The actress stars as captivating Disney villain Maleficent and we finally got to see what the process of becoming the villain is like.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is out in October, so fans were graced with a 43-second time-lapse video of the 44-year-old actress going through the makeover.
The entire process starts with putting Angelinas long locks into extremely high braids that turn into buns.
People apply the base of the headpiece on her head while two other people do her makeup and put on the prosthetic bumps on her cheekbones.
Even without the bumps, Angelinas cheekbones can cut through glass.
Her horns are then placed where her buns are and Angelina adds the fake fangs to her teeth, completing the final terrifying look.
The activist, who was married to Brad Pitt until their divorce in 2016, is returning for her role after the blockbuster success of the 2014 live-action original.
Maleficent also stars Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora and Michelle Pfeiffer as Queen Ingrith.
Angelina recently revealed how she perfected her evil villain voice for the Disney movie.
When I knew I was going to Maleficent I thought, “I have to train, Im not good enough. Im not ready,” she said during a discussion of her career at the Toronto International Film Festival last week.
She continued: I thought, “Im not really sure I could do what needs to be done for her”. The coach had me play around with throwing my voice as big as it could go.
Its a good thing she had her six kids – Shiloh, Vivienne, Pax, Knox, Zahara, and Maddox – to help her.
The accent and everything about her was discovered when I was giving my kids baths, she said. I think I tried 17 different things on them. They would say, “What are you doing? Mum, stop talking so weird.”
One day I just got really nutty and did [the voice] and they fell over laughing. I did it all night long and I finally found it.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil hits theaters on 18 October.