Angelina Jolie’s next directing job, and more news to note

Angelina Jolie

The Marquee Blog

Today’s talk you might’ve missed:

  • Angelina Jolie, a.k.a. the new Mrs. Brad Pitt, has already lined up another directing job. “Africa,” which will be written by Eric Roth, is about ivory poachers who posed a threat to the existence of African elephants. [Variety]
  • Tea Leoni and David Duchovny aren’t together anymore, but there’s no love lost between them. Leoni says in a new interview that she doesn’t know how she could “ever hate David. … We’ve always loved each other, and we adore (our two) kids.” [Parade]
  • We seriously can’t handle the cuteness of this sentence: “Ryan Gosling is madly in love with his baby girl.” You know we’re totally picturing him all bearded and swooning like in “The Notebook.” [People]
  • Haven’t had enough of J.Lo’s “Booty” yet? Don’t worry; the folks at MTV have watched enough times to break down each and every…

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United Royals Japan 2014 Coverage…Part 1…

United Royals Japan 2014

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I do not know what United Royals is…is that terrible? Haha. I actually heard about this event awhile back but really had no idea who ran the event until just recently. The name sounds cool but not very Japanese at all so there were early indications that it was not an event put on by Japanese locals. After some further misguided research, I somehow managed to discover that it was an event that was themed towards USDM car culture, hence the name “UNITED Royals”. Furthermore, it was also an event that was organized by a friend of mine, Ross from JSPIRIT in Hawaii. The show was geared towards the USDM car culture enthusiasts in Japan and had a very “Hawaiian” feel to it. Of course, I didn’t really learn all this until I actually invested 5 minutes of my time into looking it up on Instagram, haha. Sorry, I’ve been…

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