Actor, director, producer, and activist Angelina Jolie is stranger to Hollywood who has built to become an icon over the years.
Jolie made her very first on screen performance in John Voight's 1982 film Lookin' to Get Out. Since then, she has gone on to star in films like Salt (2010), Beowulf (2007), Shark Tale (2004) and The One and Only Ivan (2020). She is set to star in Marvel's The Eternals which is slated to be in theaters next year and this weekend she will be starring alongside David Oyelowo, Michael Caine, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw in the new film Come Away. In honor of the latest release we're breaking down our favorite Jolie performances throughout the years.
Adapted from the graphic novel Wanted, Jolie stars in this action packed film with James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman. Timur Bekmambetov's film tell the story of an office worker, Wesley Gibson (McAvoy) who uncovers the truth he is the son of a professionally skilled and killer assassin. Welsey who never knew his father, but is able to inhabit his father's technique and ability to take down his targets. Jolie stars as Fox who plays a mentor in the film who kicks some serious butt.
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