Angelina Jolie is a fickle pickle. One minute she’s spilling her guts to People and Vanity Fair; the next, she’s ALLEGEDLY getting all prickly during an interview with Juju Chang for Nightline when asked about her divorce from Brad Pitt.
Earlier this week, Angelina Jolie went to Toronto and premiered First The Killed My Father, a film written/directed/produced by the award-winning director of Unbroken. Angelina’s life post-Brad Pitt has sort of been all about the kids, so she gathered them all together, threw them in a pile of fancy-ish kids clothes, and brought them all to the premiere. She repeated that again last night for the NYC premiere.
Ah, they’re all there. Vivienne, Maddox, Pax, Shiloh, Knox, Zahara, Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, Bobby, Cindy, and Alice. The whole gang!
That picture is a bit like a “Spot What’s Wrong” puzzle, since there definitely appears to be more members of the child army than usual. No, Angelina Jolie hasn’t adopted any new kids; those are some of the stars of her film First They Killed My Father (aka The PR Disaster Artist). Angelina and her crew all showed up for the premiere of FTKMF at the Toronto International Film Festival yesterday. Angelina brought four of her six kids to the premiere of The Breadwinner the day before, but that was just a movie she produced. FTKMF is a film by Angelina Jolie. You know, the award-winning director of Unbroken? Sorry, Brad, but this is the kind of big deal film premiere that requires the participation of all members of the child army.
Things are really tough right now at the Jolie mansion. The ‘change filter’ light on the Evian Septic System For Stars & Other Richies™ has been blinking for weeks. One of the gardeners took the afternoon off and forgot to leave the fresh Tahitian gardenias in the ancillary powder room located inside the second and third floor guest bathroom. And to top it all off, Angelina Jolie’s stylist is dead, because she accidentally on purpose laid out a navy blue muumuu instead a black one for Angie’s “surprise” trip to 7-Eleven with the kids. I mean, for fucks sake, does she have to do everything herself?!?!
A Source Close To Brad Pitt Was “Surprised” That Angelina Jolie Would Drag Their Kids Into That Vanity Fair Article
I hope there’s still room left on Angelina Jolie’s list of people who don’t like her at the moment, because she’s got another name to add. And this name is one that’s no stranger to said list. It’s Brad Pitt, and a source close to him is strongly implying that he wasn’t thrilled that Angelina would get their kids involved in that turning-into-a-giant-mess of an article for Vanity Fair.
Angelina Jolie and her daddy Jon Voight have had a messy on-again off-again relationship for so long, that I’m never really sure where they’re at at any given time. Remember how Papa Jon found out about Angie’s 2014 wedding like the rest of us, aka through the press? Naturally I just figured she was still sending most of his calls directly to voicemail. However, it looks like Angelina decided to do some charity work this week.
E! News says that on Wednesday night, Angelina was seen leaving a sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills with Jon Voight. Because nothing says “We honestly don’t hate each other!” like hanging out with one of Brad Pitt’s biggest fans.
— E! News (@enews) May 11, 2017
They were also joined by Zahara, Pax, Vivienne, and Knox. Or as Jon knows them: Shakira, Backpack, Vaseline, and Socks.
Earlier in the week, at the King Arthur premiere in Los Angeles, Jon Voight told E! News that “Angie’s doing good.” Okay Jon, if you want to keep getting invited to sushi dinners with the inner circle, you might want to cool it with any more comments. Angelina and Brad have worked very hard on their post-split image of being all Zen-like and down-to-earth, and Angelina really doesn’t need any conflicting statements coming from her blabbermouth daddy. I know Angelina and Jon were getting sushi, but were they really? Or did Don Angelina and her crew bring Jon to the sushi restaurant to deliver a message that unless he wants to sleep with the fishes, he should stick to the script. “Good? Excuse me, I’m doing better than I have in years. Get it straight.”