Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Arrive in Tokyo With Entire Entourage

November 8, 2011 By:
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Arrive in Tokyo With Entire Entourage

Aww, I remember when Maddox was just a cute little baby forced to wear the fauxhawk his mom bestowed upon him.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's pint-sized entourage has grown. Brangelina took their six kids with them as they flew into Tokyo on Monday. Pitt held hands with Shiloh, 5, and Knox, 3. Jolie held hands with seven year-old Pax and three year-old Vivienne. And I can't believe Maddox is already ten. He's even starting to get that teenage "god, my parents are so embarrassing" expression. Zahara held hands with Knox. Pax took a cue from his mom and wore sunglasses indoors. He's got this celebrity thing down.

The Pitt-Jolie crew is in Toyko promoting Moneyball. Last week, they were in Budapest while Pitt was shooting his upcoming zombie movie, World War Z. They're not even old enough to pick out their own clothes, and these kids are already citizens of the world.

Pitt recently told USA Weekend that even though their house is overrun by kids, he and Jolie still make sure to have their private time. "There are no secrets in our house," Pitt said. "We tell the kids, 'Mom and dad are going off to kiss.'" Poor kids. Why can't they just be like normal parents, tell their kids, 'Mom and dad are going to do our taxes now. Don't bother us,' and save them from traumatization?

"They go, 'Eww, gross!' But we demand it," Pitt continued. Jolie, who recently made her directorial debut with In The Land of Blood and Honey, says that motherhood has changed her desire to work.

"I don’t love [acting] has much as I did," Jolie admitted. "I love being a mom."

Angelina also revealed that she and Brad have plans to gradually quit working.

As Brad and I get older we're going to do fewer films. I've been working for a long time, he's been working for a long time," she explained. "We've had a nice run and I don't want to be doing this our whole lives. There are a lot of other things to do."

But Pitt still has some acting life left in him.

"We have a shelf life, no question," Pitt explained. "And mine's coming. But there's a few more things I wanna do before my shelf life expires. I wanna get to play the grumpy old man who swears."