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Angelina Jolie Meets Fans After Question & Answer Event!

Angelina Jolie Meets Fans After Question & Answer Event!

Angelina Jolie was so good to her fans last night!

The actress, director and humanitarian was taking part in a question and answer session on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles, and afterwards, she took time to sign lots of autographs for her fans.

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Angelina‘s latest film, First They Killed My Father, is now available to stream on Netflix – be sure to check it out!

FYI: Angelina is wearing Mykita sunglasses.

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  • Itsumi

    She looks really old and I have to say, her forehead is huge.

    http://www.justjared.com/photo-gallery/3959952/angelina-jolie-signs-autographs-08/

  • toastie postie

    So happy for Angelina. Congratulations on Cambodia’s submission as its Academy entry.

  • MFGBali

    This one obviously has had lots of work done recently.

  • MFGBali

    Losing hair when you miss out on vital nutrients, like iron and so on.

  • No Comment

    It’s not a good idea to have these ridiculously huge implants when you’re emaciated and malnourished.

  • Lylian

    Congratulations TP! You are The first fan to post. The others look to be trolls coz I’ve got them on block.

    LOL! What a weird world we live in when angie’s trolls are the first to post in a new thread. What a way to look back on their lives one day.

  • Whiteley

    Can’t believe she’s only 42… more like 52.

  • neer

    .
    We are just thankful for this blessing…FTKMF as Cambodia’s Foreign Language Entry…

    We will just take one blessing at a time…

    We do not want to count the chicks before they are hatched.

    What is important the film is really getting the serious attention that it deserves.

    The comments are overwhelming and the comments are not out of PR, paid press, publicity…

    The positive reception are from actual reaction from REAL people from all walks of life.

    AJ, Loung and the rest of the cast & crew must be truly proud of their work that FTKMF is sending a valuable message to the public about love, family, resilience. It becomes a cathartic way for those who can relate to their real life experience or to their relatives.

    Awards or no awards, I think they have already accomplished their noble mission.

  • Beedyq

    So drumpfie’s idiot arrogant lawyers brag about hiding documents from Mueller in a safe in a restaurant and a reporter overhears them, and Kelly stays in this mess and is now as tainted as all who associate with drumpie
    😤😤
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Trump Lawyers Clash Over How Much to Cooperate With Russia Inquiry
    ………
    Mr. McGahn supports cooperation, but is worried about setting a precedent that would weaken the White House long after Mr. Trump’s tenure is over. He is described as particularly concerned about whether the president will invoke executive or attorney-client privilege to limit how forthcoming Mr. McGahn could be if he himself is interviewed by the special counsel as requested.

    The friction escalated in recent days after Mr. Cobb was overheard by a reporter for The New York Times discussing the dispute during a lunchtime conversation at a popular Washington steakhouse. Mr. Cobb was heard talking about a White House lawyer he deemed “a McGahn spy” and saying Mr. McGahn had “a couple documents locked in a safe” that he seemed to suggest he wanted access to. He also mentioned a colleague whom he blamed for “some of these earlier leaks,” and who he said “tried to push Jared out,” meaning Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, who has been a previous source of dispute for the legal team

    After The Times contacted the White House about the situation, Mr. McGahn privately erupted at Mr. Cobb, according to people informed about the confrontation who asked not to be named describing internal matters. John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, sharply reprimanded Mr. Cobb for his indiscretion, the people said.

    Mr. Cobb sought to defuse the conflict in an interview over the weekend, praising Mr. McGahn as a superb lawyer. “He has been very helpful to me, and whenever we have differences of opinion, we have been able to work them out professionally and reach consensus,” Mr. Cobb said. “We have different roles. He has a much fuller plate. But we’re both devoted to this White House and getting as much done on behalf of the presidency as possible.”

    The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, is investigating connections between Russia and Mr. Trump and his associates, including whether they conspired to influence last year’s election. Mr. Mueller is also looking into whether Mr. Trump’s decision to fire James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director initially leading the investigation, constitutes obstruction of justice. He has asked the White House for emails and documents related to these matters, and Mr. Cobb has organized the requests into 13 categories, but officials would not describe them in more detail. So far, officials said the White House has not turned down any request.

