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Angelina Jolie: From Hawaii to LAX with Maddox & Pax!

Angelina Jolie: From Hawaii to LAX with Maddox & Pax!

Angelina Jolie flashes a big smile as she lands at LAX Airport on Wednesday night (July 11) in Los Angeles.

The 38-year-old actress and activist was joined by her two boys Maddox, 11, and Pax, 9, who was spotted holding his favorite purple bear again.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

Angelina‘s upcoming Universal project Unbroken was recently assigned a release date of Christmas day, 2014 – We can’t wait to see it!

Earlier in the week, Angelina was spotted checking out a possible Unbroken filming location in Oahu, Hawaii.

FYI: Angelina is wearing Saint Laurent and carrying the Saint Laurent Sac de Jour bag.

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  1. 1
    anustin Says:

    home for the twins birthday….

  2. 2
    anustin Says:

    candid pix…..lookin gorgeous…

  3. 3
    Rita Says:

    Pax is getting big

  4. 4
    paxfan Says:

    LOL at Pax… funny & cute…can’t help but laugh at his “purple shield”

  5. 5
    anustin Says:

    bless the joliepitt, and bless the fans.

  6. 6
    anustin Says:

    from BRANGELINAFORUM…..THANKS.

    Oscars: ‘Fruitvale Station’ Kicks Off Strongest Group Of African-American Contenders In Years

    By PETE HAMMOND | Wednesday July 10, 2013 @ 3:23pm PDT

    Last month the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences took great strides in order to bring more diversity to its membership. Now will that effort affect the actual Oscar race itself? Certainly this year distributors, particularly The Weinstein Company and Fox Searchlight, are going to be giving the Academy every opportunity to put some diversity into that race, especially in terms of a major African- American presence. Beginning with this Friday’s platformed Weinstein release of the widely acclaimed Sundance and Cannes award winner, Fruitvale Station there is a highly promising lineup of films that seriously depict the Black experience to be released in the second half of 2013. And I am not talking about Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas.
    This group of movies, which also includes the increasingly-controversial The Butler (8/16- Weinstein), 12 Years A Slave (10/18- Searchlight), Mandela: A Long Walk To Freedom (11/29 – Weinstein), Black Nativity (11/27 – Searchlight), Blue Caprice starring Isaiah Washington (IFC – 9/13), the recently -released documentary Twenty Feet From Stardom (Radius-TWC) and (far less likely) even the long-delayed Winnie Mandela (Image Entertainment) starring Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard now being released in September, provide a bountiful opportunity to let the Academy show off its new spirit of diversity, not that they have been completely dormant in that area in recent years. Of course 2012′s Beasts Of The Southern Wild made the most recent Best Picture cut and won its 9 year old star Quvenzhane Wallis a Best Actress nomination. And Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar winning Original Screenplay for another 2012 Best Pic nominee, Django Unchained had a unique take on slavery. Two years ago the box office success of The Help propelled it towards a Best Picture nomination and acting nods for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, the latter winning for Best Supporting Actress. And just four years ago Precious won a couple of key Oscars for Supporting Actress Monique and screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher as well as Best Picture and Directing (for Lee Daniels) nominations.

    (…)

    Director Steve McQueen’s (Shame) 12 Years A Slave is definitely a highly-anticipated title, and a centerpiece of Fox Searchlight’s Oscar campaign this year thanks to a cast that, in addition to Ejiofor, includes Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Alfre Woodard, Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Kenneth Williams among many others. Based on the autobiography by Solomon Northup it tells his story with great emotion I am told by one person who saw an early cut. Searchlight also has the Christmas-themed musical drama, Black Nativity based on the Langston Hughes play. It comes from director Kasi Lemmons with another starry cast including Whitaker, Hudson, Angela Bassett and Mary J. Blige. Between this film, his starring role in The Butler and as a producer of Fruitvale Station, it appears Whitaker is going to be especially visible this season. He’s also been rumored as the potential star of director Paul Greengrass’ Memphis, the long-gestating story of the final days of Martin Luther King, which my colleague Mike Fleming initially reported is finding renewed life (thanks to Veritas and Wild Bunch after Universal dropped it) in an industry that thankfully seems willing to take serious African American-themed projects and give them the respect they deserve.

