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Angelina Jolie Enjoys a Family Day at Rose Bowl Flea Market!

Angelina Jolie Enjoys a Family Day at Rose Bowl Flea Market!

Angelina Jolie is having a really fun family day!

The 42-year-old First They Killed My Father director was spotted at the Rose Bowl Flea Market on Sunday (December 10) in Pasadena, Calif.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Angelina Jolie

Angelina was accompanied by her children Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne during the fun family outing, where the group shopped around and snacked around.

Angelina recently attended The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 Women in Entertainment Breakfast, where she delivered a powerful speech about general equality on an international level.

“We must continue fighting so that others one day will have the freedoms we have,” she said.

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  • noplace

    Angie is absolutely gorgeous!

  • toastie postie

    Thank you, JJ!

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    Philadelphia Film Critics

    Best Picture: GET OUT
    Best Director: Jordan Peele, for GET OUT
    Best Actress: Sally Hawkins, for THE SHAPE OF WATER
    Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis for PHANTOM THREAD
    Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney for I, TONYA
    Best Supporting Actor: WOODY HARRELSON, for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Best Directorial Debut: Jordan Peele for GET OUT
    Best Script: GET OUT
    Best Cinematography: Roger Deakins for BLADE RUNNER 2049
    Best Soundtrack/Score: COCO
    Best Foreign Language Film: GRADUATION by Cristian Mungiu (Romania)
    Best Documentary: JANE, directed by Brett Morgen
    Best Breakthrough Performance: Brooklynn Prince, for THE FLORIDA PROJECT

    Elaine May Award, for a deserving person or film that brings awareness to women’s issues: LADY BIRD

    Steve Friedman Award, for the film that sparked the most discussion this year: WONDER WOMAN

  • 81a

    I love her hat but please Angie no more of these horrid long cardigan coats 😣😣😣😣😣

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    Responding to your message on the other thread

    This site has photos of the children’s – http://www.legion-media.ru/

  • toastie postie

    Hi. Wouldn’t link for me.

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    Try now, and in the page, search for Angelina Jolie

  • Erianthe

    Sigh. It’s typical Angie. Like I said once before she can dress like a frumpy old woman in her every day wear — years older than what she is. But hey, she likes it — seems very comfortable. She’s an incredibly beautiful woman who (to me) downplays her looks – wish I had that problem. Prefer that to some other people who are Angie’s age that dress tacky and tasteless for attention or trying to recapture their youth.

  • Beedyq

    Thanks!

    Shi is covered up like Angie in a grey hoodie LOL and helping Angie put on that big hat

    Knox has a rubber band crossbow….

    Vivi still hanging close to her Mom….

  • Erianthe

    Late to the game as usual but I wanted to comment on Angie’s speech and style at the Hollywood Reporter event. Loves it!!! Articulate and on point as usual. And on a superficial note, the dress and hair were kicking it!

  • toastie postie

    Wow!!!! Thanks!!!!

  • Beedyq

    Lots of pics and your favorite BG on the job and his phone at times lol.

  • Sukii

    Where are the adopted kids?

  • toastie postie

    😁😁😁

  • Beedyq

    Noticed he has not always been on the job as much, other BGs have been seen as well.

  • Sukii

    Hope William the jolie and pt don’t make stupid speculation about adopted ones must be with Brad,LMAO

  • toastie postie

    They are subs for when he gets lost. GPS Chip in his neck is a little faulty.

  • toastie postie

    Hopefully Daily Fail will buy some of them.

  • Beedyq

    Probably will.

  • Beedyq

    LOL

  • Felly Smoak

    Angelina has such a terrible fashion sense, she always dresses like a very old woman

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    I got some photos of the children, I’m already posting on my blog

  • toastie postie

    Thanks. Won’t post Daily Fail pixs then.

  • bap

    Thank you!

  • Felly Smoak

    The brother that she owes a case has disappeared

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    Yes, but probably by tomorrow, I might be able to get better photos, so I’ll change.

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie
  • lyric

    Yes!!! She can dress like she is and still look beautiful.

  • bap

    Speak the truth Lyric!

  • toastie postie

    Thanks again. LOL. Notice that one pix of Vivi – she has that pouty lower lip down real good.

  • toastie postie

    Oh no need to change those. Just saved us giving them a hit. So thanks on that. I should have waited at BF.

  • http://fasdeangelinajolie.blogspot.com.br/ Fãs de Angelina Jolie

    No, I always change, because I do not like the Daily Fail photos, but it takes a while for me to get the photos in better resolution, so just for the fans not to be without photos, I temporarily use the DF.

  • toastie postie

    😊😊😊

  • lyric

    She’s at a flea market , not a red carpet event.

  • bap

    Good one Lyric!

  • 81a

    Thanks Fas. The kids are growing super fast! And I feel super old looking at them – still have such clear memories of their births in ’06 and ’08!

  • Beedyq

    Thanks for all your efforts on our behalf 😘😘

  • Passing Through

    Sigh. I give. This one’s yours, Malf!

