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Brad Pitt Dismissed From Jury Duty For Simply Being Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt Dismissed From Jury Duty For Simply Being Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt has been excused from jury duty in Los Angeles.

“You just can’t stick Brad Pitt in a jury box and expect 11 jurors to ignore him,” L.A. attorney William Lively shared to MailOnline about the 51-year-old actor. “It’s only natural that those jurors would be watching to see how Brad reacts to what’s being said and that they could be influenced by his opinions once the jury goes behind closed doors to render a verdict.”

William added, “It’s one of those things where [it's like], ‘We’re not going to use you because it’s going to end up being about you.’”

Another source shared, “Brad was hoping he might get picked to serve on a short case. But the problem was, he would actually be required to serve for as long as it took for the case to be decided.”

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    Armchair General ‏@ArmchairGeneral 1 hr

    The Movie ‘Unbroken’ – A Report from a Screening

    By Jay Wertz

    The plane jostles constantly from side to side. The riveted aluminum frame creaks and rumbles. Up front, puffs of black smoke appear from nowhere, traces of exploded anti-aircraft shells. Some puffs spit flame; seeing those is not a good thing. In back, below and up top, the sharp crackle of the 50mm guns, followed by the hollow clatter of cartridges falling to the floor, gives credence to the dedicated defense of the ship. One sound, if heard, makes the stomach queasy – the cries of a crewmate who has been hit.

    The above may be an adequate, bare-bones description of what it was like flying a B-24 Liberator, or any level bomber, in combat during World War II, but it doesn’t come close to matching what viewers experience in the first 10 minutes of Unbroken, the new Universal Pictures film about the life of Louis Zamperini, which will be in theaters December 25. The movie is sure to garner the interest of those familiar with the Olympic competitor turned 13th Air Force bombardier, and those who just enjoy gripping drama based on the real lives of American heroes.

    The year 2014 has been in many ways a year dominated by biopics. Historical characters from biblical personalities to modern newsmakers are dominating the big screen in films such as Noah, The Theory of Everything, Selma, The Imitation Game and Unbroken. The story of Louis Zamperini, who was born into an Italian immigrant family in Torrance, California, and his transformation from juvenile rascal to long-distance runner to Japanese POW to Christian inspirational speaker is one that was bound to become compelling cinema. It was not, however, a short or easy road to bring Zamperini’s story to the screen, as producer Matthew Baer explained during a recent screening of the film to industry professionals.

    “By the time the movie comes out it will be 17 years [in the making]. The footage that is in the end of the movie was part of a documentary for CBS Sports. When I saw that footage I thought, number one, what a remarkable man, what an incredible story. Number two, it was an amazing story that nobody had the rights to. And the next day after I had seen it I was able to meet Lou and convince him that I was the right person for the project to get it going again. By getting it going again I mean that in 1956 Universal had acquired Lou’s book Devil at My Heels for Tony Curtis to play Lou. So the rights were still in control in 1998.”

    With the impetus begun to translate the story into cinema, the challenge became one of matching a well-known director to the project. Such are the dynamics of creating a successful film of this nature in Hollywood. None of the major directors of epic historical drama were interested in directing the story and the project was shelved again until an acclaimed historical novelist took up the torch.

    “From 1998 to 2004 the project was very active at Universal,” recalls Baer. “In 2002 we found out that Laura Hillenbrand was going to write a book on Lou. What we didn’t know was that it would take Laura eight years to writeUnbroken. And then, when the book came out the project started again.”

    The Laura Hillenbrand book articulated the story extremely well and contained detailed research that silenced a small number of individuals who doubted Zamperini’s story. The book also opened the story to a wider audience who follow the writings of Hillenbrand, the author of Seabiscuit: An American Legend. Baer approached Angelina Jolie, the Oscar-winning actress whose only previous feature film directorial work was the 2011 independent film In the Land of Blood and Honey (set in the 1990s war in Bosnia), which she also wrote. By the time Jolie became involved withUnbroken the screenplay had gone through many renditions (all of which Zamperini read and commented on). In a stroke of good fortune Oscar-winning brothers Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, Fargo) expressed interest in collaborating as screenwriters on the project.

    “One of their sons had read the book,” says Baer, “and they were open to doing an assignment that they didn’t have to direct. They saw the scope of what they could do as writers but they had the pleasure of not having to direct.”

