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Angelina Jolie & Johnny Depp Cover Entertainment Weekly

Angelina Jolie & Johnny Depp Cover Entertainment Weekly

Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s Holiday Movie Preview issue for their new romantic thriller The Tourist.

According to the magazine, Angelina, 35, and Johnny, 47, met for the first time last November on the set of The Tourist.

“We’re both not that social,” Angie shared with EW. “I don’t think either one of us goes out of our house, especially in France. We’re both locked away.”

“So much has been written about Angie and Brad,” Johnny added. “They’re sort of the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton of our era. I knew she was a big star, but I didn’t know what to expect…”

The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly hits newsstands tomorrow!

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  • dianad1968

    @XIII:

    #147

    XIII, I try not to get into the drama with the megas. I lurk there a lot because they do get the best pics and news, and they get them before Jared. What I do know is that Sharon C is a nut job, and is an ignorant, prejudiced fool, who NEVER has anything good to say about Angie. I would not be surprised if she wears a white sheet. The other poster I am not very familiar with her postings, so I can’t form an opinion. The like Nenufar who used to post at JJ years ago as Andromeda.

  • lylian

    @say what?:
    .
    thanks to JJB..

    Florian really wanted to work with her, too. Are you kidding? “Literally,” he tells me in a phone call, “she gets every single script that has a female role aged between eighteen and 40—every script. And she just follows her feeling, holds her own counsel. She’s probably the only global megastar that doesn’t even have an agent—she doesn’t even have a publicist.” Mmm. And that thing of gazing and gazing? “You never lose it,” he says swiftly. “I can tell from the way that Brad looks at her that he never loses it.”
    .
    >>>>>>>>>>>
    .
    Thanks to all parties for bringing this quote to the JP fan threads.
    .
    Florian is NOT the only one to notice how Brad gazes and gazes at Angelina. It’s pretty evident from the photographs and videos of Brad on the set in the Bosnian Serb movie that he can’t stop taking photos of his love. I wonder if he is even aware that he is. It’s as if he looks at her and thinks:
    .
    “Whoarrrr there, that’s a good angle, and here’s another and another and another …”
    .
    because, Angelina, just doesn’t have a bad angle.
    .
    The interviewer from vogue wrote that this sort of beauty is a type of power. He/she is RIGHT. We all respond to it.
    .
    But DARE I SAY, the LOSIEs respond to Angelina’s beauty MOST OF ALL. That’s why they keep thinking Angelina stole Brad – because her beauty is POWER, a power they are helpless to resist.
    .

  • dianad1968

    @Untitled vs. United:

    #149

    I was reading Lamey’s take today on the Vogue interview, and of course she had her snark and conspiracies going. To understand how badly they want to find something…anything that Angie says to dissect, Lamey has come to the conclusion that Angie is “insecure”, and this is “revelation” is based on Angie’s comments that she knows anything she says will be debated, but luckily she doesn’t read any of it. As per Lamey, Angie is contradicting herself, because how would she know what they are saying if she doesn’t read about it. I suppose she is conveniently forgetting that Brad has said that although they don’t read the lies and slander writen about them, they have friends who tell them who has been especially “trashy” about them. I can now see why Lamey does not encourage comments on her blog…she is a d*mn coward, because she knows people would call her out on her daily c*ap.

    What I found funny today on her blog, she did not comment at all about “her Gwyneth’s” wardrobe at the CMAs, and the ugly blue “pageant” dress she wore that looked like a shark had bitten out piece of her waist. But what was glaring was that the shoes that GP wore last night, Angie wore that same style to Cannes last year, and none other
    than Lamey said she didn’t like Angie’s shoes. However, not a peep today about GP’s shoes. She also criticized Angie’s red dress she wore to the SALT premiere in Russia calling it a “prom” dress, yet nothing about GP’s godawful dress.

  • dianad1968

    ^^^Please excuse all spelling and grammatical errors in my previous posts, I am sleepy as h e l l . LOL.

    Off to bed.

