Angelina Jolie got Pax & Empress Zahara smaller parts in ‘Maleficent’ too

All of the children in this ^^ photo are going to appear with Angelina Jolie in Maleficent. Isn’t that exciting? Several months ago, there were widespread reports that 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt would be making her big-screen debut in Maleficent as the young Princess Aurora (who will be played by Elle Fanning). Now Us Weekly reports that Empress Zahara and Pax Jolie-Pitt will be joining their mom too!

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s children are following in their famous footsteps and heading to the big screen!

Two months after a rep for Walt Disney Studios confirmed 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt will play the child version of Elle Fanning’s Princess Aurora in the live-action movie Maleficent, Us Weekly has learned that two of the A-list couple’s other children, Pax, 8, and Zahara, 7, will also appear in the fantasy flick; a rep for Disney had no comment.

“They have smaller parts,” reveals a source, who adds that Pax and Zahara won’t have speaking roles. “Shiloh was supposed to be in it, too, but she was bored and not in the mood during the day her part was supposed to happen, so she ended up not being in the film.” (Six-year-old Shiloh did, however, have a brief role in Pitt’s 2008 film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.)

Maleficent is a reimagining of the classic fairy tale Sleeping Beauty, told from the villainess’ perspective; Jolie plays the titular role. The film also stars Juno Temple, Sam Riley, Brenton Thwaites, India Eisley, Miranda Richardson and Kenneth Cranham. It’s slated for a March 2014 release.

“It’s a really great script, and I’m having a lot of fun. I’ve already got my horns fitted,” Academy Award winner Jolie told Entertainment Weekly in March, three months before shooting began. “My kids are very happy.”

Jolie and Pitt, 48, are also parents to son Maddox, 11, and Knox, 4.

[From Us Weekly]

“Shiloh was supposed to be in it, too, but she was bored and not in the mood during the day her part was supposed to happen, so she ended up not being in the film.” DIVA! I can only imagine how that conversation went, from mother to daughter: “If you’re not going to behave then you won’t be in the movie. Fine. I’ll call your father and he’ll take you home. This is what happens when you can’t behave.” That’s how my mother would have said it. Anyway, I’m glad Empress Z will finally have an audience for her eventual world domination. And Pax too! He’s the empress’s henchman.

Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.

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  1. Jill says:

    She is using her kids for publicity. That’s pretty weak.

    • Arlene says:

      Clearly, because without the children we would never know who Angelina Jolie was.

    • WTF says:

      Angelina Jolie is past her prime? She needs her children to stay relevant? Oh really…LOL. That’s why industry insiders, directors, producers etc…. Say she is 1 of 5 actors (Brad being one of them) that can get a movie financed and greenlighted on NAME ONLY. And she was the ONLY female in the 5 named. Yup, that really says your career is on the outs. (eyes roll) I get it…you hate Angelina Jolie. Repeating a lie over and over doesn’t make it true.

    • gg says:

      How dare she walk down the street with her kids. The nerve!

  2. marie says:

    she must be breaking some form of child labor laws, think of the children!! ha, nah I can’t wait to see the movie..

  3. Amelia says:

    Whoa. Second to last picture, the blond boy is the spitting image of Brad. I love it when you can definitely see the parents in kids :)
    Can Vivienne just replace Elle Fanning for the entirety of the movie? Mini Fanning annoys the living daylights out of me.

    • Jessica says:

      That is Shiloh in that picture, not a little boy.

      • Amelia says:

        Didn’t know that. I’m thinking that each Jolie-Pitt post should come with a little picture chart. I’m struggling to keep track!

      • lisa2 says:

        This person knows very well that Shiloh is a girl. It is really beyond all reason that a grown woman finds humor in this obvious dig at a 6 year old.

        She does look like her father, and her mother. Very beautiful child.

        the whole Shiloh is a whatever is disgusting. Especially when it comes from adults. Women that have children or may in the future. Makes you a bit sad about who is rocking the cradle.

      • Alita says:

        Actually Lisa, you’re off-base on this one.

        Amelia has the same name as someone very close to me, so I can’t help noticing her comments. She has always been positive about AJ – far more so than ‘my’ Amelia, which always stood out.

        You were pretty mean in your comment though – the negativity here was your presumption and attack. I would suggest you reconsider jumping down people’s throats prematurely and ill-advisedly! But I don’t really expect people to take constructive advice. So carry on!

        (Amelia, please don’t think I’m a stalker :o )

    • Becky says:

      That’s Shiloh

  4. Nashville Girl says:

    I love this! Seems like the kids wanted to try being in a movie like mom and dad – great. Shiloh got bored and that was fine too.

  5. MAP says:

    When I read “Pax Jolie-Pitt,” I thought it was referring to “Fax Cannes Jolie-Pitt.” Easy mistake.

  6. Antidoll says:

    Hmm that’s not a boy, that’s shiloh they just let her dress like a boy :/ it’ cool that they let their kids develop their own style but that girl is gonna ask for a sex change operation by the time she’s 16 :(

    • PrettyTarheel says:

      I don’t agree, and I don’t believe it’s fair to judge children’s future’s by their style at 4 or 6 or 8. Instead, I think it’s great that they let the girls that want to be girly BE girly, and let Shiloh find her own sartorial style.
      What did you want to wear when you were her age? I wanted to wear Jordan jerseys, ball caps, and barn boots. I’m neither a ball player nor a farmer these days.

    • Erinn says:

      Oh hon, I’m pretty sure wearing certain clothes doesn’t make for a future sex change operation.

    • Kim says:

      Well Chaz Bono was dressed like a girl as a child and later became a man.So mothers stop making your girls wear dresses GMAB.If Shiloh is TG she want have to live in hell (drugs,depression,suicidal thoughts)for forty years like Chaz.

    • Bad Irene says:

      Yes, because wearing pants make you want to be a male.

      Looks down :-( crap better tell my hubby my vagina is now a big old penis. Dinner is going to be awkward tonight.

    • Malorie says:

      Everybody confused me with a boy when I was a kid because I liked to run and jump and prefered to wear short hair and jeans and boots and normal shirts. Nowadays I have long hair, a wonderful husband and I´m the mother of the most beautiful baby girl (her father is my husband), who crawls better with trousers than with dresses. So she wears trousers.
      I wear dresses and heels often, but still prefer trousers.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      She is a little girl who likes to wear pants, and I’m sure that is probably all there is to it, but what if its not….what if Shiloh does turn out to be lesbian or transgender…so what…if that is how she was born, then good luck to her. I think her parents should be applauded for allowing her to be who she is…the most important thing is that she is healthy and happy, and she def looks like she is…

      • lower-case deb says:

        this is what i always ask too. so what if she turned a lesbian or not.

        can you force someone to be heterosexual? or inversely, can you raise a homosexual? — to put it bluntly.

        aren’t there many anecdotes from children from homosexual parents who grow up completely hetero and vice-versa?

