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Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: 'World War Z' Birthday Premiere!

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: 'World War Z' Birthday Premiere!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are a stunning couple on the red carpet of the World War Z premiere held at Sony Centre on Tuesday (June 4) in Berlin, Germany.

The 49-year-old actor promoted his flick on Angelina‘s 38th birthday!!!!! Happy birthday, Angelina!!!

“I have been very happy just to see the discussion about women’s health expanded, and that means the world to me and after losing my mom to these issues, I am very grateful for it, and I have been very moved by the kind support from people, really very grateful for it,” Angelina told CBS during the world premiere of World War Z.

FYI: Angelina is wearing Ralph & Russo.

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# 1

OMG She is sooooo flipping GORGEOUS! I LOVE LOVE LOVE when she wears white! What a beautiful couple!!!

# 2

Beautiful inside and outside.

# 3

Her boobies look AMAZING! Whoo hoo!

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Another Fan @ 06/04/2013 at 3:51 pm

Happy B-Day Angie, you’re the best!!!

# 5

Wow another premiere for a movie she isn’t even in. The reviews are crap and they are using her surgery to milk her and raise the profits. Also, if her new boobs take months to stop swelling why is she wearing a chest heavy dress instead of a flowy one? Makes her boobs look even more fake.

# 6

Who is Skinny bittches lol
they look royal beauty overload
first!

# 7

STUNNING! STUNNING!!!
Happy 38th Birthday Angie, you are a phenomenal woman.
Brad’s looking at her like he wants to eat her up. Can’t wait till the 21st to see WWZ.

# 8

She got way too big boobs. Looks weird.

# 9

Wow is BP competing with Aniston for the same haircut? Hes been in that same outfit for 2 years.

gorgeous happy birthday my favorite humanitarian

@Carey: Jealous much?

beautiful woman in beautiful dress, Happy birthday Angie!

I thought so we’ll..
. I like the change beauty Hollywood first couple.

Angie&Brad4Ever @ 06/04/2013 at 3:57 pm

OMG!! OMG!! Angie is so incredibly stunning in that white outfit!

Happy birthday Angie! Hip, hip, Hooray for the birthday girl! May you have many, many more!!

GREAT REVIEW FROM HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

World War Z: Film Review
12:11 PM PDT 6/4/2013 by Todd McCarthy
The Bottom Line
An action-packed mainstreaming of a more ambitious book.
Release Date
June 21, 2013
Director
Marc Forster
Cast
Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos
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Brad Pitt delivers a capable performance in an immersive apocalyptic spectacle about a global zombie uprising.

