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Angelina Jolie Says Directing Husband Brad Pitt Was 'Tricky'

Angelina Jolie Says Directing Husband Brad Pitt Was 'Tricky'

Angelina Jolie looks stunning with Jack O’Connell on the brand new cover of DuJour Magazine‘s winter issue.

Here’s what the 39-year-old actress and director had to share with the mag:

On giving up acting: “I’ve never been comfortable as an actor; I’ve never loved being in front of the camera. I didn’t ever think I could direct, but I hope I’m able to have a career at it because I’m much happier.”

On making By The Sea with husband Brad Pitt: “Compared to Unbroken, this film is a walk in the park. The tricky thing is directing myself and directing Brad. It’s hard, dramatic material, and we’re balancing. It’s a heavy film, and it’s not easy for us. But even as you struggle through it, you’re in the trenches together and you don’t expect it to be easy. We’re challenging each other and that’s a really good thing.”

On Unbroken and her sons: “In the back of my mind, I wanted to make a film that would help my boys become better men. They know Louie’s story, so I’m able to say to them that it’s not bad to be full of fire—it’s what you choose to do with that fire.”

For more on Angelina, visit DuJour.com.

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  • SuperNiceMe

    She looks like her youngest daughter in these photos. Angelina & Jack look good together.

  • http://instagram.com/i.love.brad.and.angie Ako si Gladys

    BEAUTIFUL, as always

  • fyi
  • Doutzen
  • fyi

    New video featuring Angie and Brad with unsung heros of Australia at Unbroken premiere

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdyA0hT_zi0&feature=player_embedded

  • Love Conquers All

    Of course, Angie is slaying all these current covers. Angie is truly sublime and Jack is always a handsome gentleman the shots.

  • Love Conquers All

    Gotta say Universal is moving ahead with their campaign on Unbroken. And I’m pleased to say their doing an awesome job. Can’t wait for the Golden Globes nominations announcements in the coming next week.

  • http://instagram.com/i.love.brad.and.angie Ako si Gladys

    is this the MIRACLES song by Coldplay???
    i love it, it’s amazing

  • fyi

    Angelina Jolie Plans to Quit Acting: 6 Revelations From Her Du Jour Magazine Cover Story (Exclusive Photos)http://www.thewrap.com/angelina-jolie-is-quitting-acting-6-revelations-from-her-du-jour-magazine-cover-story-exclusive-photos/

    The director and her
    “Unbroken” star Jack O’Connell share a cover story full of insight about
    her filmmaking and future behind the camera

    As Angelina Jolie prepares to deliver “Unbroken,” her largest directorial effort yet, the star says she’s “absolutely” quitting acting for good.

    “I’ve never been comfortable as an actor; I’ve never loved being in front of the camera,” Jolie tells the winter issue of Du Jour magazine.

    “I didn’t ever think I could direct, but I hope I’m able to have a
    career at it because I’m much happier,” she said. When asked if her plan
    was to give up acting all together, Jolie responded, “Absolutely.”

    The spread was shot on Gozo Island off of Malta, the location of her next directorial effort “By The Sea,” an onscreen reunion for she and husband Brad Pitt. Jolie
    and O’Connell cover the glossy under the dramatic sell line: “The
    world’s most famous woman and the dashing newcomer she made a star.”

    In addition to removing thespian from her resume, here are five other revelations we found in Du Jour:

    Brad Pitt had his doubts about ‘Unbroken’
    After Universal sent Jolie a four-sentence synopsis of the
    project to gauge her interest, ”I went home and I said to Brad, ‘I’m
    really curious about this film … this man’s life seems so interesting.’
    And Brad said, ‘Oh, honey, that project has been around forever.’” Jolie
    never lost interest, though.

    The studio showed her Clint Eastwood-level respect

    “We weren’t looking at her as a new director any more than people were when Clint Eastwood or Robert Redford
    first stepped behind the camera,” Universal exec Peter Kramer said of
    Jolie, adding “she’s obviously had a tremendous amount of experience in
    the movie business.”

    A clash of maternal and artistic instincts
    Bringing to life the harrowing wartime conditions survived by
    “Unbroken’s” subject Louis Zamperini, Jolie put her employees through
    some extreme conditions.

    “All the boys had to starve — even the extras –and we’d have days
    when there were 200 young men just standing in the heat,” she said.

