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Angelina Jolie: 'Unbroken' Work Day in Sydney!

Angelina Jolie: 'Unbroken' Work Day in Sydney!

Angelina Jolie flashes a smile while directing scenes for her upcoming film Unbroken on Friday (December 6) in Sydney, Australia.

The 38-year-old actress rocked a black ensemble as she walked around the set demonstrating to her crew what should be happening during filming.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

Unbroken tells the true story of former Olympian and real-life World War II hero Louis Zamperini, whose Air Force plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 1943. He was subsequently taken prisoner by Japanese soldiers and endured harsh circumstances before being saved by U.S. forces at the end of WWII.

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  1. 1
    Phool. Says:


    The amount of Trolling the Tabloids do you’d think by know they can tell the diffrence between all the JP Children but NO here we have Maddox and Daily Fail is calling him PAX LOL

    Good job, Mom! Angelina Jolie gets a visit from son Pax on the set of Unbroken
    PUBLISHED: 11:03, 6 December 2013 | UPDATED: 11:03, 6 December 2013


    She’s been hard at work directing her latest project Unbroken in Sydney, Australia.

    But on Friday, Angelina Jolie afforded herself a brief break as she received a surprise visit from son Pax on the set of the movie.

    The nine-year-old looked in good spirits as he strolled confidently onto the set to catch up with his mother.

    Pax wore a checked shirt and black shorts,grinning widely as he was greeted by cast and crew on the set of the film.

    And Angelina also appeared cheered up after seeing her son, sporting a wide smile as she was photographed on the set later in the day.

    The 38-year-old stuck to her usual colour palette of all black, wearing a loose-fitting black T-shirt, jeans and scuffed black boots, with a large hat to protect her pale complexion from the strong sun.

    She also carried a jacket which she was seen wearing later as the temperatures began to drop.

    But it wasn’t only Pax’s visit which cheered Angelina up.

    She was later seen grinning from ear-to-ear after being given a gift from one of the actors on the set.

    The present, which appeared to be some kind of medal, was presented to Angelina in a navy box, and the actress looked delighted with the gesture.

    After thanking the actor, dressed in army greens, Angelina gave him a big hug before continuing with her day of work – which saw her working on an earthquake sequence.

    Unbroken is an adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand’s 2010 best-selling book that spent 108 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and 14 of those weeks at No. 1.

    It tells the story of the life of Zamperini, an Olympic athlete and war veteran who survived a plane crash during the war and floated on a raft for 47 days before being picked up by the Japanese and sent to a prisoner of war camp.
    Track prodigy Zamperini performed in the 1936 Berlin Olympics at age 19 and even though he didn’t win a medal his excellence in the final lap of the 5,000 meter race impressed Adolf Hitler so much that the dictator insisted on meeting the runner personally.

    Angelina, 37, spoke previously about how the plight of Zamperini affected her.

    She said: ‘It will be hard to make a film worthy of this great man. I am deeply honoured to have the chance and will do all I can to bring Louie’s inspiring story to life.

    ‘Everyone involved in the film shares this deep responsibility. Like all readers of Laura’s book and all people who love and admire Louie, I am a fan who has learned so much. He has made me a better person.’

    And Louis added: ‘Angelina is a human dynamo, and I know she will tell this story in the right way. I’ve received so many letters and talked to so many people who say that Laura’s book has helped them when they were going through hard times.

    ‘I believe the movie will reach even more people with that message.’

    Angelina’s directorial debut was 2011′s In the Land of Blood and Honey, a love story set in the midst of the 1990s Bosnian war.

    As her directorial role for Unbroken was announced earlier this year, Universal Pictures chairman Adam Fogelson and co-chairman Donna Langley said in a joint statement: ‘In her life and in her work, Angelina has embraced stories and causes involving great struggle and triumph over tremendous odds and the basic human condition.

    ‘She has a real ability to illustrate the strength in human spirit which will be essential in telling Lou’s story of survival and great heroism.’

    Unbroken arrives in cinemas on January 16th 2015.

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    Phool. Says:

    Angie looks so happy Bless her

  3. 3
    who Says:

    Angelina hard at work. Everything she does she excels in.

  4. 4
    Phool. Says:

    The DM link that i have posted has more photos as JJ cant offord to buy all lol.

