Angelina was photographed at several locations in Paris, France together with her kids and on her own going to the Guerlain store on the Champs-Elysees avenue. Later on January 30th she went to meet with the French First Lady Brigitte Macron. It’s been said to have been a request of Angelina herself and that they met during her trip to Jordon on Sunday.
She’s also photographed with the French president Emmanuel Macron and she looked so gorgeous in her dress!
Angelina will be in the new Arabic version of Marie Claire to promote the new Guerlain perfume. Cant wait to read this interview and hopefully get to see more new photos! Here is a behind the scene photo that was posted on Instagram 🙂
Beowulf was a movie that Angelina filmed in 2005 and it was released in 2007. The technique behind the movie, motion capture process was kind of new at that time and later has got used a lot in movies.
Angelina doesn’t have a huge part in the movie and wasn’t featured, as in interview or behind the scenes footage, in the extra material and some of the video clips is just audio clips. Angie also had a body double for the characters nude scenes which a lot of people doesn’t think about.
Videos are in the video archive and the captures in the gallery and you can read more about the movie here.
Here is a video that shows behind the scene footage from when Angelina filmed the first Guerlain commercial. Angelina is in Paris, France at the moment and apparently she’s filming a second commercial for the brand and we will keep you posted!
While in Jordan Angelina met with Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi and we’ve added an article about it below and you can also view some news segment covering it here and photos in the gallery.
Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi on Sunday met with UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie to shed light on refugee issues, and urged the international community to continue providing necessary support to meet their needs.
The minister acquainted Jolie with the Kingdom’s efforts in presenting humanitarian and development needs to Syrian refugees, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
He highlighted the importance for the international community to continue assisting Jordan in bearing the repercussions of Syrian refugee influx, and offering education, health services and decent living conditions to 1.3 million Syrians in the Kingdom.
Cooperation in providing services is essential to the security of the region and the world, he said, noting that depriving refugees, especially children, of hope and education will pave way for despair and ignorance that will create a breeding ground for extremism.
Hosting refugees and meeting their basic needs will contribute to empowering them to take part in the reconstruction of their country when they are back, Safadi stressed.
For her part, Jolie commended the Kingdom’s humanitarian stance and efforts in helping refugees despite all economic challenges.
She called on the international community to continue bearing its responsibilities towards the Kingdom and providing the necessary support to help Jordan provide refugees’ needs.
Safadi and Jolie agreed to continue cooperation between the Kingdom and the commission, which provides basic services to hundreds of thousands of refugees.