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Angelina Jolie revealed how making her upcoming film, ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead,’ has been such a ‘healing’ process for her, as her intense custody battle with ex-husband, Brad Pitt continues.

Angelina Jolie is ready to return to true onscreen action after more than a decade with her upcoming film Those Who Wish Me Dead, and filming the movie has been incredibly therapeutic for the Oscar-winning actress. “I am drawn to people. Who have been through something. And are broken. Then find their way forward. And overcome it,” The star revealed in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

“As an artist. It’s very healing to play people like that. She’s been very healing for me. Because you just get so broken. And then you stand back up,” Jolie added.

Angelina Jolie movie Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Those Who Wish Me DeadThe past few years have been incredibly hard for 45 years old the actress. She’s suffered from a very public split from her former partner, Brad Pitt, and the two are still entangled in an intense custody battle over their children. Vivienne and Knox, 12. Shiloh, 14. Zahara, 16. Pax, 17. And son Maddox, 19.

The “Maleficent” actress is very known for playing women who have experienced unimaginable circumstances, She won her first Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in Girl in 2000. She’s also earned another nomination. For Best Performance by an Actress. In a Leading Role for the 2008 film Changeling. Both movies required so much emotional intensity from Jolie. But there’s no doubt. That these last few years. Have left an indelible impact on her.

As for the developments of her ongoing court case with Brad, Angelina claimed to have “proof and authority” of domestic violence committed by her ex-husband. The “Wanted” actress filed the documents on March 12. Since October 2020. The one-time Hollywood couple’s case. Has been ongoing in court. As Pitt seeks 50/50 custody. Of the couple’s children.

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