    Mr. Trump’s aides said they were scrambling to respond to the requests to avoid a subpoena that might make it look as if the White House was not cooperating. Mr. Cobb hoped to turn over a trove of documents this week, according to people close to the legal team.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-lawyers-clash-over-how-much-to-cooperate-with-russia-inquiry/ar-AAs6fKs?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=spartandhp

  • Beedyq

    They have no lives.

  • Feddupp

    I watched Mr. & Mrs. Smith last week. She looks like a shadow of her former self, as if 30 years had passed instead of just 12. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a celebrity age this hard so young. She looks like Jessica Lange’s aging at 68 years old.

  • Feddupp

    That’s rich coming from an Angeloonie who lives on JustJared’s website and through Angelina.

  • Beck

    Happy to hear the great news about Cambodia selecting Angie’s movie. I was pretty confident it would, but confirmation is nice. I think it has a great chance of being nominated at the AA.

  • Feddupp

    Her forehead seems to be getting bigger along with her ego.

  • MFGBali

    Her fans have always been hypocritical dimwits.

  • toastie postie

    All as moronic as Dumpster – tainted souls

  • Feddupp

    True.

  • Lylian

    These guys ALL must go to Jail!!

  • toastie postie

    Have her on alert!!!! Obsessed with hate.

  • Whiteley

    Looks like smoking, starving herself and a (maybe former) drug addiction has finally taken its toll re her looks.

  • neer

    One of the significant benefits from FTKMF is that it has opened the discussion of genocide in Cambodia.

  • lorelai

    She looks ill, even Botox/fillers can’t change that.

  • Lylian

    My Guess? Yes and no.

    The present government is led by someone thought to be from the Lhmer Rouge. Any discussions will be of the personal suffering nature.

  • MFGBali

    Jolie has lost her looks. I mean good for her that Botox and filler injections exist but her skinny, veiny legs and arms say everything about her skeletal frame.

    Sad to see that she doesn’t seek help for her obvious ED, not even for her kids.

  • ЯR

    AJ looks very plastic here… caked in makeup and all botoxed up.

  • Pristin

    Angelina doesn’t look as quite natural and graceful as she used to.

  • Lesley Starkey

    Alexei Hay, who has photographed everyone (and all your “favourite” actresses from Julia Robert, Reese Witherspoon to Jennifer Aniston) has uploaded his people cover with Angelina:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BZKwSC1gDgX/?hl=en&taken-by=alexeihay

  • Aídan

    St. Angie is the new Karen Carpenter – we all know how that ended.

  • Lesley Starkey

    Alexei Hay, who has photographed everyone (and all your “favourite” actresses from Julia Robert, Reese Witherspoon to Jennifer Aniston) has uploaded his people cover with Angelina:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BZKwSC1gDgX

    His comment: My Hero

  • toastie postie

    Thanks!

  • Lesley Starkey

    I thought I posted this but double posted instead. Finger crossed:

    A great article/review of someone who attended Tiff, the FTKMF premiere and the Q&A afterwards.

    Jude Idada on Angelina Jolie And The Movie ‘First They Killed My Father’

    Yesterday at the Toronto International Film Festival, I saw a movie written and directed by Angelina Jolie – First They Killed My Father.

    It is an incredibly powerful and beautiful film. A film so sensitive and intimate, yet heart wrenching and provoking that it could only have been so brilliantly told by a woman.

    A woman with a big heart.

    A woman whose big heart is full of love, and whose mind overflows with wisdom and deep intuition.

    A spirit soul.

    The film is broadly about a loving family which is slowly and systematically destroyed by the murderous Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, a regime that killed a quarter of the entire population of Cambodia during its short four-year reign from 1975 to 1979.

    By United Nations estimates, this number equals 3 million people, people who had previously jubilated and welcomed them to power.

    She made this film for her son Maddox Jolie-Pitt, who she adopted from Cambodia.

    And in her words she also made the movie:

    “…that we may remember that evil needs our active collaboration and casual disinterest to come alive.”

    Angelina came with all her children for the premiere and I couldn’t resist taking a picture.

    But that was not the most memorable moment.

    Yes there were several of them, which happened in the theatre as we watched the film. There were tears all over as the film pulled you in and made you ponder and wonder, reflect and cringe, smile and hope, extrapolate and learn.