      • UNF Joan Jett! says:

        I´m all with you on the “so what” front but I think the previous comments simply wanted to disagree with the implied stereotypes and state that:

        1. Not all lesbians are boy-ish. Some are indeed very, very feminine.

        2. Not every tomboy turns out to be a lesbian/trans men.

  7. truthSF says:

    I knew Zahara was Maleficent’s boss. World domination is soon at hand for the Empress. :)

  8. Kim says:

    What about Knox ? I’M sure Maddox is above this movie stuff since he’s a tween and tweens are “too cool for school ” .My 11 y.o. thinks she is too cool to be in our family .We will see if this is true UsWeekly is generally wrong about JPs. A couple of years ago they lied about the kids Halloween costumes.Their lie was exposed when Brad talked about costumes at a premiere. So we will see

  9. jude98 says:

    Sounds like fun- we used to LOVE using the copy machine when visiting my dad at work- Pitt kids have even more fun at parents work place…when i heard Shiloh was bored/opted out, I thought of this picture:

  10. Roxy says:

    Playing the evil witch is perfect casting! Cannot stand her. Her face is so tight it looks like a plastic mask. Nothing about her seems real. Bad attitude and not a nice person. Maybe next time she will get to play a whore? Perfect witch tho!

    • ana says:

      Whoa! Angelina has bad attitude and is not nice? Just read your comment! You are definitely not a nice person when you can write such harsh words about person that never did anything bad to you.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        Ladies, just ignore the Ian Halperin Hags and Female First trolls. They’re just bonkers because none of their predictions about the Jolie-Pitts have come true. And their ‘Good Girl’ stole another girl’s lollipop, so now her Halo is down around her ankles.

    • Rhea says:

      Olivia is that you making a comeback to this site???

    • Kim says:

      Thats funny people who have met her talk about how nice and polite she is.But you know the truth because the voices in your head told you,right?

    • Shitler says:

      I see you changed your handle to Roxy, Olivia!

    • Alexandra Bananarama says:

      Somebody please explain why AJ is so hated? It’s a safe bet that most of the hate comes from JA fans, but still, why?

      AJ imo is beautiful, a good mother and a good actress. She doesn’t seek the spotlight, but finds ways to use it to benefit her and her husbands charities.

      JA Is a strong and sharp business woman who took 1 role she had years ago and is still reaping benefits from it. She’s older and comfortable in her lifestyle.

      Any kind of hateful speech geared towards either woman without direct cause is a huge level of jealousy coming from the commenter to defend a person they idolize, but have never met.

      AJ has brad, a beautiful family and a strong career in films.
      JA has justin, a comfortable life and many successful business ventures.

      FFS let it go!

      • marie says:

        hey!, there is no room for your logic in this thread. take your acceptance and go somewhere else, gah!! ha ha

        I have no idea why both sides are still fighting after all this time, although it is pretty entertaining until folks get hateful, then it’s just sad..

      • gg says:

        Alexandra – plainly put: THEY ARE JEALOUS.

      • Alexandra Bananarama says:

        Thanks marie and gg. I thought i was going to get torn apart for complimenting 1 of them.

        Silly me respecting both ladies that have earned their comfy lifestyles!

  11. Nev says:

    Queen Zahara!!! Long time no see….

  12. Roxy says:

    Shiloh…*sigh* Doesn’t she make them call her “John” or something? She’s clearly not a female , in her mind or body. She probably should see a professional sometime soon , so her parents can know what path to take with her. These kids don’t even go to school , do they? They need a school environment, the discipline of a regular schedule. They have none of that. Like a troop of gypsys or vagabonds. Get those kids in school!!

    • TheOriginalTiffany says:

      I am pretty sure the kids get schooling and you seem really filled with hate. FOR A CHILD.

      She is clearly not a female? What an idiotic thing to write. Clearly she is and many of us liked to wear pants, have short hair and were complete tomboys as kids. Clearly, like BadIrene, I need to also tell my husband I have a penis because I wore and wear pants. I had a pixie as a kid too.

      Roxy, take a happy pill, your hate is depressing.

      • Ferina says:

        I saw that comment not as hate-filled but rather as critical and expressive of concern for the kids’ seeming lack of educational structure. Some think that a regimented education alongside one’s peers is the best way to go and so Roxy is entitled to her comment. Research has not shown that any one form of education is best and as such it is subjective.

        As neither apologist nor critic of any and all celebrities, the snarking and accusations of hate toward those who express anything but adoration for the Jolie-Pitts is what I find depressing.

      • Alice says:

        So true, ANY criticism at all leads to angry accusations of hate. The fans patrol this site like angry guard dogs, foaming at the mouth unless you worship the Brange.

        Maybe people should read that comment again and try to keep things in perspective. She certainly doesn’t seem full of hate FOR A CHILD! to me……

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        Alice, that is pretty funny because I am in NO WAY a big stan/fan of anyone. I’m just an interested bystander.
        “Roxy” made two very hate filled comments. One about the mother and one about the child and that is wrong.

        You don’t say a child isn’t a female because she is a tomboy or have to be so damned mean to a kid.

        I’m sticking up for the kiddo. I hate seeing people being vicious to a darned kid. If you can’t see that the post is a bitch snark for a child then whatever.
        I try to draw my bitch line somewhere and little kids are it. A CHILD needs to see a professional because she is a tomboy? Complete and utter hogwash and in Roxy’s case, based on her comments in this post are hateful. IMO

    • mk yarwood says:

      What path is there to take, precisely, besides the one Shiloh is already taking? Also, fuck school. I had a regular routine and all that crap and it did not teach me anything about being a good person/productive human being. It worked for two of my sisters and not for me or my other sister. Nobody learns the same and nobody grows up the same. John will probably be tits out with the rest of the good girls in no time.

    • Emma says:

      Stupid. Brad said Shiloh was obsessed with Peter Pan and the character John so she wanted to be called John. I wanted to be called Mulan, it doesn’t have any deep crazy meaning. Calm down. And the kids do go to school.

      • Kim says:

        Also Brad mentioned that on Oprah when she was 2 .It probably ended around the same time because they haven’t referred to her as him or John in any subsequent interview. I wanted to be called Fluffy as a 3y.o. and wanted my milk in a bowl like a cat.My mom said it lasted about 2 weeks.

