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Jolie on 'Unbroken,' the Coens and acting with Pitt again
In her second movie as director, Angelina Jolie has finally filmed the story of an Olympic runner who in World War II was a castaway at sea for 47 days before being found and put in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp.
Here are excerpts from a recent interview with Jolie in which she reflected on the challenges of "Unbroken," the collaborators who helped her and the experience of working again with husband Brad Pitt for their recently shot drama "By the Sea."
For his 96th birthday, I got this big blue cake with this tiny yellow little raft and little shark fins.
Did I make a huge mistake?' I brought him the cake and he looked at it and he picked up the shark fin and he smiled at me and he put it in his mouth and ate the shark first.
ON THE COEN BROTHERS, CO-WRITERS OF THE SCREENPLAY
In a life that has been notable for its many metamorphoses — screen starlet, Goth vixen, United Nations ambassador, mother of six, breast cancer awareness advocate — Angelina Jolie's latest incarnation is as filmmaker.
 she's virtually disappeared from the screen, starring in only one live-action film ("Maleficent") in the last four years.
 if there were any doubt, the scope of "Unbroken" — a classical epic that spans war and sea, a prestige picture with major below-the-line talent, a Christmas Day release amid awards season — certainly makes clear Jolie's ambition.
Zamperini's incredible life was chronicled in a 2010 best-seller by Laura Hillenbrand, though his tale had been kicking around in Hollywood since 1956, when Universal Pictures bought the rights to Zamperini's memoir with plans for Tony Curtis to star in the film.
 she doesn't know as much about the technical aspects of filmmaking as some people like Joel and Ethan (Coen) do, but she learns very quickly and she's so passionate about it all," says cinematography Roger Deakins, the Coens' usual director of photography, who's also slated to shoot "Africa.
"Unbroken" has put Jolie into the awards season mix, though the film was conspicuously absent from the Golden Globes nominations.
Jolie screened the film for Zamperini on his deathbed, and she vividly recalls "those beautiful blue eyes" seeing his life's story, revisiting memories and family Zamperini knew, she says, he'd soon be reunited with.
Confirming reports a few weeks ago that his casting was nearly solidified, Marvel and Netflix have officially announced that Mike Colter will play Luke Cage.
Colter will debut as Cage via a role in A. K. A. Jessica Jones, which will star Krysten Ritter as the title character. Per Marvel/Netflix: “During the course of an investigation in New York City, private investigator Jessica Jones encounters the enigmatic Luke Cage – a man whose past has secrets that will dramatically alter Jessica in ways she could never have imagined.”
Colter recently starred in Halo: Nightfall and has a recurring role on The Good Wife, and has previously been seen in The Following and American Horror Story: Coven.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the new trailer and new posters for their upcoming film "Focus" starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Rodrigo Santoro, and Gerald McRaney. Film is written and directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. Will Smith stars as Nicky, a seasoned master of misdirection who becomes romantically involved with novice con artist Jess (Margot Robbie).
This week's release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies marks the end of a long journey through Middle-earth for director Peter Jackson.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker's pair of trilogy adaptations of J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have earned multiple awards, billions of dollars at the box office, and critical reaction ranging from zealous acclaim to utter derision.
With the saga of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins now over, we take a look back at Jackson's cinematic journey through Middle-earth and rank those six theatrical releases in order from bottom to top.