Los Angeles - Angelina Jolie insists she has no plans to retire "completely".The Oscar-winning actress - who previously hinted she is preparing to step away from her career in front of the camera to focus on her other passions, including her humanitarian work - plans to be much more selective, but will continue to take on roles that challenge her.The 38-year-old star told reporters at a press conference in Japan ahead of the Tokyo premiere of Maleficent: "I'm not retiring completely, but I'm going to focus more on my writing, directing and my humanitarian work, so I will do less films and hopefully that will also make it possible to be very selective and do a few I feel really compelled to do. But I will be doing much less."Earlier this month, the brunette beauty, who is engaged to Brad Pitt, suggested her role in an upcoming movie about Cleopatra could be her last.Jolie confessed: "That's where you finish, in a great way. You kind of go, 'What could you do beyond that one?' Put it all into that one."The Melificent star also opened up about her close relationship with co-star Elle Fanning, 16, and admitted she hopes her daughters, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, eight, and Vivienne, five, grow up to be like her.Jolie said: "She is so extremely talented, but she has also somehow, and it's a credit to her parents, maintained her kindness and humanity, and in no way feels affected by this very difficult business, so she is really a great example for women, both as an artist and as a young woman."The Goodwill Ambassador concluded: "I hope my daughters are like her when they grow up."For more celeb news like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
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