    Oscar, are you listening?

    http://www.deadline.com/2013/07/oscars-fruitvale-station-kicks-off-strongest-group-of-african-american-contenders-in-years/

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    07/11/13 12:38:56

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    anustin Says:

    from BRANGELINAFORUM.

    Oscars: ‘Fruitvale Station’ Kicks Off Strongest Group Of African-American Contenders In Years

    By PETE HAMMOND | Wednesday July 10, 2013 @ 3:23pm PDT

    Last month the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences took great strides in order to bring more diversity to its membership. Now will that effort affect the actual Oscar race itself? Certainly this year distributors, particularly The Weinstein Company and Fox Searchlight, are going to be giving the Academy every opportunity to put some diversity into that race, especially in terms of a major African- American presence. Beginning with this Friday’s platformed Weinstein release of the widely acclaimed Sundance and Cannes award winner, Fruitvale Station there is a highly promising lineup of films that seriously depict the Black experience to be released in the second half of 2013. And I am not talking about Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas.
    This group of movies, which also includes the increasingly-controversial The Butler (8/16- Weinstein), 12 Years A Slave (10/18- Searchlight), Mandela: A Long Walk To Freedom (11/29 – Weinstein), Black Nativity (11/27 – Searchlight), Blue Caprice starring Isaiah Washington (IFC – 9/13), the recently -released documentary Twenty Feet From Stardom (Radius-TWC) and (far less likely) even the long-delayed Winnie Mandela (Image Entertainment) starring Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard now being released in September, provide a bountiful opportunity to let the Academy show off its new spirit of diversity, not that they have been completely dormant in that area in recent years. Of course 2012′s Beasts Of The Southern Wild made the most recent Best Picture cut and won its 9 year old star Quvenzhane Wallis a Best Actress nomination. And Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar winning Original Screenplay for another 2012 Best Pic nominee, Django Unchained had a unique take on slavery. Two years ago the box office success of The Help propelled it towards a Best Picture nomination and acting nods for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, the latter winning for Best Supporting Actress. And just four years ago Precious won a couple of key Oscars for Supporting Actress Monique and screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher as well as Best Picture and Directing (for Lee Daniels) nominations.

    (…)

    Director Steve McQueen’s (Shame) 12 Years A Slave is definitely a highly-anticipated title, and a centerpiece of Fox Searchlight’s Oscar campaign this year thanks to a cast that, in addition to Ejiofor, includes Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Alfre Woodard, Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Kenneth Williams among many others. Based on the autobiography by Solomon Northup it tells his story with great emotion I am told by one person who saw an early cut. Searchlight also has the Christmas-themed musical drama, Black Nativity based on the Langston Hughes play. It comes from director Kasi Lemmons with another starry cast including Whitaker, Hudson, Angela Bassett and Mary J. Blige. Between this film, his starring role in The Butler and as a producer of Fruitvale Station, it appears Whitaker is going to be especially visible this season. He’s also been rumored as the potential star of director Paul Greengrass’ Memphis, the long-gestating story of the final days of Martin Luther King, which my colleague Mike Fleming initially reported is finding renewed life (thanks to Veritas and Wild Bunch after Universal dropped it) in an industry that thankfully seems willing to take serious African American-themed projects and give them the respect they deserve.

    Oscar, are you listening?

    http://www.deadline.com/2013/07/oscars-fruitvale-station-kicks-off-strongest-group-of-african-american-contenders-in-years/

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    07/11/13 12:38:56

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    anustin Says:

    good morning all joliepitt fans on board!!!

    hello,phool,rose,dawne,susan….morning combo.

