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Zamperini is the subject of Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book "Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption," which is being made into a movie directed by Angelina Jolie and is scheduled for a December release by Universal.
Angelina Jolie can add royal recognition to Hollywood stardom. The Oscar-winning actress has been named an honorary dame — the female version of a knight — by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Brad Pitt has a firm warning for the Ukranian ex-journalist who attacked him on the red carpet last week: "If he tries to look up a woman's dress again, he's going to get stomped."
The biggest box-office debut of Angelina Jolie's career propelled Disney's twisted fairy tale "Maleficent" to a scary-good $70 million opening.
How do wicked witches get that way? In the age of the fairy tale, this was not a particularly relevant question.
As an alternate origin story for a famous Disney villain, “Maleficent” is interesting as a revisionist exercise, but it’s not the best fairy tale.
Maybe it's too soon to say the tide has shifted definitively. But it's certainly been a unique time for fairy-tale villains.
When Salma Hayek walked the Cannes Film Festival red carpet holding up the sign "Bring Back Our Girls," the cast of "The Expendables" followed suit the next night - even if some of them didn't know what the slogan was about.
Actress Angelina Jolie suggested Tuesday that Hollywood moms with enormous wealth and status shouldn't gripe about the hardships of motherhood.