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Halle Berry speaks up about custody battle with baby daddy Gabriel Aubry

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

Halle Berry is speaking nice again about ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Gabriel Aubry. Months after her rep told the public that she has “serious concerns” for 3-year-old daughter Nahla’s wellbeing while in Gabriel’s care, she is now back to saying nice things about him.

Back in January, Halle’s rep claimed that the actress has serious concerns for Nahla while in Gabriel’s extended care. When that statement went out, the public drew their own conclusion as to what she meant by that, which is probably what Halle wanted all along.

And while various rumors surfaced allegedly coming from both camp after her statement, Halle never officially talked about her custody battle with the French-Canadian model. But now, the 43-year-old actress has opened up about the court proceedings without disclosing any detail.

She told Extra, “It’s been a year full of challenges. When there’s a child involved, it’s a relief when you can resolve things in a good way. Our issues were never about fighting for her. We both know a child needs both her parents.”

“But what I want to say about it is sometimes, as a couple, you reach an impasse. We need a court and a judge to help s work out some of the delicate issues, and I’m so happy we’ve arrived at that place… because for her sake, this is the best way.”

“We both love her more than life.”

Hollywood’s biggest night draws big stars for the Oscars

“Black Swan”

Hollywood’s biggest stars will descend on the red carpet at the 83rd annual Academy Awards, with box-office films like western remake “True Grit,” sexually-charged ballet thriller “Black Swan” and British drama “The King’s Speech” vying for top Oscars victory. The ceremony, which honors filmmakers and performers with the most prestigious award in the movie industry, will be presented Sunday night at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. According to ABC News, frantic final preparations are underway and workers have already sealed off the stretch of Hollywood Boulevard outside the venue.  Actors Anne Hathaway and James Franco, who is the first nominee to host the ceremony in 24 years, will be the youngest ever to host movie’s biggest night. “Young and hip seemed to be the buzzwords that keep getting thrown around,” Hathaway told ABC News. “I’m trying to figure out which one I am. “ The presenters for Oscars include Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock, Tom Hanks, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Jude Law, Oprah Winfrey amongst others. Even the list of performers is impressive. Mandy Moore, Indian composer and singer A. R. Rahman, Gwyneth Paltrow, actor/singer Zachary Levi and others will be performing live. “The King’s Speech,” which tells the friendship of King George VI and speech therapist Lionel Logue hired to help overcome the king’s stutter, is nominated in 12 categories, including Best Picture, Best Cinematography and Best Costume Design. Following close behind is “True Grit” with 10 nominations and eight nods each for “The Social Network” and the hi-tech blockbuster “Inception.” Colin Firth, who has already won British Academy Film, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Awards for his portrayal of King George VI in “The King’s Speech,” will be battling for best actor with Spanish actor Javier Bardem in “Biutiful,” veteran Jeff Bridges in “True Grit,” Jesse Eisenberg in “The Social Network” and Franco in “127 Hours.” Newly-engaged Natalie Portman, who is expecting her first child with “Black Swan” choreographer Benjamin Millepied, is one of the hopefuls to take home an Oscar. Like Firth, Portman recently won a string of awards for her portrayal of Nina Sayers, a ballerina in the psychological thriller. She will be fighting for the best actress spot with Annette Bening in ‘The Kids Are All Right,” Nicole Kidman in “Rabbit Hole,” Michelle Williams in “Blue Valentine” and Hollywood’s newest “it-girl” Jennifer Lawrence in “Winter’s Bone.” ABC, which just announced that it has extended a broadcast deal with Oscar organizers for another six years on the current contract, will kick off its coverage of the 83rd Academy Awards at 7:00 p.m. ET/4:00 p.m. PT. “Project Runway” mentor Tim Gunn, Vanity Fair editor Krista Smith, and journalists Maria Menounos and Robin Roberts will be interviewing celebrities and comment on red carpet fashions during the Oscar pre-show.

Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy cast in “The Dark Knight Rises”

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway

Pre-production is beginning on the third and reportedly final Batman film “The Dark Knight Rises” and the cast list continues to rise as well. Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy are officially joining the upcoming highly-anticipated sequel. Move over, Michelle Pfieffer and Halle Berry. Hathaway is set to step into the shoes Selina Kyle, better known as the alter-ego to the character of Catwoman. We won’t know for sure if she’s going claws out for the role. There’s no mention of Catwoman in the press release (but they might be playing their cards close to the chest like they did with Aaron Eckhart’s Harvey Dent/Two-Face for “The Dark Knight”). “Inception” star Tom Hardy, who’s been rumored to be joining the cast as a villain for months now, is playing Bane. He had originally been reported to be playing Hugo Strange. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Anne Hathaway, who will be a fantastic addition to our ensemble as we complete our story,” Christoper Nolan said. “I am delighted to be working with Tom again and excited to watch him bring to life our new interpretation of one of Batman’s most formidable enemies,” Nolan added.Nolan, who also helmed “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight,” will direct the film from a screenplay he wrote with Jonathan Nolan. “The Dark Knight Rises” is set to hit theaters on July 20, 2012.

“The King’s Speech,” “Glee” Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

"The King's Speech," "Glee" Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

"The King's Speech," "Glee" Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations.

“The King’s Speech,” “Glee” Lead Golden Globe Award Nominations. The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations are in and there are some surprises. While “The King’s Speech” earned the most nods with 7, including Best Picture, recent critically-panned fare like “Burlesque” and “The Tourist” also earned Best Picture nominations. “The King’s Speech,” the latest award-baiting Colin Firth drama, earned nods for Best Picture – Drama, Best Actor – Drama for Firth, Best Supporting Actor for Geoffrey Rush, Best Supporting Actress for Helena Bonham Carter, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Original Score. The David Fincher-directed Facebook drama “The Social Network” and the Mark Wahlberg-starring “The Fighter” trailed with six nods each. “The Social Network” also included nods for stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, while “The Fighter” picked up acting nominations Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo. The surprises come in the varied Best Picture – Musical or Comedy category, which honored the polarizing “Alice in Wonderland” remake, the acclaimed “The Kids Are All Right,” the Bruce Willis-starring “Red,” and the recently panned “Burlesque” and “The Tourist.” Is this a clever way to ensure “The Kids Are All Right” the win? Johnny Depp is also a double-nominee this year in the Best Actor – Musical or Comedy category, where he’s being honored for his turn as the Mad Hatter in “Alice in Wonderland,” and for “The Tourist.” Angelina Jolie picked up a nomination is the Best Actress – Musical or Comedy category, as did Emma Stone for “Easy A.” On the television front, “Glee” was the front-runner, earning five nominations, including Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy, and acting nods for Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, and Chris Colfer.   Eight other shows, including “Modern Family,” “30 Rock,” “Mad Men,” “Boardwalk Empire,” and “Dexter,” all scored three nominations each.
68th Annual Golden Globes Nominees:
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Best Picture — Drama

Black Swan

The Fighter

Inception

The King’s Speech

The Social Network

Best Picture — Musical or Comedy

Alice in Wonderland

Burlesque

The Kids Are All Right

Red

The Tourist

Best Actor — Drama

Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network

Colin Firth, The King’s Speech

James Franco, 127 Hours

Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine

Mark Wahlberg, The Fighter

Best Actress — Drama

Halle Berry, Frankie and Alice

Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole

Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone

Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine

Best Actor — Musical or Comedy

Johnny Depp, Alice in Wonderland

Johnny Depp, The Tourist

Paul Giamatti, Barney’s Version

Jake Gyllenhaal, Love and Other Drugs

Kevin Spacey, Casino Jack

Best Actress — Musical or Comedy

Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right

Anne Hathaway, Love and Other Drugs

Angelina Jolie, The Tourist

Julianne Moore, The Kids Are All Right

Emma Stone, Easy A

Best Supporting Actor

Christian Bale, The Fighter

Michael Douglas, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Andrew Garfield, The Social Network

