As Disney plans to come up with its 2014 blockbuster Maleficent's sequel, Angelina Jolie may be seen reprising her role as the Mistress of All Evil once again. The first film went on to win the box office and also got Jolie a slew of awards.
Sources have revealed that the studio is trying to loop in the 40-year-old actor for the follow up, which will be penned by Linda Woolverton and produced by Joe Roth, reported Us magazine.
Talking about her role in the movie, the Salt star had said in an interview that she loves being Maleficent and was quite sad to put her staff down and horns away because somehow, she just lives in a different world.
She had added that she practiced her character's walk and used to scream at the bushes to expand her voice and play with her voice.
The movie, which featured Jolie's daughter Vivienne as the young sleeping beauty, grossed nearly $760 million worldwide.