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Angelina’s film helped get her through surgery

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Angelina Jolie described the late Louis Zamperini, right, as “extraordinary.” photo: Universal Pictures

Louis Zamperini, the late Olympian and hero, not only inspired Angelina Jolie to direct “Unbroken,” a film about his life as a survivor; he also motivated her personally, especially when she had double mastectomy in 2013.

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Angelina Jolie bares more details about her film with Brad Pitt

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Angelina Jolie and her partner. AP FILE PHOTO

LOS ANGELES—“It’s not an action movie,” Angelina Jolie said in a recent interview about “By the Sea,” her first film with Brad Pitt since 2005’s “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” The latter movie’s set was where they fell in love. “By the Sea” also marks the first time that she’s directing Brad. “It’s a small, intimate drama. I wrote it for us a few years ago.

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Daniel Radcliffe on seduction–with bacon

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RADCLIFFE with Zoe Kazan in “What If,” where they play reluctant sweethearts.

“Bacon is in every aspect of my life,” Daniel Radcliffe quipped, laughing, when asked about a scene in his new film, “What If,” where his character, Wallace, uses bacon as a key ingredient for what is called “fool’s gold” to seduce a woman.

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Williams called ex-wife ‘Finnipino’

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A file picture taken on Dec. 22, 1998. shows Academy Award-winning actor Robin Williams with family members Cody (center), Zelda (right) and former wife Marsha during Williams' hand and footprint ceremony outside the world-famous Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California. The star of films such as "Good Will Hunting," "Good Morning Vietnam" and "Mrs Doubtfire" was found dead at his home in Tiburon, in California just north of San Francisco, shortly before midday on Aug. 11, 2014.  AFP PHOTO/VINCE BUCCI

“Leon Pantaleon Garces!” I can still hear Robin Williams exclaiming, in a distinct Filipino accent, his late Pinoy father-in-law’s name.

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Fil-Singaporean teen is apl.de.ap’s protégé

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MIGUEL Antonio (left) will be mentored on career matters by The Black Eyed Peas’ apl.de.ap.

At 13, Davao-born Miguel Antonio has already racked up quite a few achievements: He won an Asian talent search by popular composer-producer David Foster and appeared in one of his concerts, performed for the president of Singapore and foreign dignitaries, debuted at the renowned Greek Theatre here in LA and recently signed with a talent agency to be under the career guidance of apl.de.ap.

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