Lunchtime Links With Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie attends the Cannes Film Festival to promote “Kung Fu Panda 2″.

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Chaz Bono Offers Parenting Advice To Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

Cher’s son Chaz Bono thinks he can help offer useful tips to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in how to raise a tomboy – referring to the couples daughter Shiloh, who’s been in the media’s eye for her short haircut and boyish clothes.

Chaz told E! News,

“I would love to talk to them (Brad and Angelina) at some point, to at least let them know we have this resource for them if they ever need it. I relate to these kids. The difference between them and myself is that I didn’t articulate it and fight for it and say, ‘No, no, no! I’m a boy!’

“I have so much respect for these kids that do… People get too freaked out about kids and what to do with kids. If you just let kids do what they need to do they usually have the right idea.”

How do you feel about Chaz reaching out to Brangelina?  Should he mind his own business, or should the couple seek his advice?

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Angelina Jolie’s Kids Are Opinionated About Her Work

Celebrity mom of six Angelina Jolie says that her kids (Maddox, 9, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 4, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 2) are tough critics.  She chatted about letting them see an advanced preview of the upcoming “Kung Fu Panda 2″. She shared of their critique of her work:

“They’ll sit in a room and say, ‘That’s just not funny,’”  “We’ve got kids of all ages. So we joked that we had our own focus group.”

She says  their brutal honesty:

“keeps you competitive, even if they think Jack Black is always cooler than mom.”

Angelina and Brad Pitt wondered how the kids would like the themes of adoption in the movie:

“I wondered how they’d respond to the themes of the film.  [We were] sensitive to see if there was going to be a big discussion that night about adoption and orphanages.”

There wasn’t any reaction from them about it:

“But that’s because we talk about those issues at my house all the time, very openly,” she asserts. “We’ve had those discussions so often, they’re such happy, wonderful discussions.”

Angelina also shared that she’s not thrilled with the sound of her own voice:

“You know, when you hear your own voice, you can find it quite boring and uninteresting. Suddenly, you get very shy that your voice is not enough, because I’m not musical and I don’t know my voice.”

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Angelina Jolie Bans Her Comic Book From Her Children

Angelina Jolie is trying to shield her children from her racy past by not allowing them to read or view “Female Force: Angelina Jolie” – a comic book about her career, family life, and humanitarian activities, as well as her unconventional lifestyle choices using explicit imagery from her sexy movie roles.

“She just doesn’t think it’s right for her kids,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer.

“She’d let them look at it if it were more of a Tomb Raider kind of comic, but it is far from THAT.

“Maddox, 9, and Pax, 7, have been clamoring for the comic ever since they first heard about it, and they got sisters Zahara, 6, and Shiloh, 4, excited about looking at cartoon drawings of mommy.

“But Angie had to tell the four oldest kids that it wasn’t an appropriate magazine for them to have.

“Brad agreed the comic was just too sophisticated for the children.

“Brad and Angie allow their children to play violent video games and look at regular superhero comics and adventure magazines, but they decided this look at Angelina’s life was off limits.

“She banned the children from seeing it. Their parenting policy is not to censor the real world from their kids – unless it involves their personal lives and someone else’s take on it.

“But when someone sent Brad a copy of the Angie comic, he got a real kick out of it.

“He’ll probably end up slipping a copy of the book to Maddox and Pax a few years down the line — when Angelina isn’t around, of course.”

All I’m going to say is, wait until they have access to the internet.

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