Waves of startling action counterbalance standard one-man-saves-the-day Hollywood heroics in World War Z, an immersive apocalyptic spectacle that tosses the viewer into the deep end of a global zombie uprising and doesn’t let up until close to the end. A bunch of impressive set pieces stitched together rather than a good story convincingly told, this gargantuan production should ride Brad Pitt’s name, teeming action scenes and widespread interest in all things zombie to strong box office returns, particularly internationally. Whether it will be enough to compensate Paramount and the assorted producers for the $200 million-plus investment and all their production headaches is something they’ll have to sweat out.
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While date-night thrill-seekers should be amply satisfied by this ramrod, pedal-to-the-metal confrontation with a zombie plague, fans of Max Brooks’ 2006 best-seller will find much to be disappointed in. Subtitled “An Oral History of the Zombie War,” the savvy, engaging novel was written as a series of postwar interviews with people all over the world that provided a reasonably comprehensive and intriguingly political mosaic portrait of how and why the international calamity played out the way it did.
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A faithful adaptation of the book would have structurally resembled Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 global-reach thriller Contagion, just as it would have retained loads of political material that, as lead producer Pitt himself has bemoaned, is simply not compatible with the financial imperatives of a big-budget blockbuster. Exhibit A: Brooks (the son of Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft) makes it clear that the zombie outbreak began in China; fearful that this little detail might prevent exhibition in the world’s most populous nation, the filmmakers decided that China should go unmentioned.
What could have been an artistically ambitious, multiperspective look at how modern ideological and religious disarray opened the door for catastrophe has, implausibly but understandably, been reduced to the story of a classic reluctant hero’s effort to do what the collective global governments and science geniuses cannot: get to the root of why there are suddenly so many drooling, groaning, jerking and amazingly fast-moving ghouls running around the world interested only in feasting on their former fellow human beings.
Having committed to making the film a wire-to-wire exercise in eluding extreme jeopardy, director Marc Forster and his battery of screenwriters (Matthew Michael Carnahan of The Kingdom, Drew Goddard of Cloverfield and TV’s Lost, Damon Lindelof of Star Trek Into Darkness, Prometheus and Cowboys & Aliens, as well as Lost, and screen story scribe and original adapter J. Michael Straczynski of Changeling and Thor) have worked out a scenario that feels more like a travel itinerary. Faced with gridlock in downtown Philadelphia that represents the havoc the undead are causing all over the world, retired United Nations troubleshooter Gerry Lane (Pitt) gets his wife, Karen (Mireille Enos), and two daughters as far as Newark before his former boss Thierry (Fana Mokoena) sends a chopper to rescue them from a rooftop and spirit them to the temporary haven of command central aboard an Atlantic Ocean-based vessel.
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Although it’s not entirely clear how Gerry’s experience with terrorist actions in Chechnya and Africa make him the world’s No. 1 go-to guy to solve the zombie problem, the bearded, long-haired dude is instantly dispatched to rainy South Korea, where he is advised that the North Koreans have cleverly nipped zombieism in the bud through mandatory nationwide teeth extraction. A tense attack drives Gerry back on the plane to head for Israel, the only nation that, as of now, is winning the war against the living dead. From the cockpit, Gerry is startled by what appears to be a nuclear mushroom cloud down below, an arresting vision, to be sure, but one that oddly goes unmentioned thereafter.
The subsequent siege of Jerusalem is unquestionably the great set piece of the film, a spectacular display of the chaotic but comprehensible victory of a staggering number of flesh-eaters finally surmounting the formidable barriers imposed by well-prepared defenders. Covered from all perspectives, from the jammed immigrations lines of sanctuary-seekers to the aerial views revealing the city’s warren of ancient corridors and walls, the convulsive action climaxes with Gerry and a scared, wounded but capable female soldier, Segen (Daniella Kertesz), desperately climbing aboard the last plane out, a ride which itself becomes another visceral action interlude of a fairly high order.
Much has been made of how the final act, as originally shot, didn’t pan out and was rewritten and refilmed at considerable expense. In the event, the scale and focus of the film is greatly narrowed in the climactic 20 minutes. Set at a top-secret medical research facility in Wales, the sequence is a fairly simple, reasonably well-executed cat-and-mouse game in which Gerry, Segen and a scientist are forced to sneak through a zombie-occupied building to grab a substance that may, or may not, hold the key to stemming the war’s tide. The quiet, pared-down nature of the sequence contrasts strongly with everything that’s gone before, which is not a bad thing, although the very ending rather flatly wraps everything up in a jiffy.
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There is certainly a tension running through the film between latent serious ambition and lowest-common-denominator-pleasing requirements, with the latter ruling the day most of the time without entirely erasing evidence of the former. Notwithstanding the expectation that the brave leading man and his adored family will somehow come out of it all unscathed, there are a few narrative surprises along the way and an absence of dumb, clunking dialogue that often infects such fare.
Aside from Pitt, who strides through it all capably and without leading-man airs, the cast is fleshed out with mostly little-known actors. Gerry’s wife,the U.N. boss and the Israeli soldier, for instance, could easily have been cast with names, but having relatively fresh, nondistracting faces in these roles plays well. Kertesz, in particular, gets a big chance with her part and makes the most of it.
On the craft side, it’s easy to see where the money went, as scene after scene overflows with hordes of people (many of them CGI-generated) and elaborate backgrounds. The film is a feast for the eyes (the 3D conversion is very good), while the zombie horror consists mostly of mild jolts rather than shocks. Ben Seresin receives sole cinematography credit, although Robert Richardson was the director of photography on the initial shoot. Marco Beltrami’s score is almost always there to supply further adrenaline.
Opens: June 21 (Paramount)
Production: Skydance Prods., Plan B Entertainment/2Dux
Cast: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, David Morse, Fana Mokoena, Sterling Jerins, Abigail Hargrove, Ludi Boeken
Director: Marc Forster
Screenwriters: Matthew Michael Carnahan, Drew Goddard, Damon Lindelof, screen story by Matthew Michael Carnahan, J. Michael Straczynski, based on the novel by Max Brooks
Producers: Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Ian Bryce
Executive producers: Marc Forster, Brad Simpson, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Paul Schwake, Graham King, Tim Headington
Director of photography: Ben Seresin
Production designer: Nigel Phelps
Costume designer: Mayes C. Rubeo
Editors: Roger Barton, Matt Chesse
Music: Marco Beltrami
Visual effects supervisor: Scott Farrar
PG-13 rating, 116 minutes

Gold dust woman @ 06/04/2013 at 3:58 pm

Simultaneously Regal and stylish. Very, very few actresses or models can carry that off. Grace Kelly could and Angelina can.

Whambulance @ 06/04/2013 at 3:58 pm

Brady’s jacket is stupid. What is Jolie wearing? I mean is it another custom Saint Laurent? Whatever it is , I like it.

Angelina looks so radiant. Never heard of Ralph & Russo but I love the dress they designed.

awwww we are in for another round of meltdowns,troll boy is going to Tv,ticky looks like a hooker at a wedding ,yep bad day for FF freaks

Happy birthday Angelina. Hope you get to experience many more of them!

Angie’s calf muscles are huge!

They are both simply GORGEOUS!!!

The best thing she can do for her health is EAT

Beautiful! @ 06/04/2013 at 4:02 pm

You dumbnuts Angelina’S breast is basically the size they were before her surgery. Geez, you idiots need to grow the F(@K UP!!
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Okay, Angelina looks ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! Her dress is gorgeous and she is radiant. Brad is looking good as well.

HAPPY BIRTHYDAY ANGELINA JOLIE-PITT!!!!

what's new? @ 06/04/2013 at 4:02 pm

Brad is stoned

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