Brad Pitt brings his parents, Maddox, Shiloh & Pax to ‘Unbroken’ premiere

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Here are some photos from last night’s LA premiere of Unbroken. No Angelina Jolie, obviously. She has chicken pox, so she was probably at home, fighting the urge to scratch and maybe eating some soup with Vivienne, Knox and Zahara. Do you think Zahara makes soup for her mom when La Jolie is feeling itchy? I do. So last night, in Angelina’s place, Brad Pitt walked the carpet with Maddox, Pax and Shiloh. They all wore suits and looked very snazzy. Brad’s parents were there too – apparently, they were already coming in for the premiere (and perhaps to stay through Christmas?) and they just decided to attend the premiere in Angelina’s place.

As for how Angelina is doing, Brad told E! News, “Her spirits are high. A little spotted and a little itchy, but her spirits are high.” God, I hope so. I hope she rallies. I hope she manages to make all of the h8rs crazy with how much she wins at life.

I’m also including some photos of the Unbroken stars at the premiere, including Jack O’Connell, Garrett Hedlund, Jai Courtney and Miyavi. Miyavi’s style is amazing! And Garrett brought his girlfriend Kirsten Dunst, who looks great in that Vivienne Westwood dress.

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  1. mkyarwood says:

    Shiloh looks great!

    • doofus says:

      yeah, that’s all I wanted to say, too.

      I LOVE her in that suit…and with the slicked back hair?…she’s such a stylish little one!

    • Rhiley says:

      Yeah, her face is so earnest. She just seems to project happiness and wonder at her surroundings.

    • Talie says:

      Very Tatum O’Neal

    • xarta says:

      I think it’s ridiculous to market the director’s kids to sell a movie

      • bns says:

        Are you surprised? This is Brad and Angelina we’re talking about lol

      • Kim1 says:

        The kids are there to support their mom’s film.Nobody is going to pay money to see this film because Maddox attended the premiere.If the kids were featured in promo material,billboards,interviews.That would be a different story.
        But thanks for the comment.The more comments,the more Angelina posts.

      • Tristan says:

        Wouldn’t you want to go to your mother’s ANYTHING fun & important? Especially if it meant you were supporting her in her abscence for being ill. If you wouldn’t, I wouldn’t want to be your mother!

      • xarta says:

        It’s not the kids who are ridiculous, it’s those who use their image to get pictures from the premiere published. They exploit the kids – who are not merely attending in their parents’ company, they are there to increase the interest in the pictures as the parents have made them become celebrities themselves.
        On top of that I think it’s stupid of them to promote themselves and their family for a movie she’s directed and where she doesn’t act. When actors do that they can hope their public will want to see the movie to see them, a director talking about herself doesn’t get attention for the movie, she distracts from it

      • Janet says:

        “Market the kids”? Do you really believe kids attending the premiere is going to affect the box office? :roll:

      • hmmm says:

        All eyes are on the extended family, and not the actors. A blatant photo op, IMO. Gotta get that Oscar nom.

      • Brodie says:

        Agreed. It doesn’t get much more lame than this.

      • Paige says:

        All the usual commenters that say everything they do is a photo op SHOCKING. Some things never change.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        @Xarta, who wrote: “It’s not the kids who are ridiculous, it’s those who use their image to get pictures from the premiere published.”

        Let’s wade through the cloud of Delusion for a moment, hmmm? Do you honestly think “pictures from the Unbroken premiere” wouldn’t have been ‘published’ without the Jolie-Pitt kids there? Do you seriously believe that?

      • snowflake says:

        wow, how cynical! it can’t just be a nice family moment? i suppose the parents were part of the plan too. smh

      • Trashaddict says:

        OK, I mean, they’ve been around her all this time. Maybe it’s a sneaky attempt at revenge – what if the the kids don’t have symptoms yet and pass the chicken pox on to folks at the premiere? You can be infectious a few days before having any rash.

    • Charlie says:

      Her face is perfection. She will be stunning when she grows up.
      Maddox and Pax are pretty boys too.

      • Kori says:

        She’s the spitting image of Angelina (who was a blonde child) as a little girl–and they both resemble Jon Voigt to a crazy degree.

      • Janet says:

        Maddox is good-looking but Pax is something else again. I predict that when he’s a teenager he is going to have a bajillion girls fighting over him.

      • Emma - the JP Lover says:

        Shiloh is a perfect blend of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. She has Angie’s mouth and eyes and Brad’s nose, facial structure, and facial expressions. What a beautiful child. :)

    • someonestolemyname says:

      Awwww so beautiful, such a sweet family.

      All the children are so lovely.

    • Jax says:

      I wish I could say the same. All I could think is, “what would she look like dressed like a little girl?” However, I’ve heard all the talk about how she reveres her brothers and just wants to look like them. I admire Brad and Angie that they allow her to do just that. Allow her to express herself just as she wants to. I’m afraid I would be battling with my little girl, saying, “You’re wearing a dress for this occasion or you’re not going!” Which is the epitome of the useless battle over something that is not important in the long run. Good on B&A for recognizing that.

      • Orly says:

        So you would bully your own child into conforming to gender norms but admire others who don’t do that? Hope you don’t actually have children that you’re ruining.