  9. 9
    Phool. Says:

    Welcome back Angie ready to Partyyyyyyyyyyyy on Friday

  10. 10
    Phool. Says:

    Angelina Jolie touches down in a private jet at LAX with her sons looking the picture of health following trip to Hawaii
    ———————————————————————————————–By Chris | the juice – 42 minutes ago
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    Angelina Jolie has been spotted touching down in LAX with two of her children in tow looking relaxed and healthy following a trip to Hawaii. The 38-year-old film star, who underwent a double mastectomy earlier this year, looked the picture of health as she touched down with Pax, 9, and Maddox, 11.
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    Dressed in a black top and matching jeans, Angelina clearly knew how to dress for flying, finishing off her look with a comfy pair of flip flops. Son Pax also brought along a friend for the flight, a giant purple teddy bear. Maddox meanwhile carried his own case down the plane steps, rocking a beanie hat and aviators favoured by dad Brad Pitt.
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    The Salt star was all smiles as she left the private plane with her sons, soon to be reunited with the rest of her brood. Angelina was returning from a trip to Hawaii where she had been scouting out locations for her latest directorial project Unbroken.It is thought Angelina and Brad will move to the tropical island when filming begins for eight weeks.
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    And in a connection we never thought we’d see coming, Angelina shares a common interest with Tulisa. The star has hired the former X Factor judges’ ex boyfriend Jack O’Connell to play the lead in the film portraying World War II hero Lou Zamperini. Jack is thought to be meeting up with Angelina soon with the film slated for release in December 2014.
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    Shortcut to: http://uk.omg.yahoo.com/gossip/the-juice/angelina-jolie-private-jet-lax-sons-health-hawaii-tulisa-jack-o-connell-112021333.html

  11. 11
    sarah Says:

    Can’t wait to read the book when these kids are older. Drugs, threesomes, she loved attention so much she dragged us all over so she could “do work”, yelling, screaming, needed comfort from stuffed animals, dressing like a boy, never had real friends, etc.

  12. 12
    Phool. Says:

    #anustin @ 07/11/2013 at 8:06 am
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    Good Morning My Vajtastic Sister, how are you on this beautiful day?
    Thank you for being the 1st, 2nd,4rth, 5th, 6th,7th,8th poster you have done us proud girl you deserve lots of hugs and kisses by beating the trolls at their game lol.

  13. 13
    Phool. Says:

    Lmao Trolls are loosing their Shiit again go Scream in the ocean with your stalking Idol Ticky lol

  14. 14
    Gun Says:

    Scary like always !!!

  15. 15
    The ring Says:

    the wedding of brangelina ¡:

    I cannot wait

    Halle Berry y Olivier Martinez: Getting Ready to Wed!

    oh not ;(

  16. 16
    Gun Says:

    What happen to her face

  17. 17
    Gun Says:

    Vainly woman

  18. 18
    Wonderbust Says:

    @The ring:
    whatever happened to the WWZ flop party? fyi Halle has been engaged since Jan2012. you should be worrying about your idols wedding

  19. 19
    anustin Says:

    hhmhmhmhhmh…someone in hiatus……bwahahahahaha.life support needed.

  20. 20
    Phool. Says:

    That’s one well travelled bear! Angelina Jolie, her brood of children (and Pax’s favourite purple teddy) touch down in LAX
    —————————————————————–
    By Kimberley Dadds
    PUBLISHED: 11:19, 11 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:46, 11 July 2013
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    It may only be a teddy bear, but it’s seen more places and faces than most will in their lifetimes.
    And it seems Angelina Jolie’s son Pax has become inseparable from his favourite purple soft toy as he was seen travelling with it once more on Wednesday.The actress jetted into Los Angeles airport with her brood after another jet setting trip which saw her relax in Hawaii.
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    Shortcut to: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2360121/Angelina-Jolie-brood-children-Paxs-favourite-purple-teddy-touch-LAX.html

  21. 21
    Susan Says:

    Good morning J-P fans.
    Angie and the boys are back, Knox and Viv’s will be celebrating the big 5 tomorrow.
    Was over at DM reading two threads on Ticky, and those hens are rolling on her. Who knew disparaging Big Mac could turn so many people off.
    They’re even rolling their eyes at her photoshopped dumb water, Stephanie must have cut back on his payola.

