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He knows my limitations and where I’m a good wife and a good mom.
We will always be a family. Always.
I’ve played real people before, but I never knew them.
There are certain things that bother me and certain things that don’t. Personal attacks on me? I think I’m just so used to it.
I’ve learned that we all change constantly. It’s rare to find that person who is growing with you in the same way at the same time, who encourages you to grow.
When I was younger, I was testing myself and questioning everything, but now it’s less about that and more about these are the years of my life with my family.
The ‘Maddox Jolie-Pitt’ Foundation‘s work is inspired by our children and their connections to particular countries.
Sometimes, women in families put themselves last until it manifests itself in their own health.
My mother was an Earth Mother and the nicest person in the world.
I’m not somebody that just wants to hold up a white flag and say, ‘Let’s all just get along.’ I think people that do horrible things should be held accountable.
I want to work; then, as my kids get older, I want to have adventures. I want to visit all their countries: learn and live inside all their cultures.
I’m happy being myself, which I’ve never been before. I always hid in other people, or tried to find myself through the characters, or live out their lives, but I didn’t have those things in mine.
My mother fought cancer for almost a decade and died at 56. She held out long enough to meet the first of her grandchildren and to hold them in her arms. But my other children will never have the chance to know her and experience how loving and gracious she was.
Every woman is different when they go through menopause, and… I didn’t know emotionally how I would feel.
There’s something about death that is comforting. The thought that you could die tomorrow frees you to appreciate your life now.
I’d like to believe that the people that have supported me in my work or identified with me in films, the people that feel they know me, they do and they don’t have misconceptions – they understand. I believe that.
Breast cancer alone kills some 458,000 people each year, according to the World Health Organization, mainly in low- and middle-income countries. It has got to be a priority to ensure that more women can access gene testing and lifesaving preventive treatment, whatever their means and background, wherever they live.
Everyone got kind of crazy with me mentioning I was in love with a woman.
Most women in my family start to get sick and start dying in their 40s, and I am going to be very happy to become 50 and 60. I love getting older.
If I make a fool of myself, who cares? I’m not frightened by anyone‘s perception of me.
There’s the chaos surrounding the practical day-to-day – playdates, doctors‘ appointments, packing and unpacking, and organizing mealtimes.
Something I learned as an actor was which scenes needed to be rehearsed and which actors are good with rehearsal, which actors learn from it, and which ones grow stale because they start to second-guess themselves.
If I didn’t have my films as an outlet for all the different sides of me, I would probably be locked up.
If something inconveniences my children too much or takes me away from them, I won’t do it.
There’s people constantly asking you for something on set, so the multi-tasking of motherhood transfers very well to being a director. And I think you’re compassionate.
Brad was a huge surprise to me. I think we were both the last two people who were looking for a relationship. I certainly wasn’t. I was quite content to be a single mom with Mad.
I like someone who is a little crazy but coming from a good place. I think scars are sexy because it means you made a mistake that led to a mess.
When I first went to places where people were suffering from war and persecution, I felt ashamed of my feelings of sadness. I could see more possibilities in my life.
I have so much in my life. I want to be of value to the world.
I don’t let a lot of reporters meet my children.
Where ever I am I always find myself looking out the window wishing I was somewhere else.
I love Brad in every state.
Oh, God, I struggle with low self-esteem all the time! I think everyone does. I have so much wrong with me, it’s unbelievable!
If I think more about death than some other people, it is probably because I love life more than they do.
I actually feel like women in my position, when we have all at our disposal to help us, shouldn’t complain when we consider all of the people who are really struggling and don’t have the means or support. Many people are single, raising children. That’s hard.
Like every parent, when you start your family, your life completely changes. And you completely live for someone else. I find that the most extraordinary thing. Your life is handed over to someone else. From that moment on, they come first in every choice you make. It’s the most wonderful thing.
It’s a great thing about being pregnant – you don’t need excuses to pee or to eat.
There are many things I do where the centre of it is… It’s almost more my humanitarian work than art.
I think if you make a good movie, people walk away arguing.
You just don’t know when you get in the editing room what you will need as a link or a tool for a transition. If you’re in a room, and there’s a kettle boiling, get a shot of it. Don’t worry if people think you’re nuts.
Men don’t really like skinny, do they?
I am a strong believer that without justice, there is no peace. No lasting peace, anyway.
I had a C-section, and I found it fascinating. I didn’t find it a sacrifice, and I didn’t find it a painful experience. I found it a fascinating miracle of what a body can do.
I am odd-looking. I sometimes think I look like a funny Muppet.
I notice that my characters go out to dinner and have fun and take these great trips, but I spend so much time on their lives, I don’t have much of a personal life of my own. I have to sort of remember to fill out that little notebook on me.
When I was growing up, I wanted to adopt, because I was aware there were kids that didn’t have parents.
When other little girls wanted to be ballet dancers I kind of wanted to be a vampire.
My children love Maleficent’s voice, so they always make me do it at home.
Everything I do, I hope, is that I represent something, and I represent the right things to my children and give them the right sense of what they’re capable of and the world as it should be seen.
Acting helped me as I was growing up. It helped me learn about myself, helped me travel, helped me understand life, express myself, all those wonderful things. So I’m very, very grateful; it’s a fun job. It’s a luxury.
In my father’s generation, the product was 80 percent of what you were putting into the world, and your personal life was 20 percent. It now seems that 80 percent of the product I put out is silly, made-up stories and what I’m wearing.
Our lifestyle was not in any way a negative. That was not the problem. That is and will remain one of the wonderful opportunities we are able to give our children.