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With their new film topping the box-office charts, Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp talk candidly to Gill Pringle about life in the spotlight

DVD: Salt, For retail & rental (Sony)

This year's other Bourne imitation – which Tom Cruise dropped out of – stars Angelina Jolie as a CIA agent who goes on the run after she's accused of being a Russian spy.

Simon Calder: After 'The Tourist', meet the tourists

The man who pays his way

Somewhere (15) 3/5, The Tourist (12A) 2/5

Lost in La La land

Culture Club: The Trip, Mondays, BBC2

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Exclusive video feature: The Tourist

Watch exclusive interviews with Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp, stars of ‘The Tourist’ action movie, due to hit UK cinemas on Friday.

Angelina Jolie defends Bosnian directorial debut

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has hit back at criticism of her directorial debut, saying most people back her portrayal of a love story between a Serbian man and Bosnian woman on the eve of the 1992-95 Balkans conflict.

Angelina Jolie forced to cut short filming in Bosnia

Angelina Jolie has cut short the shooting of her first film in Bosnia after rumours that it portrayed a relationship between a rapist and his victim sparked protests from women who were raped during the civil war.

It's Only A Movie, By Mark Kermode

Jolly, smart and shrewd, this film critic's memoir nonetheless sails under a false flag. The publishers want you to imagine it consists of salty anecdotes about the stars.

Jolie left reeling after Bosnia interrupts her directorial debut

It was beginning to look like film interrupted for Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie last night as she embarked on an emergency charm campaign to persuade the authorities in Bosnia to change their minds after they withdrew permission for her to shoot scenes for a war-time romance set in the Balkans.

Angelina Jolie picks Bosnian actress for lead role

Angelina Jolie has chosen young Bosnian actress Zana Marjanovic for the lead role in her directorial debut — a wartime love story between a Bosnian woman and a Serbian man.

Angelina Jolie's world of adventure

This week, she made headlines in Pakistan. But that was just the latest stop in a year of breakneck travelling.

Culture Club: Salt (12A)

"Angelina Jolie as a 21st-century superhero. The plot could have been written by a five-year-old and the word 'thriller' certainly does not describe this film. It would have been much better as a cartoon."

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