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Angelina Jolie Surfaces After Brad Pitt's Request to Seal Custody Case Was Denied By Judge

Angelina Jolie Surfaces After Brad Pitt's Request to Seal Custody Case Was Denied By Judge
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  • Lurker

    Angelina finally gets the face she deserves – she looks horrible in these pics, 50+.

  • Elle

    Looks scarry & not happy, the ussual fake smile of her, the master manipulator!

  • Indes

    Other sites have more pictures and you can see that Chloe Dalton is with her. That’s one of the women who helped her to involve DCFS .. So fuck Angelina Jolie. Fuck Chloe Dalton. Fuck Arminka Helic. BTW, Chloe looks like shit in the pictures, that’s what you get for helping to destroy a family.

  • Elle

    Jennifer is looks way much younger & sexy compare to bones scaletton scycho angelina

  • Lurker

    Drop dead, snatch.

  • Lurker

    Even your dirty STD collecting hoe mother wishes she would have aborted you useless trash. Now go, find your real daddy because we all know your mommy fucked every man who crossed her path and take care of your always dry vadge because no man would touch you for free.

  • Catty911

    God does she look hideous in these photos – manly face & balding – nice look Angie!

  • yolly

    Angelina is suffering in this family situation, so is Brad. Still hopeful that they will reunite someday after the family healing. God bless the Jolie Pitt family.

  • yolly

    God bless the Jolie Pitt family always.

  • yolly

    Good morning everyone. Still hopeful and praying for their reconciliation. Love build a bridge . I know in my heart that the love between them are still there, 12 years are not that easy to erase and disappear just like that. Patience is a virtue. God bless the Jolie Pitt family.

  • Fabian

    LOL reconciliation? Pray this old wench eats a burger or two.

  • Fabian

    Oh honey, go take your prozac.

  • http://www.amazon.com/Aubrey-Anderson/e/B01BHC8VMI/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1466893529&sr=8-1 Lady Valeria

    So we’re all here?

  • toastie postie

    Hi, Lady V! Wishing the best for you with school stuff.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Makes sense to me.

  • toastie postie

    Hi, Yolly. I agree. Hoping they can get together for the holidays and permanently later on.

  • Dawne
  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    It’s interesting to me that so many of us seem to be on the same page with the idea of the children moving back to their real home.

    What I can’t comprehend is why these “professionals” didn’t insist from the very beginning that Brad and Angie get counseling together. They have to repair their relationship in order to help their children, now and going forward.

    That’s just common sense to me.

    And yes, it makes me question these therapists.

  • toastie postie

    Wowza!!!!!!!!! Awesome!!!! Good blessings and luck with their girls. They look pretty good size. Good to know. It’s not going to be easy. Amazing. Thanks!

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, Congratulation to the cast and crew of Moonlight on the Golden Globe nominations!

    Go MOONLIGHT!

    Go A24!

    Go Plan B!

    I’m sorry, are those ECHOs of FAILURE that I’m hearing?

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, and for the Isabelle Huppert fans on board.

    Congrats to you guys too!

  • http://www.amazon.com/Aubrey-Anderson/e/B01BHC8VMI/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1466893529&sr=8-1 Lady Valeria

    That is something I don’t get either–because when I first heard about everything i.e. the divorce and that CPS was involved………I thought that Angelina was going to stay in their main home with the kids…..and Brad would be the one in and out. Which yea–make the adults move, not the kids.

    I just find that very, very strange that she is finding different places to live, when they own like four houses in CA. I don’t understand the reasoning. I mean, I could see a judge saying…..you need to change the locks, etc so there isn’t a suggestion that Brad is over when he’s not supposed to be or something like that. IDK.

    It is just strange, and I don’t understand the reasoning.

    And yes on the counseling. Forget about the divorce–parents need to be able to coparent when they are a) separating, b) going through marital issues, and c) already separated. Especially since they are already in therapy with the kids–separate counseling sessions with just the two of them on how to handle things should’ve been put in too.

