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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Visit Johnny Depp

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Visit Johnny Depp

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie take their kids to visit her co-star Johnny Depp‘s house in Venice, Italy on Sunday (March 21).

Earlier in the day, Brad and Angie were seen leaving hotel Gritti Palace on The Grand Canal with Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3.

Angie is in town shooting her new movie, The Tourist, with Depp.

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  • nice

    Passing Through @ 03/22/2010 at 12:26 pm
    thanks for that even though it wasn’t meant for me. lol i have that issue but haven’t seen it since it first came out. seeing it again today made me all marshmallowy. how can anyone look at pictures of this family and wish brad were still in his empty, loveless marriage? anyone with a heart would be happy that he has so much joy and purpose in his life now. angie was willing to give him what his ex couldn’t and wouldn’t. how could he not love her?

  • Passing Through

    # 302 nice @ 03/22/2010 at 1:52 pm
    The problem is that miserable people (read “X and her cadre of hens”) want happy people to miserable, too. I’d be happy for X if I thought she’d genuinely moved on with her life and didn’t orchestrate all her ridiculousness soley to take digs are Brad and Angie. BUT…she does and therefore I will continue to rag on her constipated ass.

  • eliott

    Cannot wait to see Kick-Ass!
    P.S.- I love AJ’s hair in these photos. Poor Rachel . . . that was supposed to be her “thing” . . . great hair.

  • http://justjared FOXY BROWN

    Looks like Shi likes pirates : ) She has on her cross-bone hat, her vest, and her sword holster–to cute. I love her free and easy personality. The family looks great. I wonder when the next JP is due??? Blessings to all!!!

  • Kim

    @Whamo: Congrat Angie the highest paid actress in the world $20 million for Salt and the Tourist,the most powerful celeb – Forbes,The powerful actress- Guiness Book of World Records, liscenced pilot in 2 countries, Time Magazine Influential list 3 times,Oscar Winner, humanitarian , mother all accomplished at the age of 34. Combat negatitivity w/ positivity Peace haters

  • sham wow sucks

    Why are there black marks on Shiloh’s arm?? Is Angelina trying to tattoo her already, lol.

  • ms beth

    @Kim: Great post!
    Positivity is a great word for today. I will carry it with me, and use it often.

  • idiot

    No Brad burnt her with his blunt

  • ms beth

    @Passing Through: So, Passing through, I missed something, what is Brad’s connection to Kickass? I was in Austin to see parents over spring break and it won annual SBSW( South by Southwest )award. It was all the buzz in town, with the young folk.

  • Kim

    Kick ass was produced by Plan B, Brad’s production co.

  • Ana

    Hello to all JP Fans.
    LOVE this couple! I love how Brad and Angelina always make time for their children and time for each other even though they are working.
    Angelina is absolutely Stunning (with a capital “S”) in these pictures. Brad must be so proud of her. No mother of 6 ever looked this good and all that Angie has accomplished at such a young age, she is truly AMAZING! And it is obvious Brad thinks so and Brad’s opinion is the ONLY one that counts. He looks so happy to be at her side. And I agree completely with the previous poster who said Shiloh always looks so happy. It is clear this is a very happy, loving family.
    Credit to the JJB poster for posting the following report -
    “…..A few nights ago, they had dinner at “La Cantina”, Strada Nuova. The owners, Zorzetto Francesco and Giovanni Napolitano, told us that during the dinner, the most beautiful couple in the world were kissing the whole time. Brad also proudly showed pictures of his children to the waiters,……”
    Brad obviously is a very proud and happy family man, and loves his wife and family very much.
    Foxy, I don’t know if Angelina is pregnant as yet, but we all know Brad says he wants another one, this time born in England, so I am certain there is another bambino to come in the very near future, and as much as Angelina loves Brad, I think she will grant him whatever he wants, when he wants it. :)
    Blessings always to Brad and Angelina and their beautiful family.
    Blessings also to all the wonderful Jolie-Pitt fans.


