Angelina Jolie has allegedly pulled out of the latest Peter Pan reboot ‘at the 11th hour’. Set to start work on the film Come Away, a mash-up of Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland, Angelina has been filming the latest Malificent instalment in the UK the last few months. Now, it’s been said the film, which also stars David Oyelowo, has been ‘thrown into chaos’ after she reportedly told producers on Monday she wouldn’t be making the set.
It comes amid rumours Angelina’s divorce with Brad Pitt is turning sour, with the star’s lawyer having to deny she was leaving the case. Ange and Brad are currently going through a divorce (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage) ‘Everything was set to get under way this week, it has all been agreed for months.
Now nobody is quite sure what is going on,’ a source told The Sun of Angelina’s latest movie. ‘The top producers are hoping to persuade her to reconsider so they can get things moving, but there are also contingency plans being considered to keep things on track.’ However, the Hollywood actress may well be entitled to pull out under her contract.
It comes amid reports from TMZ, that allege Ange filed documents that stated Pitt has not paid ‘meaningful child support’ since they first separated almost two years ago. The ‘informal arrangement’ agreed between the two, Jolie’s lawyer states, has not been followed by Pitt, however a source familiar with the situation tells Metro.co.uk that ‘Brad fulfills his commitments’. Jolie wants the judge in charge of their case to issue formal child support orders retroactively against him. However a source updated TMZ with claims Brad has instead paid ‘millions’ and more than their informal agreement included. Sheesh.
This is messy. Angelina’s spokesperson Mindy Nyby denied earlier claims that her lawyer Laura Wasser, who has been with her since filing for divorce, quit because the Maleficent actress was being ‘hostile.’ In a statement released to Entertainment Tonight, she said: ‘I just spoke with Laura. The TMZ story is not true and she is not quitting now or in the future.’ The divorce proceedings are almost at the two year mark, and according to a source, a major part of the delay is finding a custody agreement that works for both actors.
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