Is Angelina Jolie bored with the children?

This just in: Angelina Jolie is allegedly … bored!

Yes, folks, the Oscar winner-humanitarian-mother of six-pilot-Louis Vuitton model evidently doesn’t have enough on her plate now that she and the kids are spending time near baby daddy Brad Pitt’s “World War Z” shoot in the U.K.

“She’s not pleased being at home while he’s on set,” a source told Us magazine. “These are the longest hours he’s spent on a set in a while, so it’s just her and the kids with not much to do.”

Whatever. These two are always talking about how they take turns filming movies so one of them can watch the kids — it sounds like things are going exactly according to plan. Plus, we have a very hard time believing that Angie is the type to sit around twiddling her thumbs waiting for Brad to come home.

Celebs Giving Back

Kristin Cavallari is taking the high road despite allegedly being dumped by fiancé Jay Cutler — days after her photo shoot in a wedding gown.

First, the socialite reportedly gave the NFL star back her bling. “She offered to give the engagement ring back to Jay, and he took it,” a source told Life&Style magazine.

Plus, the couple sent notes promising refunds to those who had already bought wedding gifts from their registry.

“The kindness of your gift and note is greatly appreciated,” read their message, according to blog Deadspin.

Let’s hope Jay at least sprung for whatever loot they’d reaped, and let Kristin keep it! He’s a quarterback; he can afford to eat the cost of some kitchen appliances!

Zoe ‘Collapsed’

A dream role in the blockbuster “Avatar” turned into a nightmare for Zoe Saldana. The actress confesses to Latina magazine that she was overcome by the experience of starring in the Oscar-winning film.

“The year after ‘Avatar’ was just emotionally overwhelming,” Zoe recalls. “I was traveling all over the world, waking up in different time zones. Your body gets exhausted, and by the end of the year I just collapsed.”

At one point while shooting the upcoming “Colombiana” in Paris, she says, “I was sitting in my hotel room, and I couldn’t stop crying.” Then, “I couldn’t stay awake. I must have slept for an entire month.”

Zoe says that while she was busy shooting that leading role, it took  “the rest of the year … to pick myself up. Thank God my family was there.”

Nowadays, the engaged actress says she has mastered the art of taking downtime for herself.

“I just stay at home and do absolutely nothing,” Zoe says. “When I was younger, that would have made me feel like such a failure. Now that I’m older, I know what it means to shut down.”

We’re happy Zoe figured out how to deal with her issues. But for the record, if any other celebrities need to learn to sit at home and do nothing … we’d be happy to charge very reasonable hourly rates.

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