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Angelina Jolie’s daughter Vivienne makes her big screen debut

Angelina Jolie’s daughter Vivienne makes her big screen debut
Priyam Chatterjee

It seems Angelina Jolie’s daughter Vivienne has already stepped into her mother’s shoes as she Viviennewill be seen alongside the veteran actress in upcoming flick ‘Maleficent’. In the movie, Angelina will be playing the role of a dark version of Sleeping Beauty while Vivienne will be seen as a young princess who goes by the name of Aurora.

Princess Aurora will be cursed by the dark and evil sorceress. Angelina appeared before Daily Star and said that it is good to have their children take up cameo roles and be a part of a movie but she and her husband do not want their children to take up acting as a profession when they grow up. She went on to add that Vivienne was the best for the role among all her other kids owing to the fact that she was the only one who had enough courage to be least bothered about the devilish attire that Angelina had to wear. Rather, Vivienne enjoyed a lot while filming the movie and ran around the sets.

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