  • sandra

    :)

  • http://www.amazon.com/Aubrey-Anderson/e/B01BHC8VMI/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1466893529&sr=8-1 Lady Valeria

    I took an Anatomy and Physiology exam this morning—-how about it was 100x easier than the regular chapter/section exams that he gives! Those make you break out in hives—this final was basically a general overview of the info learned, and basically as long as you studied for the exams for the entire semester and looked over your notes a few times this weekend.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Well, think she had to move quickly with the CPS situation. Brad legally owns the main house. There is no way she could guarantee he wouldn’t come back to it.

    I don’t think she could risk CPS finding any excuse to take the children.

    But with the investigation closed, I don’t understand why they can’t move back.

    The not yet ex missus and that blond headed bull could sign a legal agreement that he stay out of the main house, or out of the entire compound, except for monitored visits.

    But at least the children would be back in their home surrounded by the people who’ve cared for them.

    And maybe that could help them to feel safer and open up.

  • http://www.amazon.com/Aubrey-Anderson/e/B01BHC8VMI/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1466893529&sr=8-1 Lady Valeria

    That makes sense.

  • lyric

    So sweet. Four beautiful, healthy baby girls. This couple is truly blessed.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Yeah, they should listen to us.

    lol

  • AWHODAT

    Ok ….so imma gonna bkmk this page then. Of the list of possible threads we could go to, which PT posted on the previous thread, i think this is the most viable, even tho there are no pics of Angie “resurfacing” (roll eyes).

    Gah! Anyhoo….i certainly wont be joining in on any discussions abt what is, or should/shouldnt be happening regarding their current family situation. Am merely staying in touch with the fandom until i see how this unfortunate and sad situation gets resolved.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, for Lady V and others. The Weave may live to make another POS, but just barely (the bold is mine):

    ‘Moana’ Shuts ‘Office Christmas Party’ Out Of No. 1, But Raunchy Comedy Loud With $17M+ – Sunday Update

    On the upside, for Paramount/DreamWorks-Reliance’s holiday bacchanal, is the fact that its beating its $13M-$15M weekend projection. Office Christmas Party‘s current forecasted opening is 68% better than the FSS of Seth Rogen’s R-rated holiday comedy last year, The Night Before ($9.9M, A- Cineamscore, final domestic $43m).

    Paramount took strides to show in their trailers that this movie was a modern holiday It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with a huge comedy ensemble (I even heard that they shot scenes at the last minute and added some comedians in smaller parts to make it more comedically epic); and that alone distinguishes the pic from other party-hardy movies that have preceded it this year. According to CinemaScore 63% bought tickets to Office Christmas Party because they like raunchy pics.

    Despite this, the ensemble assembled here might have featured too many faces that were cult draws or had too much niche appeal wedged in with leading thesps Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston. In terms of the cast’s draw, CinemaScore shows OK numbers, but not through-the-roof. Aniston/Kate McKinnon/Olivia Munn pulled in 31% of the crowd, while actors T.J. Miller/Bateman accounted for 22% of business. Compare this to Sisters where 71% of the audience bought tickets because it was a Tina Fey-Amy Poehler pairing. Overall, Office Christmas Party gets a B CinemaScore which is in line with a number of other bacchanal comedies including last year’s Sisters, this year’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and 2014’s Neighbors.

    But how much money can Office Christmas Party sleep its way to before the end of the year?

    Some box office analysts are eager to comp Office Christmas Party to last year’s Sisters which did a 6.3x multiple of $87M off its $13.9M opening. However that’s an apples-to-oranges comparison. Sisters was pure counterprogramming to the biggest movie of all-time, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it was squarely aimed at older women who had no interest in going to that bigger movie immediately. Sisters also starred two very solid TV personalities with huge followings, not to mention it wasn’t saddled by a holiday theme. Nor is the PG-13 Boo! A Madea Halloween a great comp either for Office Christmas Party. That Tyler Perry movie drew predominately African Americans and amassed $73M in seven weeks off an A CinemaScore.

