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James McAvoy, Common, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (39)

James McAvoy, Common, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (39)

Left to right: Wesley (James McAvoy) shoots his target while The Gunsmith (Common) and Fox (Angelina Jolie) observe his skills in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Jay Maidment

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (37)

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (37)

Angelina Jolie as Fox in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Jaap Buitendijk

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (36)

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (36)

Fox (Angelina Jolie) shoots from the driver’s side of her Dodge Viper in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (35)

James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (35)

Wesley (James McAvoy) watches in fear as Fox (Angelina Jolie) eludes her pursuer in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (34)

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (34)

Fox (Angelina Jolie) shoots from the driver’s side of her Dodge Viper in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (33)

Angelina Jolie, Wanted (33)

Angelina Jolie as Fox in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

Timur Bekmambetov, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (32)

Timur Bekmambetov, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (32)

Director Timur Bekmambetov and Angelina Jolie as Fox on the set of the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo Credit: Jaap Buitendijk

Angelina Jolie, Kung Fu Panda (8)

Angelina Jolie, Kung Fu Panda (8)

Angelina Jolie voices the bold and strong Tigress (one of the legendary Furious Five) in DreamWorks’ “Kung Fu Panda”.

Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Wanted (1)

Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Wanted (1)

Fox (Angelina Jolie) shoots from the driver’s side of her Dodge Viper while Wesley (James McAvoy, driver’s side mirror) watches in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Chuck Hodes

James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (4)

James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, Wanted (4)

Wesley (James McAvoy) watches in awe as Fox (Angelina Jolie) targets her enemy in the action-thriller that tells the tale of one apathetic nobody’s transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice in “Wanted”.
Photo credit: Universal Pictures

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