    The Coen screenplay brought with it some insightful juxtaposing, enabling the film to effectively bring together the diverse experiences of Zamperini’s life. From this blueprint Jolie applied her vision to the film with a firm set of style concepts. Jolie and her producing partners—including Clayton Townsend who, having produced several Oliver Stone films, was adept at creating the production requirements for historical dramas—assembled a strong team of creative department heads to lead a crew of some 800 people on location in Hawaii.

    In the previously mentioned opening sequence, Zamperini (played by British actor Jack O’Connell) leads a B-24 Liberator named Superman through a bombing run on a Japanese-held island target. After Zamperini—“Zam” to his crewmates—returns control of the plane to the pilot Superman is attacked by Zeros. The scene shows that Zamperini is a leader of the crew and depicts how he reacts emotionally to the true stress of aerial combat. The scene then rolls back to young Louis, a disciplinary problem in a family trying to be accepted in a community not fully open to people of Mediterranean heritage. Here and elsewhere in the film there are references to Zamperini’s evolving spiritually, a major aspect of his later life that the movie was not able to portray in its entirety.

    Before too long Zamperini’s brother Pete (Alex Russell) realizes Louie’s potential to run competitive track and convinces his younger sibling to join the school team as a way to give his life direction. Louis Zamperini takes to the athletic pursuit and gains confidence and recognition as a top long-distance runner and eventually an Olympic hopeful. In a later flashback Zamperini is seen attending and competing in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin even though his sights are set on the 1940 Tokyo Games when he feels he will be a more competitive runner.

    The Tokyo Games are never held; Zamperini instead becomes a navigator in the Pacific War against the Japanese. A wounded Superman crash-lands after the combat mission. Zamperini and all but one of the crew, wounded in the Zero attack, survive.

    Not surprisingly the comradery among Zam and his fellow crewmen is strong. His bonds are particularly close with pilot Russell Allen “Phil” Phillips (Domhnall Gleeson). Zam, Phil and some of the regular crew are joined by newcomers when they are assigned to fly a bucket of bolts called Green Hornet on a search and rescue mission, seeking survivors of another B-24 that went down over the vast expanses of the Pacific.

    Things go badly in the mission when Green Hornet loses three of four engines. The crew is forced to ditch the plane somewhere in the Pacific. Only three survive – Zam, Phil and a gunner named Francis “Mac” McNamara (Finn Wittrock). The three then hope they will be found by another search and rescue team as they endure the elements, hunger and the ever-present sharks. They also must endure the harrowing psychological effects of this situation of helplessness. Zam again becomes a leader and tries to hold onto the sanity of the group with stories of his mother’s cooking. At one point during a fierce storm Zamperini pledges his life to God if he is allowed to live.

    Mac eventually dies, however Zam and Phil hang on for 47 days until “rescued” by a Japanese destroyer that happens upon their lifeboat. From there the pair are taken to Kwajalein where they begin to endure the brutal treatment doled out by their Japanese captors, who already know of Zamperini’s celebrity as an Olympian.

    Convinced they are going to be executed on Kwajalein, Zam and Phil are instead shipped off to Japan, where they are separated; Zam ending up at the Omori POW detention camp outside of Tokyo. There he endures particularly harsh physical and psychological abuse from the camp’s warden, Corporal Mutsuhiro Watanabe (Takamasa Ishihara), called by the prisoners “The Bird.” Although the treatment of all the Allied POWs at the camp is poor, “The Bird” uses Zamperini’s celebrity as a reason to single him out, perhaps in a fit of jealousy since the camp warden’s class stature in prewar Japan caused Watanabe to believe he deserved to be an officer.

    At one point Zamperini is taken to Tokyo to broadcast a message of his own words to his family over the radio. When he is then asked to read from a Japanese script he refuses, and he is sent back to Omori where “The Bird” increases his torment of the celebrity prisoner. As 1944 turns into 1945, American bombing of Tokyo prompts relocating the POWs of Omori to remote Naoetsu POW camp. There they are forced to work in slave conditions unloading coal barges. In a further test of what a man can stand, Zamperini triumphs over the further abuse of “The Bird,” who was promoted to sergeant and transferred to Naoetsu sometime before the prisoners arrived.

    Once Zamperini’s POW experience ends in the film the story of his life continues, but only in brief form. Some of those familiar with his dedication to forgiveness-not-revenge as a born-again Christian may find that aspect of his life underdeveloped in the film. There is, however, a need for motion pictures to come to some sort of dramatic conclusion and the filmmakers felt the later life of Louis Zamperini would necessitate staring an entirely new story within the film. I agree with this decision and with most of the stylistic choices made by Jolie. I’m not entirely convinced that the casting of Ishihara (who is listed as Miyavi in the film, the name he uses in his primary career as an accomplished pop musician in Japan) is what the audience will perceive as appropriate for the brutal Watanabe, but it is an interesting portrayal, and it will be interesting to see how it is received.