    It’s been a hard road for R-rated comedies this year, and party hardy ones have had it harder. Audiences have shown little tolerance for them: Neighbors 2 fell flat with a 2.5x of $55.3M off a $21.8M opening while Mike and Dave did a 2.8x of $46M from a $16.6M opening. Maybe Office Christmas Party can prove them wrong. It does have the holiday season multiple on its side (most of these ho-ho comedies do an average 4.5x), plus 18-24ers gave the pic an A-, while under 18 gave it an A+. That audience will become more available in the weeks to come and there’s really nothing else out there like Office Christmas Party.

    Cost-wise, Office Christmas Party cost $45M, $20M more than Rogen’s The Night Before, and industry estimates peg the pic’s P&A at $35M. All in for the weekend, with non-Paramount territories, the global launch for this raunch was $33.9M. Earlier this weekend, Fandango noticed that Office Christmas Party was outpacing this year’s R-rated comedies, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising at the same point in the Fandango sales cycle.

    According to ComScore, Office Christmas Party is pulling in 50/50 males-females, 69% over 25 with only a meh 55% recommending it to their friends. Breaking down CinemaScore we see a 56% turnout among guys, 83% over 25.

    http://deadline.com/2016/12/jennifer-aniston-tj-miller-office-christmas-party-moana-fantastic-beasts-1201867403/

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, for Lady V and others. The Weave may live to make another POS, but just barely (the bold is mine):

    ‘Moana’ Shuts ‘Office Christmas Party’ Out Of No. 1, But Raunchy Comedy Loud With $17M+ – Sunday Update

    On the upside, for Paramount/DreamWorks-Reliance’s holiday bacchanal, is the fact that its beating its $13M-$15M weekend projection. Office Christmas Party‘s current forecasted opening is 68% better than the FSS of Seth Rogen’s R-rated holiday comedy last year, The Night Before ($9.9M, A- Cineamscore, final domestic $43m).

    Paramount took strides to show in their trailers that this movie was a modern holiday It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with a huge comedy ensemble (I even heard that they shot scenes at the last minute and added some comedians in smaller parts to make it more comedically epic); and that alone distinguishes the pic from other party-hardy movies that have preceded it this year. According to CinemaScore 63% bought tickets to Office Christmas Party because they like raunchy pics.

    Despite this, the ensemble assembled here might have featured too many faces that were cult draws or had too much niche appeal wedged in with leading thesps Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston. In terms of the cast’s draw, CinemaScore shows OK numbers, but not through-the-roof. Aniston/Kate McKinnon/Olivia Munn pulled in 31% of the crowd, while actors T.J. Miller/Bateman accounted for 22% of business. Compare this to Sisters where 71% of the audience bought tickets because it was a Tina Fey-Amy Poehler pairing. Overall, Office Christmas Party gets a B CinemaScore which is in line with a number of other bacchanal comedies including last year’s Sisters, this year’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and 2014’s Neighbors.

    But how much money can Office Christmas Party sleep its way to before the end of the year?

    Some box office analysts are eager to comp Office Christmas Party to last year’s Sisters which did a 6.3x multiple of $87M off its $13.9M opening. However that’s an apples-to-oranges comparison. Sisters was pure counterprogramming to the biggest movie of all-time, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it was squarely aimed at older women who had no interest in going to that bigger movie immediately. Sisters also starred two very solid TV personalities with huge followings, not to mention it wasn’t saddled by a holiday theme. Nor is the PG-13 Boo! A Madea Halloween a great comp either for Office Christmas Party. That Tyler Perry movie drew predominately African Americans and amassed $73M in seven weeks off an A CinemaScore.

    It’s been a hard road for R-rated comedies this year, and party hardy ones have had it harder. Audiences have shown little tolerance for them: Neighbors 2 fell flat with a 2.5x of $55.3M off a $21.8M opening while Mike and Dave did a 2.8x of $46M from a $16.6M opening. Maybe Office Christmas Party can prove them wrong. It does have the holiday season multiple on its side (most of these ho-ho comedies do an average 4.5x), plus 18-24ers gave the pic an A-, while under 18 gave it an A+. That audience will become more available in the weeks to come and there’s really nothing else out there like Office Christmas Party.