Jeremy Renner, The Town

Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech

Best Supporting Actress

Amy Adams, The Fighter

Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech

Mila Kunis, Black Swan

Melissa Leo, The Fighter

Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom

Best Director

Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan

David Fincher, The Social Network

Tom Hooper, The King’s Speech

Christopher Nolan, Inception

David O. Russell, The Fighter

Best Screenplay

127 Hours, Simon Beaufoy and Danny Boyle

Inception, Christopher Nolan

The Kids Are All Right, Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg

The King’s Speech, David Seidler

The Social Network, Aaron Sorkin

Best Original Song

“Bound to You,” Burlesque (performed by Christina Aguilera; written by Samuel Dixon, Christina Aguilera and Sia Furler)

“Coming Home,” Country Strong (performed by Gwyneth Paltrow; written by Bob PiPiero, Tom Douglas, Hillary Lindsey, Troy Verges)

“I See the Light,” Tangled (performed by Mandy Moore & Zachary Levi; written by Alan Menken & Glenn Slater)

“There’s a Place For Us,” The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (performed by Carrie Underwood; written by Carrie Underwood, David Hodges, Hillary Lindsey)

“You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me Yet,” Burlesque (performed by Cher; written by Diane Warren)

Best Original Score

Inception, Hans Zimmer

The King’s Speech, Alexandre Desplat

The Social Network, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Alice in Wonderland, Danny Elfman

127 Hours, A.R. Rahman

Best Foreign Language Film

Biutiful

The Concert

The Edge

I Am Love

In a Better World

Best Animated Feature

Despicable Me

How to Train Your Dragon

The Illusionist

Tangled

Toy Story 3

TELEVISION

Best TV Series — Drama

Boardwalk Empire

Dexter

The Good Wife

Mad Men

The Walking Dead

Best TV Series — Musical or Comedy

30 Rock

The Big Bang Theory

The Big C

Glee

Modern Family

Nurse Jackie

Best Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Carlos

The Pacific

The Pillars of the Earth

Temple Grandin

You Don’t Know Jack

Best Actor — Drama

Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire

Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Michael C. Hall, Dexter

Jon Hamm, Mad Men

Hugh Laurie, House M.D.

Best Actress — Drama

Elizabeth Moss, Mad Men

Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

Piper Perabo, Covert Affairs

Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy

Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

Best Actor — Musical or Comedy

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

Steve Carell, The Office

Thomas Jane, Hung

Matthew Morrison, Glee

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Thoery

Best Actress — Musical or Comedy

Toni Collette, United States of Tara

Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

Tina Fey, 30 Rock

Laura Linney, The Big C

Lea Michele, Glee

Best Actor — Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Idris Elba, Luther

Ian McShane, Pillars of the Earth

Al Pacino, You Don’t Know Jack

Dennis Quaid, The Special Relationship

Edgar Ramirez, Carlos

Best Actress — Miniseries or Made-for-TV Movie

Hayley Atwell, Pillars of the Earth

Claire Danes, Temple Grandin

Judi Dench, Return to Cranford

Romola Garai, Emma

Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Client List

Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie

Scott Caan, Hawaii Five-0

Chris Colfer, Glee

Chris Noth, The Good Wife

David Strathairn, Temple Grandin

Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

Best Supporting Actress in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie

Hope Davis, The Special Relationship

Jane Lynch, Glee

Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire

Julia Stiles, Dexter

Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

Jennifer Aniston Voted World’s Most Eligible Single Woman.

Jennifer Aniston Voted World's Most Eligible Single Woman

Jennifer Aniston Voted World's Most Eligible Single Woman

Jennifer Aniston Voted World’s Most Eligible Single Woman; Betty White At 4th. Jennifer Aniston is the world’s most eligible single woman, according to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll. The survey result, released Monday, shows that the former “Friends” star beat out Halle Berry and even Betty White for the title. The 41-year-old actress, who famously split with Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, and John Mayer among  others, pulled in 29 percent of the overall vote. She amassed 27 percent of the men’s votes and 32 percent of the women’s.  She is followed by Oscar winner Halle Berry. The mother of one, who recently split with baby daddy Gabriel Aubry, took in 21 percent of the total votes. Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren gets 15 percent at third place. 88-year-old Betty White is at fourth place. The widow of TV host Allen Ludden garnered 11 percent of the total votes. Following her are Lady Gaga and Justice Elena Kegan, who gathered 5 percent and 4 percent votes respectively. The poll was conducted by telephone at the CBS News interviewing facility among a random sample of 906 adults nationwide from September 6 to 8.

