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Angelina Jolie Covers 'The Hollywood Reporter'

Angelina Jolie Covers 'The Hollywood Reporter'

Angelina Jolie poses with Kung Fu Panda 2 director Jennifer Yuh Nelson on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter‘s latest issue.

Here’s what the 36-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On when she wrote the In the Land of Blood and Honey script: “I wrote whenever I could, when the kids were asleep or in their classes. Halfway through some of the most horrific scenes, I’d hear, ‘Mommy, I need another story, I can’t go to sleep,’ and so I’d pause what I was doing and go tell happy stories about bunny villages. I studied a lot about the war, and watched a lot of documentaries.

On her kids knowing about her humanitarian work: “They know that mommy, on occasion, goes off to Libya or other places. I make them very conscious of the fact that there are a lot of people struggling through different things, and I don’t protect them from the fact that war isn’t a video game, it’s a very, very horrible thing.”

On the status of Kung Fu Panda 3: “We can say we are in discussions. Tigress is my alternate personality, especially with children. I love animation because you get to do things you don’t normally get to. For one, I could bring my kids and wear my pajamas, and hang out with Jen. And my character is just so badass.”

For more on Angelina and Jennifer‘s interview, check out HollywoodReporter.com!

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