Angelina Jolie Says She Never Expected To Be Well-Liked

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After filing for divorce from Brad Pitt on September 19, 2016, Jolie retreated from the spotlight to focus on her family as they work to heal from the traumatic split. "I guess I am a little bit stronger", the actress, director and philanthropist tells PEOPLE exclusively in an interview for the magazine's new cover story.

We think this goes without saying!

"I was able to say, you have a job, get over here, help me with this..."

The teen, who served as an executive producer on Jolie's new movie, First They Killed My Father, earned high marks of approval from his Hollywood mainstay mom.

'I have had my ups and downs.

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Speaking about how the movie came about, Jolie said she and Loung penned the script years ago and they finally decided to make the movie keeping in mind Maddox's role in the movie. Radiant, the trio has made an appearance remarkable, then, that the journalists all had the same question on the lips: kids Jolie-Pitt are planning to launch them-also in the cinema? "I could be dreaming, but if I continue to do this job, I would love to work with my children if they choose to be in this business", she confided in parallel to Vanity Fair.

'If I've done nothing i their life but be their mom, I'm good, ' she added.

But she also says the film, in select theaters and on Netflix on Friday, represents events happening elsewhere now, including Syria and Myanmar. "That there was going to have to be another base regardless of everything", Jolie tells The New York Times while discussing her California estate.

Loung Un and two of the film's stars with Angelina Jolie and her children on the red carpet. I'm really sitting and talking with them because everything affects them. "It's happy Happy and light, and we needed that".

While it's not the norm for A-List parents to want their kids to work in their industry, we can't help but think a movie starring Ange and her handsome brood would be incredible. I am proud to be a Cambodian", admitted the man they call "Mad'.

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