The actress and director also indicated that she would be seeking full physical custody of their six children and stated that her reasons involved the best interests of the children.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie was now in Cambodia to promote her new movie 'First They Killed My Father', an account of the Khmer Rouge genocide told from a child's perspective. She shared a passionate kiss with her brother on the Oscars red carpet in 2000; has been known to wear a vial of blood around her neck; and famously broke up America's most beloved "It" couple. Apparently things are changing at Universal Pictures, however, since THR is reporting she has two projects in development with the studio, with a potential third in the would-be blockbuster remake of Bride Of Frankenstein still resting on the table.
While I am an unabashed Angelina Jolie fangirl - for the simple fact that she does genuinely care about humanitarian causes - there's no denying that she's also a mega A-list star, with the type of ego that comes only with that stardom. However, she later shared that they are now moving on with the project.
But her comeback wouldn't be limited to on-screen commitments, according to the report.
Jolie during the making of the film. Per a Hollywood Reporter article, the Executive Producer credit was more to appease Jolie than about any work Maddox did; Netflix reportedly spent over $1 million chauffeuring her family around during production.
11 people pass through unmanned airport security checkpoint
Kennedy International Airport, the TSA opted to open a line for passengers to go through screening to board their flights. Three of the 11 passengers who walked through the security gate set off metal detectors, NBC New York reported .
The actress, however, continues to do her part for humanity as a United Nations envoy and surely will find herself roles onscreen or behind the camera once again.
"It was a very hard time", said Jolie."We are a family, and we will always be a family".
"And we are a family and will always be a family". The Guardian reminds of Jolie's additional words on the difficulty she and her entire family have experienced during this divorce process. My focus is my children, our children.
Asked what inspired the film during an appearance she said: "This country means a great deal to me, this country has been through so much".