New scans today and this time from from Hello (UK) – March 2017.
A new beautiful ad for Mon Guerlain – can’t wait for more!
Here is some scans from the magazine People – March 6, 2017, enjoy!
One more post from People Magazine and now also with a video from the Cambodia premiere of
First They Killed My Father.
Angelina Jolie‘s long-awaited Cambodian film premiere was a family affair.
The actress was joined by her children — Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 — at the world premiere of her passion project, First They Killed My Father in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Her sons Maddox, who was born in Cambodia, and Pax were both involved in the film’s production.
Presented at the Terrace of the Elephant in the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex, the film was screened to both Hollywood and Cambodian royalty, as the country’s King Norodom Sihamoni and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath Sihanouk were in attendance, along with a host of senior government officials. Jolie and her family posed for a photo with the royal family at the premiere.
First appearance with Angie for a long time! She attended the premiere and press conference today February 18, for her film First They Killed My Father in Siem Reap, Cambodia. She was there with her kids and they all looked so happy!
Angelina Jolie is back in the spotlight.
The actress stepped out for a press conference ahead of the Cambodia premiere of her new film First They Killed My Father on Saturday in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The film will be presented in the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex. Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni, Queen Mother Norodom Monineath Sihanouk and senior government officials are expected to attend.
This marks the 41-year-old Oscar winner’s first public appearance since she filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September 2016. She visited a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan on Sept. 9, where she urged United Nations leaders to find an end to the Syrian conflict.
During the press conference for the film, Jolie said she thinks of Cambodia “like a second home,” adding, “Maddox is happy to be back in his country.”
First They Killed My Father is based on the autobiography of the same name by Cambodian human-rights activist Loung Ung, a friend of Jolie’s. The memoir tells the true story of the devastation inflicted on Cambodia by the Khmer Rouge communist party in the 1970s.
“I read Loung’s book many years ago,” Jolie said. “It helped to open my eyes to what was going on the world.”
She added, “I wanted to tell the story to through the eyes of the child’s point of view, the love of a family, to show the beauty of the country and understand what Maddox’s parents may have gone through.”
More than two million people, out of a total population of seven million, were killed during the purge, including Ung’s father, mother and two sisters. “The heart of it is Loung’s story, it’s the story of a war through the eyes of a child, but it is also the story of a country,” Jolie said in a promotional clip for the film.
In order to create an accurate portrait of the war, Jolie insisted on using only Cambodian actors, and the language spoken throughout is their native Khmer. The actors themselves are the survivors and children of the survivors of the genocide. Jolie, Ung and the producers hoped the experience of making the film would be cathartic for those who participated.
Jolie fell in love with Cambodia after filming Tomb Raider in 2000. Not long after she was finished with production, she returned to the country as a volunteer for the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, for which she is now a special envoy. In 2002, Jolie adopted her first child, Maddox, from a Battambang orphanage.
And it was Maddox who, after years of putting it off, convinced Jolie and Ung to make the film. “He was the one who just called it and said he was ready and that he wanted to work on it, which he did. He read the script, helped with notes, and was in the production meetings,” Jolie recently told The Guardian.
Jolie’s second-oldest son, Pax, was also involved in the production. In 2015, Jolie told People, “Pax is doing a lot of the stills,” adding, “The whole movie is from a child’s point of view.”
During the presser, Jolie made it a point to emphasize that the public does not hear the stories of all of the girls and boys who are going through the same thing today as Loung Ung did in the 1970s, noting, “Her story is universal.”
“I’m deeply honored to have had the chance to work on the film,” Jolie said. “I hope it reminds everyone that there are little Loungs all around the world today.”
First They Killed My Father will be released globally via Netflix later this year.
Apparently is this story from August 30, 2016 but it was too cute not to share. Especially with all the negativity surrounding our Angelina. <3
You can watch a video at TMZ who originally posted the story!
Angelina Jolie shows up as the most ‘unexpected’ customer to buy giant teddy bear from two adorable 8-year-old twins!
Beautiful Angelina Jolie proved she is equally popular with kids and gigantic stuffed animals too. Find out how she graciously helped a pair of 8-year-old “businessmen” to sell off their 8-foot-tall teddy bear!
Tim Alexander and his twins, Allen and Brandon, were in Toluca Lake, CA, last year trying to sell 8 foot tall teddy bear for $50, but even after an hour of hard work, they and their bear were waiting for the first customer.
Here’s their lovely photo story!
The twins were on their very first business assignment: to sell their giant teddy bear.
Sadly, it seemed like no one was interested in buying their cute big teddy even after one hour of hard work!
But then suddenly, they saw a Cadillac came over with Angelina and her daughter Shiloh inside as their star buyers!
Tim said without a second thought, the super star made the deal and took the teddy. Angelina even paid double the amount, she gave $50 to each of the two brothers.
The lovely actress took the opportunity to chat with this amazing family, before the little boys and the entire gang helped load the super-cute teddy into her car!
Angelina’s small gesture reminds us all that doing good deeds is not too hard – all it needs is a willing heart!
Angelina was seen out shopping in Malibu on Saturday (January 28) with her twins Knox and Vivienne, 8. She was rocking a pair of leather pants and a nice silky top. They were spotted visiting clothing stores in the Malibu Country Mart mall. Even though things probably is rough in her life right now – she looks amazing as usual!
If you want to view two videos please go to the The Daily Mail.
One sweltering afternoon last January on a film set in the Cambodian countryside, a local man approached Angelina Jolie with a large bucket of leeches. Jolie peered into the bucket and picked out one of the writhing creatures, studying it as it found its way to one of the prominent veins on the back of her hand and locked on. As it started to gorge on her blood, she carried it over to her nine-year-old lead actor, Sareum Srey Moch, who was sitting in a canvas chair in the shade of a tree.
“This is what a real one looks like,” she said. Sareum wrinkled her nose and stared at the leech. “Does it suck your blood?” the girl asked. Jolie’s 13-year-old son, Pax, on crutches after breaking his foot in a jet-ski accident, hobbled over with his camera to take a closer look.
“Yes it sucks your blood,” Jolie answered after a slight hesitation, already resigned to the likelihood that live leeches might be a step too far for this young actor. She ordered a return to plan A, a box full of dozens of pretend leeches made out of black vinyl and double-pinned to a cardboard backing like biological specimens. The crew experimented with gluing plastic worms of different shapes to Sareum’s leg until both the child actor and Jolie agreed that it looked right. Actor and director high-fived each other and the girl walked back to the paddy field for her next scene.
Sareum plays the part of Loung Ung, who was only five when the Khmer Rouge, as Cambodia’s communist party was known, swept into the capital Phnom Penh in 1975. Over the next four years, they drove its population out into the countryside, executing all those perceived as class enemies. More than two million people were killed, out of a total population of seven million. Ung’s father and mother and two of her sisters were executed.
At nine, Ung escaped to Thailand with her older brother, and they arrived in the US as refugees soon afterwards, with the help of a church foundation. At 30, she wrote her autobiography, First They Killed My Father. On set, Loung Ung, now aged 46, watched playbacks on a screen with Jolie in a small black tent, next to a little corral where brown cattle were being kept for farm scenes. The two women have been friends for 16 years and Ung, who co-wrote the screenplay, was working as a consultant on the set.