  • Kung Fu Panda

    Okay, who let the idiot in? @ 03/22/2010 at 2:43 pm
    Time to “Kick @ S S”. These phucking Tourist(s).


    Just seen Brad on tv!. Black suit, grey shirt, no tie, black beanie. Beard. Didn’t talk tlo any reporters but spent ages posing with the fans and taking pics with them. Looks good.


    The reporter called it casual chic. Its kind of his usual Beanie look really.

  • first and last post

    Re: 240 lylian @ 03/22/2010 at 1:12 am
    Hi lylian,
    Your post hit’s a good point however, it is much more complicated than tort reform although I agree it is necessary. Article for you

    The factors causing high medical costs are varied:
    Rate of utilization overwhelms the system, inconsistent ongoing care increases mismanagement of patient’s medical problems, the cost of seeing patients for unnecessary visits and/or procedures not associated with litigation fears, cost shifting and demands of the patient are all part of the problem. The system needs checks and balances to override fraud and over-use by patients and the self interest of the docs and their ties to labs and in some cases drug companies. Except in California oftentimes a group of docs own the very labs they refer to.
    Unnecessary patient overload can be monitored by a triage system by telephone…not perfect but a start. More qualified and trained ancillary staff could triage effectively such that RN’s as in Hospice Care do most of the care while the Docs specialize in their diagnostician and treatment skills and seeing the most dire cases.

    Re: # 202 queen bee @ 03/21/2010 at 10:54 pm
    Queen bee,
    The US has a history of providing care for those in need. It’s the uneducated patient who is unaware of alternatives.
    The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) an U.S. Act of Congress passed in 1986 requires all emergency wards who receive Medicare funds to abide by this law. It requires hospitals and ambulance services to provide care to anyone needing emergency healthcare treatment regardless of citizenship, legal status or ability to pay. The caveat to this mandatory Federal law is that there are no reimbursement provisions to provide these services so the emergency ward/hospitals are left to shift costs to other patients, either insured or private pay. It’s a matter of fact that several hospitals in the extremely low income areas of Los Angeles had to close down due to over utilization due to EMTALA, subsequently leaving communities without emergency facilities to care for its residents who now have to travel miles to access care. The cost shifting result has left it’s damage. Over 50% of visits to an emergency ward are not funded. Since EMTALA’s inception, more than 560 hospitals and 1200 emergency departments closed across the US (USA Today, Time Magazine, LA Times). In California alone between 1993 and 2003, 60 hospitals closed because of over 50% of unpaid services, and another 24 California hospitals closed in 2004. The Los Angeles County Trauma Care Network has weakened with many providers leaving due to lack of financial reimbursement from EMTALA policies, subsequently emergency docs have abandoned emergency and trauma centers in high risk communities which is synonymous with violent crime, low income. (“EMTALA and the Ethical Delivery of Hospital Emergency Services Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America“, Volume 24, Issue 3, Pages 557-577 R.BITTERMAN)
    Furthermore, to complicate health care system reform, it’s known that patients who don’t receive preventive ongoing care for chronic conditions or see the same provider consistently receive erratic episodic care, often delivered at emergency centers at roughly three times the cost. Moreover
    care for chronic conditions impacts on continuity of care and consequently the costs goes up when the patient finally ends up for critical treatment. It’s obvious patients who do not understand the nature of medical care often resort to seeking out multiple doctors and specialities which increases duplicative lab work, X-rays, and other tests with additional costs to the health care of that particular individual and the system. A patient doesn‘t like what a doc tells them, they seek out another who will tell them what they want to hear…patient denial is a powerful factor in rising health care cost. If they don‘t believe the doc, they are less likely to follow up on recommended care and treatment, only to have critical care when it is absolutely needed which in turn raises the overall cost of health care for what would have perhaps been relatively less costly at the initial diagnosis. (
    To further exasperate the premise of low cost medical coverage which is followed by low reimbursement to facilities and providers, the natural consequence is a restricted list of providers who are willing to treat patients on insurance plans that are at the low end of the payment schedule aka Medicaid, Medicare, per capital plans and probably any form of designated low cost insurance. It’s economics… if a subscriber pays little into a premium, co pays and deductibles, the private insurance or government sponsored plan cannot reimburse at the usual and customary rates for those who have higher premium plans, providers will drop out as they have done in the past leaving those on low premium, low cost insurance plans with little choices, some with no choices within a reasonable geographic area other than a County facility.
    Medical insurance does not necessarily equivocate to good medical care or a breathe of options.

