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Angelina Jolie and family eat bugs in Cambodia

In an interview with People, Jolie said that beyond highlighting the potential of Cambodia for filmmakers - foreign and domestic - she hopes the film will in some ways reintroduce the country to worldwide audiences.

She has also signed on as a producer on Disney children picture "The One and Only Ivan".

Angelina Jolie filed for divorce with irreconcilable differences as the reason as reported by CNN.

'We are a family and we will always be a family, and we will get through this time and hopefully be a stronger family for it, ' she told the news network.

After the much hyped Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce, speculations have been rife regarding Angelina quitting the Hollywood forever.

Jolie is now promoting her directorial based in Cambodia called "First They Killed My Father".

While I am an unabashed Angelina Jolie fangirl - for the simple fact that she does genuinely care about humanitarian causes - there's no denying that she's also a mega A-list star, with the type of ego that comes only with that stardom. The stakes will surely be high as her last directorial project with ex-husband Pitt, By The Sea - which she also wrote and starred in - turned out to be big disappointment at the box-office.

Jolie, who adopted her eldest child Maddox, now 15, from Cambodia, directed the film and said she made it to better understand the recent history of Cambodia. Without Brad Pitt, is her star power enough to sustain the same moves she used to pull before her divorce? In an interview with BBC News, as cited by People, she shared that her focus has been to take care of the children despite the hard situation. The 41-year-old actress appears to be in a laxing mood with her children - Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne in the interview.

The "First They Killed My Father" premiere was Jolie's first major appearance since announcing separation from Pitt previous year.

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