Angelina Jolie, Kendra Wilkinson, and more celebrity news

ANGELINA JOLIE is making the rounds on Oahu, scouting locations for her new pic Unbroken, which she is directing. Jolie sightings are happening all over the island, including the Pali Lookout. Sons Maddox and Pax are along for the tour, while hubby Brad Pitt and the rest of the brood are expected to arrive next month …

Spotted: Joan Rivers‘ daughter Melissa showed off her bikini bod in a tropical red bikini … She was keeping her mom company while they were in town for Joan’s hilarious comedy concert … And former Playboy Bunny-turned-reality star Kendra Wilkinson, with hubby Hank Baskett and their precious son Hank Jr., also were in town. Kendra took Hank Jr. out on a paddleboard and was later seen running on the beach …


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Kendra Wilkinson. Photos from Tom Moffatt

Honolulu’s own Rob Engle is the 3-D supervisor for what’s sure to be one of the year’s biggest films, The Smurfs 2. This hybrid animation-live environment follow-up to 2011’s blockbuster The Smurfs stars Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays and Hank Azaria and features the voices of Katy Perry, Christina Ricci, J.B. Smoove and George Lopez

Pre-teen rock ‘n’ roll band Random Weirdos will perform Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Haleiwa Arts Festival, and July 25 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Kailua Farmers Market outside Kealoha’s Hawaiian Food … audio engineer Aaron Carey, who’s worked with the likes of Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow, Dokken and Megadeth, is on the job with this adorable and talented group! Learn more about them at

This week in 1968: It’s The Honolulu Folk Festival at Waikiki Shell, starring Richie Havens, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Phil Ochs! The opening act, We Folk, is a group from Roosevelt High School that features a 16-year-old female singer. In his review of the event, Dave Donnelly of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin writes: “The girl lead singer of We Folk shows great promise as a soloist.” Good call, Dave … That girl is Yvonne Elliman, who’d go on to star in Jesus Christ Superstar on stage and screen, and perform a string of hits heard around the world, including If I Can’t Have You from Saturday Night Fever

And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is People Got To Be Free by The Rascals