  • first and last post

    Re: 268 ebmo @ 03/22/2010 at 7:43 am
    Greetings ebmo,
    “Other countries with universal health care, properly managed meet the objectives stated in this article”
    and those are the magic words…”properly managed”…difficult since patients have to educate and be advocates for themselves. Too many patients expect the provider to “take care of them” and to “tell them what to do” which leads to potential fraud on the providers part and to lackadaisical follow through by the patient. Any health care system is dependent on checks and balances, provider and patient oversight, matching reimbursement, and strict adherence to what is known to work…however patients commit as much fraud as the system allows. While working at a low income HMO I’ve seen Medicaid patients call for ambulances paid for by Medicaid for a common cold symptom. The idea of an excise tax is a good one but it should also be implemented to everyone who has insurance including the indigent. In California MediCal (Medicaid elsewhere) has a $1.00 to $5.00 out of pocket co-pay in order to be seen for simple office visits. As your article stated “Health economists consider the excise tax a very strong cost-control measure, because if workers have to pay more of the cost themselves, they and their doctors are apt to think more carefully about whether a test or procedure is really needed.”
    For any system to work for such a large body of diversified populations, there has to be cooperation, education and a willingness to respect the system…is this possible for such a large nation? IMO there is no easy answer to this complicated issue because it is dependent on so many human factors for which there is always abuse and error.

  • dianad1968

    @Passing Through:


    PT earlier this year, one of the 500 Fortune companies, (can’t remember which one) decided to eliminate the employees co-payments, because they observed that people were putting off going to the doctors untill their symptons were very severe, at which time, the care was more costly to the insurance and the company. I t will be great if other companies followed suit.

    BTW, the insurance lobby is one of the most powerful in Washington.

  • ROTFLMAO!!!!

    Howard Stern and Artie Lange goof on Jennifer Aniston


    correction, think it maybe black jeans he is wearing with black jacket, judging by pic on jjb looked like suit on tv.

  • oh my

    he looks so dry on the getty images photos. he needs some lotion on his face.

  • oh my

    I get thumbs down for telling the truth? Ok whatever

  • Kung Fu Panda

    @ROTFLMAO!!!! : OMG Priceless!!!!!! And she hasn’t changed AT ALL!!! She’s still whining about the same things, pretending she didn’t call the paps to photograph her sunbathing. That was a funny clip, tks for the laugh!

  • Anon

    Interesting blog although I think Hospital CEOs are rich ;-)

  • ebmo

    dianad1968 @ 03/22/2010 at 11:40 am +4

    All I have to say is Thank God HEALTH CARE REFORM has finally been passed in this country. It’s not the best, YET, but it’s a step in the right direction. I have a friend who lost her job in 2002, just after 9/11. It was quite well paid, and although the cost of her insurance kept going up, she could afford to keep it. She now has a job that pays her at least $15,000 less that what she was previously making, she hasn’t had an increase in salary in over 3 years, and cannot afford the medical insurance offered on her job, because it is ridiculously expensive. And did I mention she has chronic asthma. She said the majority of employees on her job also do not have insurance.

    This is happening all over this country, and it disproportionally affects minorities and the poorest among us. When I saw some of the anti health care demonstrations, and the anger displayed, I know this is not the America the Founding Fathers had in mind. Everyone is entitled to adequate healthcare. It’s the decent thing to do.

