See Angelina Jolie in action to film a protest scene with hundreds of extras and a rain sequence alongside co-star John Malkovich.
As filming on "The Changeling" resumes following Angelina Jolie's return from "Beowulf" premiere in London, U.K., a new spy video capturing the movie's shooting process has surprisingly hit the net.
Along with it, some spy pictures on the actress from the set have also come up, which you can check down below apart from the left one.
Posted by JFXonline, the video was taken from the filming done on Monday, November 12, 2007 in huge downtown L.A. set of the movie. Go to the link above to watch it.
One scene spotted Jolie marched with around 400 extras against the LAPD in a protest sequence while the other found her undergoing a walking-in-the-rain scene alongside co-star John Malkovich. The beauty was noticed to quite enjoy the latter shot, sharing few laughs and jokes with Malkovich.
Set in 1920s, "The Changeling" casts Jolie as a woman who suspects that her abducted son may not be her own child upon retrieving the boy. JFXonline noted that during the November 12 shoot, the set was completed with era-specific cars while all the extras dressed in depression-era garb.