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Angelina Jolie Goes Bowling in Australia with All Six Kids!

Angelina Jolie Goes Bowling in Australia with All Six Kids!

Angelina Jolie and her lovely children leave Strike Bowling Centre after having an afternoon of fun together on Tuesday (August 10) at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park, Australia.

The 38-year-old actress was joined by all six of her kids – Maddox, 12, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and five-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox – for the family outing that day.

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The day before, Angelina was seen heading to work and displaying her new arm tattoo.

Over the weekend, Angie and the kids went to the aquarium together.

FYI: Vivienne is wearing Havaianas sandals.

10+ pictures inside of Angelina Jolie going bowling with her kids…

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  1. 76
    an oldie Says:

    I want to see that pic of Knox waving to the paps. Wish miss Viv would do such a thing. Not going to happen because she is too smart, not trusting like Knox.

  2. 77
    The Real Silly Rabbit Says:

    @Cassi: that’s why De@dbeat daddy is doing a ww2 film at the same time Angie is. He wanted the unbroken role. LZ himself confirmed when de@dbeat daddy tagged along with Angie for a meet and greet, de@dbeat daddy asked LZ if he could play him in the movie and LZ said NO. lmao @Observer2:
    20hrs 20hrs 20hrs20hrs and how long has it been since de@dbeat daddy hugged Angie’s kids? Weeks? Months? All for the chance to work with Shia Labouf and Logan Lerman. Baahahha

    The guards are Angie’s, darling.

  3. 78
    The Real Silly Rabbit Says:

    @The Real Silly Silly Rabbit: cry me a river, you whiny betch. Boohoo silly wabbit is telling the truth about de@dbeat daddy. Please stop, silly wabbit or I will continue to stalk you and use your name and favorite word the whole time calling you pathetic. Ahhhhhhhh hahahha like The real silly rabbit gives a F. Cry baby betch. I am quite flattered by your interest in me. Hehe

    -innocent look and batting eyelashes-

  4. 79
    Observer2 Says:

    No, they’re not. LMAO!

  5. 80
    Observer2 Says:

    Zamperini: Story of survival has Hollywood ending

    Louis Zamperini’s life story could be going Hollywood with some big talent behind it. Angelina Jolie reportedly will direct a film on Zamperini, and the renowned Coen brothers, Ethan and Joel, are slated to write the final script.

    Jolie had a full crew up at Zamperini’s house in the Hollywood hills a few weeks ago to film, said his daughter, Cynthia Garris, who also doubles as his manager.

    Jolie is doing budgeting, location scouting and casting, said Garris, who added that the project hasn’t officially been greenlighted yet. She indicated that Jolie has a relatively unknown actor, whom she wouldn’t name, in mind to play her dad in his younger years. Much of the film will be shot in Hawaii, Garris believes.

    “She’s a very passionate woman,” she said of Jolie. “We are thrilled to have her in our life.”

    Zamperini’s son Luke called Jolie a “powerhouse,” adding, “I’m really hopeful she’s going to do this story the right way.”

    Jolie and her famous actor-husband, Brad Pitt, attended Zamperini’s 96th birthday party in late January, Garris said. When Pitt asked her dad if he wanted someone younger than Pitt to portray him, Zamperini shot back, “No, someone better looking.”

  6. 81
    Rose Says:

    @Media Wh@re MANiston: Hi Mwm, how are you my dear. I’m starving the troll, take away it’s oxygen. I’m going to just sit down and watch the meltdown and lmao.

  7. 82
    tylena Says:

    omg Maddox is ugly angie is nipps and bobb, tattos, veins, skin n bones n lips bobblehead boys look like girls…life is like a box a chocolates

  8. 83
    Ⱦamsin Says:

    And the filthy, depraved pedo loons are once again thankful for more pics of the kids. The cherry on top must have been that pic of Shiloh walking around topless in front of the hotel window. Disgusting!

    And the FFers were right! More PR walks in the upcoming days is exactly what they predicted.

    What’s really funny is that loons were swearing that Ho was already filming. She’s been in “preparations” since she visited Hawaii earlier this year? Is she even out of the “final negotiations” phase? For an international superstar and the “highest paid actress” it’s really funny how she can’t get this shitshow off the ground! The only thing she has going on right now is the reality show that she calls her life. LOLOLOLOL.

  9. 84
    Lol Says:

    Stupid troll, Brad’s bodyguards and Angie’s bodyguards are there, this is how much Brad cares about his family, absolutely tight security for his family.