      • Amelia says:

        ah, Mulan :) The best of all the Disney princesses.

    • Janet says:

      You know what, if you hate this woman and her children so much, you can always opt not to visit this web site. Why torture yourself?

    • skuddles says:

      Of course Roxy – it’s very important for a young girl to have a hyper sense of femininity and sexuality well before she hits puberty right? And if she doesn’t totally embrace the accepted rules of girliness she’s surely in danger of becoming a big ol’ lesbo… is that what you’re driving at here? I think maybe you’ve watched one too many episodes of Toddlers and Tiaras.

    • zut alors! says:

      You know Roxy, if you are truly concerned about the well-being of the Jolie-Pitt kids, Celebitchy is not the place to address your concerns.

      You seem very agitated about the welfare of these kids, so I thought I’d help you out. I have provided the link for CPS California for you (no, you need not thank me). Of course, I do hope you are not jumping to conclusions based on gossip but, have have actual tangible proof of their parents neglect (of their kids’ educational needs and psychological well-being).

      Good luck and be sure to keep us updated on the case I’m sure you’re going to file based on the level of “concern” you have shown.

      Where to get help

      If you need help, or if a child needs help, contact your local county welfare office via this list: Child Protective Services (CPS) Hotlines for each California County, or consult the county listings in your telephone directory.
      The World of Children Visit the Children and Family Services Division website.

    • Janet says:

      Roxy, your concern for the welfare of those children is so touching. :roll:

      The kids are home-schooled. Is that OK with you?

      • Isa says:

        Why would they need to see a professional? By all means brad and Angelina seem like supportive parents. They allow Shiloh to express herself. I doubt she will need professional help at all.
        And they are homeschooled. If I’m nt mistaken her children are bilingual which is more than I can say for my children in public school.

    • EmmaV1 says:


      This is what pisses Angelina fans off the most.

      The reason her fans “jump all over” comments that aren’t “adoring or whatnot” on her is because there’s no solid basis for those comments.

      ie: her kids are not well adjusted, school issues, lacks social experience….nobody has insider information on that and pictures of all the kids have shown them happy (and yes there are pics of them frowning and crap too). Compare them to Suri cruise who has multiple public pics of throwing tantrums and crying…that’s never happened to any Jolie Pitt and the media/pap stalking of them are on the same level (worse for Jolie Pitts pre Tom/Katie split)

      If some stranger went up to you/posted on your facebook page or sent you an email critcizing your children, you’d be pissed off too.

      Here’s a silly example. Unless you go to one of those specialized, entrance only high schools…ie: Thomas Jefferson, Philip Exeter ,etc….then 90% of kids have the ability to get straight A’s at normal high schools, but it’s just some kids require less work than others.

      So should I express concern over your kids getting a B or something? It obviously shows you’re doing a crap job parenting and not instilling in them the importance of school and education.

      Also, remember celebitchy is a liberal website, so some of your issues with her being transgender are non-issues with liberals, it’s just conservatives have issues with it, and if you look from a liberal viewpoint, it’s super offensive to attack over these issues.

      For people like Jennifer Aniston…she’s regularly exposed herself with facts and her own statemetns and not tabloid gossip versus Angelina upon which 99% of all negativity is based on tabloid gossip.

      Jennifer is supposed to be this sweet, down to earth girl who just wants to live her life and be left alone, and is a strong, independent woman for moving past her husband cheating and she doesn’t care about the tabloid/publicity.

      I’m not going to contradict the sweet part, but Jennifer cares so much about publicity whereas there’s no evidence post drug years that Angelina cares about publicity.

      Angelina has been trashed way worse than Jennifer yet she has NEVER complained or issued statements against it.

      Jennifer gets called homely by some ugly no-name reality star and she cries to a magazine about it. Eva Longoria wears a “I’ll have your babies Brad” t-shirt and Jennifer says she’s hurt by it. Jennifer says she’s hurt by how mean Mario/perez hilton is yet she’s perfectly fine with her “best friend” (in her own words) trashing Angelina and calling her a c**T.

      Also, Angelina has the power to manipulate the press if she wants. ie: part of her deal with People for publishing Shiloh pics is no negative stories about the family unless there’s solid proof and also post 2009 when she and brad sued a mag for reporting they were splitting up, there’s never been any splitting up stories anymore.

      Jennifer got slammed by the editor of Vanity Fair UK for being a control freak over everything which is why she’s blacklisted by Vogue. (go google UK Vogue and Jennifer Aniston)

      so anyway, the point is

      THERE”S NO EVIDENCE for negative statements about Angelina, while THERE IS EVIDENCE for some negative statements about Aniston.

    • gg says:

      @ “roxy” — “She’s clearly not a female , in her mind or body.”

      wtf? You’re clearly nuts and have issues you can’t deal with yourself – you must immediately go see a therapist like you so helpfully suggested of others. And I’m pretty sure the kids have school.

    • videli says:

      Roxy, as I’m someone not very well versed in things internet, I have to ask: yours is a classic case of concern trolling, right? And just to concern-troll you back, shouldn’t you spend more time in school, in order to get your spelling right?

    • Lizi says:

      Oh Roxy,Roxy…i guess then that when I was a kid, super tomboy girl, wishing I could be a brave pirate, playing with bikes,climbing trees wanting to be an adventurer, I was clearly not a female. CLEARLY. I hope none of you people criticizing a KID have children to educate poorly and make them feel miserable and unaccepted. I always had a very strong personality which freaked my parents out,so they tried to control me. That only made me stronger and angry at them. I am not angry anymore and they eventually accepted that I am not like them (and no,I am not talking about sexuality or anything of the kind. They are just kind of conservative in some ways.). I am quite capable of stepping out of my subjectivity and focus on understanding other people’s views, but let this be a warning to you…Don’t force anything of the kind on your children,it never has a happy ending.

  13. Sandy says:

    It’s so cool to see how much Elle fanning gets all fan when she talks about work whith Angelina , can not wait the two to promote the movie

    In the much-mooted live action adaptation of Sleeping Beauty, Fanning is an ethereal princess, cursed by the wicked Maleficent. Elle reveals, however, that Jolie couldn’t be further from her evil alter ego.

    “I was expecting ‘diva’, I really was,” Elle explains. “And I was terrified to meet her. I remember seeing her in front of me for the first time, and you’re stomach just sort of drops.