      • tarheel says:

        She is dressed how she feels comfortable, and is blessed with two parents and siblings who love her and embrace her and don’t force her into societal gender norm clothes. Other parents should follow their lead.

        You honestly need to educate yourself. I’m not being snarky, either, I mean it.

      • Lin says:

        @Orly and @tarheel
        Did you even read the entire comment?

      • Jax says:

        Thank you Lin.

  2. Loopy says:

    I wonder if Shiloh still really wants to dress like that or she is now simply used to it.

    • Kiki04 says:

      I wonder too.

    • I don’t see why she wouldn’t. I remember the pictures of her as a baby and toddler–she was dressed in a lot of pinks, whites, and skirts with black leggings. It wasn’t until she was a little older that she wanted to be like her older brothers i.e. the GI Joe themed birthday, the skateboarding clothes.

      All of their kids seem to have their own individual styles, so I’m not sure why some people think they force her to dress like a boy. And even then–she’s not REALLY dressed like a boy.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        I seem to remember Angie wearing a suit to a premiere and looking absolutely gorgeous!!!

      • Yeah–she’s just at that age, where if you don’t have your hair super long, and you dress in simple jeans and tshirts, then people might think you’re a boy. I never dressed super girly when I was little, and me and my siblings look a lot alike. I’m sure a few people who didn’t know me might’ve thought I was a boy.

      • get it together says:

        i agree. plenty of starlets wear suits to premieres and look gorgeous in them. no one says they “look like men” in their suits. if shiloh were 15 and wearing a suit with lip gloss and mascara then i don’t think people would say she’s “dressed like a boy.” shiloh may never want to wear stereotypically girly clothes and makeup, and i think if that makes her happy then i’m so glad her parents support her choices! she’s certainly old enough to be choosing her own clothes and i have no doubt she does. kudos to B and A for letting their kids develop their own identities and style.

    • Amcn says:

      Kids are pretty independent and headstrong, especially about what they wear. And I don’t think they generally fall into fashion “ruts”. If she was interested in other clothes I’m sure she would change her style. She seems to like what’s comfortable. My daughter wants to be in tutus and frilly dresses all the time and that is just as head scratching to me.

      • cat1 says:

        I appreciate that! what is up with the tutu thing? I cant even imagine doing that when I was younger … while I think it is sweet (kind of) when I see it. Little kids are so fashionable now… it almost freaks me out a little. but yes they seem to definitely know what they want to wear (or at least a good # of them, my 4 year old niece included).

      • **sighs** says:

        My son doesn’t care what I buy him to wear, but he does like to pick out the particular outfit. He also has definite opinions about what mom and dad wear, too.

    • original kay says:

      Dress like what?

    • MrsBPitt says:

      Yes, I am sure that they force Shiloh to dress like that! “No, Mama, I want to wear a frilly dress”, “Shiloh, you will wear this suit and like it”…….yeah, didn’t happen!

    • kcarp says:

      I have a 3 year old who will not wear certain things. She only wants to dress like a princess. Kids are pretty strong willed about their fashion even at a young age.

      Think about how much easier Shiloh’s life is because her parents let her be who she wants to be.

      • doofus says:

        my cousin’s three year old LOVES her Disney Princess dresses and is usually wearing one…yes, even to school. why fight it? the kid is dressed and covered up, and you have to learn to pick your battles.

      • Pamela says:

        “Kids are pretty strong willed about their fashion even at a young age.

        THIS!

        My 4 year old would NOT wear leggings or stiff pants (like jeans, khakis) last year.

        Do you know what they make for 3 year old girls to wear? Tunics and leggings, or dresses with leggings. Leggings Leggings Leggings!) Once it got cold out (New England), I had to go find a bunch of loose pants—sort of sweatpant-type styles. Some of her pants were from the boys section because they just didn’t make them for girls.

        This year…all she wants to wear are dresses with……….leggings.
        Sigh. And I could have fought with her last year—but there is no winning. I don’t want a battle every day just to get out the door. Shiloh looks great. Maybe her choices are not typical, but she looks great, is comfortable. What is the problem? Are people afraid her vagina will fall off if she doesn’t wear skirts?

      • paranormalgirl says:

        @Pamela – Then mine would have fallen off years ago! LOL

        When I was a little kid, I was the one the nuns called “that little heathen child” (with affection) I would run wild around the children’s home, my hair a messy tangle of ginger curls, scrapes on my elbows and my knees… I sort of grew out of. A little. Maybe.

    • The Original G says:

      Wrong spot.

    • Kim1 says:

      Do you want to dress like you do or are you simply used to it?
      Shiloh shares a room with Zahara.If she wants to wear girl’s clothes she can borrow her sister’s clothes. When they go shopping she can shop in the girl’s section with her sisters.Shiloh is a skateboarder like Pax.I guess she is a skateboarder NOT because she loves the sport but she is pretending to love it.
      I respect parents who let their kids be who they are because I have seen the other side.I have attended two funerals of kids(teens) who took their lives because they were bullied and rejected by their parents .

