Two years ago, I stood on the damp set of Maleficent, having flown 5,000 miles for a set visit. I had two days to take notes on what Disney was up to as it shifted focus from Sleeping Beauty to her antagonist. On the second day, I would also interview the woman in horns herself.
On the allotted day, the sun had set, there was a constant mist of rain, and cameras were about to roll on a medieval drawbridge. Several handlers led me to a tall and very slim figure cloaked in black robes. Angelina Jolie's eyes were gold, her lips were ruby red, her talon-like nude fingernails we...
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