    Cost-wise, Office Christmas Party cost $45M, $20M more than Rogen’s The Night Before, and industry estimates peg the pic’s P&A at $35M. All in for the weekend, with non-Paramount territories, the global launch for this raunch was $33.9M. Earlier this weekend, Fandango noticed that Office Christmas Party was outpacing this year’s R-rated comedies, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising at the same point in the Fandango sales cycle.

    According to ComScore, Office Christmas Party is pulling in 50/50 males-females, 69% over 25 with only a meh 55% recommending it to their friends. Breaking down CinemaScore we see a 56% turnout among guys, 83% over 25.

    http://deadline.com/2016/12/jennifer-aniston-tj-miller-office-christmas-party-moana-fantastic-beasts-1201867403/

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, for Lady V and others. The Weave may live to make another POS, but just barely (the bold is mine):

    ‘Moana’ Shuts ‘Office Christmas Party’ Out Of No. 1, But Raunchy Comedy Loud With $17M+ – Sunday Update

    On the upside, for Paramount/DreamWorks-Reliance’s holiday bacchanal, is the fact that its beating its $13M-$15M weekend projection. Office Christmas Party‘s current forecasted opening is 68% better than the FSS of Seth Rogen’s R-rated holiday comedy last year, The Night Before ($9.9M, A- Cineamscore, final domestic $43m).

    Paramount took strides to show in their trailers that this movie was a modern holiday It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with a huge comedy ensemble (I even heard that they shot scenes at the last minute and added some comedians in smaller parts to make it more comedically epic); and that alone distinguishes the pic from other party-hardy movies that have preceded it this year. According to CinemaScore 63% bought tickets to Office Christmas Party because they like raunchy pics.

    Despite this, the ensemble assembled here might have featured too many faces that were cult draws or had too much niche appeal wedged in with leading thesps Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston. In terms of the cast’s draw, CinemaScore shows OK numbers, but not through-the-roof. Aniston/Kate McKinnon/Olivia Munn pulled in 31% of the crowd, while actors T.J. Miller/Bateman accounted for 22% of business. Compare this to Sisters where 71% of the audience bought tickets because it was a Tina Fey-Amy Poehler pairing. Overall, Office Christmas Party gets a B CinemaScore which is in line with a number of other bacchanal comedies including last year’s Sisters, this year’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and 2014’s Neighbors.

    But how much money can Office Christmas Party sleep its way to before the end of the year?

    Some box office analysts are eager to comp Office Christmas Party to last year’s Sisters which did a 6.3x multiple of $87M off its $13.9M opening. However that’s an apples-to-oranges comparison. Sisters was pure counterprogramming to the biggest movie of all-time, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it was squarely aimed at older women who had no interest in going to that bigger movie immediately. Sisters also starred two very solid TV personalities with huge followings, not to mention it wasn’t saddled by a holiday theme. Nor is the PG-13 Boo! A Madea Halloween a great comp either for Office Christmas Party. That Tyler Perry movie drew predominately African Americans and amassed $73M in seven weeks off an A CinemaScore.

    It’s been a hard road for R-rated comedies this year, and party hardy ones have had it harder. Audiences have shown little tolerance for them: Neighbors 2 fell flat with a 2.5x of $55.3M off a $21.8M opening while Mike and Dave did a 2.8x of $46M from a $16.6M opening. Maybe Office Christmas Party can prove them wrong. It does have the holiday season multiple on its side (most of these ho-ho comedies do an average 4.5x), plus 18-24ers gave the pic an A-, while under 18 gave it an A+. That audience will become more available in the weeks to come and there’s really nothing else out there like Office Christmas Party.

    Cost-wise, Office Christmas Party cost $45M, $20M more than Rogen’s The Night Before, and industry estimates peg the pic’s P&A at $35M. All in for the weekend, with non-Paramount territories, the global launch for this raunch was $33.9M. Earlier this weekend, Fandango noticed that Office Christmas Party was outpacing this year’s R-rated comedies, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising at the same point in the Fandango sales cycle.