    • Peppa says:

      Ok, so every time I see Shiloh I think of my niece. They are the same age (my niece was born in November 2006). Just like Shiloh, my niece has a short hair cut and wears clothes almost exclusively found in the “boy” section of stores. Lots of t-shirts, lacrosse shorts, rash guards and board shorts at the beach, etc. She does not like to wear traditionally “girly” clothes. She doesn’t do pink and frilly. This was a decision she made on her own that started around age 4. She will, however, play with “girl” toys. She does a lot of crafts, has an American girl doll, things like that. We honestly have no idea what Shiloh plays with and what activities she does, all we know about her is from the small bits of info her parents give and pap (or, in this case, red carpet) pictures. I highly doubt Angelina is jealous of Shiloh’s beauty, so she makes her look ugly (which is something I have heard people say), or that they wanted a transgender child to make themselves more interesting. I don’t think my niece is a transgendered person or gay. She, to me, is just a child who likes to dress comfortably and doesn’t like the “girl” clothes of today. I think Shiloh dresses like that because she wants to. The other two girls are very girly.

      • smcollins says:

        Well said. I think some people just tend to read too much into things. I was like Shiloh when I was her age: “boy-short” hair, boyish clothes, hated wearing dresses. That all changed when I hit my teens. Grew my hair out, started experimenting with make-up, got more into feminine looking clothes. Everyone’s different, and their looks/clothing choices will change & evolve as they get older. As long as she’s happy and comfortable, and not trying to be anything more/less than who she is, then that’s all that matters.

      • Mr. Stinky-FishFace says:

        I feel the same way with my soon to be 5 year old. She loves wearing what she wants to wear. Most the time its jeans and a Cars/Planes themed tshirt. Sometimes its a Queen Elsa pajama dress with a tiara. She is the person she chooses to be and its not our right to force her into something just because we assume its who she should be. It doesn’t mean anything deeper than she likes what toys/clothes/movies she finds entertaining. Already people are questioning “Is she gay?” dude she’s 5 years old!!! As long as she is healthy, happy, and well taken care of who’s problem is it that she’s not wearing what society deems as “normal” clothes.

        Now my 4 year old on the other hand won’t leave the house unless she is wearing pink…

    • tarheel says:

      I wonder if you have any idea of what you’re talking about. Oh wait, you don’t.

  3. UltraViolet says:

    Shiloh is still my favorite of the Jolie-Pitt kids. What a beauty!

    Miyavi’s suit is, indeed, excellent. Anyone know what role he plays in the film?

    • He’s “The Bird”–the commander of the POW camp. From what little background I read, one of the reasons why his character was so cruel in real life is that he came from a prominent military family, and had been expected to have a higher position–instead (I guess he didn’t do well in training or *something*) they sent him to watch over POWs, and not be on the front lines. He took it a little personally.

      So basically he’s the one who singled out Louis because he had been in the Olympics.

      • Bridget says:

        @VC: he got a “thrill” from cruelly punishing the prisoners. And amazingly he hid for yhe entirety of the MacArthur period in Japan and eventually continued his life in Japan until his death decades later.

  4. Miyavi’s suit is AMAZING.

    Jack looks dirty-hot.

    I love how they let Shiloh wear whatever she wants, she looks so snazzy. And I can’t tell which parent she looks more like.

    And I’m pretty sure Jane Pitt wears the same sparkly black dress to all their premieres……love fancy cocktail evening grandma.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      VC…Now that you say that about Jane Pitt wearing the same sparkly, black dress to everything, I think you are right lol!!!!!!

    • lacey says:

      I think Shiloh looks like her granddad, Jon Voight .

      • Zuke says:

        She’s almost a double for her grandfather. You can really see if you look at pictures of Voight from the early 70s. Genes don’t lie.

  5. LadyMTL says:

    The kids look amazing, honestly. Shiloh fascinates me, it’s like she’s a perfect hybrid of Brad and Angelina.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      Agreed…she facinates me, too! She is a gorgeous little girl who just seems so cool…I will say, I think she is looking more and more like Angie (not a bad thing, at all)!

    • Pinky says:

      Would someone please crop out Maddox? His eyes are closed!

      • Becks says:

        Pinky ,

        I see what you did, LOL! His eyes were closed and everyone else but Maddox was feeling their look! Yeah, crop him!

  6. Dorothy says:

    I don’t know it looks forced.

    • lisa2 says:

      Have you ever tired to make a child wear something they don’t want to. I have a 2 year old niece that knows exactly what she likes and doesn’t. Try and put her on something she doesn’t like. All hell break loose.

      This is their child. I think they know her better than the outside world. And thank God she is their daughter. Some adults scare me

      • RobN says:

        I don’t think she’s talking about Shiloh, but about the picture in general. That’s how I took it. The whole thing does look really forced to me like nobody wants to be there and there was a big fight in the limo on the way. Just uncomfortable looking.

        Not every comment is directed at what that kid wears.

      • Anon says:

        Videos on youtube. The photographers are screaming at Brad (possibly kids) to turn heads to the left, do this..do that, plus the hundreds of flashes. Brad can be seen leaning over and soothing the kids at one point. I don’t think it looked forced, perhaps the kids were a little timid with adults screaming at the family.
        Miyavi’s wife and adorable little girls were there, going through the same thing. I like Miyavi’s music, cool how he never acted before and is the front man for a rock band in Japan.

    • Brittany says:

      I agree. And Anon says that there are videos on youtube, everyone screaming at the kids, etc. I’m sorry, but WHY would you put your children in that situation? Makes absolutely NO sense to me.

