Angelina Jolie
Actress and campaigner Angelina Jolie arrives at a summit to end sexual violence in conflict, at the Excel centre in London June 13, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor Reuters

It seems the rivalry between Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston is still alive and kicking, especially this awards season. A report claims that Brad Pitt’s current wife is winning some votes for her directorial film “Unbroken” using her charm, while his ex-wife is turning off people with the strict security with which she surrounds herself.

Even though the actresses themselves appeared to have moved on and are living their own lives, the rivalry between the two won’t ever die, at least according to some people. Page Six reports that the two women’s different attitudes towards other people have perhaps swayed award-voters in the other woman’s favour.

“The two women had very different behaviour. Jolie showed up an hour early and signed for fans and did selfies for a solid 10 minutes on the way in. She signed for an additional 10 minutes in pouring rain on the way out. She was friendly inside and out,” the source added of the 39-year-old mother of six at the December 5 screening of “Unbroken” at the DGA Theatre on West 57th Street.

Although Jolie isn’t nominated for a Golden Globe, her chances to be up for an Academy Award are expected to be high. Aniston, on the other hand, is nominated for Best Actress in Drama film for her performance in “Cake,” but her strict security discouraged people to get close to her.

The same source added that on Tuesday, the 45-year-old “Friends” actress was at the screening of her film at the Lincoln Centre Film Society. Instead of signing up autographs and taking photos with fans, like what her co-star Anna Kendrick did, Aniston and her entourage allegedly snuck in and out of the premises through an underground garage. A bodyguard also walked her in and out of the theatre, preventing fans to talk to her. When some fans asked for her photo, she simply smiled and declined before heading out.

Aniston’s rep Stephen Huvane told Page Six that it’s “very unfair” to characterise the blonde beauty as such, adding that the comparison with Jolie was “just immature crap.” He explained that although Aniston didn’t stop for photos and autographs, no one was disappointed because that was announced at the end of the screening.

“Clearly you just want to create something out of nothing,” Huvane said. “We entered through the garage because we were being followed by paparazzi, and they make everything difficult for her getting in and out of cars on street level. We did not stop for photos because we had another screening event downtown that was about to start and we had to hustle.”

After her marriage to Pitt ended in 2005 after five years, Aniston had a string of high profile relationships, including with Vince Vaughn and John Mayer. She is now engaged to actor Justin Theroux.

Jolie, meanwhile, just married Pitt in August, nine years after they started their relationship. She told The Australian Women’s Weekly that although maintaining a marriage and raising their six kids can be hard work, she and Pitt are hard workers and are committed to the job. She also said she is very happy to be married to the “Fury” star, and enjoys calling him her husband.