  • lylian

    @busted:
    .
    >>>>>>>>>
    .
    I’d long figured that song with Jolene substituted with Angie’s name is the ANTHEM for lonely emblems of bitterness.
    .
    YAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!

  • Untitled vs. United

    I took lamey out of my book marks a couple of years ago. You are correct about her hypocrisy, and she CLEARLY is very jealous of Angie. The stuff you said about her saying Angie is insecure is her projecting her own issues onto Angie. Somebody once said you can e-mail her (contact link?) & you should bc you make EXCELLENT points- the shoes & prom dress thing alone could maybe help her to see the light- or least be a little more aware of her terrible bias which makes her look very bad and loses her readers. And yes, I remember Brad saying that people tell them about the people that treat them unkindly- it’s a very simple yet cogent answer…as someone said upthread (or on the other thread?) the JPs always give hints/tell answers if you LISTEN.

  • say what?

    @dianad1968:

    Don’t even bother going to Lainey, seriously you will wonder why you ever did. She’s a flake trying to act like Angelina knows she exists. Angie has no clue who the hell that narcissistic, coat-tailer Lainey is…just another
    user wanting to make money off her and her family.
    Angelina has the right idea, best to never even look at the nonsense. You cannot control what idiots write to make themselves a fast buck but we can
    control from giving them clicks and cutting down on their bucks. BOYCOTT these LOSERS such as LAINEY.

  • agree

    So what? is absolutely correct- don’t give your precious clicks to hate site like lamey or any of those sites that insist on printing tab lies about the JPs. Without clicks/attention these sites will die and the world will be better for it.

  • briseis

    I also took Lainey out of my bookmarks for about two years now, when I couldn’t stomach her gushing over that snotty Gwyneth (whom I used to like, until she became unbearably uppity). Lainey got so hypocritical about her Angie comments, always with her conspiracy theories. It’s always just the JP’s who are “conspiring”, never FFT or Paltrow. At least that beeyatch won’t get money out of my clicks.

  • Re JJB Mega10

    Another tattoo-gate started by youbetterlikeme. They said that Brad must no longer have his Angie birthday tattoo when that pic surfaced of him carrying Zee, and we could see a bit of his stomach. Of course he has just added to it.
    Now that we can’t see Angie’s inner thigh one in the Vogue pics she has said the very same thing.

  • angierocks

    test

  • http://deleted angierocks

    I loved angie since Gia,saw all her films after.Brad and her are just meant to be.I admire their devotion to their kids.She is amazing humanitarian.I wish them all the best!Can’t wait for this movie to come out….

  • http://justjared Fascinated by Angie

    @dianad1968:

    Who is this Lamey?I have never visited her blog,i only read about her here.I for one sure wont be giving her any clicks.She can develop as many conspiracy theories as she wants but in all we know who is living a more fulfilled and happy life.Angie knows she isnot a friend of the tabloids so why even bother to know what they are saying?These people are really funny.Since when did it become a crime for Angie to mature into the woman she is today.When did it become a crime to discover her purpose in life and pursue it.When did it become a crime to contribute in her own little way to help the disadvantaged and the voiceless.Like Marianne Pearl said,’“Celebrities are doing the work that journalists are not. We can’t afford to be cynical about that….Can you really strike out against Angie and Bono?…Sure, there’s an opinion backlash. People think they are doing it for some sort of ego trip. But the people who are expressing that opinion? What are they doing?” (Marianne Pearl).The real insecure ones are the people who write all the crap like Lamey.I feel sorry for all the haters coz good things willnot cease to happen to these family.What a man sows is what he reaps.They are sowing good seeds so they are bound to reap good things.
    I must say the Vogue interview is one of Angie’s best in a longtime.The interviewer was excellent,no craploid rubbish.I hated the VF interview.The interview gave a very wrong perception of her which was contrary to what those who have worked with her have said over the years till date.
    I will not stop saying this’i love the Jolie-Pitt family and may God bless them’.Peace

  • http://deleted angierocks

    @Fascinated by Angie:
    She’s an asian gossip blogger from canada.For some reason she does’nt like angie..