      • Sofia says:

        There’s a film to sell. That’s what I see. It’s not much different from those celebs who use their kids and pregnancies to market themselves to new audiences. KIds just live in that world, there isn’t really a choice for them, it’s just up to parents to use their own judgement.

      • jwoolman says:

        Most likely those specific kids really wanted to be there. Brad didn’t bring the whole crew. I think Shilo knew and liked the guy it was based on? Usually they’re okay with paps although maybe not such an aggressive bunch. Their dad seemed to handle it fine, he helped the kids. I doubt the kids were brought for PR. Their parents don’t seem to do that. Pap photos of them are relatively rare but they’re doing normal things when caught on camera.

  7. MrsBPitt says:

    There was a close up of Shiloh’s face on another website…her face is so beautiful…she looks exactly like Angie, except with blue eyes! I will admit though, when I first glanced at the picture, I thought Brad had taken Maddox, Pax, and Knox to the premiere. I think Shiloh and Knox look very much alike.

    Maddox seems very poised for a young teen and Pax always looks like he hates the spotlight!

    • Emma - the JP Lover says:

      @MrsBPitt, who wrote: “I think Shiloh and Knox look very much alike.”

      I agree. I think Shiloh looks more like Knox’s twin than Vivienne. It was SO apparent when they were both dressed in Tuxes for their parents’ wedding. :)

  8. lower-case deb says:

    saw this on twitter.
    Miyavi brought his lovely family with him. Melody is a very beautiful woman. wow i’m jealous of her skin. and her poise.
    https://twitter.com/comiyaviww/status/544767177958899712

    maybe they have a playground/play area for the smaller kids? because i’m not sure they’re expected to watch the movie.

  9. CM says:

    Kiki Dunst’s dress is EVERYTHING

    • truthSF says:

      The only reason I haven’t stolen Garrett is because I love him with Kirsten. Otherwise, he’d be in my bed every night. :D

    • Ennie says:

      Aww I can remember little Kirsten Dunst and Brad who was one of her “fathers” in Interview with the Vampire decades ago!
      She was great in it!

  10. MsMercury says:

    Did they have to bring the kids to promote this violent movie though? I wish Brad would have left them at home. He could have brought his parents and that’s it.

    • Esti says:

      Based on the reviews, it seems like 8 years old is way too young for this movie. Hopefully they just did the red carpet and didn’t stay to watch the movie.

      • MsMercury says:

        I agree. But part of my problem isn’t what their kids are watching but I don’t like the fact they are promoting this film for families now. People will see these pictures and assume it is okay to drag kids to the theater on Christmas. that is wrong.

      • I think if people are dragging their kids to go see this, then they have no common sense. Beyond the violence, unless it has a bajillion songs to sing, or something ‘cool’ happening, no kid is going to sit down and watch a movie like that. But there’s always some moron that ruins it for everyone–that’s why my mom hates going to the movies.

      • V4Real says:

        When I was a kid I pretty much watched everything but I wouldn’t let my 9 year old see this movie. I don’t think the intended audience are children. I’m guessing most youngsters and some adults will probably be flocking to see Into The Woods as oppose to a depressing torture flick on Christmas Day. I will see Unbroken but I will see it after Xmas.

      • Bridget says:

        You guys realize that just because a star and their family walk the red carpet, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they stay and watch the whole movie? And who wouldn’t want to being their family for a celebration of something they’re incredibly proud of?

      • Janet says:

        I don’t know if the youngest child stayed through the whole movie but evidently the senior Pitts took her home while Brad and the boys stayed for the after-party.

      • maddelina says:

        Angie said her kids have already seen it.

      • Sofia says:

        If their kids saw the moving being made it is different, it doesn’t have the same impact on a kid who just gets the story from the narrative and images. But by bringing their kids to the promo events they def send the message of this film being for families.

    • Amcn says:

      The director’s kids who know the subject matter and the man who it is based on and who saw much of the film making process and have a clear definition of what is real and what is acting are not just the average American kid. I don’t think it is promoting anything, parents know their own kids and should go by that as well as the rating. Their 10 year old daughter wasn’t there so it obviously wasn’t appropriate for her but I’ll bet Shiloh absolutely insisted. Just like she insisted on going to his funeral.

      • MsMercury says:

        Again, though if they want their own kids to see the film fine. I’m not against it because that is their choice. But they are using their kids to promote the film by having them walk the red carpet and being photographed. Based on the reviews this is not a kids film. And while some kids may be okay with it many won’t be.

      • Amcn says:

        That is why kids have parents. And hopefully they make responsible decisions that are not based on what Hollywood stars do but on what is right for their kids. AJ’s kids are there to support their mom and Louis, not to encourage other 8 year olds to see the movie. It is not being promoted as a family movie. It is being promoted as a PG 13 war movie.

      • MsMercury says:

        I really hope so! This film based on the reviews should have got a rated r. But passed with PG 13. I hope people are smart and make good decisions and read the review first.

      • get it together says:

        I think it’s child-depedent. I saw Terminator 2 (with my parents) when I was 9 years old. That is a VERY violent movie for a 9 year old but it didn’t scar me or affect me in a negative way. I was a very mature 9 year old. Conversely, my sister was 11 and there was no way she was ready when she was 9. It really depends on the child once they’re past a certain age.

