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Angelina Jolie has been added to the growing list of Oscar presenters.
Telecast producers Brian Grazer and Don Mischer announced Wednesday that the actress will take the stage on Sunday, Feb. 26 to present one of the coveted Academy Awards. Jolie won an Oscar of her own back in 1999 for her supporting role in Girl, Interrupted. In 2008, she received a nomination for her lead performance in Changeling.
Jolie recently made her directorial debut with the Bosnian War-set love story In the Land of Blood and Honey. She is reported to be in talks for the Disney project Maleficent, with Robert Stromberg tapped to direct. The live-action Sleeping Beauty remake will tell the classic fairy tale from the villain’s point of view.
The 84th annual Academy Awards will air live from the Kodak Theatre on ABC. Previously announced presenters include Cameron Diaz, Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez and the cast of Bridesmaids.
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