Angelina Jolie has faced numerous challenges for years. From health scares, divorce from Brad Pitt and controversies plaguing her six kids -- Shiloh, 13, Knox, 11, Vivienne, 11, Pax, 15, Maddox, 18 and Zahara, 14, the “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” has proven, time and again, that she is a force to be reckoned with.

The 44-year-old actress has been very vocal about enjoying singlehood and focusing on raising her children. However, recent rumors are saying that Angelina, allegedly, thinks that Hollywood hates her after her latest movie failed to meet its revenue target. A tabloid claimed Angelina got worried when “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” only earned $36.9 million during its opening day.

“The film has been a spectacular flop,” an insider told NW magazine. “She’s left wondering if Hollywood still considers her bankable — especially since Brad had such an incredible showing with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It’s left Angie a basket case!” it added.

The New York Times reported that the second “Maleficent” film was a “disappointment” even after it nabbed the top spot at the box office during its opening weekend. Though it, reportedly, brought in an additional $117 million abroad, the numbers are fairly not enough to compensate its $185 million production cost and $100 million marketing cost. Making things worse is the fact that Angelina Jolie’s latest movie, reportedly, just got 41 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

While it might be true that the studio has to work harder to get a whiff of the movie’s breakeven point, it is very unlikely for Angelina Jolie to feel being hated by Hollywood. In fact, in a previous interview with the NY Times, the former wife of Brad Pitt said she does not care about what other people think of her. “I never expect to be the one that everybody understands or likes…and that’s O.K., because I know who I am, and the kids know who I am,” she told the publication in 2017.

She even told Harper’s Bazaar, in an exclusive interview earlier this month, how her kids have helped her weather all the predicaments life has thrown at her. "The part of us that is free, wild, open, curious can get shut down by life. By pain or by harm," Angelina Jolie said. "My children know my true self, and they have helped me to find it again and to embrace it. They have been through a lot. I learn from their strengths. As parents, we encourage our kids to embrace all that they are, and all that they know in their hearts to be right, and they look back at us and want the same for us,” she went on.