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    who Says:

    Thank you so much to all the fans who posted links and additional pictures. The JP family looks so happy and relaxed and Shi and Knox are two fearless tykes. Maddox has grown, he’s such a teenager now not a little kid anymore.
    All the kids look so happy. Like Angelina said, happy parents equals happy children.

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    Phool. Says:

    Posting Brad’s & Angies Oz link again

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    Phool. Says:

    Devon ‏@MadeinTampa 2h
    Sometimes I can’t even believe there are creatures on this earth walking around with the combined genes of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

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    Phool. Says:

    saten@mayrelally 9h
    Angelina Jolie is literally the most perfect human being

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    Kate Says:

    Is there a reason why she always dresses in black?

  10. 10
    wfb Says:

    She likes it?

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    yes,kate Says:

    to pizz u off.

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    Woman of the year, Angie Says:

    Yesterday Angie was in 2º place, today she is already in 1º place. Wow
    Btw, the Princess Kate was in 1º and now it´s 2º but what the Fvck she have done to be in this list? give a baby ? oh please…
    Angie is the true princess, the Queen, the Goddess , the Angel, the perfect woman and mother, she is true Royalty …
    Let´s vote for Angelina, spread this link, she deserve to be the Woman of the year, this year and every year and every day until the last day….love this woman.

  13. 13
    Phool. Says:

    Please do not communicate with the Troll

  14. 14
    JPS Says:

    Angie doesn’t show up to such things but angie won ultimate celeb inspiration at cosmos women of the year awards

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    Phool. Says:

    @ JPS
    thank you for posting this JPS

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    Angie and Brad beautiful love Says:

    The love and happiness in this family it´s real and beautiful to see.

    I love the interaction between all, Zee and Viv are playing and having fun seeing Knox and Shii doing Paddling… well you know that water sports are not for a Princess like Zee and Viv, they enjoyed to look and spend the time gossiping about the hard work of the fearless Shii and is adventure partner, brave Knox.

    I think too, that Brad have a new tattoo, similar of Angie in is arm. It´s another love prove. In the pics we see the looks of love that Brad and Angie have to each other, it´s lovely and cute.

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    Susan Says:

    Good morning J-P fans.
    Joining fans in sending my condolences to the Mandela Family.
    @Phool, previews Start at the Barrymore Theatre on March 8th.

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    Phool. Says:

    Why Steve McQueen is proof of video art’s cultural irrelevance
    Friday 6 December 2013 11.50 GMT
    Although the latest Turner prize went to a video artist, the 12 Years a Slave director shows that the art form is just a finishing school for serious film-making

    The rise of video and film art appears irresistible. The Turner prize has just been given to a video for the second year in a row. Yet in spite of the successes of Laure Prouvost and Elizabeth Price, the triumph of video art is an illusion. It is not a stable, enduring art form; it may not even be an art form at all. It is in reality an experimental space at the margins of a much bigger culture of the moving image – a place for talented film-makers to mess around with a freedom they could never enjoy in commercial cinema or mainstream television, but which the true artists among them hunger to apply in those bigger, more important arenas.
    For it turns out that video art is just a training ground that can prepare you to make proper films. The proof can be seen in the achievements of a previous Turner prize winner: Steve McQueen. In the 1990s McQueen was making bold and powerful films for galleries; in 1999, he was awarded the Turner prize; ever since, he has continued to show acclaimed art.

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    Phool. Says:

    #Susan @ 12/06/2013 at 8:14 am
    Good Morning Susan
    Thank you for that information i’m penceling that in as a must see.

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    Phool. Says:

    Malala pays tribute to ‘icon of equality’ Mandela
    Fri 6 Dec 2013
    Activist Malala Yousafzai has praised Nelson Mandela as an ‘icon of equality’ and described his long struggle against Apartheid as a ‘great demonstration of humanity’.
    The teenage education campaigner who survived being shot by the Taliban said:”Nelson Mandela is physically separated from us but his soul and spirit will never die. He belongs to the whole world because he is an icon of equality, freedom and love, the values we need all the time everywhere.
    His long, long struggle is a great demonstration of humanity. I have learned so much from Nelson Mandela and he has been my leader. He is a perpetual inspiration for me and millions of others around the world.”
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    Phool. Says:

