Disney – While Jolie is living up her career, she is able to manage and fulfil her duties as a celebrity mom to her children. In an exclusive interview with U.K. Harper’s Bazaar, she wants to make a safe space for her children.
“There are more than 70 million people who have had to flee their homes worldwide because of war and persecution—and there is racism and discrimination in America. A system that protects me but might not protect my daughter—or any other man, woman or child in our country based on skin color—is intolerable,” she explained.
She emphasized the moral story of her upcoming project to teach children to create a diverse safe space for everybody.
Since movie release has been cancelled, hold your remotes up and say no to another film skipping cinemas. Disney is about to offer heading straight to streaming service. As expected, The Tomb-raider and Maleficent star, Angelina Jolie-starring and produced the upcoming project, The One and Only Ivan. Fans went gaga over this movie project because of the star-studded line-up in the casting. The new movie project is directed by Thea Sharrock which resembles the live action and for the story of Ivan (Sam Rockwell).
The story is all about silverback gorilla that lives in and caged at the Big Top Mall and Video Arcade. Since he is well-adapted with the environment he’s living in, he has grown accustomed to humans watching him through the glass walls of his domain, and rarely misses his wild and free life in the jungle. And true enough, he rarely ever thinks about his wildlife at all. Instead of missing the forest tress, mountains and fresh bananas in the jungle, just like the humans, Ivan thinks about his favorite movies and TV shows he’s seen. Yet he interacts with his friends Stella (Jolie), an elderly elephant, and Bob (Danny DeVito), a stray dog. But mostly Ivan thinks about art and how to capture the taste of a mango or the sound of leaves with color and a well-placed line. Meanwhile, he meets Ruby (Brooklynn Prince), a baby elephant taken from her family, and she makes Ivan see the complete picture of their shelter through his talent on his own art. When Ruby had finally made it home, change comes and will surprise her mere existence, and it’s up to Ivan to make it a change for the better or worst.
Other movie actors such as Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren and Philipa Soo are also in the cast for the movie, which Mike White adapted from Katherine Applegate and illustrator Patricia Castelao’s 2011 tome. Adjustments have been made due to the coronavirus pandemic. Actors that are part of this wonderful movie project were so excited for the release even though it will took months to be shown in cinemas worldwide. Hence, it had been scheduled to arrive in cinemas on 14 August, but will now appear on Disney+ on 21 August. It follows Artemis Fowl and Hamilton, the latter of which will launch on 3 July.
Changes were made, in release date news, Peter Jackson’s new doc The Beatles: Get Back will be going back, moving from this September to 27 August, 2021. The musical adaptation Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is scheduled for 22 January across the pond – no word yet on whether it’ll keep its October date in the UK. And finally, Armando Iannucci’s The Personal History Of David Copperfield, which opened in the UK this past January, is set for a limited US run on Ivan’s old date of 14 August.