    Shot entirely in Australia with most of the post-production being done in the U. S., the film is first rate in its execution. Roger Deakins’ exquisite photography combined with excellent set design and seamless visual effects create an absorbing wartime experience. The music and sound design enhance the drama and realism. The sound effects are very appropriate and only the slightly too-synchronized engine of a Japanese two-engine bomber might be singled out for some letdown in historical accuracy.

    There have been many movies made about American and other Allied POWs in World War II, nearly all of them well-made and compelling in their own right. Unbroken is in some ways similar and in many ways different than the others. It is a character study of one man, with a fair sampling of the experiences of those around him, that charts a nearly complete course of his early life, with references to how those experiences shaped his later life. It is a finely crafted film in so many ways, beginning with a solid story that is true. And it is a story that in the end is a triumph of the human spirit that has long been associated with Zamperini’s life. The accomplished cast and direction get the most out of their performances.

    Louis Zamperini died on July 2, 2014. He was involved in the making ofUnbroken right up to his death, reviewing script changes, watching screen tests, working closely with Jolie in what she described as a close father-daughter collaboration. In his last days Jolie showed Zamperini a version of the film, which was then in advanced post production, on her computer in his hospital room. According to producer Baer, Zamperini was quite pleased with how the film turned out. Prior to his death Zamperini was also selected as Grand Marshal of the 2015 Rose Parade. Now he will be specially honored during the parade and his family will ride the Grand Marshal’s float.

  • JPFamily

    Jack O’Connell, Garrett Hedlund & Miyavi Chat UNBROKEN

    Published on 19 Dec 2014

    AMC’s Amirose Eisenbach talks with Jack O’Connell, Garrett Hedlund & Miyavi about the upcoming film, “Unbroken”.

  • JPFamily

    Just reposting this link again, just in case anyone hasn’t had the chance to watch Angie’s fab interview with Tavis.

    Actress-filmmaker Angelina Jolie

    Jolie chronicles her second feature film directorial venture, Unbroken, about World War II hero Lou Zamperini.

    From modeling and appearing in music videos to playing a wide range of film/TV roles and doing her own stunts, Angelina Jolie is an international superstar—winning an Oscar, two SAG Awards and three Golden Globes. She’s also been honored for her humanitarian work. In addition to establishing several charities, she has made more than 40 global trips in support of refugees and children and, after 10 years as a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, is now a special envoy. Jolie combined her passion for advocacy with filmmaking in her feature writing-directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, and in her film, Unbroken, chronicles the life of an Olympic runner who was taken prisoner by Japanese forces during WWII.

  • JPFamily

    Great new Unbroken history vid.

    Unbroken Featurette – Origins (2014) – Jack O’Connell Movie HD
    MOVIES Coming Soon

  • Love Conquers All

    Poor Brad, he had to be pulled away from jury duty because he’s too damn hot.

  • JPFamily

    Ah I know LCA, oh how so many guys would love to have that problem!

    Steve Mason ‏@VeniceMase 5 mins
    #Unbroken is one of my favorite films of 2014. @JackO__C joins me on the VeniceMase VideoCast.

    One of my favorite films of 2014 is “Unbroken,” directed by Angelina Jolie, and starring Jack O’Connell. I saw this guy earlier in the year in a phenomenal indie film called “Starred Up,” and after watching him portray the legendary Louie Zamperini, I’m more sure than ever that he is going to be a very big movie star. Here’s my conversation with Jack on my VeniceMase VideoCast.

    Watch at link

  • Love Conquers All

    JPFamily, thanks for posting coverage of all things Brad and Angie. We fans here appreciate it.

  • well

    funny tidbit- I was reading something online earlier today & there was a tiny sidebar picture of fat tick (comprised mostly of her huge, flabby arms holding some odd pipe thing) and the caption was, “fat tick wins first film acting award!”…she looked ridiculous and it was truly a reminder to all how very, very little fat tick has accomplished, certainly not some sort of triumph. PT & others- excellent point re: George calling out folks for not signing his petition. So, yes, his main agenda is shaming people for his own aggrandizement rather than trying to humbly get support. At least he’s consistent.