  • busted

    regarding the rags.. I can’t imagine any of the fans buying them. I don’t even do People Mag any more. Check out their Covergirl for this week. YEAH they are a Rag magazine just like the others. I for one only buy the legit interviews.. So yes I will purchase Vogue. Haven’t bought one since 2007. YES.. Angie’s last interview.

    I saw Lainey’s site the other day and expected nothing less. She has a soft spot for Brad but she finds some way to snark on Angie. The last time I read her she was lying about SALT saying the film was tracking bad. She never corrected that lie. Thing was Salt was tracking pretty close to Inception. She never acknowledged the success of the film.

    Note she never says a word about the BOMBS her Gwenny has or the fact that she needs this film to be a hit. She has not had one based on her name. Gwenny is in the same boat as Aniston. and I note she never mentions the fact that Gwenny and Chris are MIA nor that Gwenny leaves her kids for weeks.. who is taking care of them. NOT Dad for sure.. but Angie and Brad have both said they don’t read them. I believe that. But what Lainey does not realize from her dumb statement is when they are interviewed the Reporters interviewing them tell them about the rumors or ask about them. Remember that Marilyn Monroe rumor. A reporter asked her about it on the LA Premier RC.. So they hear without reading. But little Miss Logic has no Brain or Logic.

    so this is the way it is. But the funny thing is She nor the other negative bloggers make a difference in Angie’s life. Angie proved she is a true STAR… do you think Angie would have to promote like Gwenny has been doing. Gwenny is an Oscar winner yet she is doing a B/C list star promotion for this film. Going on GLEE.. and hitting the CMA (an event she has NEVER been to) she needs a hit, and she is pimping herself any and everywhere. YET Lamey overlooks that little fact. Gwenny even sat down for an interview with Chealsea Handler.. (WTF) like this is a woman she would usually be seen with. NOT a fan of Gwenny and I will admit.. I hope this movie does poorly.. It will be fun to see Lamey spin..spin..spin..

    I laugh because Angie is a STAR in and of her own. but don’t expect any positive from Lainey without the snark..but ONLY towards the JPs..

    She does this to appease the Haters that read her. She always gives them something.

  • Bridie

    I LOVE Johnny, so don’t get me wrong, but his look in “The Tourist” is not his best. Don’t like the hairdo and the beard. Angie looks good though. But somehow I don’t like them together…it’s a mismatch, they’re so different.

  • lilly

    Re JJB Mega10, yep you’re right, youbetterlikeme it’s a fake, always starting something and then acts all innocent. She thinks she is funny and clever but big fail.
    Did you read the one she said, that Angelina hugs tight everyone not just Brad?

  • karmaback

    @lilly:

    I lurk on the megas for pics.. but yeah.. the fans there try too hard to act all PC and they let any crap go. That is not being a fan. Sorry. When they say stupid stuff like that freak Sharon.. and then the others just smile and turn the other cheek. NO they don’t need to censor but seriously do these people not know that Sharon is a racist. A person blind, deaf and dumb could figure that one out. And do you really think Brad/Angie want or need fans that only see 3 of their children as worthy and the others not worth mentioning because they are not white.

    That is disgusting. and regardless of letting everyone speak their minds, when you associate with a racist you are no better then they are.. As they say YOU ARE THE COMPANY YOU KEEP. Some of the fans there may want to take stock.

    And yes that Youbetterknowme or AKA (Anoosha) is a fake. she likes to post crap about Angie then cover like it was just a passing thought. Really on a Fansite.

    another undercover Sharon..and I would not be surprised is either of them were posting here as a hater. They have to get that out somewhere. and they cant’ come full out on the megas..

    Mega 10 real fans need to stop all the PC crap. These people are racist and that to me makes all the ones on that site that sit back and say nothing.. Racist too..

    OH this is JMO. (they should like that. it makes everything OK now.)

