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Angelina Jolie Considers Hackers Her First Real Movie Role | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

In a 2020 interview with Collider, Softley reminisces on his “Hackers” house style, its soundtrack, and its young, enthused cast. In 1995, the film’s biggest stars were Lorraine Bracco and Fisher Stevens. Its young leads weren’t yet stars. Jolie, of course, would go on to be one of the most notable A-list movie stars in Hollywood, winning an Emmy in 1998 and an Oscar in 2000, and headlining no small number of high-profile action blockbusters and numerous studio prestige dramas. According to Softley, Jolie considered “Hackers” to be her first movie. It wasn’t, but she looks at it that way. Softley said:

“Well, she calls it her first role. That’s how she describes it. Certainly her first lead role. I met her at the Berlin Film Festival a few years ago, when she was premiering one of her films, and she introduced me to the cast who were there as the person who gave her her first film and her first husband.” 

Jolie and Miller were married from 1996 until 2000. 

Jolie’s first credited role came when she was only six years old, in 1982. She appeared briefly in the Hal Ashby gambling comedy “Lookin’ to Get Out,” which starred her father, Jon Voight. Her first major role came in the 1993 sci-fi action film “Cyborg 2,” the sequel to the 1989 flick with Jean-Claude Van Damme. In “Cyborg 2,” she played a high-tech android named Cash who was programmed for fighting and assassination. Cash was programmed to self-destruct in the middle of a board meeting in an act of corporate espionage, but found herself resisting. Jack Palance, Billy Drago, and Elias Koteas also appear. It’s a slick film, as low-budget Trimark Pictures releases go. 

For some reason, Jolie doesn’t mention “Cyborg 2.”


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