Angelina Jolie New Tattoo PHOTO; Actress Gets Arabic Writing on Right Arm
on Sep 09, 2013 01:26 PM EDT
Angelina Jolie added yet another tattoo to her body, based to recent photos of the actress.
The 38-year-old had a new tattoo on full display Monday in Sydney, Australia, while working on her latest movie. The tattoo is a lengthy Arabic phrase and is featured on her right arm, right beside a previous tattoo of the Arabic word for "determination."
Dressed in a casual black T-shirt and pants, Jolie made her way to the set of her new movie Unbroken. The film is Jolie's second as a director after 2011's In the Land of Blood and Honey. She is currently in Australia starting production on the film while partner Brad Pitt is in the United Kingdom working on his own project.
Click here to see the photo of Jolie's new tattoo.
The tattoo is one of many on Jolie's body. Some of her more famous tattoos include a quote by Tennesee Williams to honor her deceased mother and the geographical coordinates where each of her six children was born. Her new tattoo may be in honor of her decision earlier this year to get a double mastectomy, though that connection has not been confirmed.
Jolie is working on an equally important true story as she directs Unbroken. The film portrays the true story of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner and soldier who survived in the Pacific Ocean for 47 days after his plane crashed in World War II. Zamperini was then taken prisoner by the Japanese and they tortured him in a POW camp for two years.
The actress/director will be receiving an award from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in November for her humanitarian work. She will receive a special Governors Award for her various humanitarian efforts in the field of social justice. This is her second award from The Academy after winning an Oscar for her performance in Girl, Interrupted.
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