Angelina Jolie just landed her first role in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.

On Sunday, the 44-year-old actress announced that she will star in the upcoming movie, “Eternals,” alongside Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani and Brian Tyree Henry. The film will be directed by Chloe Zhao, and it is scheduled to be released next year.

Jolie also made an appearance at the Marvel Comic-Con Panel, where she expressed her excitement over her newest casting gig.

“I’m so excited to be here! I think what it means to be a part of the MCU, what it means to be an Eternal, what it means to be in this family… We’ve all read the script and we know what the task is and so we are going to work very, very hard,” she said.

Prior to Jolie’s casting, the actress was first spotted hanging out with one of her three biological children in Los Angeles. The award-winning star was photographed with Vivienne, 11, in Los Angeles.

During the recent sighting, Jolie was photographed in a white flowy dress, while Vivienne wore an animal-print shirt and loose jeans. The 11-year-old daughter of Brad Pitt was also photographed hanging out with her older sister, Shiloh, at Knotts Berry Farm.

The siblings were not accompanied by their parents during the outing. Rather, they spent the entire day with their group of friends.

Jolie split from Pitt in 2016, and the couple has six children together. Three of which were adopted. Following their divorce, the former couple reached a custody agreement and Jolie has sole physical custody of all of their children.

Last month, a source told Entertainment Tonight that the “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” star that Pitt gets to see his children whenever they are in Los Angeles. All six temporarily lived in New Mexico while Jolie was filming for her upcoming movie, “Those Who Wish Me Dead.”

“All is well. The kids are happy, which makes them happy… There’s no conflict behind the scenes,” the source said.

Angelina Jolie Marvel Angelina Jolie attends the premiere of Disney's "Dumbo" at El Capitan Theatre on March 11, 2019 in Los Angeles. Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images