    It tells you starkly – This can happen to you too.

    It is a true life story.

    And it shows how we can, through our own words and actions while expressing our grievances and disillusionment, unwittingly pave the way to power for the ones who claim to have our interest at heart but are actually bent on creating an incredibly barbarous dystopia, which will ultimately destroy us.

    It says be careful who you label “Saviour”.

    Messiah.

    Leader.

    Many a madman speaks intelligently.

    Many a demon are cloaked in the vestiges of angels.

    As Lonzo Nzekwe and I watched it, I turned to him and asked him, “Who does this remind you of in Nigeria?”

    And he mentioned a name – the same name that was in my mind.

    We fell back into silence as we watched on. And then Lonzo whispered, “All I am thinking of are my children.”

    And there were tears in his eyes.

    It is a film about Cambodia. Yet it reminds you so much of Nigeria. This path we are treading.

    Be careful on whose head you want the crown laid.

    During the Q and A session, after we had watched the movie, a young girl stood up and asked Angelina, “What do we do when people like these come to us saying that they want to free us from oppression?”

    And Angelina responded in that her quiet but deeply loving and enlightened way.

    “First of all, be brave, stand up and ask questions. The person who would kill you while purporting to save you hates answering questions. They detest being held to any reasonable standards of expectations. That is your red flag. That is the sign. When they attempt to shut you down, it is your duty to oppose them in any way you can. If you stay silent, you give them power. If you give them power, they will ultimately kill you.”

    May we all stay woke.

    These are dangerous times

    http://www.mymindsnaps.com/jude-idada-on-angelina-jolie-and-the-movie-first-they-killed-my-father/

  • neer

    Thanks for the link.
    I would like to post the whole article.

    http://www.mymindsnaps.com/jude-idada-on-angelina-jolie-and-the-movie-first-they-killed-my-father/

    http://www.mymindsnaps.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/FTKMF_Unit_00432R-1180×664-660×330.jpg

    Jude Idada on Angelina Jolie And The Movie ‘First They Killed My Father’

    shakespeareanwalter 9 hours ago

    Yesterday at the Toronto International Film Festival, I saw a movie written and directed by Angelina Jolie – First They Killed My Father.

    It is an incredibly powerful and beautiful film. A film so sensitive and intimate, yet heart wrenching and provoking that it could only have been so brilliantly told by a woman.

    A woman with a big heart.

    A woman whose big heart is full of love, and whose mind overflows with wisdom and deep intuition.

    A spirit soul.

    The film is broadly about a loving family which is slowly and systematically destroyed by the murderous Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, a regime that killed a quarter of the entire population of Cambodia during its short four-year reign from 1975 to 1979.

    By United Nations estimates, this number equals 3 million people, people who had previously jubilated and welcomed them to power.

    She made this film for her son Maddox Jolie-Pitt, who she adopted from Cambodia.

    And in her words she also made the movie:

    “…that we may remember that evil needs our active collaboration and casual disinterest to come alive.”


    Angelina came with all her children for the premiere and I couldn’t resist taking a picture.
    http://www.mymindsnaps.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/21731308_10155457218546068_1764687548282692224_n.jpg

    But that was not the most memorable moment.

    Yes there were several of them, which happened in the theatre as we watched the film. There were tears all over as the film pulled you in and made you ponder and wonder, reflect and cringe, smile and hope, extrapolate and learn.

    It tells you starkly – This can happen to you too.

    It is a true life story.

    And it shows how we can, through our own words and actions while expressing our grievances and disillusionment, unwittingly pave the way to power for the ones who claim to have our interest at heart but are actually bent on creating an incredibly barbarous dystopia, which will ultimately destroy us.

    It says be careful who you label “Saviour”.

    Messiah.

    Leader.

    Many a madman speaks intelligently.

    Many a demon are cloaked in the vestiges of angels.

    As Lonzo Nzekwe and I watched it, I turned to him and asked him, “Who does this remind you of in Nigeria?”

    And he mentioned a name – the same name that was in my mind.

    We fell back into silence as we watched on. And then Lonzo whispered, “All I am thinking of are my children.”

    And there were tears in his eyes.