    • kai14r says:

      I really think it depends on the child. Their kids seem pretty mature and clearly talk and see about man’s inhumanity as well as its ability to be better (Malala). Regardless of material, as a parent you can and should monitor and discuss with them what your kids see and hear. I’d rather my kids see the consequences of violence and messages about endurance and forgiveness…also humility. A real life superhero that doesn’t think he’s anything special, but keeps trying no matter what. This war/torure stuff is STILL going on all over the world…what have we learned?? Maybe these next generations can be smarter than us and really stick to it when they say never again. That said, my daughter was ready to see Harry Potter movies at an earlier age than my son… even within families kids can vary at readiness.

      • MsMercury says:

        you sound like my Mom @kai14r. :) Personally, I have no problem with what people show their children or teach them but far too many parents fail to explain and talk to kids & that leaves them with a mixed message. I think it can be a good thing when the family talks it over and has discussions.

    • tarheel says:

      Dependent on the child, this is an appropriate movie for children that age to see. Nothing good comes from shielding children from the horrors of the past — and present. There is nothing wrong at all for kids that age to visit the Holocaust Museum or see The Diary of Anne Frank or even Unbroken.

      They do, however, need to have what they are going to see explained to them, and have them prepped. And, again, it depends on the child. I learned about the WWII Holocaust at a very young age because of an elderly neighbor who carried a camp tattoo. My mother explained it to me, and got some books from the library with photos.

  11. Jem says:

    I guess Im the only one here then who thinks she’s faking it?

    • lisa2 says:

      for what purpose.. because someone said something about her.. Hell people say crap about her everyday.

    • Amcn says:

      Probably not the only one but most seem to have an agenda. It just seems so illogical so it’s hard to believe she would fake it.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      If she was going to fake it, why not just say she has the flu…the chicken pox is just too wierd to be made up!

    • starrywonder says:

      Honestly I think she has shingles which comes about a lot of times due to stress. I don’t think she wants anyone to think she’s pressed.

      One thing for those who were asking about the chicken pox vaccine. No it’s not a requirement to travel to the countries she has been. I traveled to Iraq, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, etc. and though they recommend a lot of people don’t take it since it’s a live virus and a pain in the butt to deal with while it’s still live. I ended up getting the anthrax shot (which sucked) and also tetanus.

      • Janet says:

        Shingles doesn’t look like that. It’s neat rows of red bumps. Chicken pox is random bumps all over.

      • Kim1 says:

        In EVERY interview she has done she talks about being nervous,anxious, etc.So she has already talked about the stress related to taking on this project.I’m sure she feels guilty because she is missing this critical time needed to promote this film.There is no reason to pretend to have chicken pox.If she had shingles .She would bring more attention to Shingles.Last night The Evening News with Brian Williams AND ABC news with David Muir discussed her bout with Chicken Pox.It was also discussed on GMA and Today Show.

      • jwoolman says:

        Shingles are quite different from chicken pox, the rash is very localized and you get horrible headaches (had it twice myself). You have to have chicken pox first (which as a child I thought was a breeze compared to other common diseases I had suffered). The virus then hides out in the nervous system, just waiting to make bigger trouble when you’re full grown …. I can’t imagine Angie would call it chicken pox if it were really shingles. What would be the point? There’s no shame in shingles, just a lot of pain.

  12. Sara says:

    Does anyone else think that the whole Brad and Angie supposed rooftop fight where we saw Angie smoking had something to do with those emails going public? I think it was.

    • Why would they fight over someone calling her an untalented brat? That doesn’t make sense to me. I could see if either one of them had emailed some nasty things to someone at Sony, but why would they argue?

      • Sara says:

        Notice i said supposed rooftop fight. I don’t think they were fighting with each other at all. I think Brad could have been upset at what was about to come out. This is his wife of course and Im sure he didnt take too kindly to what was said about her. Angie’s posture didn’t appear to be in a fight. Perhaps they could have been discussing the situation.

      • mayamae says:

        Interesting theory. Most of us are far angrier when our loved ones are attacked than when we are. You’re suggesting he was angry and protective of her, and she was trying to talk him down?

      • Tippy says:

        The hacked e-mails that have been released thus far might just be the tip of the iceberg.

    • Amcn says:

      Actually Sony hadn’t been hacked at that point I don’t think. And it didn’t really look like they were fightIng anyway.

      • bns says:

        Sony was hacked in February.

      • Sara says:

        Oh yes they had.

      • Amcn says:

        The majority of the data was taken in late November wasn’t it? And the February hack wasn’t public knowledge? Many of the released emails were from just a couple weeks ago. It’s a bit convoluted but that was my understanding. I don’t think either of them were given advance warning about data leaks either way.

      • bns says:

        @Amcn

        Why wouldn’t they have been warned that private emails that they were a part of were hacked? The public didn’t know about the hacking until recently, but I’m sure Hollywood professionals and insiders, including the actors, have known about this for some time.

      • Amcn says:

        @bns It’s all just speculation but in the days following the hack Sony was locked down and trying to assess the situation. Whether they knew the full extent of what was taken or not, they had no idea what was going to be released. 10 years worth of emails, movies etc. I don’t know if they were going through the roledex informing the thousands upon thousands who could be affected. As well, I like to think that look on AJ’s face when she met Pascal at the luncheon was fresh indignation, not something she had been sitting on for weeks. Again, it’s all just speculation.

