Angelina Jolie finds clear words in a new interview. The actress hasn’t felt like herself for ten years.
Oscar winner Angelina Jolie (48) surprises with her statements. The 48-year-old ex-wife of Brad Pitt (59) revealed in the conversation that she started appearing in films less “seven years ago”. Since then, Jolie would only accept jobs “that didn’t require long hours of filming.”
The reason is that she “still needed a lot of healing.” “We’re still trying to find our footing,” says the actress literally.
Fewer film roles after divorce from Brad Pitt
Jolie doesn’t elaborate further in the interview with “Vogue”, but the superstar did take fewer jobs after her marriage to Brad Pitt ended. Jolie filed for divorce in September 2016 after Pitt allegedly became violent during a private flight in the presence of their six children. The ex-spouses have been arguing for years about what actually happened on board the plane.
Angelina Jolie: “I’m feeling a little down these days”
The actress, who was once awarded an Oscar for “Best Supporting Actress” for her performance in the drama “Klapped” (original title: “Girl, Interrupted”, 1999), reveals in the interview that she is “a bit depressed these days.” feel. “I don’t feel like I’ve been myself for a decade,” Jolie explains, adding in the same breath that she doesn’t want to elaborate.
In fact, since her success in “Maleficent – The Dark Fairy” (2014) and the flop “By the Sea” (2015), in which she played alongside Pitt, Jolie has appeared significantly less often in Hollywood productions than in the previous years. She only played a leading role in the sequel “Maleficent – Powers of Darkness” (2019) and in “They Want Me Dead” (2021). In other works from recent years, such as the Marvel blockbuster “Eternals” (2021), she was only seen in supporting roles or part of a larger ensemble.
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