  10. 85
    Observer2 Says:

    # 82@Lol:

    Shhhh! I mean, I give Angelina more smarts than to have Brad’s bodyguards with her. Ya know, with the break up coming. She’s going to want to NOT let them, let Brad know. ROTFLMAO!

    She’d never let his posse near her during this time. LOL.

  11. 86
    Media Wh@re MANiston Says:


    I just ignore the moron. If the fans want to give the moron attention, feel free but why? 9 years the same BS. I don’t usually respond to troll who post the same BS. Let the delusional troll spin. It’s so obvious the troll is piss because Brad receives great praises for his movie. The more the troll spins the more “IT” is piss. Brad is killing the idiot.

  12. 87
    Passing Through Says:

    # 3 Sarah @ 09/10/2013 at 11:46 am
    Why is Vivienne, at 5 years old, too old to carry a blankie? Putrid’s daughter is damned near 10 and still sucks her thumb. Gwen Stefani’s son Kingston was still using a binky at 5. I knew a woman who breastfed when her daughter was in 1st grade. Leave Viv and her blanket alone.

  13. 88
    Observer2 Says:

    I see the homicidal maniac takes themselves out.

    They too, are looking at the same pics. Yet, we’re the ones in the wrong. LMAO!

  14. 89
    the ring Says:

    split coming soon babies

    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww no puedo esperar a mañana,necesito un tabloide con la historia de la ruptura

    wi wi

  15. 90
    Passing Through Says:

    # 24 Phool @ 09/10/2013 at 12:55 pm
    Shiloh and Knox are the sunshine kids. Those two seem to have smile or an implish glint in their eyes no matter what’s going on around them. Occasionally Knox breaks out his “Leave me alone, you stooge!” scowl, but not very often. I remember when Shiloh was a baby Angie called her something like, “My little ray of sunshine”…then said Shiloh reminded her of herself and “…that one’s going to be some trouble…” You know she and Z (and Viv) can “do no wrong” in Brad’s eyes. Look at those faces. No father would be able to punish those two girls without feeling bad about it afterwards and easing up on the punishment. That’s why Angie has to do it.

  16. 91
    the ring Says:

    the world is happy, our Angie is a nun after two husbands and many many lovers

    tic tac tic tac tic tac

  17. 92
    Rose Says:

    @Media Wh@re MANiston: Brad is pissing the idiots off with great buzz for TYAS, and his beautiful wife and children. sucks to be a troll. Let’s just sit and watch them spin until their family call the police to commit them on a 5150 hold.

  18. 93
    grounded Says:

    The Jolie-Pitts are loving Australia. The kids are all adorable.

  19. 94
    the ring Says:



  20. 95
    Ⱦamsin Says:


    oh here is one of the Annie Wilkes-type of fans are creaming themselves at the thought of seeing Heroina’s monstrous nipples again.

    These loons wouldn’t mind snatching Ho, tying her up and taking her to live in their basements where they would spend their days watching and reenacting scenes from MAMS over and over, with these beasts playing Pitty’s part.

    Good thing Heroina gets off on bondage and S&M games and she’s gone on record as claiming to be she’s the actress most likely to sleep with her female fans.

  21. 96
    valis202 Says:

    I don’t know if this review of TYAS has been published on this site already but I think that is is probably my favorite on so far. Just love the intensity of it.
    ———————————————————————————————————On a Friday night in the small mountain village of Telluride, Colo., an anxious crowd awaited the premiere of the film “12 Years a Slave.” Two hours of horrified, stunned silence later, the audience erupted into applause.

    The film is based on and named after the memoirs of Solomon Northrup, a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery during the mid-19th century. “12 Years” comes to the public courtesy of director Steve McQueen. Before anyone thinks that a ghost directed this movie, this is a different Steve McQueen, not to be confused with the famed actor who died in 1980. The “12 Years” McQueen notably directed the films “Hunger” and “Shame,” both critically acclaimed for their high quality and graphic content. “12 Years” is McQueen’s third film and his most high profile project to date, and it was finally shown to the public for the first time on Aug. 30 at the Telluride Film Festival.

