A new beautiful cover featuring Angelina Jolie on Harper’s Bazaars 150th Anniversary Issue – Collectors Edition.
We really can’t wait to see more of the photos taken when she last visited Namibia with her kids this year and to read the new interview!
She visited the wildlife sanctuary that she has with her daughter Shiloh and her friends at the ‘N/a’an ku sê Foundation‘.
Angelina has been supporting them for many years and has visited them several times over the years
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Angelina as spoken out about being harassed by Weinstein when she was working on Playing by Heart. I’m very happy that more women dares to speak out about this and I really hope it will make a difference!
“I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did,” Ms. Jolie said in an email. “This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable.”
The whole interview with quotes from several actresses:
When Gwyneth Paltrow was 22 years old, she got a role that would take her from actress to star: The film producer Harvey Weinstein hired her for the lead in the Jane Austen adaptation “Emma.” Before shooting began, he summoned her to his suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for a work meeting that began uneventfully.
It ended with Mr. Weinstein placing his hands on her and suggesting they head to the bedroom for massages, she said.
“I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified,” she said in an interview, publicly disclosing that she was sexually harassed by the man who ignited her career and later helped her win an Academy Award.
She refused his advances, she said, and confided in Brad Pitt, her boyfriend at the time. Mr. Pitt confronted Mr. Weinstein, and soon after, the producer warned her not to tell anyone else about his come-on. “I thought he was going to fire me,” she said.
Last night Angelina went to the Jane Premiere in Los Angeles, CA and is pictured with her friend and activist Jane Goodall. It makes me so happy that Jane gets some recognizing for her amazing and hard work. She’s been a hero of mine since childhood and it makes me even happier that Angelina shares this admiration!
The documentary made by National Geographic, which I cant wait to see, will be out in limited release on October 20.
“I am so happy to be here to support my friend, and the cause that she has given her whole adult life to — helping us understand nature and our place in it. And now calling on us all to really grasp that we don’t have unlimited time to save wildlife and the environment. When someone with all Jane’s wealth of experience and knowledge and wisdom tells us that, we really have to take notice.”
“My children look up to Jane not only as someone who has lived an amazing, brave, adventurous life but as an example of a person fighting for all she believes in. She is a reminder that the greatest voices are not always those who always shout the loudest, but those who are committed and consistent and dedicated over so many years.”
As you might have noticed, if you are a regular visitor, that we have focused very much on finishing and working on the movie category in the gallery and also in the video archive.
We now have photos from all her movies and the ones she has directed. But we still have loads of captures and videos left to add. We aim to have captures and video clips from all her films and that’s what we work hard for!
Today we added photos and videos from her movies In the Land of Blood and Honey and Unbroken, which was released in 2011 and 2014. Read more about the films here and view videos here.
New interview with Angelina and Loung Ung from yesterday about First They Killed My Father and perhaps about working together again.
Director Talks About Her Oscar-Nominated Film About Cambodia
Never mind the nattering scuttlebutting and the tabloid “fake news” cycles concerning Angelina Jolie at the moment. What matters now in the famed actress/director/producer’s life is the fact that she has just expanded her impressive filmography as a director, following In the Land of Blood and Honey, Unbroken, and By the Sea, by one, with the engrossing and important new Netflix film First They Killed My Father. What she has wrought is one of the most affecting and, by nature, harrowing — yet also beautiful — cinematic accounts of the Khmer Rouge’s reign of genocidal terror during the 1970s, during which an estimated quarter of the nation’s population of seven million was killed.
Read full interview here.