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Jolie not only plays the sinister Maleficent from the classic Sleeping Beauty in the film, she also served as producer.
Actress Angelina Jolie was in Paris recently to talk about playing a villain in Disney’s latest film, Maleficent.
“I think in any film you’re a part of you try to participate in all levels as much as they let you, and you try to be a part of solutions for every different team and what’s going on, whether it be sound or the stunts,” she said about being working on the movie.
Jolie and fiance Brad Pitt’s five-year-old daughter Vivienne Jolie-Pitt makes her cinematic debut in the flick.
“There were a few little kids that came to set and every time they saw me they’d scream and one little boy said: ‘Mummy tell the mean witch to stop talking to me!’.”
The older version of Princess Aurora is played by Elle Fanning, who said the role was a childhood dream come true.
“When I was little, when people asked me what do you want to be when you grow up I would say a Disney princess...” said Fanning.
The film is scheduled to hit theatres on May 29 in Malaysia. — Reuters
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