Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Jolie is also looking to develop what might be her next directing project, an adaptation of Alessandro Baricco's 2004 novel Without Blood, which tells the story of an unnamed war.
Jolie had a strong performance as a director with her 2014 film Unbroken, which earned $116 million at the USA box office, though had less success with 2015 drama By the Sea. Apart from this movie, it has been claimed too that she will also do other projects which are mostly remakes.
Rubbing shoulders with the Asian royalty, the actress recently attended the screening of her film First They Killed My Father in Cambodia. On the other end of the genre spectrum, the United Nations special envoy is also a producer on Disney kid's film The One and Only Ivan.
Along with these mega movies, Jolie is also mulling starring in The Bride of Frankenstein reboot and Sony's Shoot Like a Girl.
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She reportedly turned down recent offers like "Wanted 2" and a sequel to "Salt" in recent years.
Meanwhile, Angelina Jolie had just opened up about her controversial split from Brad Pitt. "We will always be a family, always".
But shifting focus from that and diving into her work commitments, the 41-year-old star is promoting her latest film "First They Killed My Father" in Cambodia.
Jolie was particularly private after her headline-making separation from Pitt last September, waiting five months to so much as comment on their break up.
Angelina's remarks echo those she made to the BBC over the weekend (18-19Feb17), when she personally addressed the divorce and custody battle for the first time, admitting it has been a "very difficult" transition. The former Hollywood couple shares six children namely twins Vivienne and Knox, Shiloh, Zahara, Pax and Maddox.