Angelina Jolie is about to do something this week that she's never done before. Have we piqued your interest?
She'll do her first live video chat with fans on Thursday, Jan. 12. The chat will be 45-minutes and will focus on her directorial debut, In the Land of Blood & Honey, which she also wrote the screenplay for. The chat is scheduled to start at 8 p.m Eastern time, 5 p.m. Pacific time.
“This is my first online chat and I’m thrilled that Hearst is broadcasting this across so many of its websites to reach such a diverse audience as the film expands into more theaters,” Angie said in the release.
To watch the video chat, viewers must have a Facebook account. Go to MarieClaire.com to RSVP and submit any questions you might like to ask Angie. We can pretty much guarantee that any questions about Brad Pitt, her kids, her clothes or her beauty tips will not make the cut. But hey, you never know.
You might ask what she's planning on wearing to the Golden Globes on Sunday, Jan. 15. We're dying to know what her stylist Jen Rade has picked out for her. Remember last year she stunned in a shimmery emerald green long sleeved, low backed gown by Versace. We predict that she'll be conservatively classy and elegant since her film is one of five nominated for Best Foreign Language Film category.
Jolie shot the film both in English and Bosnian/Croation/Serbian. and went out of her way to cast actors from the region. Zana Marjanovic stars as a Muslim woman who is dating a Serb policeman, played by Goran Kostic, when the war breaks out she ends up at a rape camp now run by her former lover.
More kudos await Jolie. Her film also screens at the upcoming Berlin International Film Festival.