    “The mother in me wanted to stop and put everyone under a tent and
    give them water and just call it a day. The other side of me had to do
    my job and push it forward.”

    Setting an example for her sons
    “In the back of my mind, I wanted to make a film that would
    help my boys become better men,” she said of Maddox, Pax and Knox
    Jolie-Pitt. “They know Louie’s story, so I’m able to say to them that
    it’s not bad to be full of fire — it’s what you choose to do with that
    fire.”

    Nurturing Her Newcomer
    O’Connell arrived to the shoot under duress, having just
    learned of a close pal’s liver cancer diagnosis. The piece points out he
    lost his own father to pancreatic cancer as a teen.

    “I was feeling my worst … and the only way I could possibly see him
    was if someone were to expedite the journey,” O’Connell said. “Angie
    arranged for a helicopter. The same weekend, she organized some of my
    closest people around a table to have a meal with me. That exceeded the
    requirements of a director.”

    Jolie is no stranger to grappling with the disease, having lost her mother Marcheline in 2007 to ovarian cancer, and herself undergoing a double mastectomy in 2013 in efforts to remain cancer free.

    “All I wanted to do was be on set and repay the favor. That isn’t a
    conventional actor-director relationship, so for her to make me feel
    like this was a two-way investment was so important,” O’Connell said.
    “Unbroken” opens in theaters nationwide on Christmas Day, Dec. 25.

  • ndn

    Beautiful cover…her face is so mesmerizing…

  • ndn

    Angie just exudes elegant in these pics…and Jack looks great too…

  • Scarlett

    Gorgeous. It’s a beautiful shoot. I’m really pleased she’s found a position within the industry that she loves and is comfortable with, I’m just sad we had to wait so long for it to happen, she’s one hell of a director.

  • ndn

    Hi LCA…
    I think the GG nominations won’t be announced til Dec 12…

  • Love Conquers All

    What great in-depth interviews by Angie and Jack. I love this quote from the interview:
    “The studio showed her Clint Eastwood-level respect”.
    “We weren’t looking at her as a new director any more than people were when Clint Eastwood or Robert Redford
    first stepped behind the camera,” Universal exec Peter Kramer said of
    Jolie, adding “she’s obviously had a tremendous amount of experience in
    the movie business.”

    That right there shows why Angie is the forceful power in Hollywood along with Brad. Angie is truly the queen of Hollywood, not JLAW, Streep, or Bullock.

  • ndn

    Thanks…never seen these clips before…

  • Love Conquers All

    Hi NDN and good morning. ‘

    That GG nominations date is right, I’m just looking forward to Angie getting that Best director nomination and for Best Picture.

  • ndn

    I love this part too…it goes to show Angie has expanded her career into directing with ease…of course we’ll miss her on screen…but let’s hope not anytime soon…

  • http://instagram.com/i.love.brad.and.angie Ako si Gladys

    angie is a cultural icon
    and no one will ever be closed to her status in this lifetime

  • ndn

    I hope she’s getting nominated as best actress in musical/comedy category for Maleficent too!!!!

  • fyi

    Angelina Jolie Admits She’s “Never Been Comfortable as an Actor,” Says Directing Husband Brad Pitt Is “Tricky”

    Take
    a good look now, because Angelina Jolie’s gorgeous face may be moving
    behind the camera — permanently. The actress took a break from filming
    with love Brad Pitt in Malta recently to sit down with DuJour’s Adam
    Rathe for the magazine’s winter 2014 issue, which features the Unbroken
    director alongside the star of her new movie, Jack O’Connell. During the
    chat, she confirmed to the mag that she “absolutely” plans to give up
    acting in the future.

    “I’ve never been comfortable as an actor;
    I’ve never loved being in front of the camera,” the Best Supporting
    Actress Oscar winner admitted. “I didn’t ever think I could direct, but I
    hope I’m able to have a career at it because I’m much happier.”

    She’s
    certainly on the right path. At 39, Jolie has two feature films under
    her belt — the just-premiered Unbroken and 2011′s In the Land of Blood
    and Honey — as well as a third in production. The latter is By the Sea,
    a movie she wrote and is directing and starring in with Pitt.

    “Compared
    to Unbroken, this film is a walk in the park,” she told DuJour of the
    romantic period drama, the couple’s first onscreen reunion since 2005′s
    Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the movie that brought them together.