  13. Amcn says:

    Too bad AJ wasn’t there, it would have been a special night for them. I bet she would have worn colour. The kids looked great. They all seem like a really solid family that really bans together. All the guys looked great too and Miyavi and his family were beautiful.

  14. scout says:

    Shiloh is a tomboy, so confident and very pretty just like her mom. Even now Angie looks beautiful in a crisp black suit pants. I am a bit sad for Angie, she would have loved to attend this event. Get well soon Angelina, our best to you.
    I am so so sad for Pakistani school kids who got massacred today, I am sure Angie is devastated too, she visited the region often :(

  15. Toot says:

    Shiloh looks so much like Angelina, but with only blue eyes. There’s a clip of the photogs taking pictures and it was crazy, but Shiloh or her brothers didn’t bat an eye . She seems to be a very confident little girl.

    Angelina has said that Shiloh was really close to Louie so she probably wanted to go to the premiere. She also went to his funeral.

  16. Kiddo says:

    If I cut and paste Brad’s parents, the top of his face is dad, the nose, mom, and I’ll go with mom’s jawline. That one kid looks exactly like Angelina.

  17. serena says:

    God, I just love Miyavi!
    I wonder if it was the twins who gave Angelina chicken pox..or was it Zahara?
    Maddox is getting super tall, isn’t he? While Pax seems really uncomfortable and Shiloh is all like ‘look how cool I am’.. and yes, indeed, she’s my favourite Jolie-Pitt kid! Such a cool kid, I like her style a lot.

    I remember when I was a kid I kind of hated dresses and skirts, but my mom chose my clothes and made me wear them anyway. Now that I’m an adult I still hate skirts so I really don’t get all the hype about Shiloh’s style.

    • jwoolman says:

      Me, too. As soon as my college dress code changed, cheapskate me went out and bought comfortable pants with real pockets. Female-oriented attire in our society is notorious for often being binding or deficient in type and number of pockets. Decades later – I don’t even own a dress or skirt. They require too much thinking when crawling around under equipment in the lab, for instance, or sitting down or standing or walking… I’m not only female, I’m even heterosexual. I don’t know why some people speculate about gender identity based on choice of comfortable clothes that fit and allow you to love the way you want. Shiloh is blessed with parents who choose their battles, and clothing just isn’t one of them.

  18. mccora96 says:

    Brad’s parents have attended many of Angie’s premieres- going back several years now. In fact, at this point, they may have to more of Angie’s than Brad’s. I don’t know if they like Angie’s films better or it’s just timing :) Another cute pic.. Shiloh is wearing the track shoe necklace that Louis gave Angie-adorable! I look at Shiloh in this pic & think, at least Angie’s face could attend the red carpet!!
    http://m.hitfix.com/in-contention/no-angelina-no-problem-as-brad-pitt-and-kids-attend-unbroken-premiere

    • ORLY says:

      …except, Gregory, the author of the article referred to them as “Pitt and his boys”. No mention of Shiloh being a girl.

      • lisa2 says:

        The media does this all the time. Sometimes by mistake and others on purpose. just like when they call Knox (Shiloh) or Shiloh (Knox).. No different than STAR mag running a cover saying the children had Downs and then adults taking it and posting it as facts. It is mainly about these children of these 2 celebs.

      • mayamae says:

        I think it’s an easy mistake to make if you’re not overly familiar with the children. I didn’t see how similar Knox and Shiloh were until his hair was cut short. I’ve mistaken the two a couple of times, especially when the picture doesn’t show a good representation of their differences in height.

  19. Maya says:

    Go Brad, children and in laws supporting Angelina.

    This movie will be a megahit and finally it is getting nominations. Fingers crossed for wins as well.

  20. tracking says:

    Cute kids.

  21. Lilliputian says:

    @Lisa2
    Perhaps its for the same reason that people who think a child should not be confined to gender norms have spent the last ten years making hateful remarks about a womans childlessness. In other words, this is all (and I do mean both sides!) just more of your everyday garden variety Hypocrisy.

    • Brittney B says:

      Sorry, try again. Every single person who admires Angelina’s strength and individuality also suddenly gets catty and speculative and sexist about another woman, just because they have a man in common? In my experience, Angie’s genuine fans aren’t the defensive ones. We’re secure enough to admire her without knocking anyone else down, especially over something meaningless.

      It minimizes her (and women in general) to bring up decade-old grudges every time she achieves something herself. You’re the one bringing this up, by the way; I don’t see ANYONE else doing it. It’s not necessary, and just because the media (and a certain woman herself) continue to perpetuate the triangle, doesn’t mean most fans aren’t sick of it and able to see straight through it.

      (Anyway, there are plenty of valid comparisons to make that have nothing to do with children. If you want to play that game.)

    • The Original G says:

      Actually, the hateful remarks about Aniston’s childlessness have been very few. It’s her manipulation of press attention over her relationship status and bump baiting over the years that most here are tired of.

  22. Beep says:

    Mini Jolie representing AJ. Shiloh Jolie Pitt looks so much like her mom. she used to look just like Brad and now her face is morphing into Angelina.

  23. Annie says:

    Lol, I think it’s better for Shiloh to wear boys clothes and have short hair, because then she will be so much more beautiful with long hair and in a really nice dress, which attracts more media attention.

