Angelina at "The Good Shephard" Photocall
Angelina Jolie talked about more kids, Brad, and work life in a press conference held for her new flick “The Good Shepherd”.
"I'm very, very lucky. I love the different elements of my life. I love working abroad, and I love being with my kids and I love being with Brad. I'd like to add many more children and many more obstacles and many more things to my life."
She added, "I'd like to add many more children and many more obstacles and many more things to my life."
When asked if she will co-star with beau Brad Pitt in a movie again she responded, "Who's going to watch the children?" Jolie says that she chooses her films with her children in mind. "I don't think that I've shot for more than seven weeks on a movie in two years," she said. "I need to make sure that I have time with my kids."
Angelina insists that she makes every attempt to give her children a normal life, "I've made a point to not let it change the way that I live my life, other than I carefully plan my holidays or where we go or where we stay or things like that to try to ensure some kind of quality of life that is private and nice for the kids. But we simply don't let it affect us."
Even though she tries to give them a normal life she admits that it gets hard at times due to her own fame: "I think that the only time that it is hard is when the kids want to go somewhere and want to see something. I've had so many people offer to take my children to Disneyland or places that I can't take them. And they don't understand how upsetting that is. People offered to take my kids trick or treating or take my kids to whatever – things that they assume my kids can't do. So we plan to find ways to do all of those things. There are worse problems and so we're okay."
The happy family celebrated Halloween in India this year. She said, "We were in India and so we had this really odd celebration at the hotel. We just had candy and costumes sent from the states and so we all dressed up. Z had a really big Afro and Maddox had dreadlocks. We had some fun with dress-up."