    That’s
    not to say there aren’t challenges, of course — just that the
    challenges they have aren’t quite as extreme or grueling as, say,
    playing a POW in World War II, which is what English actor O’Connell had
    to do as Louis Zamperini in Unbroken. (“It’s hard to highlight one
    particular point because the whole film was very f—ing brutal,”
    O’Connell told DuJour.)

    With
    By the Sea, Jolie explained, “The tricky thing is directing myself and
    directing Brad. It’s hard, dramatic material, and we’re balancing.”

    The
    couple — parents to kids Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8,
    and twins Knox and Vivienne, 6 — began shooting the movie shortly after
    their hush-hush French wedding in August. In a way, it was their
    honeymoon, which Pitt jokingly described as “dysfunctional” back in
    October.

    “It’s a heavy film, and it’s not easy for us,” Jolie
    told DuJour. “But even as you struggle through it, you’re in the
    trenches together and you don’t expect it to be easy. We’re challenging
    each other and that’s a really good thing.”

    For more from Angelina Jolie’s interview, pick up the new issue of DuJour magazine.

    http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/angelina-jolie-says-shes-never-comfortable-acting-talks-brad-pitt-20141911

  • just saying

    Angie looks so beautiful, By the Sea seems heavy, emotional and challenging. Can’t wait to see it.

  • ndn

    Absolutely…we’ve never seen another one like her ever…she’s got it all…beauty, talent, humility, kind, unselfish…the superlatives are not enough to describe what Angie is…

  • AWHODAT

    OMG….i was just lurking at cb and saw this comment. i dont comment there but anyone of you fans who do, you can big up this poster, ‘Chris’ who said this:

    “Chris2 says:
    November 19, 2014 at 11:40 am
    I’ve repeated this ad nauseam re AJ, but Wolfpup’s comment brings it to mind again:
    • You-know-who (NOT Voldemort!) said that ‘Beauty is a form of genius’, and for once an epigram stands up to scrutiny.
    AJ’s beauty has a real power, like a great maths brain, or an unforgettable writer. It may not be as obviously useful as those, but it is a great gift that reaches beyond AJ herself. IMO.”

    ******************************************

    I couldnt agree more! Since Friday when Angie began this round of promos Ive been fascinated (all over again) with her eyes. She has the biggest, most beautiful, expressive and fascinating eyes ive ever seen on a human being.

    Theyre mesmerizingly beautiful and reveal sooooo much about who she is. And its all good.

  • tweet

    Scharla Miller ‏@ScharlaM 2h2 hours ago

    I haven’t agreed with People’s sexiest man alive selection since Brad Pitt. I guess they can’t pick him every year…

  • Mochaa

    just want to say I LOVE these photos. Just WOW! Thanks for sharing these high quality versions too. XX Angie is just too out of this world!

  • ndn

    cr The Jolie Pitt Family fansite

    The song is by M83, a French electro-band. It is also used in the 2nd Unbroken trailer.

    Here’s the lyrics:
    Send your dreams where nobody hides
    Give your tears to the tide
    No time
    No time
    There’s no end. There is no goodbye
    Disappear with the night
    No time
    No time
    No time
    No time
    No time

  • forrest gump

    he is used to ‘m.ron’.

  • http://instagram.com/i.love.brad.and.angie Ako si Gladys

    oh thanks :)

  • just saying

    Can’t wait for Brad and Angie promoting By the Sea as a married couple.

  • tweet

    C.Rush ‏@senshitea now28 seconds ago

    Chris and Liam like the finest white boy duo since Brad Pitt and Brad Pitt.

  • Phool

    THE VISIONARY: ANGELINA JOLIE
    ==============================
    How one long-forgotten tale of heroism changed the lives of the world’s luckiest young actor and the superstar who believed in him

    Louis Zamperini knew a thing or two about waiting. The Olympic runner turned U.S. airman spent 47 deadly days living on a raft after a 1943 plane crash and subsequently survived two years as a Japanese prisoner of war. Still, when he sold Universal Pictures his life story in 1957, Zamperini couldn’t have known it would take more than 50 years for his tale to be told.

