NEW YORK (AP) -- It's been more than a year since Angelina Jolie caused a stir by kissing her brother at the Oscars, but the show of affection still haunts her.
"It's affected my relationship with my brother. But I don't think there's a person out there that actually believes I slept with my brother," Jolie said in an interview with NBC's "Dateline," which airs at 8 p.m. CDT Friday.
"So it makes me confused and very angry with the press, because they think it's much more important to write shocking, stupid stories and ignore something beautiful that happened. You know, their interpretation of it is for their own sick thoughts."
The 26-year-old actress also talked about the renewed bond with her father, Jon Voight, who co-stars with her in "Tomb Raider," opening June 15. She said working with Voight on the set was an emotional experience.
"Jon and I could not stop crying," Jolie said. "We'd have to stop takes."
MALIBU, Calif., (AP) -- The 16-year-old daughter of actor Charlie Sheen was arrested at a clothing boutique and booked for investigation of burglary, deputies said.
The girl, whose name was withheld because of her age, was arrested around 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at Stella Maris on Civic Center Way, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Faye Bugarin.
She later was booked at the Malibu/Lost Hills Station on a charge of burglary and released to the custody of her mother, with whom she lives in Malibu. Sheriff's deputies provided no further details.
Sheen, a cast member on the ABC sitcom "Spin City," declined comment through a spokesman, saying the arrest was a private family matter.
The 35-year-old actor has had his own troubles in recent years. He was convicted in 1997 of beating a girlfriend. The next year he was hospitalized for a drug overdose and was ordered into a rehabilitation program after his father, Martin Sheen, reported the overdose to the judge.
Phony critic fallout
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Sony Pictures suspended two advertising executives Thursday for allowing movie ads to feature accolades from a critic who didn't exist.
The executives, who were not identified, were suspended 30 days without pay, according to Jeff Blake, president of distribution of Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, a division of Sony.
"The company is sanctioning ... one (executive) for his actions and the other for actions that occurred within the department he supervises," Blake said.Sony also said it plans to monitor its publicity and advertising departments more carefully to ensure the accuracy of critics' quotes.
An executive fabricated quotes from "David Manning of The Ridgefield Press" for use in print ads for several movies, including "Vertical Limit" and "Hollow Man."
In advertisements for the Rob Schneider farce "The Animal," the fictional Manning said: "The producing team of 'Big Daddy' has delivered another winner!"
The phony critic also declared Heath Ledger of the action-comedy "A Knight's Tale" as "this year's hottest new star!"
The bogus blurbs were spotted last week by Newsweek reporter John Horn, who challenged the reviewer's authenticity.
Some of the movies that used the quotes had gotten several positive reviews from real critics.
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