It is the season of the Golden Globes and Oscar and the gossip going around has been that Maleficent star Angelina Jolie is furious that she has not been on the guest lists for the awards and after-parties this year. As per a report in National Enquirer, Hollywood is ‘getting even’ for her treatment of Brad Pitt and how she put him through misery as they are currently celebrating his success. A source told the publication, “She’s persona non grata because of the way she’s treated Brad.”
The report had further claimed that with everyone fawning over Brad, Angelina is sick to her stomach and while she put on a brave face, it has made her determination to leave L.A stronger. The report also claimed that she is, “making noises about quitting acting to focus on fulltime charity work.” But Gossip Cop has debunked this story and called it completely bogus. Brad Pitt has just starred in one of the top movies of the year with top actors and directors and hence is getting plenty of accolades for the same. It has nothing to do with Jolie and her equation with the actor. Meanwhile, Jolie has done just one movie this year, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, and not nominated for any of the awards and that could be the reason for her absence from any of the award ceremonies. ALSO READ: BradJen Fans Rejoice, Ex-Couple Jennifer Aniston-Brad Pitt Share An Interesting Connection; Here’s What It Is
Gossip Cop also confirmed with a source close to Angelina Jolie, and they confirmed that it is not true and is nonsense. In fact, she isn’t quitting acting either. On the work front, she has four more movies lined up for this year including Marvel’s Eternals. Pitt recently won the Best Supporting Actor for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as well as received an Oscar nomination.
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