“Falling in love is like war, it’s easy to start but really hard to finish.” Just one of Jolie’s pearls of wisdom there, as this collection of clips gathers together a series of snippets from various interviews that give us an insight into Jolie’s view on life and love.
“They’ve written about my relationships with women. They’ve summed it up, and made it not the beautiful thing it was,” Jolie sighs. The most shocking thing? Watching her morph throughout the years before our very eyes. Boy, time flies.
Inside The Actor’s Studio
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
, Angie sits down with James Lipton and spends an entire hour discussing her life (and occasionally her career) up until that point.
It’s a fairly rigid Q&A session that starts off like a school teacher grilling but quickly warms up thanks to Jolie’s frank and open answers. She’s also genuinely surprised and humbled by the standing ovation she receives.
Jolie proves that not only is she more beautiful than most of us, she’s also a better person than us in general.
Carrying out her responsibilities as a Goodwill Ambassador for the UNHCR, she heads to Kabul and the eastern province of Nangarhar to talk to those whose lives are still searching for normalcy.
The Ellen Degeneres Show
Motormouth Degeneres gets Angie on the sofa for an afternoon gossip in which the movie star discusses going to an In ‘N Out restaurant after the Oscars, Cambodian child Maddox (who apparently uses a variety of accents, aren’t kids adorable?), and doing the, uh, potty dance…
Today Show 2008
Angie hits New York for the
back in 2008. Considering she’s a movie star, it’s incredible how little she actually talks about movies, instead being put questions about parenting and her relationship with Brad Pitt.
Luckily, Angie doesn’t seem to mind. With interviews like this, who needs therapy?
What’s It Like To Kiss Angelina Jolie?
The former pariah of Friday night filth on the BBC, Jonathan Ross demands James McAvoy explain/describe what it felt like kissing Angelina Jolie in
Sadly, we never find out, because Macca gives as good as he gets by suggesting he show Ross by giving him a smooch. Come on Wossy, don't you know bicuriosity is hip now?
It’s All About The Winning
Angie receives her Oscar for
. Just watch as she goes from sitting there in near-giddy disbelief, to total composure on her way to the podium.
“I’m surprised nobody’s ever fainted up here,” she says. Get used to it love, you’re going to get nominated again in nine years time (for
Watch the clip here
Salt Red Carpet
Ever wondered what it would be like to be battered with daft questions at the premiere of your latest movie? Look no further than Angelina Jolie here, who is pounded with them every moment she pauses for a breath.
Naturally, she handles it like a pro: “I can’t show my kids movies where people are trying to kill me.”
Lara Croft Love
fans out there, here’s a fan video of Jolie trussed up and kicking the crap out of bad guys as Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
For those fans who wonder what it would look like if you took an image of the video game character and slowly morphed it into a picture of Jolie, look no further
is even creepier.) This is the stuff the internet was made for.
The Making Of Wanted
Does what it says on the tin – a behind the scenes look at how comic adap
was made. Jolie pitches up around 2:20 to talk about her part in the flick (“she likes her gun a lot!”), and we get a look at that cool supermarket moment where she saves McAvoy from an assassin. Sweet.
Simply The Best
Been a while since you watched
? Can't find your DVD, but desperate to remind yourself of just why Jolie got the Oscar for it?
Look no further than this compilation, which handily stitches together all of Angie's best scenes as she swears, smokes and generally makes a nuisance of herself as asylum inmate Lisa. What a film. What a performance.
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