Polo Ralph Lauren Holds Successful Fashion’s Night Out Events

Polo Ralph Lauren Holds Successful Fashion's Night Out Events

Polo Ralph Lauren Holds Successful Fashion's Night Out Events

Polo Ralph Lauren Holds Successful Fashion’s Night Out Events. Polo Ralph Lauren celebrated the second annual Fashion’s Night Out last Friday, September 10. The brand organized an event with celebrity appearances and enough fabulous fashion to inspire consumers, and invigorate the economy and create an all-around fun shopping event. The night kicked off uptown with Halle Berry at the Ralph Lauren Rhinelander Mansion. Guests enjoyed an evening of champagne and shopping while Halle signed issues of the current September Vogue; the newly single Berry is on the cover of the fashion magazine’s biggest fashion issue. Downtown at the Ralph Lauren Soho store, Jessica Alba and André Leon Talley hosted an evening of champagne and shopping with a performance by Grammy nominated singer Janelle Monáe. Monáe’s 360 degree concert from the oversized loft windows had guests dancing in the street to her soulful musical musing in honor of Fashion’s Night Out. While there were celebrity appearances at Ralph Lauren stores in New York City, different Fashion’s Night Out events happened in each Polo Ralph Lauren stores across the country. Stores in Beverly Hills, Dallas, Georgetown, Greenwich, Honolulu, Las Vegas and Los Angeles all had events. All participating stores featured official Fashion’s Night Out product benefiting the New York City Aids Fund.

Halle Berry Reunites With Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry In South Africa

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

Halle Berry Reunites With Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry In South Africa.  Halle Berry is bringing ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Gabriel Aubry with her in South Africa. The Oscar winner will spend months filming there for her latest film, but would like to bring their 2-year-old daughter Nahla with her so she’s also bringing the dad. According to our source, Berry will be spending several months filming “Dark Tide” outside the country. But since she hasn’t made a real progress about her custody arrangement with Aubry, she decided to bring him with her as well. Aubry apparently doesn’t want to be deprived of time with his daughter so they thought that he would also move in with them in South Africa. He will take care of the parenting duty while Berry works. In return for his effort to travel halfway around the world, Berry will pay him as a kind of full-time nanny while there at South Africa for three months. The website added that they will live in the same rented house, but Berry will rent another one if the arrangement doesn’t work out. The move is reminiscent of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline when the pop princess went on a world tour last year. Federline also reportedly got paid for joining Spears on tour to take care of their two sons.

Halle Berry And Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry Reportedly Split Up

Halle Berry And Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry Reportedly Split Up

Halle Berry And Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry Reportedly Split Up

Halle Berry And Baby Daddy Gabriel Aubry Reportedly Split Up. Halle Berry has reportedly split from her baby daddy. The 43-year-old “Monster’s Ball” star is said to have already worked out a financial and custody deal with model Gabriel Aubry. According to our source, the couple, who raise 2-year-old daughter Nahla Ariela Aubry together, spent months trying to work out a deal with a lawyer. The heartbreak culprit was reportedly their 9-year age gap. Aubry, 34, apparently thought dating an older woman didn’t sit well with him anymore. A source told the website, “Gabriel just felt it wasn’t working anymore. When they were first together the 9-year age difference between them didn’t phase him, she was the most beautiful woman he had ever dated and he was totally in love.” “But as time went on he started feeling it more and more.” There is also the issue of being attracted to another. The insider added that although Aubry would never cheat on the Academy Award winner, he started noticing other women and now felt “it just wasn’t right to stay with Halle in those circumstances.” “Gabriel is a really nice, decent guy and he would never cheat on her, but I suspect that he had become attracted to someone and that he felt he needed to break it off with Halle before anything developed further.” Berry, who was married twice before, had previously stated that although she met her soulmate in Aubry, she would never get married again. The now ex-couple, who started dating since late 2005, reportedly ironed out monetary issues with Aubry declaring he doesn’t want a dime of Berry’s vast wealth, but he wants a 50/50 joint physical custody of Nahla, which Berry agreed to