  • Sukii

    So you dressed ugly everyday?
    You don’t attend any red carpet event in your whole life

  • Sukii

    But she is an old woman.

  • Passing Through

    Thanks. LOL at Vivi wearing Shiloh’s handme downs…that Shiloh got from Mad and Pax…

  • Estefan M

    I agree, your style is terrible

  • bap

    Angelina Jolie Calls on NATO to Protect Women’s Rights in Impassioned Op-Ed

    Karwai Tang/WireImage
    Stephanie Petit December 10, 2017 05:04 PM
    Angelina Jolie is putting a spotlight on violence against women around the world — saying it is “often more dangerous to be a woman in a warzone today than it is to be a soldier” — and joining forces with NATO to spearhead change.
    In an op-ed co-written with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg for The Guardian, the filmmaker outlines how the NATO alliance can be a leader in ending gender-based violence, especially as military tactics.
    “Despite being prohibited by international law, sexual violence continues to be employed as a tactic of war in numerous conflicts from Myanmar to Ukraine and Syria to Somalia,” she says. “It includes mass rape, gang rape, sexual slavery, and rape as a form of torture, ethnic cleansing and terrorism. It accounts in large part for why it is often more dangerous to be a woman in a warzone today than it is to be a soldier.”
    Jolie, 42, adds, “In our different roles we have seen how conflicts in which women’s bodies and rights are systematically abused last longer, cause deeper wounds and are much harder to resolve and overcome. Ending gender-based violence is therefore a vital issue of peace and security as well as of social justice.”
    The actress says NATO must become a guardian of women’s rights, falling in line with their mission to be “a shield against aggression and the fear of aggression,” according to President Harry Truman.
    http://people.com/movies/angelina-jolie-nato-op-ed-womens-rights/

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    Evening folks.

    Thank you to everyone who posted all the info about the critic’s awards and nominations.

    I actually saw this post at Fuzzy, so apologies in advance if already posted.

    The interview appears to have taken place during TIFF, but was not posted until 12/1.

    Nothing too different from most of the interviews. I did think the drop in about the separation being stalled was odd.

    AWFJ
    SPOTLIGHT December, 2017: Angelina Jolie, Humanitarian Filmmaker
    Posted by Gill Pringle on Dec 1, 2017

    With award season already in full thrust, SPOTLIGHT asks: Has there ever been an A-list actress who has – in the prime of her career – choosen to promote not herself, but two films that tell stories about third world countries?
    The actress doesn’t even play a role in either film, but opts instead to produce The Breadwinner, an animated story about a young Afghan girl who dresses as a boy in order to feed her family in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, and to direct First They Killed My Father, an unflinching child’s view on the Khmer Rouge’s deadly rule in Cambodia.
    No prizes for guessing December’s SPOTLIGHT is on Angelina Jolie, humanitarian, filmmaker, activist, mother, actress and so much more. And, both of her 2017 films have been selected as AWFJ Movie of the Week for their date of release.
    As a BAFTA and AWFJ voter, this journalist enjoys award season as much as the next, although – if we’re totally honest – it’s something of a self-serving enterprise. Pick me! Pick me!
    Which is what makes Jolie’s humility all the more admirable.
    When AWFJ met with Jolie at Toronto International Film Festival 2017, she tirelessly walked the red carpets accompanied by her six children, using her own celebrity to promote otherwise overlooked issues.
    Dressed head to toe in white maxi skirt and white buttoned shirt, she looked like an angel as she reflected on her career, surprised as anyone to note that she’s been an actress for 35 years now, making her screen debut opposite her father Jon Voight in Lookin’ to Get Out, at age seven.
    Jacqueline Bisset and Maximillian Schell were her godparents and a Hollywood career was preordained.
    “I grew up around film in a town where it was all anybody talked about. My mother always told me how she wanted to be an actress and how her grandmother wanted to be an actress, and she was just so excited that I would be an actress that I never really thought I could be anything else,” noted Jolie, 42, whose beloved mother Marcheline Bertrand died ten years ago of ovarian cancer, at age 56.
    “I got into acting partially because of my mom, because it made her so happy. It was something I was very much doing for her and it changed a little when she passed away.”

    MOVING INTO THE DIRECTOR’S CHAIR
    It’s of note that she only really began her odyssey as a director in the same year her mother died, first with the 2007 documentary A Place in Time, followed by the 2011 Bosnian drama In The Land of Milk and Honey, gaining momentum with 2014’s WW II epic, Unbroken.
    A year later she directed, wrote and starred opposite husband Brad Pitt in By The Sea, a drama about a husband and wife whose marriage is unraveling. While the poorly received film would become a self-fulfilling prophecy – the couple’s 12-year relationship unraveling over claims of his drinking and abuse – today their year-long separation is on hold.
    “I haven’t done much [on screen] since my mother passed although now I do it for my kids,” said the mother of Maddox, 16, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11, and nine-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
    If she’s happier behind the camera instead of in front, then she’s not ungrateful for the opportunities her career has presented, “It is fun and silly, putting on costumes and acting like a crazy person. It’s a great job.”