    “But Angelina threw her arms around me, the warmest hug you could get and says, ‘we’re gonna have so much fun making this movie’. She’s like one of the most maternal women I’ve ever met, beautiful on the inside and out.”…fore-my-sis-3264026.html

  14. lama says:

    Pimpin’ aint easyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Kris Jenner step aside, there’s a new pimp momma in da house. She knows her time in Hollywood is coming to an end. Time to live vicariously and financially off her kids. Well these kids have been little money makers since they were birthed or grabbed…

    • WTF says:

      God, you haters are lame. First of all we don’t know if this story is even true. Us Weekly has been known to lie about the Jolie-Pitt’s….alot. So was Meryl Streep being a “pimp” when her children had cameos in her movies? Countless celebrity children have made cameos in a parents movie, TV show, music videos etc. So why are you calling Angelina a pimp? Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel for insults.

    • Emma says:

      Live financially off her kids??? Angelina makes $20+ million a year with absolutely no projects or doing anything. Just from residuals.

    • Janet says:

      Do you make a special effort be so ridiculous or does it just come naturally to you?

      Ease up on the hate, honey. All it does is make you look old and bitter.

  15. lower-case deb says:

    i like how all the kids have different styles. but i say this probably from my own experience. as kids, me and my siblings don’t have a say about our wardrobe until we hit the teens.

    because i was always forced into skirts, even when i wanted to be wearing a pair of pants once or twice, i have an irrational loathing for skirts now (i wear fabric pants to work if i can’t have it, although sometimes we have to wear skirts if we’re rotated to the front of office (part of the uniform; although we’re now phasing in pants too)).

    but this is nothing compared to my second cousin. he had this penchant for girls stuff when started 1st or 2nd grade. he loved flowy skirts and loved to help his oldest sister pick clothes to wear. the parents and then the family found out about it pretty quick, and true to being an old-fashioned family in a “fairly-traditional” country, they tried to grow him out of it–from words to corporal punishment. sometimes he was punished in front of the other children, to be made example of. lawd, it’s heartbreaking if you think about it. he grew up conflicted because he felt one gender but was violently forced into another. he took his own life some years ago, and i just hope that he is now happy wherever he is. maybe with some flowy angel’s gown and killer heels or something.

    anyway, sorry for being so morbid. but i just wanted to share that maybe there’s all sorts. people who wished they have structure when they’re kids, and people like me who wished we have *less* structure as kids. only time will tell which category these kids here fall into.

    from pap pictures, the joliepitt kids seem happy and well-adjusted. and i like that they seem to have their own styles. i have yet to see the same tortured shadow and reticence my cousin had in shiloh (allegedly being forced into being a boy because AJ hates her).

    • Kim says:

      I’m so sorry for your cousin may he rest in peace.It brings tears to my eyes because a classmate of mine killed himself after years of bullying because he was a’sissy’,that’s what his family called him RIP Kendrick

      • lower-case deb says:

        hi Kim. condolences for your friend too.
        i think these stories are especially sad because the parents are doing most of the oppression, where they should really be the ones who protect the children.

        mind you the thing with my cousin happened *years* ago.
        it’s becoming better here, especially in the big cities with better education etc. but in smaller cities they’re still the same or even worse. i’ve seen many of my non-gender-conforming friends completely cast away from their family because of “shame”, “taboo” etc. and while there are many healthcare professionals and charities that can help, many people were so indoctrinated about the shame that they never seek them. not just one of my friends said that they’re afraid the doctor will laugh behind their backs.

        i don’t know how it is in the west, but i guess it’s progressively better what with same-sex marriage and all.

  16. tracking says:

    Really genius PR move. Red carpet with the cute kiddies, wow.

    • T.C. says:

      Cute kids on the redcarpet as PR move? You do know Maleficent is a KIDS movie and there was going to be cute kids in it whether Jolie’s or other child actors right? Her kids would also have been on the redcarpet anyway to the premiere with their Mom. Gees you Jolie haters know how to get us neutrals to side eye you like crazy.

    • tracking says:

      The JPs are master PR artists. Jolie talking about Maleficent, much less interesting and adorable than talking about the kids’ experiences. Let’s just see how much the kids are put out there for public consumption, ‘kay? Maybe it will just be a (hopefully) fun one-off for the kids, but, regardless, it’s smart business and IMHO you’re naive to think otherwise.

      • sam1925 says:

        @Tracking did you even read the story? It’s just a non-speaking role that’s probably a blink and you miss it moment. Claiming that there’s going to a bunch of interviews and redcarpets is ridiculous. Haters are a complete joke. Their blind hatred just makes them look ridiculous.

      • tracking says:

        Calm down. We shall see about the interviews and red carpets soon enough, right?

  17. mln76 says:

    Those kids are so cute and Shiloh sounds like a trip :)

  18. Emma says:

    Will Smith gets his son huge starring movie parts and his daughter a recording contract. Meryl Streep gets her daughter her own TV show. Tom Hanks gets his son a career. Angelina gets her kids 5 second parts in a movie she is in and she’s an evil witch who is breaking child labor laws and using her kids for publicity. Makes perfect sense.

    • ShakenNotStirred says:

      I personally think that Will Smith and his wife forced their children into stardom too soon. As for Hanks and his kids, Colin was a young adult when he started in the business, having just graduated from Chapman University and Chet is currently in college. I personally see nothing wrong with nepotism. It’s how the entertainment business works. However, I’m disappointed in Jolie and Pitt. They are pretty much like Will and Jada in my mind. It’s unfortunate as I believed the pair would protect their children from the limelight.

      • ana says:

        They are like Will and Jada? Is any of the Jolie-Pitt kids releasing a record? Any headlining a movie, or at lest have more than a cameo/minor appearance in a movie? The only thing we saw of the kids in the movies was Shiloh’s nanosecond in Benjamin Button from far away (if you didn’t know, you wouldn’t notice kind of appearance), and as I recall, Brad was also blamed for pushing her into it.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      With all due respect, Will & Jada Smith get a RASH of sh*t around here for allegedly “pimping” their kids. By comparison, there’s only 3 or 4 negative comments towards the J-Ps.

      I really don’t see the rampant hate that so many people go on about-not in this forum, anyway.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        Of course you don’t.

      • Sabrine says:

        Stop with all the rude comments about these kids. Will and Jada’s kids are doing great. I’ve seen them on talk shows being friendly and polite. They absolutely love acting and singing. Also, it would be nice to see the rude and uncalled for comments about Shiloh cease. People can be whoever they choose to be without judgement from anyone.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Um yeah Emma THE JP LOVER-I don’t see it because the “deluge” of negative comments you stans cry about don’t exist-they would never make it past mod around here and I think we can all agree that’s a good thing, especially when the posts are about children.