    Nelson Mandela’s Most Inspiring Quotes

    December 5th 20135:00 pm
    The former South African president’s struggle to overturn apartheid was an inspiration to many around the world. Here are some of the firebrand’s most memorable words. Before his death, Nelson Mandela had already become a larger than life figure for his work ending apartheid in South Africa. But the legend often overshadowed the real Madiba; he was simply a guy who saw inequality in his world and worked to make it right. Looking back at over five decades of his speeches and writings, we find a man who struggled to balance his duty to his family with his fight for his country, his moral drive to do what’s right with his personal pride. While alive, he inspired people through his speeches and letters, particularly those he wrote during his 18-year imprisonment on Robben Island. Here’s a selection of his most inspiring quotes:
    “If I had my time over I would do the same again, so would any man who dares call himself a man.” (After being convicted to five years hard labor, November 1962)
    “I was made, by the law, a criminal, not because of what I had done, but because of what I stood for, because of what I thought, because of my conscience.” (Statement during trial, 1962)
    “I can only say that I felt morally obliged to do what I did.” (At the opening of his trial, April 20, 1964)
    “Social equality is the only basis of human happiness.” (A letter written on August 1, 1970)
    “Difficulties break some men but make others.” (From a letter to wife, Winnie Mandela, from Robben Island, February 1975)
    “I came to accept that I have no right whatsoever to judge others in terms of my own customs.” (From his unpublished autobiographical manuscript, 1975)
    “Great anger and violence can never build a nation. We are striving to proceed in a manner and towards a result, which will ensure that all our people, both black and white, emerge as victors.” (Speech to European Parliament, 1990)
    “Without democracy there cannot be peace.” (South Africa, May 9, 1992)
    “We are fighting for a society where people will cease thinking in terms of colour.” (March 8, 1993)
    “When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.” (Interview for Mandela, 1994)
    “Reconciliation means working together to correct the legacy of past injustice.” (December 16, 1995)
    “I can rest only for a moment, for with freedom come responsibilities, and I dare not linger, for my long walk is not yet ended.” (From Long Walk to Freedom, 1995)
    “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” (From Long Walk to Freedom, 1995)
    “If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.” (From Long Walk to Freedom, 1995)
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    anustin Says:

    good morning all…love the azzzz of the instructor…..delicious!but most of all is the man in 2/3 hair cut!

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    anustin Says:

    @Woman of the year, Angie:

    exactly!!! giving birth made her a princess..bahaha

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    Phool. Says:

    Intresting take from Vulture:

    The Whispered Attacks That Could Sink This Year’s Oscar Contenders
    6th December By Kyle Buchanan – Today at 1:10 PM