    TRAINING AND LIFE
    Although she trained at the Strasbourg Institute she looks to life for inspiration. “Have a very full life, as full as possible, and listen and be aware of what’s around you. If you do that in life, you’re a better person, and if you do that as an actor, you communicate more honestly.”
    She may have told the New York Times that she never expects “to be the one that everybody understands or likes,” but the peculiar disconnect between Jolie as a person and her perceived wild image, has long time been evident.
    Even as she begun receiving praise for 1999’s Girl, Interrupted, her Oscar-winning role as a patient in a mental health institution, she laughs recalling how one critic wrote, “the only reason she would win an Oscar is that people aren’t sure if she’s actually crazy.”

    GENTLE, KIND, UNSELFISH
    Time has proven her gentle, kind and selfless. If you have to be a little crazy to take on and achieve as much as she has done, then call her crazy.
    A cofounder of the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative, five years ago she was anointed as Special Envoy to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, undertaking more than 60 missions to date, often accompanied by her family.
    Then there’s her advocacy for womens’ health and frank discussion of her own double mastectomy, all the time raising six children.
    Having interviewed Jolie at least five times over the past decade, I’ve always found her to be smart, gracious and kind. She doesn’t even have a personal publicist and the first words out of her mouth are usually, “Ask me whatever you want.” Manna to any journalist’s ears.
    Oddly enough, early success did not bring happiness. “I actually got very depressed. I was young and I loved to be with people and this was going to change things. I was also very aware that I didn’t have much to say and I didn’t deserve a microphone. I was still trying to figure out who I was. I was certainly no different than anybody else and I didn’t want to be on the other side of the line, so it felt wrong.”
    The same year as Girl, Interrupted, she starred in The Bone Collector with Denzel Washington and Pushing Tin, demonstrating the rage of her talents.
    Ironically it was her flashy role in the blockbuster Lara Croft: Tomb Raider the following year that changed her life. While filming in Cambodia, she happened upon Loung Ung’s bestselling memoir, First They Killed My Father. At the same time, she fell in love with the Cambodian people and adopted her first child, Maddox, from a local orphanage.
    Loung Ung was five when the Khmer Rouge overthrew Lon Nol’s military rule in 1975, turning the once-prosperous former French colonial outpost into an isolated death chambe
    Seeking out Ung shortly after reading her book, the two women became instant friends, adapting the book into a screenplay many years before Netflix agreed to finance the project in 2015. Cambodian director Rithy Panh signed on as a producer. When a damning Vanity Fair article suggested that Jolie had manipulated Cambodian children during auditions for the film, Panh supported Jolie, saying how she is beloved by the Cambodian people.
    “For the longest time, I never thought I could make a movie,” Jolie said, “Not ever. And I never thought I could write. It wasn’t part of my plan.”
    Describing her decision to become a filmmaker as an accident, she now says, “I wanted to learn more about the war in Yugoslavia because it was a war I did not understand. I wasn’t planning on making a movie at all but I was sick for a few days so I was away from my kids, so I thought I’d try to write a screenplay – just for me, for fun, nobody would ever see it. I decided to start with two people who loved each other deeply and then end with one of them killing the other.”
    That of course, would be In The Land of Milk and Honey.
    “If you saw me in the days before making that film; my lack of faith in myself, I was a mess.”
    Today she is infinitely more at ease although First They Killed My Father was not without its difficulties. “It wasn’t easy, standing there with your friend while you recreate scenes of her father being taken and killed.”
    With her son Maddox working long hours, serving as an executive producer, she says. “I wanted him to work hard and give himself back to his country.”
    A champion of women’s rights for all, Jolie instantly signed on to co-produce The Breadwinner, writing in Harpers Bazaar about the inequality of a word where millions of women and girls – such as the 11-year-old girl portrayed in the film – have to go to work instead of school to support their families.

    WHY WE CHOSE HER
    As much as she is passionate about film, it’s her humanitarian work which brings the greatest satisfaction. “The people who I’ve met over the years are truly my heroes. These are people who have taught me how to be a better mother and a better person; how to appreciate life and what to value and what to live by. I’d rather remain in that world and learn from them and if I can do films that bring their stories to life, then I think that’s important.”

    http://awfj.org/blog/2017/12/01/spotlight-december-2017-angelina-jolie-humanitarian-filmmaker/

  • lyric

    Thank you Fas. You always give us great photos. 😊

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

    I think her haircut is cute. I’m surprised she got one….she seems to be very princessy.

  • toastie postie

    She’s now Ninja Princess.

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    I have to say, I like Angie’s hat and that sweater coat.

    I can’t figure out what she’s wearing underneath it.

    The kids are adorabs as always.

    How tall is Shiloh??

    And I have to say I really see Brad’s face in Knox in some of these pics. I always thought he looked more like Angie.

    And Shiloh is wearing Brad’s face today.

  • toastie postie

    BTW – wasn’t AWFJ suppose to post their winners yesterday?

  • William Bradley & The Jolie

    I’m not sure.

    I think normally AW would post those, but I didn’t see one yesterday or today.