        I see no reason why her kids can’t visit the set and have a small non-speaking role in a family film if they so choose (the key being they CHOOSE it). As far as the Pinkett-Smiths go, I never understdood the hate there either. As Sabrine said, if the kids are old enough to make the choice to pursue HWood then I would think they would be in good hands with their parents, who are rightfully famous and wealthy without any need to “pimp” their kids and can prepare their kids for the pitfalls of fame (having dealt with it themselves).

        Honestly, I wish some of you would just STOP with the hypocrisy. It’s really rather embarassing. The stanning of your “fave celeb” while hypocritically slamming another for doing the same thing is so juvenile.

  19. Kimlee says:

    I call BS on this story

    1. Disney whould have mentioned this when they confirmed that Viv had a small part in the movie.

    2. Elle Fanning who has been talking about working on the movie has never said anything about the other kids getting a part.

    3. This came from US Weekly aren’t they the ones who said Brad and Angelina were going to get married in France last month and that was she was pregnant with twin boys early this year. They are not a very reliable source. Not to mention that they have finished filming the movie for about 3 or 4 weeks.

    • Janet says:

      There might be something to this story. On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being fact and 1 being BS), GossipCop gave this one an 8. They have contacted Disney for more details. Stay tuned.

  20. Maxine says:

    What’s so great about having your children in your films? How does this help her children achieve their ultimate goals which, at age 4,6,11, is difficult at best to know. What if Shiloh’s destiny is to be a neurosurgeon? How will having a bit part in her mother’s film at age 6 help her achieve that goal. What am I missing?

    • Emma says:

      Who said shes helping them achieve their goals by getting them bit parts in her movie? They’re little kids and their parents are the biggest movie stars on the planet. I think most kids would find it cool to act alongside mon or dad. She’s not forcing an acting career on them…relax.

      • lower-case deb says:

        i like to think it as following mom or dad to the “office” for one day and act like mom or dad. well, viv anyway (shiloh was too little, i seem to remember).

        i remember my kids, i take them to the office after school sometimes. usually, they just nap the day away, but sometimes they played “pretend”. they even had a table set up in a corner where they could pretend to be act like me: answer telephones and type up super-secret documents of world domination.

        didn’t mean they’re limited to having receptionists or secretaries in their “my dream job” essay.

      • Kim says:

        What? My son is in the school choir but he wants to be a pilot not a Singer. I guess I should make him quit choir since it doesn’t help him achieve his goal.We don’t know what these kids want to be but I doubt playing dress up in a film for one day is going to ruin their lives.

    • ana says:

      What you are maybe missing is a fun day on the set of Disney movie and a chance to play dress up?

  21. Mary says:

    My fav part of articles about this woman are the comments. You have people that absolutely hate her and then you have the people that would defend her with their last dying breath. It’s like when you say something bad about her, people freak out and act like you’re talking about their mother.

    • blonde on the dock says:

      I know! Weird! Get a frickin life.

      • ana says:

        This is funny coming from you, blonde on the dock, who gets very passionate doing the same thing on other threads – defending Jennifer Aniston (like she is, I don’t know, your mother?) against much less offensive comments.

      • mln76 says:

        @Ana I find the hypocrisy/delusion of BOTD almost as humorous as one of Liberty’s ‘cyberbullying’ posts.

      • ana says:


        Exactly, hypocrisy and a short therm memory.

    • blonde on the dock says:

      Not true ana. Go pick on someone else.

      • ana says:

        I’m not picking on you at all, just stating the obvious. You should be flattered that I actually read and remembered your posts.

      • blonde on the dock says:

        This because I dont find Liberty funny. How is that defending Aniston? I dont care who she is commenting on. It’s so childish and so are you!

      • ana says:

        No, you were bothered by a poster that was insulting Jennifer (Janet?). I don’t mind that, I understand that you are a fan and crazy people sometimes cross the line. What bothers me is that you say to people here to “Get life”. I think that is not fair (you are obviously bothered by people who are defending Jolie, but not with people that are insulting her) and I don’t think I’m particularly childish (at least, not in this instance, lol).

  22. SaskiaR. says:

    Lol, so true ana. I have to quote blonde on the dock’s friend spinner here, because what she said the other day is so true (of course, she said it about J. Aniston thread, but so, so true here also):

    Another day, another round of uncalled for criticism.

  23. mln76 says:

    BOTD not finding someone funny is different than calling someone a bully which your post did…it seems odd and hypocritical that you as a stan for Aniston who regularly target posters (including myself) for writing anything negative about your ‘team’ would then think to call us Joliestans weird…your behavior at the very least is exactly the same as ours except you like Aniston just own it. No one is picking on you just calling out your hypocrisy.

    • spinner says:

      min76 has spoken!!!

      No sittin on the fence allowed. You must choose a side!

      • mln76 says:

        That made me laugh so hard! :)
        Honestly I know we all love to bicker but I get a kick (most) of you Celebies no matter side of the fence you are on

    • blonde on the dock says:

      @mln/ana: I never said Liberty was bullying. I said in different circumstances it would be considered bullying…..and it would. Learn to read!!!

      • Janet says:

        Oh for heaven’s sake, stop splitting hairs. You whined about Liberty bullying people. Then you come on here and tell people to get a life. If you’re going to dish it out you’d better learn to take it.

      • bohemia says:

        Hmm, i,m curious as to in which particular set of circumstances it would be considered bullying. It’s Fan-fic :-)

      • blonde on the dock says:

        My 14 year old niece committed suicide several days before I made that comment. Ppl were doing to her online exactly what Liberty was doing. Again I never said Liberty was bullying JA I said it would be considered bullying in different circumstances. Some of you do need to get a life. Truth hurts eh?

      • Janet says:

        I’m sorry about your niece but now you’re talking apples and oranges. Your niece was a child. Aniston is an adult. She is world-famous. Famous adults get satirized and lampooned all the time. It comes with the territory. What Liberty did is satire, not bullying. If Aniston can’t take the heat, she can get out of the kitchen.

      • spinner says:

        Hi blonde on the dock…

        I am so sorry about your niece. I understand why you would be sensitive to cyber-bullying at this time or any time.
        Eternal rest grant unto your niece.
        *BIG HUG*

      • EmmaV1 says:

        It’s terrible what happened to your niece, but you’re one of the big problems with society.

        Instead of learning from this tragic event, you still spew negativity online towards someone you don’t know.

        You and spinner are the ones I remember as HUGE angelina haters…on one thread you ranted something like “this dumb wh0re and C**T”

        In real life that would be considered bullying too and could very well (and has for some kids) driven them to suicide.

