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Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's New Movie Will Film in Malta

Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's New Movie Will Film in Malta

It has been confirmed that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be filming their upcoming movie together in Malta!

“I’m happy that Hollywood producers have once again chosen Malta for their project, and we will be delighted to host Mr. Pitt, Ms. Jolie, and their family for the second time in just a few years,” the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, said in a statement. “I’m sure that this film will help put our beautiful sister island of Gozo on the world map.”

“They’ll be filming in Mgarr ix-Xini Bay in Gozo,” an insider told Us Weekly. “The whole family will be staying in Malta for eight weeks, arriving at the end of August.”

Details on the movie’s plot aren’t available yet, but it is a love story and according to Angie, “it’s the kind of movie we love but aren’t often cast in.”

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# 1

Awesome news love these two

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Can’t wait to hear more about it, and to see Angelina and Brad team up again on screen.

# 3

yayyyy good news of the JP family!
congrats and looking forward for more movies and beautiful scenery (I already enjoy it with GOT!)

# 4

So EXCITED for this project

# 5

Here comes Mr.&Mrs.Smith Chapter 2!!! YAY can’t wait :)

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vicki from texas:
I left you a response on the last thread. Hope you see it!

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# 8

As we speak the whole media will be camping for next two months in Malta’s Island Gozo LOL

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Just as I said. I hope it’s a M&MS redux where they continue to elude an assassin as they try to patch up their differences. They’ll have children so they would have to team up again and go into action. It would be like a James Bond movie where they will chase each other around the small island of Malta. Then they would retire happily ever after in a vineyard in France.
Or, I wish they would do a Hepburn-Tracy kind of film. A dramedy.

Thank you phool for all the articles. Love them.

She has already said it is not a sequel to Mr and Mrs.. nor is it a spy movie.
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I’m waiting for more details.. but since neither have an interview or promotional duties we won’t hear anything until Brad promotes Fury and they will probably be finished filming at that time.
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You have to love how just the announcement of them on film together is going to generate lots of buzz.

Louis Zamperini’s greatest victory came through faith in Christ
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By Jamie Dean Posted July 3, 2014, 01:57 p.m.
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Obituary | Celebrated war hero aimed to shift glory to God and others
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CHARLOTTE, N.C.—When I met Louis Zamperini at the Billy Graham Library here in Charlotte on a hot June morning in 2011, dozens of eager fans had already formed a long line outside, clutching water bottles and copies of the book that had made the World War II veteran famous.
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The decorated war hero—who died yesterday at age 97—was in town to sign copies of Laura Hillenbrand’s best-selling account of his extraordinary life. Unbroken had already topped the New York Times bestseller list, and it remains on the list today, ranking No. 4. According to Hillenbrand’s website, only four other nonfiction books in history have remained on the list longer.
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The book sketches the remarkable tale of Zamperini’s experiences as an Olympic runner and a World War II soldier who courageously survived a plane crash, 47 days on a raft in the Pacific Ocean, and two years of brutality in Japanese prison camps.
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But in a small meeting room near the back of the Billy Graham Library’s barn-shaped building on that June morning in 2011, Zamperini mostly talked about other people.
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Sitting at the end of a long conference table, wearing his trademark navy Olympic jacket and his red University of Southern California hat, Zamperini first talked about Hillenbrand. The author of the bestseller Seabiscuit had spent seven years painstakingly piecing together an account of Zamperini’s life while combating a debilitating case of chronic fatigue syndrome.
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Extreme weakness and vertigo confined Hillenbrand to her home, and she never met Zamperini in person while she worked on the book. Instead, she spent hundreds of hours interviewing Zamperini and others by phone, and researching archive materials and official documents via the internet and mail. The pair became friends without meeting, and Hillenbrand once called Zamperini “a virtuoso of joy.”
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When the subject of resilience came up, Zamperini talked about Hillenbrand that June morning: “Now that’s a courageous lady.” He was so struck by her perseverance through her illness, Zamperini did what seemed most logical to him: “I sent her one of my Purple Hearts.”
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When Hillenbrand, then 43, didn’t have strength to travel for a book tour, Zamperini took on the job for her. The then-94-year-old embarked on a book-signing excursion that took him to stops all over the country, where he spent hours giving media interviews and meeting admiring fans.
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Next, Zamperini talked about Billy Graham. The veteran’s appearance at the Billy Graham Library that morning carried special significance for Zamperini: He became a Christian during a Billy Graham crusade in Los Angeles in 1949.
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Hillenbrand located the sermon Graham preached that October evening in 1949, and included the scene in Unbroken. As Zamperini battled anger and bitter memories of the hellish ordeal of war, Graham preached: “Here tonight, there’s a drowning man, a drowning boy, a drowning girl that is out lost in the sea of life.”
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The next night, Zamperini returned to the tent, and Graham again preached the gospel of salvation from sin through faith in Christ. This time Zamperini responded. He and his wife both embraced Christ.
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Zamperini said he was thankful for Graham’s ministry, and thrilled that Hillenbrand included the account in her book. (Hopefully the forthcoming Angelina Jolie–directed film based on the book will do likewise.) Shortly after the release of Unbroken, Zamperini found a letter in his mailbox from Graham. “Dear Louis,” it began. “My associate read me parts of the new book about you yesterday. What a life you have lived. What a description you have in the book of your conversion to Christ in 1949, and the great part that [your wife] Cynthia played in it. … I had tears in my eyes and praise in my heart for what God has done through you.”
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I asked Zamperini—who maintained a devout Christian faith and service throughout the rest of his life—how important it was for the story of his conversion and faith to make it into the book. His reply was simple: “There wouldn’t be a book without it.”
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Zamperini saw his conversion as the hinge for all that went before it, and all that followed in his long life. He wanted as many other people as possible to hear about salvation through Christ through his own story: “That’s the message of the book.”
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Indeed, when Zamperini reflected on the best day of his life, he didn’t mention the day he was liberated from a Japanese war camp. Instead, he said, “It was the day I came to Christ.”
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It seems fitting that Zamperini died during the week that America celebrates its independence from tyranny. But for Zamperini, Christ’s triumph over the tyranny of sin, darkness, and eternal death was the greatest victory of all.
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Before I left that morning, I asked Zamperini to sign my own copy of Unbroken that I had brought along. It sits open on my desk today, bearing Zamperini’s strong signature, and the same message he must have written in hundreds of other books that day: “Be Hardy.”
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http://www.worldmag.com/2014/07/louis_zamperini_s_greatest_victory_came_through_faith_in_christ/page1

