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EntertainmentAngelina Jolie admits 'last few years haven't been the easiest'

09:15  26 august  2019
09:15  26 august  2019 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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It’s been a tough time the last couple years for Angelina Jolie , but she’s working her way back on track The 44- year -old superstar actress spoke to E! News about all of that at Disney‘s D23 Expo this weekend “I’m like everybody and… especially these last few years haven ’ t been the easiest , and

Angelina Jolie has had a few rough years lately. The actress has been in the news for her personal life since 2017. From filing for divorce from Brad Pitt to struggling with the custody Speaking to E! News, she addressed her tough few years and said that the past few years haven ' t been easy on her.

Angelina Jolie admits 'last few years haven't been the easiest'© Getty Angelina Jolie at Comic-Con Angelina Jolie is opening up about how she braces for movie roles when she's not feeling her strongest.

Jolie, 44, has returned to play Maleficent in Disney's upcoming sequel and has also signed on to play Thena in Marvel's Eternals film.

Even though the actress is accustomed to playing strong female characters, she admits that it takes every ounce of her strength to pull it off.

"I'm like everybody and... especially these last few years haven't been the easiest, and I haven't felt very strong," Jolie told E News. "There's something when you're not feeling very strong, where you push yourself. And I'm so grateful that I have the opportunity to play these kinds of characters, that pull out every bit of strength I have and that remind me that I can be strong."

Angelina Jolie emotional as she drops son at South Korean college

Angelina Jolie emotional as she drops son at South Korean college Angelina Jolie was emotional as she dropped her first son Maddox off to university in South Korea on Wednesday (21.08.19). Maddox Jolie-Pitt, 18, is attending Yonsei University in Seoul where he'll be studying bio chemistry. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

Angelina Jolie is proving she's a superhero on and off the big screen. The legendary actress is stepping into the shoes of Maleficent once again in Disney's upcoming "I'm like everybody and especially these last few years haven ' t been the easiest , and I haven ' t felt very strong," Jolie tells E!

Angelina Jolie Talks Finding Strength When "Feeling Low". Angelina Jolie is proving she's a superhero on and off the big screen. "I'm like everybody and especially these last few years haven ' t been the easiest , and I haven ' t felt very strong," Jolie tells E! News at Disney's D23 Expo.

Angelina Jolie admits 'last few years haven't been the easiest'© Walt Disney Pictures Angelina Jolie as the classic 'Sleeping Beauty' villain in 'Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.' The Maleficent: Mistress of Evil actress explained that when preparing for a new role, she tends to draw on something from within herself that relates to the character.

"Sometimes you really feel low and you gotta pull it back up," Jolie shared. "Right now, for Thena, I'm having to do so much training and she's so positive, so healthy and she's so aggressive that I'm often like, 'This is not gonna work.' But, you gotta push yourself."

Jolie also discussed how she occasionally turns to her 11-year-old son Knox Léon Jolie-Pitt to get physically ready for a role.

"Some of them have been around in doing [training]," the actress said. "My son Knox does some weapon [training] and karate. I've been jumping into all of their classes. I'm the mum that keeps trying to show up."

Angelina Jolie hits Disneyland with the kids after dropping off Maddox at college

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Angelina Jolie is proving she's a superhero on and off the big screen. The legendary actress is stepping into the shoes of Maleficent once again in Disney's upcoming "I'm like everybody and especially these last few years haven ' t been the easiest , and I haven ' t felt very strong," Jolie tells E!

Angelina Jolie Says Training for "Eternals" Made Her Feel Empowered. Angelina Jolie is proving she's a superhero on and off the big screen. "I'm like everybody and especially these last few years haven ' t been the easiest , and I haven ' t felt very strong," Jolie tells E! News at Disney's D23

Angelina Jolie admits 'last few years haven't been the easiest' Eldest son is attending Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. When Jolie announced that she'd reprise her role in the Marvel Universe at 2019 Comic Con, she said that she would work "10 times harder" to do the character justice.

"We know what you deserve," she said at the convention. "We are all going to be working very, very hard."

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil will hit cinemas on October 17, 2019. Marvel's Eternals is expected to hit theatres on November 6, 2020.

Meanwhile, Jolie revealed she "ugly cried" after saying goodbye to her son Maddox last week as he went off to college in South Korea.

The mum-of-six, who split from husband Brad Pitt in 2016, said her son "sweetly stayed and kept waving" when she dropped him off at the airport.

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