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In May, Brad Pitt opened up to GQ Style in a bombshell of an interview, his first following a widely publicized and relatively nasty split from longtime partner Angelina Jolie.

In the story, Pitt talked about the circumstances surrounding the divorce, admitting that he had quit drinking and was working toward becoming a better man. 

Jolie has kept quiet until now.

Today, Vanity Fair published a cover story featuring the 42-year-old actress, filmmaker, humanitarian and mother of six.

For the profile, titled "Angelina Jolie Solo," she sat down with longtime Vanity Fair contributing editor Evgenia Peretz and posed for photographer duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott after being styled by Jessica Diehl.
During an interview on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast on Monday, February 22, Sacha Baron Cohen revealed that the FBI “started compiling a file” on him while he was filming wild antics for his 2006 comedy, Borat.

Cohen, 44, whose Kazakh character drove around in an ice cream truck pranking strangers, explained that his appearance — along with his outrageous behavior — almost landed him in some unlikely legal trouble.

Although Cohen never dreamed that playing the outlandish faux-journalist would grab the attention of the FBI, he was aware that Borat’s tendency to tick off locals in conservative parts of the country might have consequences.

The same went for Cohen’s 2009 satire, Bruno.

In preparation for portraying the movie’s flamboyant titular role in rural Kansas, he employed security to help keep him from getting handcuffed.