  • JPFamily

    LCA, you are very always very welcome, wishing you well.

    ‘Unbroken’ [REVIEW]

    With an A-List director and award-worthy performances, Louis Zamperini’s story of faith and redemption finally gets its big screen debut.

    By Jessica Toomer, New York, NY

    It’s hard to believe Unbroken, the true story of Olympic athlete and WWII hero Louis Zamperini, is only the second directorial effort from Angelina Jolie. The responsibility of bringing to life Zamperini’s tale of endurance and redemption is one even directors experienced in the kind of big-budget cinematic filmmaking required for stories like this would balk at. The film is a marathon of torture, depravation and despair. Yet, for all of the necessary violence and seemingly insurmountable odds the main characters face, the themes of hope and faith overcome. Moviegoers will find it difficult to leave the theater not feeling changed from how they first entered.

    Unbroken is a film 57 years in the making. The true story of Zamperini, a tough kid from Torrance, California, whose bouts of drinking and brawling got him into trouble with the law, has been brought to life plenty of times on the page. Most notably was in 2011, when author Laura Hillenbrand debuted her meticulously crafted book titled “Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption.” But bringing the story to the big screen was a more daunting challenge and required someone with a passion for the story and a love for its leading man.

    Jolie has both, as do her actors, who dropped staggering amounts of weight and suffered through harsh conditions in order to do justice to the men they played. “We all felt that sense of responsibility and also that we were in service of a story that was bigger than any of us,” said Finn Wittrock, who plays Mac in the film .

    Indeed Zamperini’s story is bigger than just one film. The early hardships of his life, his training for the Olympics, his time as a bombardier during the war, the 47 days he was stranded at sea with two of his crewman after their plane crashed in the Pacific, the two years he spent as a POW and his later years as a man of faith arguably all deserve to be featured on their own. That might be why, at times, Jolie’s narrative seems overwhelming and why one of the biggest events in Zamperini’s life, the moment he dedicated his life to God, is left as an afterword in the closing credits.

    Jolie explained this decision, detailing how Zamperini wanted his story to appeal to a wider audience. “What we did was we looked at the themes of his life, so for example faith. Faith is so important to him and instead of it being a specific chapter, faith is represented from the beginning and all through the film,” Jolie said. “We made it universal. [Louis] said this is about reaching everyone, this should speak to everyone and I think, in any opportunity, if you’re looking for symbolism and miracles in the film, you will see them.”

    One of the many things the movie gets right is its casting. Brit Jack O’Connell is tasked with playing Louis, and the physicality he brings to the role is powerful. From donning spiked running shoes and stretching his legs on the track to dropping 30 lbs to portray Louis’ time at sea, standing still for hours in freezing conditions and being beaten, humiliated and starved in the camps, O’Connell makes you forget you’re watching the dramatization of another man’s life and instead draws your sympathy and support for the character he’s playing on screen.

    And if O’Connell is the man you’re rooting for by the end of the movie, Japanese actor Miyavi is the guy you’ll hate. As hard as it is to believe this is only the second movie Jolie’s helmed, it’s even more staggering to think the man who so convincingly played “The Bird” – the commanding officer known for his brutality, who tortured Louis for years in the POW camps – has never acted before this role. Miyavi, for all his unassuming, quiet demeanor off-camera, is a force to be reckoned with on the screen. Conflicted and tortured in his own right, “The Bird” sadistically targets Zamperini in order to make an example of the young Olympian, but it’s a testament to Miyavi’s abilities as an actor that the audience still finds this complicated character at times enthralling.

    Overall Unbroken accomplishes it goal. You’re left feeling inspired after witnessing Zamperini’s struggles and ultimate victories against his captors. A sort of humbled determination can be felt emanating from the screen, and in each actor you’ll find an earnest commitment to do right by the men they’re playing. A higher purpose, as Wittrock said, is what the cast felt when filming, a higher purpose is what the real Zamperini was called on for his life, and a higher purpose is what Unbroken ultimately serves a whole.

  • JPFamily

    Video at link

    CIF-SS Century of Greatness: Louis Zamperini
    DEC 17 2014 3:31PM ET

    As the movie ‘Unbroken’ hits theaters over the holidays, reflect back on our CIF-SS Century of Greatness profile on Louis Zamperini, the Olympic track star, war hero and USC supporter.