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, CBS

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW

Hailed by many critics as one of the most brilliant and versatile actors of his generation, Robert Downey Jr. chalked up a formidable onscreen track record that quickly launched the young thesp into the stratosphere. Although, for a time, Downey’s stormy offscreen life and personal problems threatened to challenge his public image, he quickly bounced back and overcame these setbacks, with a continued array of impressive roles on the big and small screens that never sacrificed his audience appeal or affability.   The son of underground filmmaker Robert Downey, Downey Jr. was born in New York City on April 4, 1965. He made his first onscreen appearance at the age of five, as a puppy in his father’s film Pound (1970). Between 1972 and 1990, he made cameo appearances in five more of his father’s films. The actor’s first significant role, in 1983′s Baby,_It’s_You, largely ended up on the cutting-room floor; it wasn’t until two years later that he began landing more substantial parts, first as a one-season cast member on Saturday_Night_Live and then in the comedy Weird_Science. In 1987, he landed plum roles in two films that capitalized on the Brat Pack phenomenon, James_Toback’s The Pick-Up Artist, (opposite Molly_Ringwald), and Less_Than_Zero, for which he won acclaim playing cocaine addict Julian Wells. Through it all, Downey cultivated an enviable instinct for role (and script) selection. His turns in Emile_Ardolino’s classy reincarnation fantasy Chances_Are (1989), Michael_Hoffman’s Soapdish (1992), Robert_Altman’s Short_Cuts (as the Iago-like Hollywood makeup artist Bill Bush), and Richard_Loncraine’s Richard III (1995) wowed viewers around the world, and often, on those rare occasions when Downey did choose substandard material (such as the lead in Richard_Attenborough’s deeply flawed Chaplin (1992), or an Australian media parasite in Oliver_Stone’s Natural_Born_Killers [1994]), his performance redeemed it. In fact, critics deemed Downey’s portrayal as one of the only worthwhile elements in the Chaplin biopic, and it earned the thesp a Best Actor Oscar nomination, as well as Golden Globe and British Academy Award noms. Around this time, Downey’s personal life took a turn for the worse. In June 1996, the LAPD arrested the actor (who had already spent time in three rehabilitation facilities between 1987 and 1996) on counts including drug use, driving under the influence, possession of a concealed weapon, and possession of illegal substances, a development which struck many as ironic, given his star-making performance years prior in Less than Zero. A month after this arrest, police found Downey Jr. unconscious on a neighbor’s lawn, under the influence of a controlled substance, and authorities again incarcerated him, taking him — this time — to a rehab center. A third arrest soon followed, as did another stint in rehab. His stay in rehab didn’t last long, as he walked out, thereby violating the conditions of his bail. More arrests and complications followed — in fact, the actor had to be released from rehab to make James_Toback’s Two Girls and a Guy — but he still landed a few screen appearances and won praise for his work in Mike_Figgis’ One_Night_Stand (1997) and Altman’s otherwise-disappointing Gingerbread_Man (1998). In addition, he starred in one of his father’s films, the offbeat Hugo_Pool (1997). In 1999, he had three films out in theaters: Friends and Lovers, Bowfinger, and In_Dreams. He delivered a particularly chilling performance in the latter, as longhaired psychopathic child murderer Vivian Thompson, that arguably ranked with his finest work. But Downey’s problems caught up with him again that same year, when he was re-arrested and sentenced to 12 months in a state penitentiary. These complications led to the actor’s removal from the cast of the summer 2001 Julia Roberts/Billy Crystal comedy America’s Sweethearts and his removal from a stage production of longtime friend Mel Gibson’s +Hamlet, although a memorably manic performance in Curtis Hanson’s Wonder Boys made it to the