Angelina Jolie recently premiered her fifth directorial work at the Toronto Film Festival and later met with UN Secretary General António Guterres in Manhattan. Despite being 41 years old, the actress looked stunning in a white silk blouse, brown pencil skirt, and nude pumps picked by her stylist Jen Rade. She had her natural brunette hair styled by Adam Campbell and accessorized her business attire with Le Vian diamond rose earrings. Her crimson pout and manicure completed the look perfectly.
Angelina Jolie had a mysterious meeting with UN Secretary General António Guterres at the Manhattan headquarters on Thursday after the premiere of her fifth directorial project at TIFF. Unlike other celebrities who indulge in superficial activities, Angelina has been actively involved with the intergovernmental organization and has made over 60 trips to the field. In a recent interview with the New York Times, the By the Sea director spoke about her difficult divorce from Brad Pitt after being together for 12 years, admitting that it was a painful situation and she only wants her family to be healthy and happy. However, she did mention that things are getting better.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees’ Special Envoy looked youthful and stylish despite being 41 years old. She wore Le Vian diamond earrings, a white silk blouse, a brown pencil skirt, and nude pumps chosen by her stylist, Jen Rade.
The hair guru, Adam Campbell, worked his magic on the Hollywood star’s naturally dark tresses, leaving them looking absolutely perfect. To complete her professional look, she adorned herself with diamond earrings and a bold red lipstick that matched her nails.
Amazingly, instead of indulging in the common trend of taking selfies or launching fashion brands, Angelina has devoted herself to humanitarian work and has traveled more than 60 times to various locations as part of her efforts through the intergovernmental organization aimed at doing good.
Freshly separated: Jolie provided an update on her challenging divorce from her third spouse, Brad Pitt, on Wednesday, following their 12-year relationship.
The director of By the Sea recently spoke to the New York Times about the difficulties he has been facing in his personal life. He expressed that it is a painful situation and all he wants is for his family to be healthy. At the premiere of First They Killed My Father, which stars his children Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, Knox, and is based on Loung Ung’s memoir about the Cambodian genocide, the movie received good ratings from critics, including 76 percent approval on Rotten Tomatoes, 70 percent on MetaCritic, and 6.7 out of 10 on IMDb. Angelina’s son Maddox was credited as an executive producer while Pax shot still photography for the film. The movie will be available for streaming on Netflix starting Friday.
The blended family of the ex-Hollywood wild child is showing improvements and progress. They all made an appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival’s (TIFF) debut showing of “First They Killed My Father”. The big brood includes Zahara who is now 12 years old, Shiloh who is 11, and the 9-year-old twins, Vivienne and Knox.
Starting this Friday, you can catch the newest addition to Netflix’s streaming collection! This Khmer-language show is a drama that takes inspiration from the memoir of Loung Ung, a well-known human rights activist. The series tells the story of the tragic Cambodian genocide that occurred four decades ago and resulted in the loss of two million lives.
Angelina Jolie’s 16-year-old son Maddox recently received an executive-producing credit for a film, while her 13-year-old son Pax helped shoot still photography. Jolie expressed her gratitude towards her sons and described them as her best friends. She also confirmed that she would start working on the sequel to Maleficent soon, stating that she is now the breadwinner for her family. Jolie feels that her family is a close-knit unit and her sons have always stood by her side.
In recent news, the talented actress from Kung Fu Panda 3 shared that she will be the primary provider for her family. She also excitedly announced that production for Disney’s Maleficent sequel is set to begin soon.
Jolie’s upcoming project involves a sequel that is currently in the works. However, prior to this, she served as an executive producer for The Breadwinner, an animated film set in Afghanistan that will be released in US theaters on November 17 and in UK theaters on May 25. The movie, directed by Nora Twomey, is based on Deborah Ellis’ 2001 novel and follows the journey of a determined girl who poses as a boy to support her family after her father is taken into custody. According to Jolie, fans can expect a powerful and compelling storyline for the sequel.