    Come Christmas Day, however, the wait will be over. When Unbrokenhits theaters, Zamperini’s story—originally optioned for a then up-and-coming Tony Curtis—will unfold on-screen for moviegoers around the globe. But beyond just exposing the world to the incredible life of Zamperini, it will give audiences a peek at the inner workings of another exceedingly impressive creature: director Angelina Jolie.

    “I was looking for something to do and studying what was out there as a director,” says Jolie, perched poolside at a villa on the tiny Maltese island of Gozo. “Directing is very different from acting because it takes more than two years of your life, so it has to matter—really matter—in a different way.”

    It wasn’t until Universal presented Jolie—whose directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, came and went quietly in 2011—with a Hail Mary list of available ideas gathering dust that she found what she was looking for.

    “Every time you visit a studio, they give you the projects” that have been in limbo, she says, “and I saw these four sentences on Unbroken.I went home and I said to Brad, ‘I’m really curious about this film—it’s a triumph of the human spirit finding faith and forgiveness, and this man’s life seems so interesting.’ And Brad said, ‘Oh, honey, that project has been around forever.’ ”

    Jolie never lost interest, however, and says she was halfway through Laura Hillenbrand’s 2010 Zamperini biography, Unbroken, when she knew she had to make the film.

    “I fought for it for months,” Jolie says, “and it became less about wanting to do a film and more that I wanted to be close to be somebody like Louie. I felt I needed to go on that journey, that it would make me a better person if I could. I was begging not only to be the director—I was begging to have the opportunity to spend two years of my life focused on Louie Zamperini.”

    According to Peter Cramer, Universal’s co-president of production, Jolie’s years on-screen and her gusto for the project won her the job. “I don’t think anybody would consider Angelina Jolie to be in the same league as a director just out of film school,” he says. “She’s obviously had a tremendous amount of experience in the movie business prior to becoming a director, all of which served her very well when she did decide to get behind the camera. We weren’t looking at her as a new director any more than people were when Clint Eastwood or Robert Redford first stepped behind the camera.”

    So, in 2013 Jolie got her wish and set out for Australia for almost four months of filming. She also found her Louie.

    “It was an enormous opportunity, beyond anything I had the audacity of expecting,” says Jack O’Connell, the 24-year-old English actor who landed the role. “I’ve been knocking on the door, waiting for someone to give me a chance to branch out, and Louie’s just perfect for that.”

    Casting her leading man—a role that required an international search—was no easy feat. “The trick of casting Louie was that he had to be somebody that was really a man’s man,” Jolie says, “but also somebody who had a strong sense of family, a talented actor with a deep emotional well.”

    O’Connell, a veteran of the British teen soap Skins and a series of rough-and-tumble independent films, did the trick. “Jack had this combination of fight, fire and spirit,” says Jolie. “As soon as I met him, I knew he was Louie.” She rounded out her cast with a host of other young actors, including Domhnall Gleeson, Garrett Hedlund and the Japanese singer Miyavi.

    And while headlining the film was a huge boon for O’Connell, who’s since landed on so many rising-star lists his next gig could be at NASA, the work he was in for wasn’t going to be easy. To portray Zamperini as a brittle prisoner of war, O’Connell is said to have been on an 800-calorie-per-day diet, and to play him as an Olympic athlete, O’Connell had to train to become a world-class runner.

    “It’s hard to highlight one particular point because the whole film was very fucking brutal,” O’Connell says. “The worst part of the shoot was the first half. We were doing the final POW sequences and there was a lot of coal involved, so everything was blackened, and there were days when you couldn’t engage outside of the scene because you had to preserve your energy. When I had to come back and play an Olympian, I stupidly thought it would be easier than playing a POW, but it wasn’t. That really stuck with me.”

    The film shoot was emotionally fraught as well. Just before arriving in Australia, O’Connell—who as a teenager lost his father to pancreatic cancer—discovered a close friend of his had been diagnosed with liver cancer. Dealing with the off-screen stress gave O’Connell and Jolie—who publicly dealt with a preventative double mastectomy and who lost her own mother to ovarian cancer in 2007—the opportunity to deepen their personal relationship.

    “I was feeling my worst, with the diet and the effects of preparation, and the only way I could possibly see him was if someone were to expedite the journey,” he recalls. “And Angie arranged for a helicopter. The same weekend, she organized some of my closest people around a table to have a meal with me. That exceeded the requirements of a director. It made me think how I had kicked the shit out of myself for two months before starting the film, but all I wanted to do was be on set and repay the favor. That isn’t a conventional actor-director relationship, so for her to make me feel like this was a two-way investment was so important.”

