Angelina Jolie's personal life has been under the media scanner for quite sometime now.
Though it appears Jolie will soon be making a silver screen return, as she is slated to appear onscreen in three upcoming releases; World War II spy drama The Spy Who Loved, a sequel to Disney's 2014 hit Maleficient and an adaptation of Simon Sebag Montefiore's book Catherine the Great and Potemkin: The Imperial Love Affair.
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.
I have never been a huge fan of Angelina Jolie but it was hard not to feel some empathy for the Hollywood actress this week when she talked about her divorce for the first time.
She is also considering starring in Universal's remake of The Bride of Frankenstein and Sony's Shoot Like a Girl, based on the true story of an American Air Force major and helicopter pilot Mary Jennings Hegar. 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.
Rockets fired into southern Israel from Egypt's Sinai
The February launches were the first time since 2015 that rockets had been fired at Israel from Egypt. Egypt is one of just two Arab countries that have signed a peace treaty with the Jewish state.
Meanwhile, the "Tomb Raider" star recently opened up about her divorce from the "Fight Club" actor. "We will always be a family, always".
Jolie was particularly private after her headline-making separation from Pitt last September, waiting five months to so much as comment on their break up.
The 41-year-old actress is now on the promotional trail of her new movie, First They Killed My Father, and showed off some of her weird culinary favourites while in Cambodia recently.
The 41- year-old was seen doing something very intriguing on live television in Cambodia. Attending the film premiere with her six children - one of whom is Cambodian - Jolie has pledged to remain involved in supporting the local film industry. Besides, she also cited that they are still a family no matter what.
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