  • Susan

    @XIII: Maybe they’re, I feel sorry for Nenufur having to put up with the crap they spew, because she seems to be a nice person. Don’t get me started on Miss Venezuela or Miss Entitlement.

  • bdj

    http://www.shewired.com/Article.cfm?ID=26119

    It’s been a while since something has really struck me as a shot of the day but that perennial beauty Angelina Jolie always manages to lure me back in just when I think I’m done with my crush that kicked in circa 1998. Here’s the mom of six / seven? – I lost count – looking as lovely, happy and placid as duchess sipping afternoon tea in an English Garden for December’s Vogue.

    Here’s Angie modeling a custom corset by Colleen Atwood and a Club Monaco cashmere cardigan. Who new corsets and sweaters were in?

  • bdj

    http://scoremagacine.blogspot.com/2010/11/james-newton-howard-tourist.html

    JAMES NEWTON HOWARD – the tourist
    THE TOURIST

    Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Music Composed by

    James Newton Howard

    (Duplicity, Peter Pan, I Am Legend)

    Johnny Depp stars as an American tourist whose playful dalliance with a stranger leads to a web of intrigue, romance and danger in The Tourist. During an impromptu trip to Europe to mend a broken heart, Frank (Depp) unexpectedly finds himself in a flirtatious encounter with Elise (Angelina Jolie), an extraordinary woman who deliberately crosses his path.

    Against the breathtaking backdrop of Paris and Venice, their whirlwind romance quickly evolves as they find themselves unwittingly thrust into a deadly game of cat and mouse.


    James Newton Howard provides a worldly, romantic and exotic score.

    Sony Pictures opens THE TOURIST on over 3500 screens on December 10.

  • bdj

    http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118027413?refCatId=13

    Inferno Entertainment is going to sea with “Ocean Warrior,” a bigscreen biopic about eco-pirate and “Whale Wars” star Capt. Paul Watson.
    Action-thriller will follow Watson’s early days at Greenpeace and his creation of the controversial Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, which wages dangerous ocean battles against illegal whaling vessels.


    Inferno, led by Johnson and Jim Seibel, has a busy slate. Last week, the production, finance and sales company announced at AFM tha it’s financing “Cogan’s Trade.” Project reteams Andrew Dominik and Brad Pitt; it was sold to much of the world during AFM based on a pitch by Dominik. CAA is repping domestic rights on “Cogan’s Trade.”

  • bdj

    http://www.boston.com/ae/theater_arts/articles/2010/11/12/playwright_bill_doncaster_has_adapted_the_friends_of_eddie_coyle_for_the_stage_and_it_gets_a_first_reading_saturday_at_the_burren/?page=2

    The “Coyle’’ movie was rereleased on DVD last year, and LaFarge says Hollywood director Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’’) has optioned Higgins’s 1974 novel, “Cogan’s Trade.’’ Both Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck have been mentioned in recent news reports about possible casting. Is there a Higgins resurgence underway?

    “There’s been a real lull, since he died in ’99, of interest in his books,’’ said LaFarge. “One source of excitement for me is this will bring more readers to ‘The Friends of Eddie Coyle,’ which has had a nice run since the paperback reissue.’

  • bdj

    http://www.buffalonews.com/entertainment/gusto/entertainment-features/article249573.ece

    Summer may be the busiest time in Hollywood, but this season is the most prestigious.

    Sure, we’ll get our fair share of actioners and romantic comedies in the next couple of months.

    But through Christmas we also will see films with Oscar pedigrees. October already brought us critical darlings “The Social Network” and “Conviction.” That was just a taste. After the frivolity of the hot months, it’s time for a little more class. Here’s a look at the big titles still to come this holiday season.

    “The Tourist”: A mild-mannered tourist in Italy (Johnny Depp) falls for an intriguing and dangerous woman (Angelina Jolie) in this dramatic thriller. Depp and Jolie offer plenty of box office potency; directing and co-writing is Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, whose German film “The Lives of Others” took home an Oscar for foreign language film. Contributing to the screenplay are Christopher McQuarrie (“The Usual Suspects”) and Julien Fellowes (“Gosford Park,” “Young Victoria”).