    For Jolie—a mother of six and internationally crusading humanitarian—directing a group of young men in a film about war was an experience that tested her resolve.

    “All the boys had to starve—even the extras—and we’d have days when there were 200 young men just standing in the heat,” Jolie recalls. “The mother in me wanted to stop and put everyone under a tent and give them water and just call it a day. The other side of me had to do my job and push it forward.”

    As much as her actors were pressed to go beyond their limits, Jolie says directing Unbroken forced her to supersede her own. On one particular day, she had a large group of actors, some missing limbs, standing out in the sun, waiting for shadows to be cast perfectly before filming could begin. Jolie says her instinct was to give the boys a break, but a military adviser on the film offered a different solution.

    “He made everybody come to attention and then made them start doing push-ups,” she says, her eyes unbelievingly wide even months later. “I thought, Oh no, but they did the push-ups and were tested and pressed and had purpose, and 10 minutes later they were all smiling.”

    She adds, “I learned something about men that day. I learned that a challenge is good for everyone, so I was never again shy to push, knowing that we had a real purpose.”

    The lessons Jolie learned on set didn’t stay there; her three sons benefitted as well. “In the back of my mind, I wanted to make a film that would help my boys become better men,” she says. “They know Louie’s story, so I’m able to say to them that it’s not bad to be full of fire—it’s what you choose to do with that fire.”

    As for what Jolie’s chosen to do with her own fire, directing seems to be it. After years in front of the camera and a slew of awards—including an Oscar for 1999’s Girl, Interrupted—she says her focus from here on out will be on making films, not starring in them.

    “I’ve never been comfortable as an actor; I’ve never loved being in front of the camera,” Jolie says. “I didn’t ever think I could direct, but I hope I’m able to have a career at it because I’m much happier.”

    Is the plan to give up acting entirely?

    She smiles. “Absolutely.”

    But not yet. In fact, where we’re sitting is just a stone’s throw from the set of By the Sea, a period love story that Jolie wrote and is directing—and will star in, alongside her longtime partner and new husband, Brad Pitt. (It’s something of a family affair: The couple’s 13-year-old son, Maddox, is working on the film as a production assistant. “It’s so weird,” Jolie notes.)

    “Compared to Unbroken, this film is a walk in the park,” Jolie says of the movie, which follows a 1970s American couple and their complicated marriage during a trip to France. “The tricky thing is directing myself and directing Brad. It’s hard, dramatic material, and we’re balancing.”

    It’s the first time the couple, who met on the set of 2005’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith, have worked together since their August wedding. Not that things have changed much for them—“I think when it’s right, it feels the exact same [as before],” Jolie says of married life—but working side by side can take some getting used to.

    “It’s a heavy film, and it’s not easy for us,” she says. “But even as you struggle through it, you’re in the trenches together and you don’t expect it to be easy. We’re challenging each other and that’s a really good thing.”

    Challenges, of course, are part of any creative process. And whileUnbroken came with its share of difficulties, perhaps none hit harder than the death, at 97 years old, of Zamperini in July.

    “I was mortified when I heard of his passing,” O’Connell says. “I always had this fantasy of the two of us on the red carpet and I’d be in the background and it would be ‘The Louie Show.’ That’s not going to be the case now, but we’ve got to show the world this film in his honor. It is a tribute to a man who’s no longer with us.”

    Jolie echoes the sentiment. “The most overwhelming part of making the film, for me, was bringing it to Louie in the hospital and watching him watch his life,” she says. “He gave us so much and he inspired us so much, but as sad as I am about losing him, I’m so grateful to have known him.”

    Above all, Jolie says she’s honored to have been given the chance to tell Zamperini’s story and to offer him immortality, even if it’s only the celluloid kind.

    “I still can’t believe I got to make this movie,” she says. “When it comes to being a director, it’s so new for me and I’m quite shy about it because I’m still learning. I’ll feel better when audiences start to see it. I think we’re on the right track, but I’m not breathing easy just yet.”

    http://dujour.com/news/angelina-jolie-jack-oconnell-unbroken-interview-pictures/

  • Dawne

    really, Jared? Can we make this about Unbroken and not some ‘tabloid teaser?”……..disrespectful to say the least to all the JP fans here.

