Angelina Jolie will star in a Turkish series


Анджелина Джоли снимется в турецком сериале
The actress appeared in public for the second time in 5 months.

Angelina Jolie

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In his career
Angelina Jolie has been an unexpected turn. As it became known, the actress will
participation in the filming of the TV series Turkish Director. Moreover, in working on this
the project will take part also at least one celebrity on an international scale
Cristiano Ronaldo. This was reported by the website Foxsports.com.

According to
site, it in the series received
the name Hayat Koprusu, will focus on the fate of the Syrian families in the war-torn country. “We will start
shooting in April. And in our project will be many celebrities from all around the
the world, including angelina Jolie and Cristiano Ronaldo!” — said the Director Eyup Dirlik. As
it is reported, the series trailer is ready. What
as for the filming of the series, they will be deployed in Turkey and the middle
East, and Latin America. And
Angelina, and Ronaldo was involved in this project due to its
active interest in solving humanitarian problems of Syrian refugees.

What
for Angelina Jolie, she is currently busy with the promotion of their
another, already completed project. On the day she arrived in Cambodia to
to take part in the premiere of “First they killed my parents”, directed
which was Angelina. In the project, devoted to the suffering of the civilian population
during the civil war in Cambodia, were involved and children actress. Maddox,
born in this country, took part in writing the script. And Pax
Tien, born in Vietnam, assisted the mother during filming.

For Jolie her visit to Cambodia was only
her second appearance in public for the last 5 months, since then as in September
last year, when the actress announced plans to divorce brad pitt. And
although the divorce process is not yet completed, pitt has already won its first
a small victory in this case. According to In Touch, he got finally
permit Dating with children without the presence of a court-appointed psychologist.