#trt @ 07/05/2014 at 5:21 pm
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You’re Welcome trt.

just sayin @ 07/05/2014 at 5:29 pm

Angie said it is an experimental, raw, emotional indie movie.

Brad and Angie were very funny in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, they should do more comedies together.

#busted @ 07/05/2014 at 5:25 pm
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Hi busted , you know Malta are rubbing their hands with glee with the prospect of Brad &Angie coming to their country no wonder the Prime Minister of the country is shouting from the roof tops can you imagine the amount of tourism & attention Gozo in particular is getting. This project is going full steam ahead, one thing is for sure Brad & Angie doesn’t sit on their laurels do they. I wonder if the casting call is already out?

Maleficent
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Domestic Total as of Jul. 4, 2014:

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Domestic: $209,592,000
+ Foreign: $392,400,000
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= Worldwide: $601,992,000

Angie’s interview in Shanghai said that Mr. and Mrs. Smith was very important to her because 6 children later it made an impression.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x201da2_angelina-jolie-maleficent-interview-in-shanghai-03june14_people

@Phool.: @ 07/05/2014 at 5:34 pm
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How are you doing Phool.. hope you had and are having a good weekend.
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yep they are extremely excited that Brad/Angie will be filming there.. Maybe one of the fans can help me with this.. I have a memory of Brad giving an interview talking about how he had always wanted to show Angie Malta.. or maybe it was somewhere else..
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@JPS:

So cute.. Brad has said the exact same thing..
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Thank goodness for that movie.. @ @
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Selfish Brad @ 07/05/2014 at 5:47 pm

How do you find a balance between your work life and family life? You’ve got six kids and an amazing career, so how do you make it work, especially when you and Brad are each off doing World War II epics, at the same time?

JOLIE: Well, that was hard. The kids went back and forth sometimes, and we’d each have some, but most of the time, I had them all and it was hard.

Selfish Brad @ 07/05/2014 at 5:47 pm

but most of the time, I had them all and it was hard.

Selfish Brad @ 07/05/2014 at 5:48 pm

but most of the time, I had them all and it was hard.

Selfish Brad @ 07/05/2014 at 5:48 pm

but most of the time, I had them all and it was hard.

Deatbeat troll is having a meltdown again. Lol

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