Val Kilmer had an affair with Angelina Jolie: “It’s like other women, but better”

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The divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt is one of the battles sentimental toughest that have been seen in Hollywood, but what we didn’t know until now is that shortly before that tore her romance with the recent winner of the Oscar for best supporting actor, the actress kept a brief and intense love story with Val Kilmer. It happened in 2004, but the secret has been kept until the performer of such films as ‘Top Gun’, ‘Batman forever’ or ‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’ has released his biography: ‘I’m your Hucklebery’.

When people ask me how is she, I tell them that it looks like other women, other super-stars, only better“says Kilmer, who reminds his affaire as “the most serious and most poignant of all my stories past”. Angelina and Val met on the set of ‘Alexander’, a film in which they shared poster with other famous faces of The Angels as Colin Farrell or Jared Leto.

Shortly after, and according to his testimony, would begin a love story that ended a few months before Jolie coincide in another set of the shoot with Brad Pitt and became one of the most media partners of Hollywood. “One day, Angelina Jolie took me home in a jet. I surprised it of gardenias“said Kilmer. However, the break with the actress was not the most painful of his life, but that place is its separation from Daryl Hannah.

The cancer that she hid but that made him change

Val Kilmer took a long time to recognize that it was true that he was suffering cancer. In fact, it was his partner Michael Douglas, who revealed in November 2016, and that the diagnosis I had received in 2015: cancer of the larynx. The actor, who maintained other relationships with Cher, Drew Barrymore or Cindy Crawford, you used faith and religion to overcome psychologically the battle.

According to him, these were the two tools that together with the chemotherapy did that you could survive and change your view of things, especially of fame: “Fame is a disaster. You are treated in a different way, but it has nothing to do with who you really are (…). Before it was too serious. I was teased by things like not winning an Oscar or not recognition of my work”.