    According to ComScore, Office Christmas Party is pulling in 50/50 males-females, 69% over 25 with only a meh 55% recommending it to their friends. Breaking down CinemaScore we see a 56% turnout among guys, 83% over 25.

    http://deadline.com/2016/12/jennifer-aniston-tj-miller-office-christmas-party-moana-fantastic-beasts-1201867403/

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Oh, for Lady V and others. The Weave may live to make another POS, but just barely (the bold is mine):

    ‘Moana’ Shuts ‘Office Christmas Party’ Out Of No. 1, But Raunchy Comedy Loud With $17M+ – Sunday Update

    On the upside, for Paramount/DreamWorks-Reliance’s holiday bacchanal, is the fact that its beating its $13M-$15M weekend projection. Office Christmas Party‘s current forecasted opening is 68% better than the FSS of Seth Rogen’s R-rated holiday comedy last year, The Night Before ($9.9M, A- Cineamscore, final domestic $43m).

    Paramount took strides to show in their trailers that this movie was a modern holiday It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with a huge comedy ensemble (I even heard that they shot scenes at the last minute and added some comedians in smaller parts to make it more comedically epic); and that alone distinguishes the pic from other party-hardy movies that have preceded it this year. According to CinemaScore 63% bought tickets to Office Christmas Party because they like raunchy pics.

    Despite this, the ensemble assembled here might have featured too many faces that were cult draws or had too much niche appeal wedged in with leading thesps Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston. In terms of the cast’s draw, CinemaScore shows OK numbers, but not through-the-roof. Aniston/Kate McKinnon/Olivia Munn pulled in 31% of the crowd, while actors T.J. Miller/Bateman accounted for 22% of business. Compare this to Sisters where 71% of the audience bought tickets because it was a Tina Fey-Amy Poehler pairing. Overall, Office Christmas Party gets a B CinemaScore which is in line with a number of other bacchanal comedies including last year’s Sisters, this year’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and 2014’s Neighbors.

    But how much money can Office Christmas Party sleep its way to before the end of the year?

    Some box office analysts are eager to comp Office Christmas Party to last year’s Sisters which did a 6.3x multiple of $87M off its $13.9M opening. However that’s an apples-to-oranges comparison. Sisters was pure counterprogramming to the biggest movie of all-time, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it was squarely aimed at older women who had no interest in going to that bigger movie immediately. Sisters also starred two very solid TV personalities with huge followings, not to mention it wasn’t saddled by a holiday theme. Nor is the PG-13 Boo! A Madea Halloween a great comp either for Office Christmas Party. That Tyler Perry movie drew predominately African Americans and amassed $73M in seven weeks off an A CinemaScore.

    It’s been a hard road for R-rated comedies this year, and party hardy ones have had it harder. Audiences have shown little tolerance for them: Neighbors 2 fell flat with a 2.5x of $55.3M off a $21.8M opening while Mike and Dave did a 2.8x of $46M from a $16.6M opening. Maybe Office Christmas Party can prove them wrong. It does have the holiday season multiple on its side (most of these ho-ho comedies do an average 4.5x), plus 18-24ers gave the pic an A-, while under 18 gave it an A+. That audience will become more available in the weeks to come and there’s really nothing else out there like Office Christmas Party.

    Cost-wise, Office Christmas Party cost $45M, $20M more than Rogen’s The Night Before, and industry estimates peg the pic’s P&A at $35M. All in for the weekend, with non-Paramount territories, the global launch for this raunch was $33.9M. Earlier this weekend, Fandango noticed that Office Christmas Party was outpacing this year’s R-rated comedies, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising at the same point in the Fandango sales cycle.