  • Love Conquers All

    Angelina Jolie Opens Up About Directing Brad Pitt in Love Scene for ‘By the Sea’

    Dec 19, 2014, 10:05 AM ET


    MICHAEL ROTHMANMore From Michael »

    Entertainment Reporter


    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be back on screen together in “By the Sea,” which is set to be released next year and features the famous duo as a couple — much like their debut movie together in 2005′s “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.”

    While promoting her current film “Unbroken,” Jolie, 39, spoke to MTV news about directing a sex scene with her now husband in the future movie.

    “I was the other person in the love scene, so it wasn’t that hard,” she quipped. “He knows what I need from him. He’s always known.”

    As for people making assumptions of the duo in real life based off what happens in the movie, Jolie said “I haven’t thought that way for years. Because then you can’t make a creative move if you’re conscious of all the different interpretations. We wanted to be free and we wanted to play.”

    She continued about the film, “It’s a very creative film. We wanted to try things, so we intentionally made bold decisions … we just wanted to be artists and play.”

    The IMDB summary of “By the Sea” reads, “Set in France during the mid-1970s, Vanessa, a former dancer, and her husband Roland, an American writer, travel the country together. They seem to be growing apart, but when they linger in one quiet, seaside town they begin to draw close to some of its more vibrant inhabitants, such as a local bar/café-keeper and a hotel owner.”

  • JPFamily

    Too true, well!
    Can’t get enough of that MTV interview, and Angie’s face when she talks about them together is wow.

    Funny tweet about it!

    Mikki Kendall ‏@Karnythia 2 hrs

    Angelina Jolie just told the world that Brad has always blown her back out. Now you know everything you need to know.

  • Love Conquers All

    Amy Adams is not f*cking around with this silly Ticky ‘s getting nominated Oscar talk. Adams is coming hard for that 5th spot. Harvey is making sure of it because Adams is literally everywhere in the media and her film has just announced that it will release Big Eyes wide open in theaters on Christmas date.

  • Love Conquers All

    That tweet says it all of what Angie said. By the Sea is getting juicer by each hour.

  • well

    JPF- Thanks for this & all the posts- Miyavi said that Louis talked more to his wife more than him- just like happened with Brad- Louis getting his flirt on- love it!
    JPFamily • 31 minutes ago

    Jack O’Connell, Garrett Hedlund & Miyavi Chat UNBROKEN

    Published on 19 Dec 2014

    AMC’s Amirose Eisenbach talks with Jack O’Connell, Garrett Hedlund & Miyavi about the upcoming film, “Unbroken”.…4

  • wika

    Watch “Angelina Jolie Chats About Her Christmas Plans | …” on YouTube
    Angelina Jolie Chats About Her Christmas Plans | …:

    Someone needs to make the first few seconds of the video into a .gif because omg I can’t stop staring at her lip biting *_* and she’s just too gorgeous close-up *_*

  • busted

    Thanks.. this is one of my favorites.. Tavis did a great job.

  • busted

    I was looking at Boxoffice and they are not predicting Unbroken weekend to 24+ million.. that is higher than their initial 19 million.

    I just hope Unbroken does great at the BO.. Go and support it fans.

  • Arrow 12

    He doesn’t live in the US so why should he be asked to be on a jury???

  • Love Conquers All are always undermining Brad and Angie films. I wouldn’t trust their forecast on Unbroken either. Unbroken will so great.

  • African Queen

    So True. They are always predicting lower numbers for this dual and as always they are dead wrong.
    Watch and see.

  • African Queen

    No warm blooded man or woman can resist this God of a man made by the Gods themselves.
    I know I cant resist.

  • African Queen

    Yes he does. Question is do you live in the us?

  • African Queen

    I too saw those flabby arms and taught do they belong to a man but then I realize they did and her name is Anuston and Woman who is really a man.
    Remember someone had a gif with her face and fabios body.
    That was priceless.

  • JPFamily

    Producer Matt Baer on nearly two-decade struggle to make ‘Unbroken’

    Streamed live on 19 Dec 2014
    Producer Matt Baer talks to Gold Derby editor Daniel Montgomery about the challenges of making “Unbroken,” a process he started way back in 1998.

  • Arrow 12

    Well since your name is African Queen the question is do you live here? Funny he mainly lives in France. I think he spends more time there than he does in the US…..

  • busted

    I’ve been trying to find updated numbers for Fury.. the Foreign numbers have not been updated..

    does anyone know the totals. Domestic it is at 84+ million..

  • busted

    I don’t care if they predict lower numbers..Just makes them look dumb when it overperforms..