    It is a film about Cambodia. Yet it reminds you so much of Nigeria. This path we are treading.

    Be careful on whose head you want the crown laid.

    During the Q and A session, after we had watched the movie, a young girl stood up and asked Angelina, “What do we do when people like these come to us saying that they want to free us from oppression?”

    And Angelina responded in that her quiet but deeply loving and enlightened way.

    “First of all, be brave, stand up and ask questions. The person who would kill you while purporting to save you hates answering questions. They detest being held to any reasonable standards of expectations. That is your red flag. That is the sign. When they attempt to shut you down, it is your duty to oppose them in any way you can. If you stay silent, you give them power. If you give them power, they will ultimately kill you.”

    May we all stay woke.

    These are dangerous times.

  • African Girl

    I love her sunglasses!! Wonder what Brand they are.

    I remember the His and Hers Tom Ford sunglasses she and BP used to spot. Seems like eons ago now. Sigh!!

  • African Girl

    Wow! High Praise!!

    Thank you for posting it.

  • TaraTeller

    Write a fucking book why don’t you?

  • TaraTeller

    She is plastic. Look at older pics of her and you can see all the work she had done. No one called her the most beautiful woman when she first started making movies.

  • sandra

    Julie Carmen‏
    @JulieCarmen3
    Angelina Jolie’s film “First They Killed My Father” is stunning. Don’t miss seeing it @Netflix

    AMPAS member

  • TaraTeller

    Facially, she looked very different in M&MS

  • TaraTeller

    and insane

  • Lesley Starkey

    Interesting pap video of Angie signing stuff for the fans (and an appearance from everyone’s favourite bodyguard – he he)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i80TyoUxUQw

  • Meri

    ITAWY.

  • toastie postie

    Thanks! LOL. Some of those people!!! Poor baby – BG – her schedule is killing him.

  • Beedyq

    He was not at TIFF so he had time to rest lol.

    Angie’s long time assistant was in NYC working as well.

  • 81a

    😔😔

  • toastie postie

    He was at TIFF – he cleaned up so maybe you didn’t recognize him.

  • Beedyq

    He was, guess he was too dressed up not in his purple shirt LOL.

    So was he not in NYC or am I completely mixed up this morning????

    LOL

  • toastie postie

    I didn’t see him at NYC.

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

    So I guess we won’t know until November/December (or even January?) when the actual nominations will be out.

    Has this ever happened before i.e. a US citizen (although I know she’s dual) made a foreign film that was put on the list and/or nominated for the Oscars?

  • Lesley Starkey

    Angelina Jolie Still Breaks the Rules: Why ‘First They Killed My Father’ is the Movie No Studio Would Make

    IndieWire talked to Angelina Jolie about why choosing Netflix meant the only leeches she had to fight were real ones in Cambodia.

    Anne Thompson

    Angelina Jolie is basking in a standing ovation at Telluride after the first screening of “First They Killed My Father.” It’s the film she wanted to make: Based on the 2000 memoir of Loung Ung, who was five when the Khmer Rouge forced her family into work camps, it required a $24 million budget, a 60-day shoot, a two-hour, 16-minute cut. The only place she pitched the film is the only one who would let her make it: Netflix.

    “She had a very specific view of the story she wanted to tell,” said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos. “It’s very traditional. It’s just as resource-intense to make a small film as a big film, where there isn’t much infrastructure in Cambodia. It would have been difficult to get made anywhere, with all local talent. It all pays off on the screen.”

    While Jolie’s film may be traditional in some ways, it’s radical in many others. “Netflix said ‘yes,’ and good on Ted Sarandos,” said Jolie. They could have said, ‘Yes, but here are your restrictions: You have to do it in English, you have to ask someone who’s known from China to play her mother, you have to cut these things to make it a smaller number.’”

    Here’s Jolie’s vision for the film, which became the biggest film ever shot in Cambodia and is now the country’s official Oscar entry for Best Foreign-Language film. It will be hard to beat — and it could also serve as checklist of reasons why any studio would say, “No.”

    1. The movie chooses truth over gloss.

    Ung was 30 when she began talking to family members in Cambodia and researching “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers.” And 17 years ago, when Jolie visited Cambodia for the first time to shoot “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” she read Ung’s memoir and looked her up, sharing her desire to adopt a Cambodian child — who turned out to be her son Maddox. They have been close friends ever since.