    According to ComScore, Office Christmas Party is pulling in 50/50 males-females, 69% over 25 with only a meh 55% recommending it to their friends. Breaking down CinemaScore we see a 56% turnout among guys, 83% over 25.

    http://deadline.com/2016/12/jennifer-aniston-tj-miller-office-christmas-party-moana-fantastic-beasts-1201867403/

  • Passing Through

    I was just about to post a comment on the last thread and then Isaw the posts about the thread that was chosen…

    sandra • 5 hours ago

    The best part was Laura Dern announcing the name of Billy Bob for Best Actor in a Drama series hahahah you should have seen her face…………..LOL

    +++++++++++++++++++

    Snora knew he’d be nominated when she took the gig. Personally I’m still LMAO that Ben Harper dumped her a 2nd time. And the time when Bruce Dern was nominated a few years ago and he was talking about JV and how long they’d known each other – and how Snora had babysat Angie a few times when they were kids. He didn’t sound to terribly upset that Snora got dumped by BBT so BBT could marry Angie. LOL!

  • Passing Through

    I was just about to post a comment on the last thread and then Isaw the posts about the thread that was chosen…

    sandra • 5 hours ago

    The best part was Laura Dern announcing the name of Billy Bob for Best Actor in a Drama series hahahah you should have seen her face…………..LOL

    +++++++++++++++++++

    Snora knew he’d be nominated when she took the gig. Personally I’m still LMAO that Ben Harper dumped her a 2nd time. And the time when Bruce Dern was nominated a few years ago and he was talking about JV and how long they’d known each other – and how Snora had babysat Angie a few times when they were kids. He didn’t sound to terribly upset that Snora got dumped by BBT so BBT could marry Angie. LOL!

  • lyric

    Me too. I really thought Angie and the kids would move back to Los Feliz so they could have some normalcy in their lives. I would think Brad would agree to that and move to another house in the compound or to another location nearby so he could have his visitation previlages. I hope Angie and Brad have already or are going to joint therapy to help them to better understand the needs of their kids so they can help them heal as well as each other. I hope Brad will get more visits per week so he can rebuild his bond with his children.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    The initial break happen because of what happened on the plane, not anywhere else.

    So, yes, I really don’t get why they aren’t back at Los Feliz.

    That is HOME.

  • Passing Through

    In terms of the cast’s draw, CinemaScore shows OK numbers, but not through-the-roof. Aniston/Kate McKinnon/Olivia Munn pulled in 31% of the crowd

    Sooooo…basically what I’m getting out of this is that Ticky is at best 10.3% responsible for putting butts in seats for this movie. And there you have, in a nutshell, Ticky’s box office problem. She has to be in an ensemble with at least 10 other actors that people will pay to see.

    As far as OXP’s final numbers? If it gets above $65MIL I’ll be shocked. This Friday the Star Wars spin-off opens and it’s tracking over $200MIL If OXP doesn’t fall 60% or more this weekend I’ll be shocked. And then 2 weeks after that both Assassin’s Creed and Passengers open.

    The good news for Par is that they’re only distributing so they’ll make back the $35MIL they spent on P&A first.

  • Passing Through

    The only thing I can think of is that it’s Brad’s house and Brad’s compound and there was a recommendation (by DCFS or Wasser) to remove the children from their father’s perceived realm of influence. Yes, they’re still using the same security team and same nanniesteachers but, other than Angie, for the most part – those are the only ties to Brad left in their lives right now. That’s all I got.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Yeah, I’m pretty sure guys will be giving all their money to the Disney Overlords next week.

    So, if this POS doesn’t tumble more than 50%, I will be surprised.

    10.3% LOL! How damn sad is that?

    Let’s see it’s 12/12, I haven’t heard about any more upcoming movie gigs for the Weave.

    Oh, I forgot, she’s waiting for something to “speak” to her … as she see that her main expense made another withdrawal from her account.

    *giggles*

  • Passing Through

    Angie and the kids can’t go to the SB house because it’s in another county. And secondly, if you’re getting a divorce – do you REALLY want to be on property that your spouse owns the majority of? Prolly not. Brad owned most of that compound before he ever met Angie and legally she’s not entitled to anything he owned before they married – or got together in their case. Yes, she co-owns 2 houses there with him, but he still owns most of the compound by himself.

  • Passing Through

    Angie and the kids can’t go to the SB house because it’s in another county. And secondly, if you’re getting a divorce – do you REALLY want to be on property that your spouse owns the majority of? Prolly not. Brad owned most of that compound before he ever met Angie and legally she’s not entitled to anything he owned before they married – or got together in their case. Yes, she co-owns 2 houses there with him, but he still owns most of the compound by himself.