    Ditto! We will have some kinks to work out,
    it is a step in the right direction.

    I remember when I paid for my health insurance and that of my kids …….and it was the “cadillac” of health insurance and because of allergies to certain meds I had to pay 400.00 per month to fill 1 prescription for a medication she needed.

  • http://SURI Carly

    omg this site sucks!!!!! the weirdos voting thumbs down allooooooot on good comments/opinions!!!!!
    guys who agree with me,lets do the same to them.(they have hella lots of time on their hands,they need to get a life!!!!!!!!)

  • Kung Fu Panda

    “Looked at his driver’s license, ‘yup, I’m still Brad Pitt.’” LOL Howard Stern just went up a notch in my eyes for calling Jennifer Aniston out.

  • ebmo

    FOXY BROWN @ 03/22/2010 at 2:19 pm +1

    Looks like Shi likes pirates : ) She has on her cross-bone hat, her vest, and her sword holster–to cute. I love her free and easy personality. The family looks great. I wonder when the next JP is due??? Blessings to all!!!

    I was going through the lost and found box at my little boy’s grade school looking for his gloves and I saw 4 hat with that same design. It must be a new style too.

  • eliott


    That was funny!
    I’m digging how just about everybody, but the most die-hard aniston apologists are on to X now. It damn well took long enough, but better late than never.

  • gracie

    Brad in London for the premiere of Kick-Ass. Looks like it’s gonna be a short visit.

  • first and last post

    Hi to all JP supporters,
    apologies for not “OT” my last two posts to lylian, Queen Bee and Ebmo. Surprise, surprise, I ran out of characters,then had problems posting.

    Re: 215 voe @ 03/21/2010 at 11:19 pm
    Hi to Voe,
    I respect your comments, enjoyed your thoughts and input and can understand the direction you are going. Although your post sadden me, I thank you for sharing your observations as depicted in your country, it was most informative. Idealism and good intentions are not always practical…balance is the key. Corruption and self interest pervade many governments including factions within the US through the guise of good intentions and equality. However here’s to you to keep up the faith and hope for the better one day at a time.

  • Anon


    Omg. that was priceless! Don’t take a drink of anything while watching. Howard, you have been redeemed!

  • http://SURI woooCarly

    To: 273 and others alike:
    you can suck my c**k di**heads!!!!!!!!!
    Go Carly!!!!!!!!

  • http://SURI LittlemissJess

    Angelina is beautiful in a way(sometimes) but she stole Jennifer’s man!!!shes bloody annoying!!! she put a chain on him by having 6 kids with him!!! Brad must still have feeling for jen,I mean they sercretly met up at a hotel a few months ago.
    ps: woman,STOP dressing your daughter like a boy!!! if it isnt HER choice,thats just effing mean!!!!!!!

  • Anon

    new thread

  • gracie

    ROTFLMAO!!!! @ 03/22/2010 at 3:12 pm +4

    Howard Stern and Artie Lange goof on Jennifer Aniston

    ROTFLMAO, that is soooooo hilarious. LMAO! I have belly ache from laughing so hard. The bi*ch is beginning to piss everyone off. The best laugh I’ve had today. Thank you so much.

  • lsam

    What a lovely family. I thought the family is just out to go to lunch since Johnny went to Japan. Thanks for the photos of the kids. I can’t see all of them.

  • ms beth

    @Kim: thank you Kim. I somehow missed that connection. Now, I get it. Brad has been bold in his choices as a producer.

  • Whamo

    Kim @ 03/22/2010 at 2:24 pm
    You forgot master manipulator. She’s also everthing I called her.

    Do think people change that radically from who they are? She just hides the fact that she’s a whack job better than she use to.

