Jonah Hill will no longer promote his new movies to avoid anxiety attacks

Jolie initially told the FBI that she and her six children were returning to California after a two-week vacation, according to the report.

She claimed to the FBI that she took the kids with her and they all met at the airport because Pitt had a business meeting before leaving.

The 38-year-old actor decided to stop marketing new films permanently in order to give his mental health more attention, and he shared this choice in an open letter.

Hill, whose new film "Stutz" focuses on his mental health difficulties, claimed that for almost 20 years, he has suffered from anxiety episodes that are exacerbated by public events.

In the open letter, which was originally reported by Deadline, Hill stated, "Through this voyage of self-discovery within the film,

I have come to the knowledge that I have spent almost 20 years battling anxiety attacks, which are aggravated by media appearances and public face events."

He said in the open letter, "The whole point of doing this film is to share treatment and the tools I've learned in therapy to a wide audience for private use through an enjoyable film.

But while I take this crucial measure to safeguard myself, you won't see me advertising this movie or any of my upcoming movies, he stated.