  • bdj

    http://www.moviesonline.ca/2010/11/megamind-movie-review/
    Have a great day. Check out Megamind

    Constant creation and change is the premise of DreamWorks’s new animated feature, a fine comedy of errors written with inventive wit by Alan Schoolcraft and Brent Simons, featuring the distinct voices of Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt, and kept on an even keel and at a perfect pitch by director Tom McGrath.

  • Susan

    @<a href=”/2010/11/11/angelina-jolie-johnny-depp-cover-entertainment-weekl@lilly: y/comment-page-7/#comment-17274259″>busted< She always starts out nice, then slip the snide remarks in. If she is twenty-two, I’m ten. I’ve a feeling she thinks she is smarter than the other poster, and is laughing at them and they don’t realize it.

  • an oldie

    NEW THREAD with same old mistake about UNITED love story. LOL.

  • Dasha

    They’re both stunning, i love them

  • say what?

    Make no mistake, I love Johnny Depp…adore him and this is nothing against him. But, remember all that gossip at the beginning of the filming of “The Tourist” and how Depp wasn’t sure he made the right choice in signing on, blah..blah..blah, plus Vanessa’s beef with Angie, all that gossip designed to hurt Angie? Perhaps, it was the media that was playing there usual tricks after all.

    Well…

    When Angelina Met Johnny

    By Chris Nashawaty

    Sometimes Hollywood seems like the smallest place on earth. If you’ve ever seen celebrities backslapping on the red carpet or even sat through a season of Entourage, you might conclude that everyone in the movie business knows everyone else. Take Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. Between them, they’ve made 70 films. They own homes within an hour of each other in the south of France. And they both live with actors, which you’d think would expand their A-list circles further. But it wasn’t until last November that the costars of The Tourist actually met. “We’re both not that social,” says Jolie. “I don’t think either one of us goes out of our house, especially in France. We’re both locked away.” Adds Depp: “So much has been written about Angie and Brad. They’re sort of the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton of our era. I knew she was a big star, but I didn’t know what to expect…”

    We take for granted that if two movie stars are big enough–and beautiful enough–they will have instant chemistry on screen. And when the PG-13 romantic thriller hits theaters on Dec. 10, the world will find out whether Depp and Jolie–arguably the biggest male and female stars on the planet–will have that indefinable spark. Until then, though, there’s a story worth sharing. The story of how Angie met Johnny.

    As with most $100 million-plus Hollywood productions, The Tourist took a byzantine path to theaters. It began in 2005 with a French film called Anthony Zimmer–a Hitchcockian import starring Sophie Marceau and Yvan Attal that barely made a ripple on this side of the Atlantic. Still, the pretzel-like wrong-man thriller about a money launderer on the run from detectives and Russian mobsters in sun-kissed Nice was fresh and clever enough for studios to think remake. Zimmer had twists, turns, and double and triple crosses, not to mention juicy parts for two major stars. In no time, Tom Cruise was said to be attached. Then Charlize Theron.

    Over time, a who’s who of six-figure screenwriters tried to blockbusterize the story, which was now being set in Venice: Jeffrey Nachmanoff (The Day After Tomorrow), William Wheeler (The Hoax), Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park), and Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects) turned in one promising draft after another. But every time it looked as though The Tourist was headed for a green light, that light quickly turned red. Cruise backed out and went off to make other films. Then Sam Worthington was in. Until he wasn’t.

    Just as The Tourist seemed headed for the turnaround graveyard, Jolie was in New York wrapping the stunt-heavy Salt. She remembers being black-and-blue and exhausted. “I wanted to do something that would be a great vacation for my kids,” she says. “I got a phone call saying, ‘Okay, the film’s shooting in Venice,’ and I said, ‘I don’t know what it is, but I’m going to say yes.’”

