The Simcoe, Ontario, writer, who spoke with Quill & Quire the morning after the premiere, says she started the evening at the pre-party at a Toronto hotel and then walked the red carpet, where throngs of people were gathered to see executive producer Angelina Jolie with five of her six children.
Indeed, they have denied this rumor at the site Gossip Cop, and they are formal: the actress is in ideal health, and she is more confident than ever in regards to her career, especially after the rave reviews on her new film. While her wedding page with Brad Pitt has not yet been definitively turned, it takes advantage of the weekend to take his clan on the red carpet - an exercise Shiloh, Pax, Zahara, Knox and Vivienne, accustomed to the tastes simple, seem to be appreciated to varying degrees, according to the few pitches that appeared to the photographers.
Based on the bestselling novel by Deborah Ellis, the animated feature is a Canadian/Ireland co-production about a little girl called Parvana (voiced by Canadian actress Saara Chaudry) who lives in Kabul, Afghanistan. Jolie's eldest son, 16-year-old Maddox, was the only child who did not attend the screening. Angie will share her latest directorial project, Netflix's First They Killed My Father.
The movie is a meaningful one for the Hollywood star, who not only directed it, but had some of her kids get involved in the film production as well.
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"A lot of foreign films have very small theatrical releases and the theatrical release we have is solid for a foreign film". Ung's book is what inspired Jolie to adopt a child from Cambodia in 2002, which is how she came to be the mother of Maddox.
For some time, many rumors are running on a possible reconciliation Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and on the state of health of the actress! But by the looks of it, Jolie is happy to be back in the spotlight.
Jolie with her kids earlier this month at the Telluride Film Festival, which hosted a premiere of "First They Killed My Father".
Jolie said her first major film as a director, the 2011 Bosnian war drama "In the Land of Blood and Honey", was prompted by her humanitarian work as a special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency.