Angelina Jolie Backtracks On Censoring Interviews
Before Wednesday's premiere in New York, Jolie laid down some strict ground rules for the media, despite the event doubling as a freedom of the press benefit.
As reported by Roger Friedman on FoxNews.com, journalists were requested to refrain from asking Jolie "any questions regarding her personal relationships" and if they did she "will have the right to immediately terminate the interview and leave."
Reporters were also instructed that "the interview may only be used to promote the picture... The interview will not be used in a manner that is disparaging, demeaning, or derogatory to Ms. Jolie."
However, after Associated Press refused to sign a document regarding an interview scheduled for later today, Jolie has agreed to do the interview anyway. Associated Press' Paul Colford says, "(We were) asked to sign a document pertaining to an interview with her... but declined to sign because it is not AP policy to do so. Jolie has agreed to the one-on-one interview without the signed document."
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