Angelina Jolie, Kirsten Dunst Butt Heads with Vogue
BITCHES BREW Vogue's January and September issues (inset)
Angelina Jolie cultivates a reputation as a Hollywood outsider who cares so little about her press, she doesn't even have a publicist. But Vogue learned otherwise while preparing to profile the orphan-collecting actress for its January issue. According to a source, Jolie initially objected to the magazine's choice of writer to conduct the interview, Jonathan Van Meter.
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"There was a line in a previous story he had written that had pissed her off," says the source. Perhaps it was the part in Van Meter's April cover feature on Jennifer Aniston where he notes that the home-wrecking Jolie and her new boyfriend Brad Pitt "began to seem faintly ridiculous" as they traveled the world playing diplomats?