Angelina Jolie could soon be dusting off her horny headdress – Disney is working on a sequel to Maleficent.
Deadline reports that Disney has hired Linda Woolverton to write the follow-up and while Jolie, 40, hasn’t signed on yet to reprise her role as the dark queen in the sequel, she’s being kept in the loop on the script’s progress.
Before the age of CGI, Rick Baker was the power behind the fangs of some of Hollywood’s most famous monsters.
The special effects designer and makeup artist, 64, is retiring from the business and auctioning off some of the iconic memorabilia from his collection of creatures throughout his career.
Jiminy Cricket! Pinocchio is about to become a real real boy.
The mischievous but lovable marionette will be the next classic character to get the live-action treatment from Disney, following the box office success of Cinderella and Maleficent.
Acting’s all in the family for the Jolie-Pitt clan.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will star in – and Jolie will write and direct – the “intimate, character-driven drama” By the Sea, Universal Pictures announced Friday.
The film will mark the A-list pair’s first onscreen reunion since 2005’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
Move over, Maleficent.
Emboldened by the success of the live-action fairy tale starring Angelina Jolie, Disney is already working on another one – a live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, Variety reports.
What does one get one of the biggest star moms on the planet for her birthday? For Angelina Jolie, who turned 39 on Wednesday, it’s quite simple.
It’s official: Everybody loves Jennifer Lawrence.
At least, according to TheWrap.com, which dubbed the 23-year-old X-Men star the most-liked summer movie actress.
Looking at the leading ladies of the summer’s biggest films, the website ranked them by Q Score, a metric used in Hollywood to quantify how favorably audiences respond to celebrities.
It’s an A-list race to the altar!
Angelina Jolie and George Clooney are star pals, and both are happily engaged.
But as for who will make it down the aisle first, it sounds like a case of the tortoise and the hare.
Angelina Jolie’s film Maleficent just came out, but her interpretation of the iconic villain already has its fans.
To celebrate the film’s release on Friday, a number of Internet artists have taken to mashing up Maleficent with other characters from the Hollywood universe and posting their results to DeviantArt.
At its simplest, Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie, is the live-action retelling of Sleeping Beauty from the sorceress’s perspective. What it wants to be, however, is something much more ambitious.