Here is the second clip from another rare special appearance which Angelina has done. This is from the George Clooney directed HBO series Unscripted, also filmed during Mr. & Mrs. Smith and actually on the set. Angie is uncredited and it’s Brad Pitt who has the cameo, and Angie just shows up along other crew members – probably as a favour to their friend George. Read more information here and view the video in the video archive!
We now have video clips and screencaptures from ALL of available projects Angelina appeared in. Feels fantastic!
First event in 2019 and this was the Netflix screening and reception for their movie Roma which Angelina hosted. Read more about the critically acclaimed film, directed by Alfonso Cuarón at iMDB and view photos inn the gallery! Roma has been available for live streeming on Netflix since November 21, 2018.
Angelina Jolie was originally cast in the role of Ryan Stone in Gravity (2013) which Alfonso Cuarón directed. But Angelina dropped out later and Sandra Bullock was cast instead.
This update contains a bit of a rarity and will begin the updates of 2019! In 2005 while filming Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Angelina did a cameo in the mockumentary Confessions of an Action Star. Her part is very small and is in 3 short parts and we made a compilation with them. This movie was first under the name Sledge: The Untold Story and you can read more about the project here and view clips in the video archive.
This update it’s time for magazines scans and photoshoots from 2010 and this year Angelina was promoting the big release of Salt with her playing the Russian spy Evelyn Salt whom all of us fans loved. This means we got several wonderful new photoshoots taken by famous and talented photographers! View all interviews through the press library and all magazines and shoots in the gallery!
We have sorted and gone through our collection of magazines and photoshoots from 2011 and this year Angelina was promoting both In the Land of Blood and Honey and Kung Fu Panda 2 so this year had a lot of gorgeous shoots! You can view all interviews through the press library as well if you prefer that.