  • Phool
  • Love Conquers All

    To be honest I find Liam Hemsworth more attractive than his brother Chris Hemsworth. Yes Chris Hemsworth can be very attractive looking but he’s kinda dull when it comes to personality. And that cover of Chris isn’t even that great. If I had to choose it would be Charlie Hunnam or Idris Elba. But Brad will always be my “Sexist Man Alive” ever. Also thank god the Benedict Cumberbatch was not choice or was not even in consideration.

  • Dawne

    I thought you might enjoy this ‘conversion……..how the worm has turned……….for many since the PP days…..this is a post from US Weakly:

    __________________________________________________________

    I know I’m getting old everybody does but finding out this precious boy is a teenager now is making me feel it hard for some reason. I remember when she first adopted him and I was one of the “haters” who said she was doing it because it was the thing to do. I was so wrong. She seems to be a great mom. Love this family!

  • Guest

    it is tricky when she cant direct and he cant act.

  • Guest

    and she cant act either!!!!

  • Phool

    HI Love Conquers All
    No matter who is made SMA Brad’s name is still brought up every single year LOL. At least People Magazine made a good choice this year unlike Adam Levine now What the Hell was that about? Some SMA are questionable but seems like a PR push to get their client more exposure. My question is why isnt Squiggy SMA? didn’t Peeps get a call from Huvane/Ticky? I thought Ticky said he’s got the most beautiful EyeBall out there, so how come he didn’t make it to the top where are his Leftover fans? LOL

  • Dawne

    You are hilarious………..why don’t you gather your six sick sisters and launch an email campaign to Universal and Sony to let them know this as they throw money at her ……………….LMFAO You trolls are mental weenies.,

  • Phool

    Well lots of hater’s eyes have been opened. They made uncalled assumptions on Angie’s behalf and it got
    them nowhere, so glad they can see for what it is, instead of the smoke and mirror image that Ticky portrays.

  • Guest

    Jolie has been saying she is going to quit acting for 10 freaking years. YES she will quit acting like every other actress in Hollywood quits acting when they are too old to get roles anymore. It wont be by choice.

  • Premali

    @AWHODAT – Met Angie face to face in New York 2010 – 4 degrees outside with crazy crowds for “Tourist” promotion. Her eyes are facinating, mesmerizing, such beauty even as her husband standing beside her. She was so sweet signing my book “Notes from my Travels” and talking about UN work.

  • lurker

    please fans ignore the fool

  • Dawne

    tell that to Aniston………..she’s waaaaaay older and zero talent and she won’t go away even though the world won’t pay a dime to see her crap………..quit letting your ‘wishes’ pass as reality

  • Guest

    REAVE MY ANGERINA ARONE!!!!!
    You don’t read too many of her interviews do you? Or do you just ignore the bits that don’t apply to the fan fiction. She campaigned and lobbied and begged her ass off for Unbroken. And BTS ….SHE is paying for. Throw money at her??? ROFLMFAO!!

  • http://instagram.com/i.love.brad.and.angie Ako si Gladys

    Collapse button is my best friend. I love it.

  • Phool

    Are you talking about your idol Jennifer Aniston again, I agree she cant act at all, let alone get a decent distributor for her movie CAKE , you know the movie that she had waited 50 days and no one gave a flying f*uck , so that she resorted into buying it herself. As for Directing I agree too Jennifer Aniston cant direct more than 5 minutes of footage like she did with 5 other directors for lifetime, yet no one gave a flying f*uck then. KEEP PRESSED TROLL

  • AWHODAT

    Uh…oh…….seems like the zoo-keeper left the gate open when he went to throw down the mid-day meal to the inmates there. LMFAO

    One of them snuck out and is making a nuisance of its schizophrenic azzz. Guess FatFukkkkers R Us is so overwhelmed and deflated by the avalanche of JP GOOD NEWS and the ‘cake-left-out-in-the-rain is stinking up even the fatfukkker cesspool.

  • Guest

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  • Love Conquers All

    My roommate said that Brad looks more like Chris Hemsworth’s brother than Chris Hemsworth’s brother looks like Chris Hemsworth’s brother. Kinda of confusing though. LOL.

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