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Angelina Jolie Mixes Fashion In Today's Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 4/3/2013The Jackson family seeks damages in a wrongful death suit, Angelina Jolie mixes fashion and giving, and there's good news for "Finding Nemo" fans. Carl Azuz has your daily dose of entertainment news in today's Hollywood Minute. A wrongful death suit filed by Michael Jackson's family began Tuesday, with jury selection. Jackson' mother and children claim the pop star's last concert promoter, AEG Live, is liable in his death. The family says the company hired and supevised Jackson's former docto, Conrad Murray, whos is now serving time in prison for the singer's death. But, lawyers for AEG Live say Murray was hired by the late singer. Two of Jackson's children may testify. The trial could last several months. If found liable, AEG Live could be forced to pay millions, or even billions. Angelina Jolie is making good us of her fashion sense! The 37-year-old actress-humanitarian is launching a jewelry line. Sales from "The Style of Jolie" will be donated to the "Education Partnership for Children in Conflict" to benefit an all-girls school in Afghanistan. Disney-Pixar will take "Finding Nemo" fans back into the deep blue sea. The company announced it will make a sequel to the splash hit. The sequel, titled, "Finding Dory," will center on the regal blue tang, Dory, voiced by Ellen Degeneres. "Finding Dory" is epected to release November, 2015.
   
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