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Angelina Jolie: Back to Work on 'Unbroken' After Family Weekend!

Angelina Jolie: Back to Work on 'Unbroken' After Family Weekend!

Angelina Jolie calls out a direction while on the set of her upcoming film Unbroken on Monday (December 9) in Sydney, Australia.

The 38-year-old actress is back to work after spending the weekend with her very lovely children!

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The day before, Angelina took all of her kids – Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, Knox, 5, and Vivienne, 5 – to see a showing of The Lion King.

Earlier in the weekend, Angelina spent some time with her four youngest at a book store.

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  1. 151
    who? Says:


  2. 152
    Phool. Says:

    ## 145 Passing Through @ 12/09/2013 at 12:10 pm
    Glad you liked it , I thought you might have missed it under my thousand of posts lol, I tried posting the whole article but JJ system was having non of it, It was refreshing hearing Caseys take on things and his Brad & Domink admaration.
    I hope they can re-ralease it on cinimas just a one off like they are doing with some other old movies at the moment I have a feeling they would have a whole lot of new audience going for it.

  3. 153
    Susan Says:

    @Go Figure!: Did Fishsticks sign the contract, before she sang at the Oscar”s? because if she did, that is why the contract died on the vine, lol.

  4. 154
    Cassi Says:

    Love Conquers All @ 12/09/2013 at 12:11 pm

    Okay now this sounds a bit early to say. But I’ve been seeing some so-called backlash that TYAS didn’t win either of the big three( NYFC,NBR,LAFC)
    NBR always chooses WB’s movies, so don’t need care for NBR. AT NYFC, TYAS was very close to win. About LAFC, if you look at their records for Best Picture Winners in the past, most of them didn’t win Oscars.

  5. 155
    an oldie Says:

    Ticky had a CAA company Christmas party, that’s all. Once again all her friends are either on her payroll or work related.

    I was thinking the same thing. We all know that Ticky and Goopy are not friends. How often we see them together? Almost never. No family members invited, as usual. This is more like a business networking opportunity party. Wonder if attack dog Handler was there.

  6. 156
    Phool. Says:

    #Premalee @ 12/09/2013 at 12:20 pm
    Good Afternoon Prem
    How are you my sis been a while haven’t spoken I hope you are feeling much better Asthma wise, and hopefully looking after yourself. Thank you for your kind words in regards to my posting much appreciated bless you . Got to go will see you tomorrow.

  7. 157
    valis202 Says:

    There are some, even seemingly “mature” Oscar voters, that might not overcome their biases and/or jealousies no matter what Brad or Steve or anybody else does. Is it right? Of course not, but it does not take away from how amazing TYAS is.
    Totally agree. It is a truly remarkable piece of film making with or without the awards.

  8. 158
    Love Conquers All Says:


    Yeah, same thing happen to Argo. Argo did’t win any major critics awards, only the minors critics awards. Then suddenly when Argo won Golden Globes and after that it was on a roll through the Oscars. I always believe that TYAS was thee underdog because of subject, independent thinkers people like Brad and Steve behind the film. I’m still amazed that Brad and Steve were able to make an historic classic film for ages.

  9. 159
    Ⱦamsin Says:

    ROFLMAO… here I was just last week complimenting Jared on his elaborate paid posts to describe the Hor of Babyloon pretending to know about filmmaking , and now he’s dropped the ball with his “calls out a direction”… BWHAHAHAHA.

    Poor thing, no one believes she’s doing anything, and I’ve never seen any actor-turned-director more desperate to prove that they know what they’re doing. There were no photo ops every other day when Affleck was shooting “Argo”, but the Ho is simply out of her mind seeking validation. Say she’s “calling out a direction” is the equivalent of one of her hired paps capturing one of her sad/concerned looks in front of a refugee and then Jared saying she’s doing humanitarian work. The pay must be really good if you get to publish this kind of trashy puff pieces on her behalf. LOL!