    “12 Years” is likely not only the greatest slave movie ever made but also one of the most beautiful, affecting, and haunting films I have ever had the pleasure of watching. The most noteworthy component of the movie, and one that every viewer should be aware of going into it, is that it is horrendously graphic. The amount of physical abuse in the film is nauseating, but the uncomfortable feelings the film evokes are one of its major strengths. “12 Years” is an unflinching, unrestrained look at the morbid reality of slavery, and McQueen handles the subject with grace and aplomb. Blood sprays in mists from the back of the characters as they are whipped, and ear-splitting screams erupt with each crack. This is as realistic as it can get, and the faint of heart should take note. While no one should avoid this film because of the graphic content, it would be unfair go in without a warning.

    Another triumph for “12 Years” comes from the performances of its cast, and a few of its members will undoubtedly win Oscars this coming award season. Leading man Chiwetel Ejiofor turns in a tour de force as Solomon Northrup, and I can’t imagine another actor outperforming him this year. It’s that good. Also included in the cast is the great Michael Fassbender, who starred in both of McQueen’s previous films. Fassbender portrays the villainous plantation owner Edwin Epps, and, as always, his contributions are remarkable. With Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, Paul Giamatti, and producer Brad Pitt all taking their turns, a bevy of supporting characters flow in and out of the story. However, the best supporting role comes by way from newcomer Lupita Nyong’o, who gives an unforgettable performance as Epps’ favorite slave, Patsey. The way in which the actors and actresses in the film are able to identify with and express the characters is simply amazing. It’s difficult to imagine any of them being beaten out for Academy Awards.

    At the end of the day, though, it’s McQueen’s distinct directing style that ties it all together. Anyone who doesn’t understand how a film can be considered art should see this movie, because it’ll all make sense after this one. McQueen not only has an eye for beautiful and well constructed shots, but he also understands the finer points of filmmaking and that simple, subtle techniques can contribute to a final product immensely. For instance, the seemingly slow pace of “12 Years” is deliberate and excruciating; two hours ends up feeling like somewhere around three or four. This is all in service to the experience, as it then becomes very upsetting to imagine how long 12 years of slavery must have felt to the protagonist.

    Another perennial McQueen technique is his use of long take, and while it is used sparingly, it makes a grand appearance here. A long take is a technique used in film where a scene (or, more rarely, a whole film) does not contain breaks within the shot and tends to be lengthier than the other scenes. One specific instance of this long take results in one of the most gut-wrenching, horrifying moments of the film. Trust me; just see the movie and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. Overall, there is a good fluctuation between moments of raw emotion and cold detachment, and with the sheer volume of gruesome scenes, it’s impressive that McQueen was able to squeeze out as much passion as he did from the story.

    Let me be clear: I am aware of how glowing this review is, and of how much I’m gushing over this movie. Make no mistake though; “12 Years a Slave” is a triumphant film, a victory not only for McQueen but also for every single person involved. The film is currently making its rounds at several film festivals in anticipation of its Oct. 18 release, and each showing brings more and more glowing reviews and calls fo

  22. 97
    Sarah Says:

    @the ring: sinceramente gente como tú son patéticas, Por que no te pones a hacer realmente importante con tu vida? Por personas como tu es que España está asi (por tus modismos se nota que eres española)

  23. 98
    valis202 Says:

    Oops here’s the rest of the review
    Oscar nominations. This is the must-see movie of the year, and there is absolutely no excuse for anyone to skip it. If you’re squeamish, too damn bad. For anyone who appreciates movies as an art form, consider it your homework for this fall. Gratuitous, gory, and absolutely gorgeous, “12 Years a Slave” is unforgettable.

  24. 99
    Passing Through Says:

    # 31 Marginalized one @ 09/10/2013 at 1:11 pm
    Apparently the trollsl think you just show up somewhere, whip out the cameras and actors and start filming. She doesn’t have a traditional job herself so she doesn’t understand how one’s work is usually predicated on the work of others. In the trolls’ line of work they’re used to just laying on their backs and letting the “client” get on with it. Or getting their knees as the “client” whips it out. Therefore the idea of “pre-production” is unfamiliar to them.

  25. 100
    valis202 Says:

    TYAS is gonna slay come awards time. Even though Gravity is getting amazing reviews, people are not gushing about it the way that they are TYAS. And the other big contenders such as Osange County, the film about Nelson Mandela and the Fifth Estate about Julian Assange have hardly set the festival alight.

    Though I hope that TYAS as a piece of art will see it well through the Oscars, you get the impression that Steve, Michael and Chiwetel are not prepared to play the awards BS that Clooney and Weinstein have perfected to an art form and I hope that this does not disadvantage them come the Oscars.

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