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U.S. film star and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie visited displaced families in Iraq Thursday, the U.N. Refugee Agency confirmed. People.com said the trip was Jolie's third to the war-torn region.
Ex-bodyguard Mickey Brett, who once guarded Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, says he is considering writing a memoir about his time with the U.S.
US actress Angelina Jolie ranked No 1 on Forbes magazine's annual Celebrity 100 list, based on her press coverage and $27 million earnings in 2008.
Representatives for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are flatly denying tabloid reports the Hollywood couple is breaking up. Pitt's publicist told Usmagazine.com Wednesday that rumors the stars are about to go public with a split after four years together is absolutely not true. Not true at all, Jolie's manager also told the magazine's Web site. They have their fights and moments, but generally things are good.
Film actress Angelina Jolie is fine after enduring a minor injury while filming Salt in Long Island, N.Y., her representative says. The unidentified representative for the 33-year-old actress confirmed Jolie was hurt while filming a scene for the action film, but has since returned to work, People.com reported Friday.
Actress Angelina Jolie suffered a minor injury on the Long Island, N.Y., set of her latest action movie Salt, the film's production company said Friday. TMZ said Jolie bumped her head and sustained a small gash between her eyes while doing a stunt, but her manager emphasized she is fine. This morning while filming an action sequence ...
U.S. actress Angelina Jolie is in talks to play crime-solving heroine Kay Scarpetta in a film based on Patricia Cornwell's blockbuster novels. Scarpetta, who appears in more than a dozen books, is a brilliant medical examiner who loves to cook and has complicated romantic and familial relationships.
U.S. actress Angelina Jolie says Thailand should offer aid to thousands of refugees who have entered the Asian country after fleeing Myanmar. Jolie, according to a released U.N.
Hollywood celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will rent a Suffolk County, N.Y., estate while she films the movie Salt, a Faded Youth blog said. Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi confirmed his county would serve as a filming location for the upcoming espionage thriller, prompting Jolie and Pitt to rent a 48-acre waterfront estate on the Lloyd Neck peninsula, Newsday reported Saturday. The estate features eight bedrooms, indicating the couple will likely be bringing along their...
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