    Jolie and Ung worked on a script, whittling her story into a lean screenplay and looking for the visual details. Ung still cherishes the blue shirt in the film, the one article of clothing from her past that did not get dyed black. “The book is the film,” Jolie told me at Telluride. “The guide. I don’t feel like I made this as much as I just put the pieces together and brought people together. It’s grown into something we all made together. And Maddox is learning about his country for the first time.”

    2. A young girl’s realistic and very uncomfortable perspective tells the story.

    Jolie slowly takes us through each transition, showing it all from the perspective of wide-eyed young Loung Ung, who learns what it means to be unsafe and abused and starving. Along the way, she loses family members and trains to become a child soldier. And she is eventually separated from both of her parents and all but one sibling.

    “They were on that road, and they just can’t get off that road,” Jolie said. “And their feet hurt and they want to get off that road and the audience wants to get off that road. You have to make them stay on that road and let them see how heavy that thing was that she was carrying.”

    Agile Oscar-winning “Slumdog Millionaire” cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle’s cameras take us close to Ung as she experiences what is going on around her. You see the flora and fauna, the beauty of nature, flowers and insects. On set, leeches were so commonplace in water scenes that everyone just flicked them off. And that’s a real giant fuzzy tarantula.

    3. It’s a Cambodian movie.

    Of course, Jolie has seen “The Killing Fields;” it’s one of her favorite films. But she “wanted to do something where the hero was Cambodian,” she said. “And I wanted it to be mine. And shot in Cambodia.”

    Jolie loves directing because it lets her pursue subjects that she cares about, even though “the pressure of being the director and making sure it goes well for everybody can be really hard,” she said. “I also like the responsibility and I like to work hard and I hope I can be a good leader collaborating with great people.”

    Also joining Jolie, who has been a Cambodian citizen for a decade, was Cambodian filmmaker and producer Rithy Panh, who directed foreign-language Oscar nominee “The Missing Picture.” His Rithy Bophana Prods. hired and supervised more than 500 Cambodian craftspeople and technicians, many of whom, like him, were survivors or children of survivors of the genocide. The film recruited more than 3,500 Cambodian background actors.

    “It was very hard to get things brought in,” said Jolie, “the equipment and moving things around. Rithy never make me feel like he was looking over my shoulder. He was giving me what you would want, which is support.”

    Ironically, given his history under the Khmer Rouge, Pan helped organize the Khmer Rouge soldiers on set. And Ung’s role was “taking care of everybody,” said Jolie, who juggled large battle sequences, stuntmen, explosions, and thousands of extras. “I was making sure everyone was safe first and foremost, for sure,” she said.

    In one battle scene, the children are caught in the crossfire between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese Army, crouching in the river trying to find cover. “Mapping out a battle sequence that is going to be seen from one person’s point of view focuses you,” she said. “You can’t just shoot any shot that you feel is cool. You put yourself in a restricted position. We had to find a part of the river where she would be in the center of that, and figure out how things would move around her.”

    4. The sound design is delicate, the soundtrack minimal.

    The score by Marco Beltrami is neither manipulative nor overbearing. “I want to use it where I need to use it, and I like it to feel real,” Jolie said. “Because it’s the emotional point of view of a child. We needed to be her, absorbing things at the pace that she would be able to allow herself to be observant, so she looks directly at some things at the end, and that’s when it gets more horrific. This was a child’s mind that gets assaulted.”

    Finally, Jolie wanted Netflix for its global outreach. “I feel this kind of film needs an audience,” she said. “I wanted to educate people, I wanted to do this for Cambodia. I didn’t want it to be that small thing that disappeared. It will reach over 100 countries. I appreciate there are times people want to see a movie together at home. Because it’s very emotional and it’s heavy and they have the option of watching it on their own time. What I felt was best was to really get this message out.”

    “First They Killed My Father” premiered on Netflix September 15, and is currently in limited iPic theaters for a one-week day-and-date run.

    http://www.indiewire.com/2017/09/angelina-jolie-cambodian-language-first-they-killed-my-father-netflix-1201876858/

  • toastie postie

    Thank you for all the goodies!