screen in 2000. Downey’s decision — after release — to pursue television work, with a recurring role on Ally McBeal, marked a brief comeback (he won a 2001 Best TV Series Supporting Actor Golden Globe for the performance). Nevertheless, series creator David E. Kelley and the show’s other producers sacked Downey permanently when two additional arrests followed. During this period, Downey also allegedly dated series star Calista Flockhart. In 2002, a Riverside, CA, judge dismissed all counts against Downey. In time, the former addict counseled other celebrity addicts and became something of a spokesperson for rehabilitation. He starred as a hallucination-prone novelist in The Singing Detective in 2003, and while the film didn’t achieve mainstream success, critics praised Downey for his interpretation of the role, alongside Oscar winners Adrien Brody and Mel Gibson. The same could be said for Gothika (2003), the psychological thriller that placed him opposite Hollywood heavyweight Halle Berry. In 2004, Downey appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s portion of the film Eros.   Downey achieved success throughout 2005 with appearances in George Clooney’s critically lauded Good Night, and Good Luck — as one of Ed Murrow’s underlings — and he paired up with Val Kilmer in Shane Black’s directorial debut Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang. He continued balancing more mainstream fare, such as Disney’s Shaggy Dog remake, with challenging films such as Richard Linklater’s rotoscoped adaptation A Scanner Darkly. That same year, Downey wrapped production on Hanson’s Lucky You, the story of a card shark (Eric Bana) who faces off against his father (Robert Duvall) at the legendary World Series of Poker, while simultaneously attempting to woo a beautiful singer (Drew Barrymore). Downey continued to show his versatility by joining the casts of Zodiac, David Fincher’s highly-touted film about the Zodiac Killer, and the Diane Arbus biopic Fur, with Nicole Kidman. A supporting role in Jon Poll’s 2007 directorial debut Charlie Bartlett followed. The biggest was yet to come, however, as 2007 found Downey taking on the roles that would make him an even bigger star than he’d been in his youth, as he took on the leading role of sarcastic billionaire and part-time super hero Tony Stark in the big screen adaptation of the comic book Iron Man, as well as self-important actor Kirk Lazarus in the comedy Tropic Thunder. Both films turned out to be not just blockbuster successes at the box office, but breakaway hits with critics as well, and in addition to major praise, the actor also walked away from 2008 with an Oscar nomination for his performance in Tropic Thunder.  Wed to actress Deborah Falconer from 1992-2004, Downey married Gothika producer Susan Levin in 2005. He and Falconer have one son, Indigo Downey. Watch Robert tonight on the Late Show.  We 4/28: Robert Downey Jr., OK Go

Angelina Jolie’s “Animalistic” Shots At 15 To Be Auctioned

Angelina Jolie's "Animalistic" Shots At 15 To Be Auctioned

Angelina Jolie had an “animalistic quality” since her teenage years. Shots of the “Salt” star during a photoshoot when she was just 15 have resurfaced as part of an auction by Profiles in History on Friday and Saturday.  
The black-and-white pictures, shot by famed celebrity photographer Harry Langdon, were suggested by her father, Jon Voight. Langdon told RadarOnline.com that at just 15, she was “a real natural” and already knew what image she wanted to project. He said, “I admire her for coming alone. Daddies, mommies and boyfriends on a photo session can dampen the best performer’s performances.”   One of the rare shots features the now 34-year-old mother of six in a bikini on all fours. Langdon says even then she had an “animalistic quality.”   Other photos going under the hammer are shots of Teri Hatcher, Sarah Jessica Parker, George Clooney, Kirsten Dunst, Diana Ross, Halle Berry, Will Smith, and Drew Barrymore.   Michael H. Epstein and Scott E. Schwimer Glamour Photography Auction will be auctioned by Profiles in History on March 26 and 27.

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