    She’s a crappy actress to boot. They give Oscars out to people who don’t deserve them all the time. Just because you sell tickets doesn’t mean your good. The spice girls sold out a lot of arenas and a whack of you think they’re as good as the Beatles? I mean look a the sales, they must have been brilliant! LOL. All you Angelina nutbars are the same. Lets see how many tickes Angie girl sells when she’s 45 . It’s the beauty that sells the tickes now not talent. Before you call me a jen hag, while I think Jen’s not bad looking she can”t act either, and can’t pick a half decent role to save her life, she simply needs better management. If Jen does something stupid I’d call her out as well. As in the shitfest her latest movie is. No, I can see right thru Angelina’s facade, too bad you and the rest of the loons on this site can’t.

  • Kung Fu Panda

    @Whamo : You see what you want to see and you will always see what you want to see. That’s YOUR interpretation of facts. And interpretations are motivated by YOUR life, YOUR experiences, YOUR emotions, YOUR belief system, YOUR whatever. It doesn’t make it true. It’s just how you like to live your life.

  • voe

    Re: Passing Through @ 03/22/2010 at 1:45 pm

    Thumb up Thumb down +1

    Read more:
    We need health care reform, but I am against being forced to buy insurance, think fining me for choosing to forgo insurance because I am in great health (I haven’t been to the doctor’s office for years), do not want to pay for others as I have to pay for my own family, and do not want the government to keep borrowing money, raising tax or printing money (all of which adversely affect the economy). I don’t like to be forced to do anything. Coerced compassion will turn into burning resentment that bring about upheaval for the country. I had lived through all that and do not wish it upon any one or my issues.
    Social programs allow irresponsible people to neglect their elders, children, citing tax paying as excuse. Hundred of thousands people wanting to come here for one purpose: to get social benefit; they did not and do not want to come to build a country. This abhors me, the American citizen.
    @ lylian,
    While I respect your knowledge and opinions, unless you have lived here for decades thus long enough, imo, to understand all the ills and good of the system in the US, please refrain from telling Americans what to do and what not to do or say for that matter.
    Of course you think Australia is great. Compare to your old country, even if it were Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan or Malaysia or any of the Southeast Asian country where large number of Chinese reside, or actually all but the West, Australia is great for first generation immigrant. Else you wouldn’t have stayed. My relatives think so too. The point is this: just you and I are different, so are countries. No two are alike thus can have issues resolved in the same way.
    There’s no need to call people name. It is not that US is becoming Russia because it isn’t, and besides, Russia today, turning capitalistic, is far from the Russia of the old communistic days.

  • voe

    You can only nastiness in people when you yourself are one. It always takes one to know one.

  • ebmo

    OT To: first and last post @ 03/22/2010 at 3:11 pm
    “For any system to work for such a large body of diversified populations, there has to be cooperation, education and a willingness to respect the system…is this possible for such a large nation? IMO there is no easy answer to this complicated issue because it is dependent on so many human factors for which there is always abuse and error.”

    Hey there!

    I agree with you regarding the possibility of abuse and error, however that happens right now all the time, and we pay through the nose for it as well as lose our right to choose.

    As I said there will be kinks to be worked out however the current system is abysmal. The costs are ludicrious and insurance companies are famous for “cherrry picking” i.e. “insuraing only those if good health and encouraging doctors not to perform tests.”

    I have abnormal cells in my hooter. Every six months I have to have a mamogram, then, because the tissue is so dense, I have to have a gamma specific imaging, As that does not give any info either, I then have to have and ultrasound which ALWAYS indicates that I need 3 invasive biopsies.

    I then get referred to an oncologist. Frankly, I told them to “lop it off” but my insurance will not allow that until procedure unless the cells show difinitive cancer.

    The oncologist told me flat out that ONE MRI would be diagnosticly difinitive. Then I have control over my body.

    However, the insurance co will pay for 6 (yes 6) worthless procedures every 6 months, as well as, including the surgeon’s fee and oncologist consults EVERY SIX MONTHS and medication rather than 1 lousy MRI a year because that is their policy and the thing is……they KNOW the other tests are not diagnostically significant until the biopsies are completed.

