The actress is celebrating her new film with a family-themed shoot for the November issue of American Vogue.
Jolie's high-profile case has had a positive impact on women's understanding of breast reconstruction options
The actress and Baroness Arminka Helic are urging governments to think with their heads in order to achieve a long-last solution to the refugee crisis
Shortly afterwards she went on to win an Oscar for Girl, Interrupted
The actress says real women can be 'weak' and 'vulnerable'
Virgin Group proprietor says his commercial space tours will begin within a ‘matter of months’
Refugee agency special envoy Angelina Jolie says neighbouring country's 'could be brought to the point of collapse' if situation continues
A decade after collaborating on Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2003), Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron and British producer David Heyman have combined forces again on Gravity, a 3D survival thriller set in deepest, darkest space. The new film (which opens the Venice Film Festival) is a visual triumph even if its storytelling is less than sure-footed.
From her late mother, Angelina Jolie inherited the acting bug and a commitment to humanitarian causes. But as the Oscar-winning actress explained in the New York Times, she also inherited a “faulty” gene, which dramatically increased her risk of breast and ovarian cancers.
'Raising awareness' is usually just an empty celebrity culture cliché, but Jolie's article for The New York Times could make a real difference to women's lives.
Attempted comebacks in the entertainment world are frequent, but few get to contemplate one before their 13th birthday. But then, not everyone has had Willow Smith’s early success.
Michael Plant reviews the latest game in the Tomb Raider series
Do not adjust your screen: the above portraits are not the products of a camera but the steady hand and sharp pencil of a London artist with an astonishing eye for detail.
Greenpeace activist Ben Stewart manages to snap Cameron, Osborne and Boris Johnson tucking into pizza and fondue during the World Economic Forum
When Steven Berkoff was on the film set of The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo in LA, he often sneaked off to take photographs of downtown slums and nearby 1940s diner-style restaurants.