    Jolie’s only half-kidding. The actress, 35, admits she’s always had a sweet tooth for action thrillers and was intrigued by the story about two good-looking strangers in trouble in a picturesque European locale. But she also knew the script needed work–a lot of work. It also needed a director, a producer, and a leading man. Still, her mind kept drifting back to a working vacation on the canals of Venice. There are worse places to spend a few months, she thought.

    YOU WOULD NEVER think it thumbing through the tabloids at the supermarket checkout line, where Jolie and Brad Pitt’s globe-trotting exploits are chronicled the way NORAD tracks heat-seeking missiles, but the actress insists that when she and Pitt are not working, they tend to be parked in front of the TV for movie nights, with a heaping bowl of popcorn.

    One evening back in 2006, the couple put on a yet-to-be-released German film called The Lives of Others–the feature debut of a 32-year-old director from Munich named Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck. The film, which tells the tense, claustrophobic story of an East German spy, would go on to win the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. But before its long march to the Kodak Theatre, Jolie and Pitt sat in front of the TV, entranced. “Brad and I watched it together and we loved it,” recalls Jolie. “The character work, all the small details, you really had to lean in and watch. It was handled with such precision and delicacy, and very few films are today.”

    cont.

  • say what?

    Pitt sent a gushing letter to the director and fired up a long-distance friendship. He wasn’t the only admirer. Seemingly overnight, Henckel von Donnersmarck was meeting with smitten studio execs in L.A. “It was overwhelming,” says the director. “If you make a film for $2 million that makes $80 million worldwide, those are numbers that Hollywood responds to. No one wanted to distribute The Lives of Others. And going from that to being offered all these Hollywood scripts, you’re like a lobster being cooked alive. I remember thinking, ‘Do I just jump at an opportunity because it’s there?’”

    Henckel von Donnersmarck, whose name is actually short for the even-more-unwieldy-and-Teutonic Florian Maria Georg Christian Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, wasn’t sure he was ready to become the next Roland Emmerich–the big-budget German auteur of Tinseltown schlock like 10,000 BC. He says he passed on “dozens” of offers, opting instead to hammer out a script of his own despite the concern that he was making a colossal mistake. Then, just as he finished his screenplay, he got a call from Jolie. Would he meet her in Los Angeles?

    Pitt arrived with Jolie to make the introductions, then left his better half to talk business. Jolie pitched the director on The Tourist–how she saw it as a suave cat-and-mouse thriller, like a modern-day To Catch a Thief or Charade; how she was convinced it could still feel smart and European despite its rich price tag; and how it also needed a lot of overhauling. “She was still a little undecided about it and she said, ‘Look, what do you think? If you wanted to do it, I’d be interested,’” recalls the director. “I found myself apologizing that it wasn’t The Lives of Others,” adds Jolie. “It doesn’t have that importance or depth. And he talked about how something that’s a pleasure to watch can be just as important.” Henckel von Donnersmarck left the meeting knowing he would not only direct the film but rewrite it, too.

    Jolie and Henckel von Donnersmarck then brought The Tourist to Graham King, an English-born L.A. transplant with a gruff London accent and a fast-rising reputation as a rainmaking producer of ambitious, star-driven films like The Departed and The Aviator. As luck would have it, King mentioned to them he had a dinner date with Johnny Depp the following week. And just like that, three lightbulbs simultaneously went on.

    At dinner King turned to Depp and said, “Before you do Pirates 4, are you interested in going to work?” Depp was intrigued. King sent the actor the script–or at least the cobbled-together mishmash of all the previous scripts. Depp called back a week later. He was in. The only problem was The Tourist would have to be rewritten, shot, and wrapped in the next five months so Depp could jet off to Hawaii and slather on Captain Jack’s mascara. If they’d stopped and thought about it, King says they probably would’ve talked themselves out of making the movie. But he also knew that sometimes it’s best not to think.