    For movie studios and the savvy publicists they employ, Oscar season isn’t simply about touting their own contenders — it’s also a months-long permission slip to launch attacks against their rivals. All it takes is a subtle suggestion at an awards season party, or a cleverly crafted email to a friendly journalist, and suddenly you can advance a narrative that could ultimately take down your movie’s biggest competitor. The films that are most susceptible to these whisper campaigns are the ones that are based on true stories (like 12 Years a Slave and Captain Phillips), since they can be dinged for inaccuracy, but often, the case against these films is more unique and insidious. Here are several of the Best Picture contenders that are currently bearing the brunt of those carefully coaxed whispers.
    12 Years a Slave
    The whisper campaign started early for 12 Years a Slave, owing to its instant frontrunner status. Weeks before the movie was even released, the New York Times published an article questioning whether Solomon Northup actually wrote the memoir that 12 Years is based on; instead, the Times suggested, the tale was mostly told by Northup’s white amanuensis David Wilson, and the article quoted a disbelieving scholar who felt the book couldn’t pass the smell test “as autobiography and/or literature.” On the ground, I hear two more knocks against the film that its rivals are eager to encourage: One is that 12 Years is too brutal to watch, which may keep older voters and the weak-of-will from seeing it, and the other is a curious case being mounted against the film’s director Steve McQueen. The Wrap’s Steve Pond called McQueen “prickly” in one article and in another, suggested that his personality would work against the movie during awards season, and countless other Oscar pundits and publicists picked up on and seconded the idea that McQueen is too haughty or testy to win over voters, reinforcing a notion of the black director that veers dangerously close to calling him “uppity.” It also hasn’t quite been borne out: McQueen’s done a great deal of awards season press and proved himself to be an eager staple of many of this season’s parties and events.
    Lee Daniels’ The Butler
    The brainpower behind The Butler took liberties with the truth, but they’ll freely admit to that: The film is said to be “inspired by a true story,” and though its lead is based on a real-life black butler who served many presidential administrations, director Lee Daniels and writer Danny Strong renamed him and gave him a fictional family and invented personal history to better serve the film. Inaccuracy, then, isn’t the biggest knock I keep hearing against The Butler; instead, rival Oscar teams went wild last month when Deadline published a video advancing the Weinstein-approved narrative that a win for The Butler would be a fitting tribute to its late, beloved producer Laura Ziskin. Nearly every publicist I talked to called the strategy “shameless”; perhaps they’re also scared that the heartstrings-tugging tactic could actually pay off.
    Captain Phillips
    Is Captain Phillips a hero? As played in the film by Tom Hanks, he certainly is, though crewmates of the real-life captain would have you believe otherwise: Nine men who sailed the Maersk Alabama with Phillips are suing their shipping company for millions, arguing that Phillips ignored warnings to stay away from the Somali coast and knowingly steered his ship into pirate-infested waters. “For the first half of the movie, I was sitting there laughing at inappropriate times,” an attorney for the crew members told Radar. “I knew they were going to stretch the truth, but I just didn’t know they were going to stretch it as far as they did!” Some of the members complained to the New York Post that in reality, Captain Phillips is an “arrogant” man who “no one wants to sail with,” and that his movie act of self-sacrifice never actually happened. It’s no surprise, then, that the studio has been making the captain available for interviews: According to him, the only notable inaccuracy is the presence of four-lane roads in the movie’s Vermont-set prologue.
    Here’s one whisper campaign that Harvey Weinstein is trying to use to his advantage: After New York Post critic Kyle Smith bashed the Judi Dench vehicle Philomena as a “hateful and boring attack on Catholics,” Weinstein spun the controversy into a marketing campaign that urges potential moviegoers to “decide for themselves.” At issue is the film’s depiction of cruel nuns who forced the real-life Philomena Lee into years of servitude after she became pregnant at a young age (they later sold her child to an adoptive couple, a devastating act that powers the film’s central search for his modern-day whereabouts). Lee herself wrote a kindly open letter to Smith that Weinstein ran on Deadline last week, and he’ll excerpt it in a full-page Times ad this weekend.
    Saving Mr. Banks
    The fact that Disney has made a movie about its founder Walt Disney presents all sorts of unusual conflicts of interest, and the studio attempted to get out in front of the situation with a friendly Times piece alleging that director John Lee Hancock and writer Kelly Marcel had free reign to create a “warts and all” depiction of the man. “Wow, this was so not the battle I anticipated,” producer Allison Owen told the Times, adding, “[The studio] behaved impeccably.” And it might have worked, if star Tom Hanks hadn’t then recalled a “no way in hell” objection from the studio when Hancock attempted to show the studio chief with a lit cigarette in his hand, an image insubordination that actually led to a “negotiation” between the filmmakers and the studio. But Disney himself isn’t the only one coming in for accusations of whitewashing, since the movie’s central character, Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers, receives a bit of image rehab herself. While she’s still portrayed as ornery, the movie leaves out her blithe adoption of a son she then mostly tried to get rid of, and doesn’t even hint at her bisexuality and risque writing. Hitfix’s Drew McWeeny also took issue with how the film totally reinterprets a climactic encounter at the Mary Poppins premiere to better suit its heartwarming narrative.
    Dallas Buyers Club
    The AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club has gotten plenty of acclaim for its transformative performances from Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto, but not everyone is thrilled that these straight actors (and straight director Jean-Marc Vallée) were the ones entrusted with this sensitive subject. “The people tackling [the film] — and being heroized within it — do not embody the group of people who were most ravaged by AIDS,” wrote Indiewire’s Peter Knegt, while other columnists have asked why Leto played a role that should have gone to a transgender performer. The filmmakers can at least argue that the disputed narrative — a straight, AIDS-afflicted man helps smuggle treatment drugs to an appreciative gay clientele — is based on a true story, but only to a point: Leto’s character Rayon and Jennifer Garner’s kind doctor were both invented for the film.

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    Phool. Says:

    #anustin @ 12/06/2013 at 8:31 am
    LOL Stop drooling over other men,…. remeber Brad ?

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