  10. 160
    wth Says:

    What counts this week is the sag nominations. If 12YAS is nom for best ensemble, then it’s a shoo-in for Best Picture Oscar nom.

  11. 161
    plez Says:

    Good to see the filming of Unbroken is going along smoothly. From tweets it seems the actors got along very well and the love Angelina as a director.
    All I hope is TYAS get lots of Oscar nominations and they win some SAG/PGA/DGA awards.
    So Ticky can plan a bday party for Tacky, plan a Thanksgiving party and now a tree trimming party but does not have the time to plan a small wedding. LOL I say it again the girl is waiting for Brad and Angelina to get married.

  12. 162
    Love Conquers All Says:

    @an oldie:

    We all know this is PR stunt by Husvey. Ticky and Goop are nothing but low-fame actress, plain jane faces and will never reach that status of Angie and Brad. This so called Christmas party by Ticky is just to show how calculated ticky is. This was all planed out.

  13. 163
    awwww Says:

    Knox’s smile in the pic with The Lion King cast reminds me of Doug’s son Landon Pitt. Knox and Landon have the similar smiles. Landon is a handsome young man.

  14. 164
    first and last post Says:

    Hi phool,
    you’ve been MIA and I know you did not see my post to you in response to a good article you posted from two threads ago maybe. So I’m reposting it here because it fits in with this article as well. Many contenders this year.
    If anyone is upset that this long a.s.s. post is reposted, it’s phool’s fault LOL. I love doing that to you phool…because you are a good sport.
    # 130 first and last post @ 12/07/2013 at 1:32 pm
    OT from previous thread for phool, please skip if not interested.
    re: # 24 Phool. @ 12/06/2013 at 8:39 am
    thanks Phool for this article and being courageous enough to post it amongst the potential for race baiters … the fact is “what is a good movie” vs “what is an oscar potential winner”…are movies based on fact not good enough or the directors/writers not creative enough to make factual dramas worthy of audience attention. Are movie makers now attuned to adding characters, elaborating on a “desirable” asset of a character or plot only to make money…is the political implications of the origins of a movie basis now susceptible to scrunity? OR is it the public viewer who is demanding what is dictating the direction of movie making these days? I can certainly see fact oriented viewers vs the more emotionally driven viewers being at odds and does stating “inspired by a true story,” not taken seriously by spectators and critics, that “whitewashing characters” to promote only the positive aspects or that a “book couldn’t pass the smell test “as autobiography and/or literature,” and “dinged for inaccuracy” make a movie less enjoyable or does the passing on a movie as factual embed in the viewer a lie and a disenchantment of what is to be believed anymore. I guess the question at hand is who now is more important…the movie maker(s) or the audience and the answer of course is both, obviously money making and profit do not impress Oscar decision makers and thusly the individual Academy voter decides from their own perspective…most likely their personal artistic POV depending on their specialty albeit, directing, acting, etc. And the bigger question is why even have award ceremonies such as Oscars, et al become so notable…because it begs the question who are they trying to service…the people within the industry who are honored to be recognized as a nominee or the television viewer who thinks these awards are “that” important they actually identify with all aspects of its presentation including mistakenly believing they actually have a say in the outcome, thereby inadvertently being used as a tool boosting the TV ratings for bigger ad monies for both the TV stations and the Award Organization who gets part of the proceeds…it’s win-win for them with the viewer as just the slouch on the couch who gets to watch from the outside what they cannot access from the inside and only project onto what they want…that’s what entertainment is all about…escape from the day to day dreariness of each’s own non-glamorous mundane reality and I suspect and rightfully so, the non HW Academy slouch on the couch is being played for ad money and sponsorship…their HW peers vote and not the public and it is strictly a one-sided ceremony. And when one thinks about it, other than the money thingy LOL, the viewer will see pretty much anything especially when bored and it’s the filmmakers that do all the work and should deserve credit in that their end product reflects their livelihood…it’s the same as judging an awards ceremony for the best janitorial service on any floor of any institution…it’s only important to those contending for the award…no one else should take it seriously LOL. Movie going is a bigger version TV screen and more of a social outing event with all the social amenities rather than emphasis on the quality of movie itself…proof being all the really bad movies pushed on the public My point being race baiting, fact baiting, money baiting et al for any awards ceremony yet alone the Oscars is not only moot but fruitless and misdirected…it is what it is…relevant only for those involved and those privileged within the industry to vote…everyone else is merely an outsider…so why make a big deal? Rhetorical Q.
    All the movies in that article from what I’ve read are very good and equal contenders in their own right. Americans are such a class society…there always has to be a number one when in reality there are no #1‘s and for different reasons, there can rightfully be many #1‘s and Americans need to see the value in that because linear goals can only result in disappointment and therefore “failure” for those who cannot see the forest amongst the trees.
    again Phool, thanks for this interesting article.