    “When I read the script, I thought, ‘Hmmm, there’s quite a bit missing here,’” says Depp, 47. “We need to dissect this f—er and see what we can throw in there.” Depp liked the idea of inhabiting an Everyman character like the Midwestern math teacher he plays in the film–a regular Joe who goes to Europe for an adventure and finds one on a train after meeting a stunning mystery woman who’s being tailed by the police and a gang of Russian goons. After all, Depp had seen Anthony Zimmer years earlier and loved it. Plus, there was another reason for doing the film: the chance to finally meet an actress he’d long admired.

  • Re JJB Mega10

    ———————————New Angie Thread————————————–

  • to lainey

    lainey -

    Per your post, your logic that Angie knew what the tabloids wrote about her and therefore she must have read it is WRONG.

    Knowing what’s happening does NOT translate to reading about it.

    Has it ever occurred to you that her manager or her friends could BRIEFLY mention what the tabloids wrote about her in casual conversations?

  • chocochips

    Beautiful people. Love her face.
    Will sure see their movie.

  • Shiloh, a little angel

    I have just finished reading the Vogue interview online, in which Angie describes Shiloh as hysterical.

    I think Angie should remember that her father said on the TV that he was concerned about Angie’s mental condition, and that statement really had hurt Angie in the early days.

    Shiloh is a precocious and kind kid. I wish Angie was more careful about saying things in the public about Shiloh.

    All those interviews are in print out there forever. When Shiloh grows older, she will be aware how people judge her, and affect her development.

    God bless this little angel.

  • bdj

    A dictionary is your friend troll.

  • new one

    @Shiloh, a little angel: hysterical also means extremely funny, learn English!

  • MARIA FROM TEXAS

    # 184—Shiloh , a little angel–

    184–Shiloh, a little angel—–STOP IT WITH THE CROCODILE TEARS. THE BEAUTIFUL MRS. PITT DOES NOT NEED DEFENDING , SPECIALLY BY
    CREEPS WITH ULTERIOR MOTIVES LIKE YOU. HAVE
    YOU EVER HEARD THE PHRASE , THAT PERSON IS HYSTERCALLY-FUNNY-REFFERING TO FUNNY PEOPLE LIKE—– LENO, LETTERMAN, RICKLES, LOPEZ, FOX, ETC, ETC. ANGIE HAS ALREADY SAID THAT GORGEOUS SHILOH IS VEY VERY FUNNY. HYSTERICALLY FUNNY CAPRICE.

    PS. IN YOU CASE —184—WHEN PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT HYSTERICALLY STUP*D PEOPLE, THEY
    ARE REFFERING TO STUPID PEOPLE LIKE YOUR STUP*D IDOL–THE FATTENED TICK AND HER FOLLOWERS.. SPECIALLY YOU. —-STUPID IS AS STUIPID DOES. YOU ARE HYSTERICALLY STUPID.–CAPRICE.

  • Marieme

    # 121 Brad quotes about Angie @ 11/11/2010 at 9:09

    Yes, thank you too!

    I can’t imagine how deeply it touches her heart to see/hear such a beautiful man speak so lovingly about her. What could be better? So happy they found each other! Imagine how small his life would have been stuck at home with fugs? Or flying to Mexico every other weekend? Haha! Ange truly opened a huge, wide door into the world for him. And vice versa. Yay!

  • Kriss

    This movie is going to be a major flop

  • MARIA FROM TEXAS

    # 121—Brad’s quotes about Angie—-THANK-YOU SO MUCH. IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL, THE WAY BRAD FEELS ABOUT ANGIE IS INDESCRIBABLE THEIR LOVE STORY IS FOR THE AGES. HIS LOVE FOR ANGIE IS BEING DOCUMENTED JUST AS WE SPEAK. I HAVE NEVER HEARD ANY ACTORS SAY SO MANY LOVING THINGS ABOUT THEIR WIVES .