  22. 22
    Maya Says:

    Looking good as always

  23. 23
    anustin Says:

    lol..am praying for the her idol wedding…..please lord,make through………hehehehehe ….per the mail.they have a date early december….and again,the little boy want it in NYC,while the sugah momma in L.A.

    off to work.i’ll post more when i get der….

    phool,vaj is healthy and happy.

  24. 24
    Bea Says:

    It amazes me that these stupid “writers” cannot see why Pax carries the bear.

    I understand why the moronic hens don’t get it, but these supposed “journalists”?

    Pathetic.

  25. 25
    Phool. Says:

    Review: World War Z Delivers Thrills and Action
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    By Ryan Maddux and Andy Stuckey Daily News Greensburg Daily News The Greensburg Daily News Thu Jul 11, 2013,
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    This week we turn a critical eye to the Brad Pitt zombie apocalyptic thriller, World War Z. (PG-13). Pitt stars as a former United Nations investigator who is sent around the world to find out the origin of the zombie outbreak. Marc Forster directs. Ryan: Seeped in a myriad of bad press of out-of-control budgets and haphazard-appearing reshoots, the big-budget World War Z had all the makings of a summer box-office dud. But interestingly enough World War Z is a completely serviceable summer tent-pole film. Although the narrative feels like a video-game, most of the time (with Brad Pitt’s character jumping from level to level) the movie actually does a good job presenting its large-scale action in a personable way. Most summer films, especially the big ones of this season (Iron Man 3, Star Trek and Man of Steel) exponentially dial up its action as the film progresses. One of the things that I liked about World War Z was how it dialed down its action in the second part of its second act. Instead of getting louder and more out of control as the film moves along, World War Z went small and the payoff worked on a more emotionally fulfilling level.
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    It did seem that we were being prepared for a movie that was much worse than World War Z actually turned out to be. Apart from all of the stories of shooting woes, I was simply skeptical of another zombie movie. The genre is just about played out for the time being, and I assumed this would be the last straw for me. Surprisingly, World War Z gives the zombie-apocalypse a relatively fresh treatment, examining it on a global scale. Generally zombie movies follow the template of Night of the Living Dead, focusing on an isolated group of survivors. WWZ has Brad Pitt literally circling the globe to show how the zombie pandemic is decimating the world population.
    Ryan: Clearly much of the film’s ability to stay afloat should be credited to Brad Pitt.
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    Andy: On one hand he’s the stereotypical hero—the reluctant, retired family man. But on the other hand he’s also the anti-summer hero in that he thinks before he acts (he does not shoot first and ask questions later). This kind of introspective summer leading man is refreshing. Brad Pitt’s all-in performance goes a long way in buying into the zombie mayhem in the film. I’m not the biggest fan of zombie culture (in books, television or the movies) but World War Z hits (most of) the right notes in what a summer blockbuster can be.
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    Andy: Praise must be given to Brad Pitt for carrying the film. There are several obligatory summer action scenes that feature Brad Pitt running, but for the most part he is impressively low-key. Many of his most powerful moments come with no action and no dialogue. This is rare in an action movie, and for good reason. In the hands of a lesser actor, these scenes would range from boring to awkward, and would likely derail a big-budget action movie. But Brad Pitt shines in a movie that gives us very few characters to care about. World War Z is an entertaining summer flick that manages to bring a new perspective to the zombie sub-genre, earning a respectable B.
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    Copyright 2013 Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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