        The only diff nowadays is you try to act nonpartisan and be “subtle” about criticizing Angelina…saying things like “lay off Chelsea Handler, none of you know Angelina, she could very well be this evil, manipulative b***h”

        Btw…take a page from spinner. Spinner has stopped commenting on most Angelina threads and doesn’t say anything bad about Angelina anymore unless someone trashes Jennifer and mentions Angelina.

      • Tina says:

        @EmmaV1, you’re comments are vile, immature, and totally lacking in compassion.

        “you still spew negativity online towards someone you don’t know.”

        Which is exactly what you’re doing to a fellow poster. We’re meant to snark at celebs here, they get paid big bucks for that, not at each other. You do not know Jolie, and it freaks me out how obsessed you (and your fellow emmas) are with her. I’m sure she’d be terrified if she ever met you.

      • EmmaV1 says:

        @Tina Lol,

        You’re quite funny. The fact that you’re getting worked up over an online comment shows how much this is affecting you.

        If blonde wants to post negativity about someone, then you open yourself to receiving negativity, regardless of your occupation (celebrity or not).

        One would think that having understood the pain online negativity can cause, blonde would stop being so negative and yet she has not.

        Just because something bad happened to someone does not make them exempt from the same rules that everyone else follows (or chooses not to follow)

        You seriously need to calm down, re-evaluate your life, and wonder why you get so obsessed over random online postings.

        In all seriousness, you seriously do. You people who hold irrational hate towards people you don’t even know seriously do need help (maybe not mental help, but perhaps life lesson helps).

      • EmmaV1 says:

        @Tina, it took less than a minute to go back through the last few posts to find you attacking Angelina (no girlfriends, making up lies about that…ie: “she’s only been on one playdate with Gwen Stefani” contrary to other evidence)

        Isn’t it sad how you and blonde (i’m excluding spinner because again, she’s stopped) try to stick together because you guys hate Angelina so irrationally and then try to make up excuses?

        As spinner said…”uncalled for criticism”.

        It’s absolutely disgusting how you imply that bullying is okay as long as someone you know died from bullying.

        Since you and blonde hate angelina jolie so much, why are you here on a pro angelina website? Do you seriously have that many issues? Celebrity gossip is supposed to be fun and light hearted. If you hate her, go to Female First forum or something, but stop trying to act all self righteous and pretending to be rational individuals.

        Get over yourself.

        You’re nothing more than a pathetic bully.

        Go look up Phoebe Prince. She committed suicide after bullying extended to facebook and she felt there was no escape anywhere (even at home).

        Stop being such a tool for online bullying. People like you AND blonde really are the problems today’s kids face. Rereading your comments, I realize how utterly depraved you must be to insinuate that someone’s occupation means they’re free game for bullying. Bullying is bullying and you’re disgusting.

      • Tina says:

        Lol, touch a nerve, did I? Seriously hilarious that you went off searching through all those old posts just so you could call me a “hater”. I haven’t commented on them in ages.

        Anyways, I’m pretty sure I wrote that it’s not a big deal that she doesn’t have any friends, and is probably more into her family. Hardly the stuff of hate to a rational person. But you’re clearly not a rational person.

        As for Gwen Stefani, please find me some pictures to prove me wrong. I remember one playdate and some movie premiers. Brad has been friends with them for a decade, so that hardly makes the two women BFFs.

        “It’s absolutely disgusting how you imply that bullying is okay as long as someone you know died from bullying.” When exactly did I do that? All I did was point out your hypocrisy and lack of empathy to a fellow poster.

        “Since you and blonde hate angelina jolie so much, why are you here on a pro angelina website?” My bad, I thought it was a gossip site called CeleBITCHY. A website where I could “discuss entertainment stories and current events in a lighthearted, safe environment without fear of harassment”.

        Oh, I also don’t hate Angie. I enjoy some of her movies and admire her humanitarian efforts. I don’t hate her or Brad, or their cute kids, and rarely comment on their stories. It’s aggressive fans like you that bug me. I’m sure she’d agree with me.

      • Sal says:

        So then BOTD, in light of your niece, do you now understand why people are so upset about FF, IUC etc etc etc? Or does it only go one way? Because lets not forget which team started the bullying. I NEVER see you defend Angelina or castigate those that say horrible things about her and her children. Yet you get upset when someone sends up Aniston? What Angelina goes through every day at the hands of Aniston fans is real bullying and would be considered so, no matter the ’circumstances’. How about you take a stand?
        PS: Stands and cheers and whoops EmmaV1 for slamming the truth in the whole. Bullying Angelina and her children is rife on the net. Until recently, Aniston has coasted through and had an easy ride. Yet for the Aniston fans on here, bullying is only ok if you are bullying Angelina and her children. NOT Aniston. Such hypocrisy and double standards! Either practice what you preach BOTD, Spinner etc, or leave.

  24. Skipper says:

    With the way child stars have turned out lately from Danny Bonaduce to LL, why would they encourage their children to get into acting. I thought they were after a more normal, grounded life for their kids.

    • Emma says:

      omg lol. They are doing non speaking cameos. Why are people being so dramatic?

    • zut alors! says:

      On the other hand, you have child stars like Ron Howard and Jodie Foster who turned out just fine. Angelina herself had a speaking part in her father’s movie when she was five and didn’t start making movies full time until she was 18 (Cyborg 2 in 1993). She did go through a self destructive period but I don’t think it can be attributed to the cameo she made at the age of five.

      I think people are over reacting to this if, it is indeed true. I’m thinking there’s probably a scene of a children’s party in the movie and that’s where Zahara and Pax will be seen – as one of the guests.

      I’m sure the kids have an idea of what their parents do for a living (they are no strangers to film sets I imagine). This particular movie afforded them a chance to play dress up with Mom and have it filmed for posterity. They probably had a blast and in years to come will look on it and have a laugh. It does not mean that from now on, their kids will be in every movie they make. Nor does it make their parents pimps and abusive.

    • Kim says:

      Yeah child actors should be banned. I going to miss the kids on Modern Family especially Luke .He just graduated HS at 13 but I’m sure he will be an addict like Brooke Sheilds,NPH,SJP,Natalie Portman,Elijah Wood, Cynthia Nixon,Joseph Gordon. LEVITT.All former child actors are doomed. JP kids are kept out of the limelight Maddox hasn’t been in 6 months,the others Maybe 3 or 4 times since April. They have never been on RC or done an interview. ENOUGH of the fake concern

      • Skipper says:

        Actually I didn’t express any concern at all. I don’t take my son to work because I think he’s too young to be a systems analyst ( he’s six ). I’m honestly just surprised they would want them in that lifestyle. Things have changed too in the past twenty years.