  • toastie postie

    THEPLAYLIST
    The 25 Best Breakthrough Directors Of 2016
    Oliver Lyttelton December 8 – only posted Barry Jenkins

    Barry Jenkins – “Moonlight”

    Not to be all hipster about it, but if we’d been doing this list eight years ago, Jenkins would have been on it — his 2008 debut “Medicine For Melancholy,” a gorgeous, gentrification-themed San Francisco twist on “Before Sunrise,” was a favorite of ours at the time. But given how little seen it was, and what a phenomenon “Moonlight” has become, it was a no-brainer to include him this time —Jenkins has gone from being known by very few to one of the most in-demand directors around and a likely Oscar nominee. His utterly beautiful, deeply felt coming-of-age tale tracking young Chiron and his gradual embrace of his sexual identity in Miami, based on a play by Tarrell Alvin McCraney, is easily one of the best movies of the year, a perfectly achieved combination of raw emotion and extraordinary performances. He’s surely got all kinds of offers on his plate, but next up looks to be a TV adaptation of Colson Whitehead’s “The Underground Railroad.”

    http://theplaylist.net/25-best-breakthrough-directors-2016-20161208/3/#cb-content

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    As you say, same security team, same assistant delivering pizzas, same nannies/teachers – all still connected to their father.

    I get what you’re saying as the possible reason.

    But I really think this is just contributing to the shut down.

  • Passing Through

    I’m glad they’re happy about it…because if it was me I’d have had a nervous breakdown on the spot. LOL!

  • toastie postie

    THEPLAYLIST – just posted “Moonlight” – rest in link at bottom, also snippets of muisc from each movie – I love that the movie had Barbara Lewis “Hello Stranger” in it.

    The 30 Best Film Scores & Soundtracks Of 2016
    Oliver Lyttelton December 12

    2. “Moonlight”

    Like an arrow through the heart, or maybe a moonbeam concentrated to laser-like intensity, to put on Nicholas Britell‘s utterly beautiful classical score for Barry Jenkins‘ “Moonlight” is to find yourself immediately transported back into the film’s emotional landscape. Britell, who came to our attention with his work on “The Big Short” really outdoes himself here, rising to the occasion of Jenkins’ beautifully observed, quietly devastating film and supplying it with a rhythmic and melodic backdrop that feels both timeless, like it’s always existed, and new and questing, like it’s breaking new ground at every juncture just like its central character. Cleverly reprising the same theme three times over, at a slightly different pitch and with rearranged instrumentation to represent the three phases of Chiron’s life, and then further playing with the speed and timbre of those tracks to yield even less recognisable variations, even those are not the most outstanding tracks on the album: that honor has to go to the shimmering, sweeping, soaring, cascading violins of “The Middle of the World.” That track, which was used on the trailer and has become something of a sonic talisman for the movie is perfect for suggesting the roiling extremes of emotion that can lie underneath the calmest of exteriors, while the film’s standout pre-existing cut — Barbara Lewis‘ plaintive but hopeful “Hello Stranger” — feels like it might have been written, almost 50 years ago, exclusively to be used at exactly the moment it crops up here.

    theplaylist.net/30-best-film-scores-soundtracks-2016-20161212/3/#cb-content

    Moonlight | Hello Stranger | Barbara Lewis
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJAMawhrmPE

  • toastie postie

    Moonlight | Music of Moonlight | Official Featurette HD | A24 – language***
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tARnAXUGYA

  • 81a

    Hear! Hear!!!

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    So, Paramount got acting nominations and the FFJenkins pic nod?

    And nothing for Silence?

    I know the Globe don’t usually overlap much with Oscar nods, but it will be interesting to see if these nominations shape any perceptions or sense of momentum.

  • sandra

    LOL she knew she was going to read his name but even so when she says it you can fell how uncomfortable she was LOL Just find the video in youtube lol

    Edit – Snora LOL…PT there is no one like you to put those names. I don’t want to be your enemy LOL :)