The Oscar-winning actress opens up about playing the misunderstood Disney sorceress.
Angelina Jolie brings Maleficent to mysterious life in the latest trailer for the Disney film, which features baby curses and people turning into crows.
Disney has debuted the fittingly operatic teaser trailer for Maleficent, the live-action prequel/retelling of the studio’s animated classic Sleeping Beauty, with Angelina Jolie in the role of the iconic villain.
Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson test the boundaries of romance in Drinking Buddies, director Joe Swanberg’s understated, honest look at male-female friendships.
Spinoff Online’s Anna Pinkert considers why leading men like Tom Cruise, George Clooney and Robert Downey Jr. continue to age on screen while their female co-stars keep getting younger — and why it matters.
Life of Pi director Ang Lee is interested in helming Cleopatra, the historical epic set to star Angelina Jolie. “It just feels right to me after all the other types of films I’ve done,” he says.
Betsy Johnston, the writer of movies like The Prince of Tides and the upcoming Arthur Newman, is in talks with Columbia Pictures to pen the sequel to the hit 2010 Angelina Jolie spy film Salt.
The long-promised sequel to Wanted is pushing ahead without Angelina Jolie, as James McAvoy moves into the mentor role, co-writer Derek Haas teased.
Disney has announced the start of production on Maleficent with the release of the first image of Angelina Jolie as the villain from the studio’s 1959 animated classic Sleeping Beauty.
Director Robert Rodriguez has confirmed that Mickey Rourke and Rosario Dawson will reprise their Sin City roles for the sequel A Dame to Kill For. However, he says he hasn’t yet spoken to Angelina Jolie, who’s long been his first choice to play Ava Lord in the adaptation of Frank Miller’s neo-noir crime comic.
Elle Fanning is in talks to star opposite Angelina Jolie in Maleficent, the live-action Disney film centering on the wicked fairy-sorceress from Sleeping Beauty.
Universal Pictures has hired original screenwriters Michael Brandt and Derek Haas to begin work on a sequel to the 2008 action film Wanted.