Angelina Jolie’s ‘Unbroken’ finally hit theaters on Dec. 25. The highly-anticipated film is rich with history and terrific performances. We’ve rounded up 5 things you have to know about the film before heading to the movies!
So many films, including Unbroken, are battling it out at the box office after being released on Christmas Day. Angelina Jolie has taken former POW and Olympic runner Louis Zamperini’s incredible story and put it on the big screen. HollywoodLife.com has come up with 5 key things to remember about Unbroken, which is unlike any movie you’ll see this holiday season.
[pmc_film_review_snippet]Angelina Jolie’s ‘Unbroken’ is the story of WWII POW Louis Zamperini, and it is a must-see film this Christmas![/pmc_film_review_snippet]
If you’ve read the book, Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand, you might be wondering if Angelina Joliedid the best-seller justice in the film adaptation, and she definitely did. Not only does it chronicle the life of Olympian Louis “Louie” Zamperini [Jack O’Connell], it is an accurate depiction of what it was like to be a POW in WWII.
Brad Pitt and his brood looked absolutely adorable in matching suits at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Unbroken’ on Dec. 15. Although Angeline Jolie was home sick with the chickenpox, her fashionable family showed their support in style! How sweet!
Brad Pitt, 50, was the picture perfect husband and father at the premiere of Angelina Jolie‘s film, Unbroken. With his parents by his side, Brad and his oldest kids (Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, and Shiloh, 8) rocked the red carpet in matching all black suits to represent Angelina on her big night! Could this family be even cuter?
Demi Lovato explains what drew her toward singing the song ‘Mistake’ on her new album, ‘Unbroken’ — and it sounds an awful lot like she’s telling Joe Jonas he was stupid to dump her!
Demi Lovatohas alluded to her breakup with Joe Jonas as being the catalyst to her emotional and physical breakdown — and now in her song “Mistake” on Unbroken she’s standing up for herself and telling the 21-year-old Jo bro he screwed up.
With a variety of pop and R&B songs and introspective ballads, Demi Lovato’s highly-anticipated album, ‘Unbroken,’ completely lives up to the hype!
Demi Lovato has officially grown up. Throughout the last year, we’ve watched the 19-year-old performer struggle with pressures of being a child star and the transition from Disneyland to adulthood, but now she’s finally made it through the thick of it — and her album Unbroken if proof of her success. Chock full of solid tracks ranging from emotional ballads (ala “Skyscraper”) to fun pop songs, like her next single and collaboration with Dev on “Who’s That Boy,” Demi’s range of talent is brilliantly executed on her third studio album, which drops Sept. 20.
Almost a year after going into treatment for physical and emotional issues, Demi Lovato is making a serious comeback, starting with her new album ‘Unbroken!’
Whenever news breaks in Hollywood that a young star has to leave the spotlight to deal with an addiction, emotional or physical problem, everyone starts wondering if they’ll ever make it back to the limelight. For 19-year-oldDemi Lovato, there was never a question if, but when she’d get back to work in a better frame of mind. As she continually works on her recovery, the “Skyscraper” singer is standing strong and thanking her fans for where she is today.