Angelina Jolie News Archive
The actor agreed to watch the bulldog so the couple could have a romantic date one evening, but he soon regretted his decision.
Depp, who apparently is not a dog person, explained:
"Foolishly I was persuaded to look after their dog Jacques for a night. He's a huge bulldog. At first I had a terrible feeling, because Jacques smelt horrible. But then I told myself, 'Come on, you will survive one night'. Everything was cool - until I sat down on the bed to take my shoes off. Jacques pounced on me from behind and kept jumping around on me."
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Depp continued to explain the attack:
"He's not small. Around 175lbs of dog was hurled at me, which felt like about 300lbs. I shouted for help and luckily someone came to take that beast off me."
Hopefully they were grateful for your sacrifice, Johnny!
Sounds like despite the viscious attack, he and long-term partner Vanessa Paradis enjoyed being able to socialise with Angelina and Brad after filming ended for the day.
Depp said during interviews:
"We often went for dinner with them. It was great. I've known Brad since the end of the Eighties. It was great to see him as a man and amazing father."
Although it sounds like the actors truly respect each other, one thing is for sure.
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"We want her to grow up with an understanding of her country of birth," Jolie said.
The sanctuary is home to orphaned and injured animals that cannot be released back into the wild.
The family stayed at the sanctuary for Christmas and were given the opportunity to watch the staff work with the animals and even saw a snow leopard released into the wild.
Locals said the family seemed to enjoy their trip, while mingling with locals and spending time on the beach as a family.
Angelina said of the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary:
"We continue to be impressed by their hard work and dedication to the people and conservation of the land and wildlife of Namibia."
That's great news!
It's awesome that they support not only endangered wildlife, but take time to educate their children on their roots.
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