    Havent you learned by now that when you snatch opinions out of your @rse and post them onlne theyre of no greater value than when they were in your @rse. you need to tighten those sphincters.

  • Arrow 12

    Seriously they live in France. And you can kiss mine

  • Passing Through

    JPFamily • an hour ago

    Mikki Kendall ‏@Karnythia 2 hrs

    Angelina Jolie just told the world that Brad has always blown her back out. Now you know everything you need to know.


    ROTFLMAO!!! And we’ve always known that those two are having some crazy hot monkey sex. We just want them to film it is all…

  • lilya

    She’s also hosting snl and I’ve been seeing big eyes commercials every break.

  • neil adlington

    They have homes everywhere; L.A., New Orleans, Chateau-Mirival, etc., But they are still Americans with all the obligations and privileges that come with it.

  • Passing Through

    busted • 25 minutes ago

    I was looking at Boxoffice and they are not predicting Unbroken weekend to 24+ million.. that is higher than their initial 19 million.

    I just hope Unbroken does great at the BO.. Go and support it fans.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++’s initial estimated 2 months ago was $17MIL – and I said at the time it was too low. $24MIL would be a great opening for the movie. It’s serious movie and there’s a lot of fluff out in competition – The Hobbit, Annie, Stiller’s next Museum flick, Into The Woods…

  • Juliana

    David Ehrlich @davidehrlich
    the worst theatrically released films i saw this year:
    5.SIN CITY
    Kate Erbland @katerbland
    @davidehrlich f**ck CAKE forever
    David Ehrlich @davidehrlich
    @katerbland no, but jennifer aniston is in the running for best actress!
    Kate Erbland @katerbland
    @davidehrlich It’s her Oscar role, David!!! If we all say it enough, it will be true!!!
    Erik Childress @EriktheMovieman
    @katerbland @davidehrlich Don’t you dare get me started about CAKE.
    Kate Erbland @katerbland
    @EriktheMovieman @davidehrlich If it’s fellow Cakehate, come sit next to us.
    Erik Childress @EriktheMovieman
    @katerbland @davidehrlich It’s more CakeAwardsHate. I was firmly in the “OK” camp. But recent turn of events is a bit suspect.
    Kate Erbland @katerbland
    @EriktheMovieman @davidehrlich I’m shocked that it got even a qualifying run.
    Erik Childress @EriktheMovieman
    @katerbland @davidehrlich Pete Hammond was beating the drum on it for months like he had Aniston under his desk.
    Jordan Horowitz @jehorowitz
    @davidehrlich @EriktheMovieman @katerbland I can’t wait for this screener. I hope it’s not wearing makeup!
    Erik Childress @EriktheMovieman
    @jehorowitz @davidehrlich @katerbland You mean you didn’t get the cupcakes?
    Jordan Horowitz @jehorowitz
    @EriktheMovieman @davidehrlich @katerbland Were they from Deadline?I bet they were from Deadline.
    Erik Childress @EriktheMovieman
    @jehorowitz @davidehrlich @katerbland Nah, Hammond accepts gifts then gives later.

  • busted

    Their prediction is based in a 3 day weekend. Not sure why it is not a 4 day total.

    I just hope it does well.

  • Etta

    What does ‘blown her back out’ mean? Thanks

  • busted

    Do you live on the Planet Earth.. seriously you must be trolling or are just completely uneducated.

    My brother has lived overseas this year. And guess what he still votes. Brad and Angie are US Citizens regardless of where they live. If you VOTE you can get picked for a jury. Regardless if you live sometimes in France.

  • neil adlington

    Had to laugh when Angie tells the interviewer that no one wants her to cook.

  • busted


    they were in France for their wedding then off to Malta.. they are now in LA.. so I guess that makes it OK.

  • Wonderbust
  • busted


  • Dame the ring

    ey loserss,Jen,GG,SAG,OSCAR

    unbroken,no GG,SAG,OSCAR


  • Arrow 12

    Yes – people chill out.

  • Arrow 12

    OMG – You people take your celebrities so personal. NO DUH!!!! Anyway that is my opinion. I’m not trolling. I can say whatever I want to say. Didn’t realize you on this board. You really should get a life. I am done with you….. WHATEVER!!!!!

  • Love Conquers All

    Angie was the number one actresses of 2014 by Just Jared. Here’s rest of the list.

  • bap

    Congratulations Dame Angelina!

  • Love Conquers All

    Here’s a full photo of Angie and her Unbroken cast. Everyone looks so charming and beautiful.

  • bap

    Good Picture!