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The ex-husband of Uma Thurman praises his 'Taking Lives' co-star's sex appeal, saying their kiss was the best he's ever had onscreen.
Angelina will not be able to attend her aunt's funeral because she will make her first public appearance in London after announcing that she underwent double mastectomy.
Angelina, her father and her brother spent time with Debbie before the 61-year-old woman died at Palomar Hospital Sunday, May 26.
Proceeds from the portrait sale will be donated to a nonprofit organization to support campaigns for peace in Congo.
The Oklahoma-born crooner is one of many celebrities who have stepped up to help those affected by the disaster.
Shakira, Gisele Bundchen, Sofia Vergara, Hillary Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama are also among the women who have made the most impact worldwide.
Angelina is said planning to remove her ovaries after having preventive double mastectomy, because she still has 50 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer.
The only reason that the Jolie and Pitt pair haven't walked down the aisle is reportedly because they have busy schedules with him recently working on 'World War Z'.
Will Smith's representative denies rumor that Jaden is going to emancipate from parents when he reaches 15.
The Agent J of 'Men in Black' is expected to take a double duty in the reboot of Sam Peckinpah's 1969 film for Warner Bros.
Pitt's mother Jane, Jolie's brother and father, along with cancer survivors Sheryl Crow and Zoraida Sambolin, also send her their full support.
The fiancee of Brad Pitt opens up about her breast removal surgery to empower other women at risk of having cancer to make a strong choice.
Jolie's photo with a white horse is expected to be sold between 25,000 and 35,000 pound sterling.
The 'Mr and Mrs Smith' actress joins U.K.'s Foreign Secretary Wiliam Hague to urge nation leaders to take action, saying that war-zone rape victims bear 'the worst of the pain.'
The 'Maleficent' actress donates $200K to the Malala Fund which the 14-year-old girl administers to support girls' education.