Angelina Jolie was all elegance on the red carpet for the London premiere of her new World War II movie Unbroken on Tuesday night.
The Hollywood actress looked stunning in a white dress by British couturier Ralph & Russo complete with cropped bolero cape, nude stilettos and Beladora vintage earrings.
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All eyes were on Ange as she posed alongside members of the British Armed Forces in Leicester Square, but the big question is - has her latest directorial role put her in the Oscars race?
In an exclusive with Metro the 39-year-old actress, goodwill ambassador, political activist and mother of six said winning the gong for best director would "mean a great deal to her".
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Okay, so she scooped the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Girl, Interrupted but that was way back in 1999 - it's high time the newly-titled dame got another one.
"I love directing and most of all I felt very responsible to this story and this man's life," she told Metro.
On representing women directors in Hollywood she said, "Hopefully, there will be many, many more, and I'm sure there will be. There are a few other female directors I am close to and there is a nice camaraderie between us."
The star is also fronting Vanity Fair's December issue photographed by Mario Testino where she talks married life (oh to be Mrs Brad Pitt), politics and film.
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