  15. 165
    Susan Says:

    If I was a magazine, what pictures would I put on the front, old hags arriving at a Hag’s party or a loving family on a boat enjoying themselves.
    Sometimes I feel sad for Ticky but it don’t last long, because of all the lies and spiteful things she pulled in the last nine years.
    Shout out to Lylian, hope things are settling down on the home front. you know as soon as the word Karma pop in my thoughts,I remembered her always explaining what the word meant.

  16. 166
    credit:female first Says:

    Yup, Jolie’s doing the fake-o “happy-fambly-all-together” song and dance for the cameras to try and DROWN OUT that story about “BRAD’S CHEATING!”, you can bet! The fact that she felt the need to suddenly very publicly drag out the “promise ring” and wear it very ostentatiously underlines THAT as well, as well as making sure the data about the family outing was ‘leaked”. Wish I could have been a fly on the wall to have heard what went on..I bet Jolie had a cabin all to herself so she , while Brad and the nannies wrangled the kids!

  17. 167
    fyi Says:

    The ‘Jesse James’ revival sets sail from Queens

    A resuscitated masterpiece hits the road to redemption

    By Kristopher Tapley Sunday, Dec 8, 2013 3:50 AM

    As for Saturday’s big event, it was a wonderful start to what will hopefully be an endless line of bookings on the repertory circuit, not just nationally, but internationally. It was the first time I had seen the film theatrically since September of 2007 and the DCP was naturally more beautiful than a typical release print. I couldn’t possibly write more about this film other than to put it, simply, this way: Every December, basically around this time of year, after I’ve seen another 12 months’-worth of cinema, I always say to myself, “Well, another year gone, another year without a film as good as ‘Jesse James.’” That’s how passionate I remain about this film; I don’t believe the world has seen a better one since. (You can read more extended thoughts on the next page.)

    For instance, he talked about how Warner Bros. didn’t like the screenplay but probably figured, “Brad [Pitt] wants to do it and we can do it for under 40 [million dollars] and we want him to do the next ‘Ocean’s’ movie so fu-ck it.” He said he felt the film was “doomed” from the outset but nevertheless noted, as he did in our exclusive interview with him, that his naiveté had plenty to do with the ultimate post-production gridlock the film found itself in. “I can’t remember how many times they fired me,” he said, “but I always managed to get back in there.”

  18. 168
    Love Conquers All Says:

    The Online Film Critics Society Announces 17th Annual Awards

    Best Picture
    12 Years a Slave
    American Hustle
    Before Midnight
    Blue Is the Warmest Color
    Drug War
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Short Term 12
    The Wind Rises

    Best Animated Feature
    Despicable Me 2
    From Up on Poppy Hill
    Monsters University
    The Wind Rises

    Best Film Not in the English Language
    Blue Is the Warmest Color
    Drug War
    Museum Hours
    The Wind Rises

    Best Documentary
    56 Up
    The Act of Killing
    At Berkeley
    Stories We Tell

    Best Director
    Joel Coen, Ethan Coen – Inside Llewyn Davis
    Alfonso Cuaron – Gravity
    Spike Jonze – Her
    Steve McQueen – 12 Years a Slave
    Hayao Miyazaki – The Wind Rises