    PS—— I SEMI DISAGREE WITH JOHNNY’S COMPARISON OF ANGIE AND BRAD TO LIZ AND RICHARD. LIZ HAD 2 KIDS WITH WILDING AND 1 WITH TODD AND ONE ADOPTED WITH RICHARD. RICHARD HAD 2 DAUGHTERS WITH HIS FIRST WIFE.
    SO ALL TOGETHER LIZ HAD 6 KIDS WITH 3 DIFFERENT MEN.——-
    ANGIE HAS HAD 6 KIDS, WITH ONLY ONE MAN—THE ONE AND ONLY WILLIAM BRADLEY PITT. NOW, BRAD HAS 6 KIDS WITH ONLY ONE WOMAN –THE ONE AND ONLY ANGELINA JOLIE -PITT. HIS ONE AND ONLY GREAT LOVE=HIS WORDS.

    MAYBE, WHAT JOHNNY MEANT., WAS THAT BOTH COUPLES WERE SO FAMOUS IN THEIR OWN ERAS, .THEY ARE THE BEFORE AND AFTER. THE THEN AND NOW. ANGIE AND BRAD DO NOT HAVE ANY KIDS TIES TO ANYBODY. THANK YOU G*D. FOR LOOKING AFTER BRAD DURING HIS DIFFICULT -PRISON TIME.

  • brenda

    This site make laugh…we all know that everybody here( just jared )are AJ’s fan but…don’t give all the credit to her,in the cover is JOHNNY DEPP TOO,AND HE IS HOT AND GORGEOUS AS BRAD AND HER ,I think johnny is even hotter ,more beautiful and bigger star than them together!That is what I think.And I wish to this movie A BIG SUCCESS!!!God bless you johnny.

  • NAN

    He he he,GA GA brenda come back !
    NO B Æ R K I N G NO €€€£££$$$ HUH ???

  • Marc 25

    Depp is very overrated, is a horrible actor

  • brenda

    @NAN..who are you?..busted or another one behind a fake name?..ha.ha,so obvious! And @Marc25??? other..fake name,well..if you don’t know Johnny is hot, best actor and talented too..face it!

  • NAN

    He he he,brenda loves Johnny ,but hate Angie for his bossy huh?
    Here your natural Boohoofool Ms.Ez Ez Looosey Pooosey !
    http://www.thegossipwrapup.com/2010/08/jennifer-aniston-un-retouched.html

  • neer

    Have you ever wondered how the media or public in general describe or refer to a certain celebrity or known personality?
    .
    Like for instance in Angelina Jolie’s case. Many times I read or hear people call her “The Face” ….”That Face”….”The Jolie”…..
    It’s like a brand. It’s easily identifiable to whom the so-called terms are referred to. It’s as if no necessary words or descriptions in introducing or referring to Angelina. Simply use “The Face….That Face…The Jolie”…..and people know & understand what you mean.
    .
    In my opinion, it’s a big compliment for her when a lot of people use “The Face”….”That Face”….”The Jolie” in describing her instead of using the usual adjectives in describing her beauty or how gorgeous or how sexy she is (”The Face” or “That Face) or what she’s capable of / talents or accomplishments (”The Jolie”) . Very short but very effective. This only shows that AJ is easily recognized by her super duper good looks & achievements in terms of career, charity & how she raises her family.
    .
    Not all famous AAA++++celebrities are accorded with these “terms ” or “titles”… only a a select few or if NOT only “The Jolie”.
    .
    Come to think of it, have you ever heard Nicole Kidman being referred to as “The Kidman”…Charlize Theron as “The Theron”….Kate Winslet as ” The Winslet”….. or other C-listers such as X being called “The Aniston” or “The Face….or “That Face”? Or “The Hair”?

  • not

    @Brad quotes about Angie:

    Thanks for reminding us what a sweet HUSBAND and father Brad really is.

  • http://yahoo.com aseret64

    @Catchy: i will cover your face with a newspaper hahahaha you are jealous of Angie’s beauty, inside and out. I wonder how you look like hahahahaha

  • alex

    they should had chosen a better actress to co-starring with johnny deep!!! a more beautiful actress!!! jolie is vanilla close to johnny!!!

  • wanda

    @neer 193,Yes The Face”.”.The plastic Face”!!

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