Angelina Jolie is mega Hollywood star that has an impressive list of credits to her name. Angelina Jolie has been focusing on growing her family with her finace Brad Pitt. Angie is a UN Ambassador and travels constantly internationally.
She’s preparing for the release of “Unbroken,” and during promotions Angelina Jolie sat down with Variety magazine to discuss the man who inspire the film – Louis Zamperini.
The World War II film follows the story of Zamperini, an Olympic distance runner who managed to survive 45 days at sea in a life raft. Unfortunately, he was found by the Japanese and taken in as a prisoner of war.
The “Fargo” star told The Hollywood Reporter that while there was a story that he and the “Changeling” actress wore vials of each other’s blood around their necks, it wasn’t nearly as nutty as people made it out to be.
Bringing more captivating footage to our computer screens, Universal Studios released the second trailer for “Unbroken” on Thursday (October 16).
Directed by Angelina Jolie, this intense true story follows the life of Olympian and war hero Louis “Louie” Zamperini who survives on a raft in the ocean for 47 days before being captured by the Japanese Navy during World War II.
She’s rubbed shoulders with some of the most powerful and prestigious people in the world, and this morning (October 10) Angelina Jolie met up with Queen Elizabeth II.
The “Changeling” actress was presented with the Insignia of an Honorary Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George in a fancy ceremony held in London’s Buckingham Palace.
It’s been a banner year for Angelina Jolie with a successful career, brand new marriage and some adorable kiddos, and the “Changeling” actress credits her offspring for helping her feel close to her own deceased mother.
Jolie told Marie Claire France that her mom Marcheline Bertrand “was very soft but could move mountains for her kids.That's something I always admire in women: that mix of softness and strength. She was half Indian, and I remember that as a small girl, she took me to a dinner for Amnesty International."