Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie arrived in Tokyo's Haneda International Airport on Tuesday (8th November 2011), with their six children in tow. The actor travelled to the country to promote his new movie 'Moneyball', about Oakland Athletics coach Billy Beane.
According to People Magazine, the Hollywood star and his partner stunned passers-by after walking through the airport terminal with their entire brood, Zahara, Knox, Maddox, Shiloh, Pax and Vivienne. Greeted by hundreds of cheering fans and photographers, the children appeared unfazed by the flashbulbs and nonchalantly made their way through the crowd holding hands with their parents. Angelina had hold of daughter Vivienne, while Vivienne's twin Knox held on tightly to his famous father with sister Zahara. Pitt's new movie is creating somewhat of a buzz in Hollywood, with many critics talking up its Oscars chances following a strong commercial showing stateside. The movie, inspired by a true story, sees Brad play a baseball coach who's determine to win silverware despite his lack of a budget. Instead, he begins to acquire players on the basis of computer generated statistics, rather than paying attention to their reputation or profile.
In between promotion of Moneyball, Pitt continues to film his hugely anticipated zombie apocalypse movie 'World War Z'. Set for release on 21st December 2012, the film follows a UN representative who begins to write a first-hand report of the 'great zombie war'.