  24. Kate says:

    I went trough my boy phase too. I was so embarrassed to dress girly. Then as i grew older the hormones won and i embrace my femininity. You can’t force it tho.

  25. Peppa says:

    Yeah, I’m disappointed by the lack of Finn Wittrock pictures :(

  26. BendyWindy says:

    Obviously all the kids are cute, but Shiloh is rocking that suit. I love it. I hope my daughter is that stylish, but probably not, as I am her mother, poor thing.

  27. kri says:

    This may sound odd, but Miyavi reminds me very much of David Bowie. Which is a serious compliment for me to hand out. I love looking at him.

    • Amy says:

      I know! This is the first time I’ve gotten a real look at the cast and the man is GORGEOUS.

    • Veronica says:

      It’s not just you. He has that same incredible bone structure around the cheeks and jaw. Tilda Swinton and Alexander Wang give me Bowie vibes for the same reason, but the style he delivered here on the red carpet exacerbates the resemblance.

  28. Amy says:

    Miyavi though…sips cocoa slowly.

  29. BlueeJay says:

    So……as predicted this morning following the premiere all the talk is on Brad and the children, and of course how Shiloh dressed. Does anyone care about the movie or the actors? It is like the actors are a side event when they should be the main event. Just saying – this is a huge PR mistake if you want your movie to be recognized. Not sure how Angie and Brad don’t understand this. You don’t win awards based on your family, marriage, children, etc. All you win by doing this PR move is more tabloid coverage.

    • maddelina says:

      +1

    • tracking says:

      I think this is probably PR in service of box office rather than critical notices. Since its critical reception has not met expectations, and this was an expensive film, they need to pull out the stops to get butts in theater seats.

    • Amcn says:

      Miyavi brought his wife and kids and girlfriends came etc. Of course BP and the kids are going to get the most attention, they are the most famous and sought after. That doesn’t mean they shouldn’t come out and show support, because then that would look like such suspicious PR behaviour. Not showing up so everyone talks about how they didn’t show up? And nobody talks about the actors? I can’t believe AJ didn’t think of that. Maybe her PR game is slipping.

      • tracking says:

        Sure, because there would have been so much surprise at keeping kids home from a violent war movie. Per Usweekly, kids didn’t watch the movie. They did the red carpet then left. PR. Quite possibly at Universal’s behest, since they are trying to sell this film as a family film, opening Christmas day, a move seen as misguided by some critics. There’s also a lot of pressure on Jolie to produce box office if not awards–particularly as a fledgling director given a big project–if she hopes to get more high-profile directing gigs. These are not fools; they use the tools at their disposal. That said, I’m sure their kids were happy to show support for mom!

      • BlueeJay says:

        @Amcn I have never ever read any article ever questioning why an actors/directors children were not on the red carpet. It is not expected – ever. I agree I don’t think the kids minded at all helping out. However, Angie and Brad know the drill. They will have known that showing up with the children would have taken all the attention from the actors of the film (as tabloids and the mini-van majority are obsessed with celebrities children). As well they would have known that Shiloh in a boys suit would be talked about and rude things said. So……why? Why put Shiloh though that on the internet? Of course it is easy to say that she will not see it. But stuff on the internet stays there forever and when she is older she will. Demi’s daughter has already talked about how that kind of talk affected her – so why would any parent take that chance? As well why take the attention away from the actors? I have seen no quotes from any of the actors about the film, how hard it was, etc. That is what makes people want to see movie not a little girl.

      • Jessica says:

        @ BlueeJay The only response I have to anyone talking about Shiloh wearing a suit is that they really need to grow up. It’s really sad to see any adult saying anything mean about a child Brad and Angelina can’t worry about adults acting like children on the internet. People will still say mean things about how she dresses even if she didn’t attend the premiere. Why is it always Angelina should do this, Angelina should do that. Hello, but Shiloh has a mother and a ‘FATHER’.

      • BlueeJay says:

        @Jessica. I wish that parents didn’t have to worry about bullying, mean adults, etc. But they do. And yes it is Brad and Angie’s job to worry about what is said about Shiloh. That is why some famous parents are so careful about ensuring that their child’s life is private and separated from theirs. I as well as you believe that Brad is as important as Angie in what happens to the children. With that said when has Brad ever been blamed for anything. He has gone though this whole mess and ignored the whole thing and never been blamed for a single thing. Most gossip bloggers always blame the woman.

  30. Kori says:

    The kids all look great. I just wish, and it’s not even a big deal, that they’d get Shiloh female suits tailored for her rather than just use boy’s clothes. It’s not like they can’t afford it. Angelina, who looked great in her suit, didn’t just grab one of Brad’s. Shiloh obviously likes menswear and while boy’s tees and handmedowns from her brothers is great on an everyday level, let her go all out for a premiere. It is obviously not just a phase you are waiting out so invest in some slick duds for her. Love her slicked back hair–such a lovely child–and how sweet of her to wear the necklace Louis gave her. Maddox is so big now and Pax looks quite the dapper gent. Glad to see Mr and Mrs Pitt there too–every time I do, I’m reminded of all the ‘Jane hates Angie’ stories that still go on despite evidence to the contrary.