    Best Actor
    Chiwetel Ejiofor – 12 Years a Slave
    Tom Hanks – Captain Phillips
    Oscar Isaac – Inside Llewyn Davis
    Mads Mikkelsen – The Hunt
    Joaquin Phoenix – Her

    Best Actress
    Amy Adams – American Hustle
    Cate Blanchett – Blue Jasmine
    Julie Delpy – Before Midnight
    Adèle Exarchopoulos – Blue Is the Warmest Color
    Brie Larsen – Short Term 12

    Best Supporting Actor
    Barkhad Abdi – Captain Phillips
    Michael Fassbender – 12 Years a Slave
    Jared Leto – Dallas Buyers Club
    Matthew McConaughey – Mud
    Sam Rockwell – The Way, Way Back

    Best Supporting Actress
    Sally Hawkins – Blue Jasmine
    Scarlett Johansson – Her
    Jennifer Lawrence – American Hustle
    Lupita Nyong’o – 12 Years a Slave
    Léa Seydoux – Blue Is the Warmest Color

    Best Original Screenplay
    American Hustle
    Blue Jasmine
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Museum Hours

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    12 Years a Slave
    Before Midnight
    In the House
    Short Term 12
    The Wind Rises

    Best Editing
    12 Years a Slave
    Drug War
    Inside Llewyn Davis

    Best Cinematography
    12 Years a Slave
    The Grandmaster
    The Great Beauty
    Inside Llewyn Davis

    Link below of the website

  19. 169
    credit:female first Says:

    @credit:female first:

    Jolie is a single mother with six children, it is sad

  20. 170
    valis202 Says:

    @Love Conquers All:
    Wow. A really electric set of nominations from the Online Critics. Struck by the Best Actor Category where Chiwetel is the only one of the critics awards winners so far to be nominated in this category.

    TYAS appears to be the only film that appears to be consistently being nominated for all of the critics awards so far.

  21. 171
    just Saying Says:

    Unbroken production is moving forward smoothly. Angie is a very effective and productive director. Unbroken and Fury could finish at the same time based on the speed of Unbroken production. There is nothing this woman can’t do.

  22. 172
    Cassi Says:

    @Love Conquers All
    wow. No Redford, Leo and MM in The Online Film Critics Society Best Actor nods.

  23. 173
    Mia Says:

    She is not directing this movie, it´s just one of her roles, playing a director…lol
    Fake Ange and Phony Brad are boring and terribly bad actors. Brad has a caveman vibe to it, he is so unarticulated, so unbelievable boring and uncharismatic.
    The JP world wh.ores are the biggest laughing stock in HW. No wonder, they needed an economic mainstay to get ahead. It´s really a shame that they´re using little kids as flagship / family trademark for the CFR, the UN and the NATO – politically well known for their false flag humanitarian interventions.
    The JP´s are so driven by their own greed, ugh, disgusting!!

  24. 174
    Ⱦamsin Says:

    Oh lol I’m loving seeing the loons getting desperate now that TYAS is losing all major critics awards! So what’s the excuse… “racism”? A “boicott”? Ahahahaha…. did I call it or what? TYAS has already peaked, early in the season, and now people are calling it OVERRATED.

    And here loons were already celebrating, and planning washing their rotting undergarments and stained night gowns for Oscar day, because they were certain that they’d be watching drug addict heading for the podium with a “thank you” speech prepared. Sorry loons, time to wake up and smell the coffee! XD

  25. 175
    LMFAO Says:

    Lol. Chin’s so predictable. She’s pissed she didn’t get the attention she wanted from her fake tree picking story the way the JPs yatch trip did. So what do you do? Staged a party! Btw, how did she have time to throw a party? Wasn’t her excuse for holding the ready to happen wedding was because she was so busy she has no time for an hour ceremony? Bitchhhh probably forgot her lame excuse again. That’s what happens if you keep on lying, sometimes you just can’t keep up with it.

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