  25. nikko says:

    Don’t you think Empress Z has Angie’s mannerisms? Making Z look like Angie.

  26. bohemia says:

    This is awesome. I love, love PAX :-) :-) :-)

  27. bohemia says:

    Hope this is true.

  28. Nikita says:

    What children wouldnt love to be in a movie with mom or dad???
    what would we have done???? my dad is a doctor an i always wanted to go to the hospitol to see him and help him and do stuff like he does :-) and guess what, today im not a doctor…. i choose a different job

  29. lisa2 says:

    How many other celebs have their kids in movies. Judd Apataw (sp?) has his kids in all of his R rated movies. I don’t recall ever hearing a thing about pimping or the fact that they are on a set full of cursing with their Dad and Mom.. and all the fake concern over the kids education. WHATEVER..

    I think some of these people need to go visit actual schools in their community. There are loads of kids that get NO Parental help or concern. They need your tears. These kids seem just fine. And how freaking pathetic is it that grown women are waiting around hoping that small children grow up to have some problems so they can stand on their “I”M So PERFECT post and say I knew it.. told you so..

    Such a sad life all because you don’t like their parents.

  30. Toot says:

    This should be fun for the kids.

  31. Leah says:

    I don’t get this because I thought they finished filming weeks ago unless this is just a late announcement.

    • zut alors! says:

      It truly is not a big deal, but just like with anything Jolie, it takes a life of its own and becomes a referendum on which to pass more judgement on her.

  32. blonde on the dock says:

    Thank you spinner.

    @EmmaVI:your comment above is absolutely disgusting and “fabricated”.
    Shame on you!
    There are some really mean people on here. And for the record I still don’t find humour in Liberty’s so called satire.

    • spinner says:

      @ blonde…you’re welcome

      @ EmmaVI…I personally have never called anyone the foul names that you are saying, in this forum or anywhere else. I have also never read any comments like that from blonde on the dock. You should be more careful with throwing statements around like that.

  33. zut alors! says:

    I find the timing of this casting news suspicious in that with Angelina in the gossip columns’ sights now, Brad gets a breather from being ridiculed about those god awful Channel No. 5 commercials. I am not a Pitt fan at all and can totally see someone from his camp releasing this info to US Weekly. I believe he would have no compunction about throwing her under the bus if it takes the heat off of him. It’s been going on for the past 7 years, so why should it stop now?

    • Yep says:


      Couldn’t agree more.

    • Yep says:

      Oops. Double post.

    • lisa2 says:

      OH please

      Angie is not a victim. and she is not being used by Brad. Sorry you need to peddle that pity party somewhere else. I see Angelina as a strong woman, not a woman that would live and love a man that is “throwing her under a bus” for 7 years.

      Some women need to be seen as weak and unable to handle their business. Angie is not one of those women. Paint someone else with that brush.

      • Janet says:

        There are some women who miss the “bad” pre-Brad Angie and can’t relate to the “domesticated” Angie. I think Zut is one of them

      • Kim says:

        ITA Angie wrote, directed and produced a film.She accepted a position as UN special envoy. She built girls’ scoops in Africa.She is executive producing Maleficent.She. is more than just a mother and partner ..She also has started several charities and started jewelry line. VERY strong and well rounded IMO

    • Guest says:

      hmm interesting, care to expand on the theory of Brad throwing Angie under the bus for 7 years

      • zut alors! says:

        I’ve always thought that from the beginning of their relationship, Brad’s advisers thought he was making a mistake and sought to shield him from any fallout. They knew Brad was being led around by his other head and wanted to protect him from his baser urges. It was in their (after all he did pay them to provide him with their advice) and his best interests to paint Angelina as the aggressor and make it seem that Brad was this hapless, helpless individual caught in the snare of the great seductress. It was always very puzzling to me that it was Team Aniston vs Team Jolie rather than Team Pitt (which would make more sense as he was the spouse). Brad kept his publicist until 2008, which was well after Angelina’s uber villain role had been solidified in the tabloid and mainstream press. At that point, it didn’t matter what he did or said, she would always get the brunt of any criticism they generated. I’m sure he and his ex-wife signed some kind of confidentiality clause in their divorce to be civil and not speak negatively of the other in person and through their intermediaries/friends. This, I believe is why Chelsea Handler trashes Angelina all the time but has nary a negative word to say about Brad. I used to watch Chelsea when she started her talk show and all 3 were the brunt of her jokes. I’m sure someone will bring up the interview he gave last year about his marriage being boring. Note he did not say anything negative about his ex-wife, it was his view of his marriage.

        The mistake I feel Angelina made was in following Brad’s media playbook from the start. It benefited him; after all, he was not the one being pilloried. He also had his PR rep running interference as he was paying her to do. What did Angelina do? She became defensive and stopped going on the shows she once appeared on regularly when promoting her movies. The tabloid Angelina then became the Angelina of record with nothing else to counter that perception.

        She perpetuated this image of not caring when in fact the opposite was true. Look at the way she has physically deteriorated. A person who is content and at peace with herself does not look the way Angelina does. At most events, she looks ill at ease and tense. She painted herself into a corner. The only Angelina the media and the Brange fans are interested in is the mother of the 6 kids, the humanitarian and Brad’s partner. Angelina the individual who is complex and interesting in her own right is anathema to them. Can you imagine her taking on the role that Cate Blanchett played in Notes on a Scandal for example? The Brange fans would revolt.

        I like her and hope she can find a way to be her true authentic self and not just play up the parts the media and fans deem acceptable for her.

      • Leah says:


        I hear what you are saying about missing the old Angie but remember she was self destructive back then when everyone thought she was happy or being herself.
        I remember an interview she did last year (cant remember the name of the show but she was wearing a yellow/orange top)and she said she is greatfull she is still alive because she could have died like some of her Hollywood peers.
        She also said after her divorce from Billy Bob (I think)that she had had everything she wanted (husband, money etc) but she still wasn’t happy.
        Myself, I wouldn’t worry too much about the ‘current Angie’

        (Sorry English is not my first language.)

      • 2006/07 says:

        No, Brad actually got rid of his PR in late 2006, early 2007. Neither Brad nor Angie pay attention to all the lies (healthy, IMO) and have never even stepped onto the battlefield of the “war” Jen & her PR have been waging/spending MILLIONS on for the better part of a decade. There NEVER has been a “triangle”- Brad just left. Jen crashing the Oscars and not being acknowledged by Brad or Angie really just added fuel to her endless battle- sigh. For some, attention is oxygen. And as far as Angie not being wild any more, she is quoted (in 2008? 9?) as saying that being a mom is far wilder than anything she has EVER done as a youth. As a mom of just 2, I must agree with her!