    • Orly says:

      She’s a little kid. She doesn’t have curves that require tailoring. Why is it so important for her to wave a “I’m a girl!” flag? Who does that serve except judge-y adults? Would it really make you feel better if she had some unnecessary darts sewn into her suits? How inane.

    • jwoolman says:

      Some women can wear stuff off the rack in the menswear department because that’s how their bodies are shaped. Young children are straight up and down, they don’t need special “girls” suits or pants. If she ever needs tailoring, she’ll be able to afford it. Men used to routinely get their suits tailored, tailors were available right in the shops and not just for rich folk, so they’re not identically dimensioned either. But kids Shiloh’s age don’t have to worry about that yet.

  31. Veronica says:

    Damn, look at Shiloh wearing the shit out of that suit. Most adults don’t have that kind of steeze.

  32. G says:

    Shiloh is simply GORGEOUS! WOW.

  33. Jayna says:

    Shiloh looks so much like a younger Jon Voight with the blue eyes and blonde hair

    http://verdoux.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/jon-voight.jpg

  34. Jessica says:

    I really don’t understand the belief that seeing a couple of kids on the red carpet is going to make anyone go to the theater and spend their hard earn money to see a movie. Who actually says, ” I saw the Jolie-Pitt kids on the red carpet, I’m going to see Unbroken now” NOT If they were going to see the film, they wanted to not because of a bunch of kids.
    Shiloh looks like a perfect mix of Brad and Angie. Shiloh looks like her grandad because Angie is a mix of her mom and dad, just like Shiloh.

  35. Dawn says:

    I am really interested to see this film. It looks really good to me. The war against Japan doesn’t seem to get as many movies as the war against Hitler and the Nazis. And the Jolie-Pitt kids are adorable. All of them are growing up too fast.

  36. lenje says:

    Miyavi dresses the best out of the bunch. East Asian actors set the bar high when it comes to event fashions. They are truly, how do you say it, colorful and daring.

  37. Lizzy1013 says:

    Garret and Kirsten have been dating 2 years?!?!? I’ve been living under a rock. Damn girl… You hold on to his fine ass.

  38. Lizzy1013 says:

    Does any one else see blue on brads pinky nail? For some reason it’s driving me crazy because I cant figure out what it is. It’s not a bandaid because it doesn’t wrap all the way around the finger, just the nail. It’s on the daily mail pics, scroll all the way down to the pic with his hand on shilohs chest…any one else see it?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2875573/Brad-Pitt-suits-sons-Maddox-Pax-daughter-Shiloh-Unbroken-premiere-LA-Angelina-recovers-chickenpox.html

  39. rudy says:

    How lovely that Angie had Shiloh’s suit tailored just for her. It fits perfectly. Similar to Maddox’s suit. Shiloh’s has her stance down, hands in her pockets. Her face is relaxed yet alert. She is smiley but just barely. Really looks excited but also knows that we are ALL looking at her. In other words, she looks happy. And so does Mad and Pax. What more does any parent want then to have happy kids. Their mom got the chicken pox and everyone adjusted. Brad just looks proud. Very sweet.

  40. Rita says:

    Shiloh is really twin of Angelina take a look Angelina when she’s 9 yrs old on oscar red carpet, only hair is different, but the looks really twins, Daily Mail has a few nice Shiloh pictures such a confident looks kid

  41. crazydaisy says:

    god, I love Shiloh.

  42. Heather says:

    If there’s chicken pox in the household, why are they bringing family members out to a very public event?

  43. Em' says:

    Shiloh is indeed really beautiful and she wears the sh!t out of this suit.
    But come on, anyone else, anyone else bringing their kids to the premiere would be called a famewh@re. You have to be honest about it.
    Imagine if Ben Affleck had taken his kids to the premiere of Argo ! Everybody would have called on him and rigtly so!
    I mean for the premiere of Maleificent, sure why not. But the premiere of a very violent POW movie ? Com’on ! It is so obvious.
    Of course it helps promote the movie. You have to be of very bad faith to not admit it.

  44. really says:

    Totally different. Were Affleck’s kids old enough or smart enough to understand Argo? Argo was a story only somewhat based in reality (they replaced the Canadian heros with Americans, etc.), so I doubt the Affleck kids actually met & spent time with the real life Argo heros, like the JP kids did with Louis. Heck, Shiloh went to Louis’ funeral. The Zamperinis keep speaking about how the JPs are part of their family now. And I doubt that the Affleck kids actually saw as much filming of Argo as the JP kids did of Unbroken.

  45. kai14r says:

    Angie has also been saying a lot in interviews that she uses Pete Zamperini as an example of a good sibling for her kids, so Louis Zamperini and his story are clearly pretty entrenched in the JP household. It’s not odd that the family was there at all, especially considering that Louis’ 60 year long dream was to get this film made and the JPs cared so much about Louis & his family.

  46. mollie says:

    Maddox is such a pro.
    Love the way he carries himself.
    I really believe he is going to be a superstar director or something.

  47. Mapa says:

    Shiloh is too cute! Brads father doesn’t look very happy…well i agree with some comments here…it’s not ok to sell your own kids…they can’t even watch the movie because they are too young..lso what is the whole point? Of course it is PR..there will be pics from the kids in the tabloids and that is promotion…and this is selling your own kids. I didn’t expect this from Brad and Angelina..that’s a very dissapointing move..very cheap indeed.