Angelina Jolie's teenage son is executive producer on her new film

Angelina Jolie might reprise her role as the titular character in the film, "Maleficent 2" despite his on-going divorce settlement with Brad Pitt.

And though she was praised for her turn behind the camera with 2014's "Unbroken, ' Jolie's 2015 movie 'By the Sea" - which she directed and starred in opposite her then-husband Pitt - was a flop and cost $25 million to make, while earning a mere $500,000 domestically.

News anchor George Stephanopoulos then recalled previous comments Angelina had made about Brad during their romance, when she gushed about the 53-year-old as a "wonderful father".

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The 41-year-old actress-and-director is now in Cambodia promoting her new movie "First They Killed My Father" and showed her familiarity with local delicacies, including the arachnids, scorpions, and crickets, as she demonstrated how to prepare, cook and eat the grubs to her brood, Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 10, and eight-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

Along with these mega movies, Jolie is also mulling starring in The Bride of Frankenstein reboot and Sony's Shoot Like a Girl.

Apart from films, she will also continue her passion in directing films.

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Meanwhile, the "Tomb Raider" star recently opened up about her divorce from the "Fight Club" actor. We will always be a family. The actress was very emotional during the interview telling people that the divorce was very hard for her. While in the South-East Asian country, the 41-year-old actress cooked up a certain "delicacy" which has jointed legs and exoskeletons. Attending the film premiere with her six children - one of whom is Cambodian - Jolie has pledged to remain involved in supporting the local film industry.

Amidst her troubled marriage, Jolie asserted that she's more focused on parenting and "finding a way through" to keep everyone in the family at its best.

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