    I find it hard to believe that 12 procedures, a year, surgeon’s fees, oncologist’s fees and prescriptions cost less than one lousy MRI a year.

    Frankly as my sister-in-law lost her breast at the age of 35, and worried to death about the cancer metastisizing, ……I would just as soon not wait around for this to turn into cancer and to matastisize to my lymph nodes while I wait for the results of tests that are USELESS. Not to mention the time it takes and the worries of chemotherapy, radiation or simply dying.

    This is approved this way by my insurance because they are “trying to keep costs down” by forcing a patient to go through a series of inexpensive tests before they “okay” the test I need, even though they know it will lead to 12 tests a year, surgeon fees and oncologist fees as well as lab fees.

    Will health care reform fix this? Maybe, Maybe not, however, again “managed properly” however as we improve the system it has the possibility of becoming more efficient, and I can get other insurance if necessary other procedures, rather than undergoing these procedures every six months, or worrying about the abnormal cells spreading, or worrying about leaving my 11 year old with no mom.

    That is why I feel so strongly about this. Free choice. The AMA as well as insurance companies, have been fighting this for years because they will not me able to charge such ridiculously high fees and the citizen will be forced to stay with them. Best unions in the country.

    One person does have the responsibility to advocate for themselves or their loved ones, however without choice how are we supposed to do that? Without being able to afford skyrocketing costs how can we do that? Quite simply… care reform gives us access and choice!

  • soi

    THANK YOU for the Howard Stern link – that was awesome. Hilarious, one of my favorites- so true.

  • Loving It

    Pitt is making himself look TOO old! He’s not in his 60′s! nor 70′s! Is this look for a movie or something because I know the extremely sexy brad is underneath all that grey, why would he want to look old? Wth?
    But I still love them both Although I hope Pitt wakes up and shaves off the beard. -SIGH-

  • Loving It

    Pitt is making himself look TOO old! He’s not in his 60′s! nor 70′s! Is this look for a movie or something because I know the extremely sexy brad is underneath all that grey, why would he want to look old? Wth?
    But I still love them both Although I hope Pitt wakes up and shaves off the beard. -SIGH-

  • Ana

    Howard Stern and Artie Lange goof on Jennifer Aniston
    Thank you for finding this and posting this.
    Hey Whamo! since you are NOT a fan of Aniston you will get a big kick out of what Howard Stern has to say about the old Hag! “Smartest move Brad made was to leave that old SOURPUSS for Angelina!” Howard, you are my new hero! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  • Just-Me

    @ Passing Through @ 03/22/2010 at 12:26 pm

    Thanks a bunch! Those pictures are priceless.

  • She’s a GIRL!!!!!!

    ENOUGH ALREADY! Skull Cap, Usual black/gray/white, is this KNOX or SHiloh? Newspapers have began to question who is who. Shi is bigger, but thats the only difference. Angie, give this i want her to be a boy stuff up already, it’s getting crazy! She WOULD be cute, but we cant see it. but boy, she sure looks like a boy!

    Of cause only the nuts on here turn a blind eye to this. and ONLY the nuts.

  • Me

    @voe: This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard, I live in Norway and I pay 26% tax some pay more some pay less. We are all part of a government run health system and we all have to pay up to 250 dollars for medical expenses after that its covered by the government. free education as well and it is no where near being a communist country. Lots of millionairs, middle class and working class people here. Wen I lived in New York (16 years) I paid closer to 35% tax. so please stop talking bull. And By the way health care is much better over here as well.

  • Boy or Girl

    how long will angie continue to dress this girl as a boy? and forget the shiloh is doing this, like hell she is. she isn’t old enough to go to a damn store alone. she looks so much like a boy, it’s making many nuts, me included. i guess angie is enjoying this! unless this is a boy,and we were told different. i can’t imagine any parent letting this go on this long. i can see some tomboy stuff but this is 24/7 and going on 4 yrs. normal? yeah, NO!