Angelina Jolie has shocked everyone after she went completely nude for her latest photoshoot for Harper's Bazaar. For the cover, Angelina Jolie talked about how her children helped her find herself during the tough days and how very little in Hollywood has changed in light of the MeToo movement. Angelina Jolie recently did a bold photoshoot for Harper's Bazaar. In one picture titled "Veil of perception," we see Jolie wearing nothing but a veil. Her hands have covered her front and she is looking breathtakingly beautiful.
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The year-old director, who underwent a preventative double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery in February to reduce her chances of being developing breast cancer as it runs in her family, admits she worried about appearing naked in a bathtub in the new film, in which she also stars alongside husband Brad Pitt, as a result of the procedure. She said: ''There were lots of scenes I wanted to change or cut. I realized it was going to be me [naked] in that bathtub. But I told myself, put all of that aside. Like, you can't change or cut this scene because you've had a mastectomy, or because we're married and people are going to analyze this or that. That would be cheating. The Oscar winner also feared the film, which tells the tale of an unhappily married couple, would drive a wedge between her and Brad, 51, as they filmed it on their ''honeymoon'' in Malta shortly after tying the knot in the South of France in August
Angelina Jolie bared all for her latest bold photoshoot
Angelina Jolie felt "exposed" after seeing herself naked in computer-animated movie 'Beowulf. The Hollywood beauty was so shocked by how "real" the animation looked, she warned long-term partner Brad Pitt about the sexy nude scenes. Angelina said, "I was really surprised that I felt exposed. There are certain moments where I actually felt shy - and called home, just to explain that the fun movie I had done that was a digital animation was, in fact, a little different than we expected. I didn't expect it to feel as real, so it was kind of funny at first.
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