Just Kidding - Angelina Jolie Does Care About Hollywood, Plans Her Return

Posted February 24, 2017

Last month (Jan17), Angelina insisted he went above and beyond to help his mother ideal the picture.

In addition, the Academy Award-winner has signed on to be a producer of Disney children's film, The One and Only Ivan, while she is also reported to be quietly working away on what might be her next project as a director, an adaptation of Alessandro Baricco's novel Without Blood, which details the cruelties of war.

Jolie's last film in front of the camera was By the Sea, which she also wrote and directed, and costarred in with her now ex-husband, Brad Pitt, but bombed at the box office.

Hollywood's best-paid star Angelina Jolie is definitely not done with her acting career yet, regardless of reports suggesting otherwise. She wanted them to let loose of their capabilities and become rounded people.

Just Kidding - Angelina Jolie Does Care About Hollywood, Plans Her Return

Angelina Jolie was in Cambodia to promote her upcoming film First They Killed My Father which is based on the Khmer Rouge regime of Cambodia.

She has been keeping a low profile since filing for divorce from Brad Pitt in September. The 41-year-old actress is in Cambodia with her children -Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 10, and eight-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne - where they cooked creepy crawlies - crickets, scorpions and spiders - during an interview with BBC World News. This was the flawless opportunity for Jolie to step back into the spotlight, with her children in tow, in a place that is meaningful to the family.

Along with these mega movies, Jolie is also mulling starring in The Bride of Frankenstein reboot and Sony's Shoot Like a Girl. Ung, who is portrayed in a highly emotional performance by child actress Sareum Srey Moch, was five years old when her family was ordered out of the capital.

The star is confident her family will emerge "stronger" after the divorce and custody drama. As she spoke, her lower lip trembled and eyes filled when she described her sadness and how this was 'a very hard time'.

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