  34. mln76 says:

    Hi Blonde on the dock I’m also very sorry to hear about your niece…still in no way did Liberty’s satire of an adult public figure compare to the bullying of your niece or any other child under no circumstances would it be cyberbullying just like no one would call the SNL parody of Brad Pitt bullying…I would hope in the future when the Jolie-Pitt children are called racist or homophobic names by comment online, or talk show hosts you would remember they are in fact children like your niece regardless of what you think of their parents.
    I really want to thank you for sharing that with us though I think we can all learn a lesson of compassion from your story.

  35. Amy C says:

    Brad is not ridiculed it was just jokes. There is no scandle to ridicule him. It was publicity for the Brand and Brad from everycorner. He is a famous guy and that brought out.
    about the kids… the kids are involvment is good but it is not a speaking part so it is not much jmo. Viv probably has a bit of a part may be and speaking in it . Cute thing for all the kiddies.

  36. Amy C says:

    I dislike corc tears. The kids are also his as much as hers and whatever she allows he does and whatever he allows she does with them they are a couple.

  37. Jess says:

    AJ’s kids get a chance to pay dress up. They’re extras and you probably won’t be able to recognize them in the movie. No big deal.

  38. Kim says:

    DEADLINE.COM And Hollywood Reporter confirmed this story.

  39. Camille (TheOriginal) says:

    Cool. I bet they had fun.

  40. zut alors! says:

    @ Janet
    There are some women who miss the “bad” pre-Brad Angie and can’t relate to the “domesticated” Angie. I think Zut is one of them

    There was nothing “bad” about pre-Brad Angelina as you call her. What exactly was “bad” about her in your view? To me, she seemed to have gotten her act together and was stable. She had Maddox, loved living in England, had her career, worked hard at her humanitarian endeavors and was able to enjoy it all in relative peace. No one was second guessing her and questioning her motives all the time. Most importantly, she seemed JOYFUL and content. It showed in her physical being. She certainly presented a happier countenance to the world than she does now. Go and google her various talk show appearances and print interviews; they show a thriving and confident woman.

    The “domesticated” (makes her sound like a wild animal, now tamed) Angelina you prefer, appears contrived to me and less authentic. She seems to be very rigid and closed off. You’re making it sound as though Brad rode up on a white horse and rescued her from a fate worse than death. She did not need rescuing. The “domesticated” Angelina just seems very calculated and takes herself way too seriously for me.

    You seem to think I was talking about the self destructive, blood locket wearing Angelina. As a fan, why would I ever wish for her to return to that dark period in her life?

    • lisa2 says:

      You ever think that maybe she is over all the crap that gets thrown her way. Just like with this the comments are beyond ignorant. The film has wrapped and over. The children have done whatever they are going to do.

      And about her being too serious.. thing is maybe you should actually listen to her interviews. I think the person we were seeing all those years ago was a young woman acting out and not being her authentic self. She is now. She has found her balance. I don’t get why when she has come of age you and others can’t accept that this is who she is. What she is. That she is happy. Why is that somehow less because it is not “your ideal of what she is or should be. She is not an object that the fans get to dictate. she is a grown woman that like all women is hopefully living her life the way she wants. With the man she wants. She has been divorced twice. She doesn’t seem the type of woman to be with someone that doesn’t make her happy. She is not financially dependent on Brad. And like she said she and Brad are not together because of their children. They are together because they want to be.

      I don’t use the word BAD to describe her. I see her like a lot of people finding themselves. I think unlike most other celebs. Angie can’t grow and change and become older and wiser. Robert D, Drew, Johnny, and too many to name are not expected to be what they were all those years ago. But Angie gets it from the haters and fans. The haters call her names because she has grown up and some fans like you are pissed because she has grown up. My goodness what 37 year old woman wants to be doing what she did at 22 or 24. I watch her interviews overseas and they are way better then the US ones. Mainly because unlike US media they are not all yammering about her past. Or asking the same stupid question of when she and Brad will marry, are you adopting. She is more open and loose in those interviews. Which makes a difference. The US media acts like she and Brad are on some witness stand when they are interviewed. Never letting them just have fun. So you get more guarded.

      She is who she is like her or not. And I love that she is exactly who she is.. like it or not.

      • Rena says:


        Strong confident intelligent mature women like Angelina are always seen as a “threat” to weaker mealy mouthed women for some sad reason. Like some still see Hilary Clinton. So shameful.

        Angelina is with Brad Pitt because she says that he is the love of her life, that he is her family. She is exactly with and where she wants to be, with a man who supports her in every possible way and who is the best father he can be to their 6 children.

        Angelina is a 37 year old woman, not a child, not a young adult, but a grown woman who is always described as a true professional in her career, as a dedicated humanitarian who along with Brad generously donates her time and money to help others. She is not out running around drunk to the clubs, she is not out making sure there are daily pap PR pics, she is mostly a homebody whose #1 priority is her family, Brad and their kids, and that her family is indeed her priority is evident in that she does not work very often these days.

        Why anyone has problems with some of her kids participating in a small way in their Mommy’s work is beyond what is logical and rational. Cause they are just doing what millions of kids do every day, share time with their parents at work.

        Some need to ask themselves why they continue to generate reasons to dislike someone who by all accounts from all who actually meet her is a warm hearted loving kind person who is never ever critical of anyone.

    • Janet says:

      You do understand why I put quotation marks around the word “bad”, don’t you? Or don’t you?

      When I look at Angie now I see a woman who is content and happy with her family, her partner, her work with the UN and her career. She’s found fulfillment. She’s grown and matured emotionally. And I think in Brad she found someone she didn’t have in her previous partners, someone who both complements and supports her. They are a team and they seem to have found a strength with each other that neither of them had with anyone else.

  41. sam1925 says:

    It’s amazing that just because Angelina Jolie is involved the haters scream child abuse, exploitation, and nepotism. Not to mention the too funny comments claiming she forced the kids to do this for the money. Since when do non-speaking extras earn millions of dollars? I can’t believe there’s so much rage about something that kids do everyday. If child acting, if you can even call these roles that, is so bad then why aren’t the haters demanding that PBS, Disney, and Nickelodon be just down?

  42. Gray says:

    I just can’t with those shoes. Always those nasty fleshy-colored wedges. But otherwise, what’s wrong with a little nepotism?