Brad Pitt installed a swear jar on the set of 'World War Z' to discourage the cast and crew from swearing in front of the youngsters who were playing his daughters in the film.
Brad Pitt installed a swear jar on the set of 'World War Z'.
The hunky actor - who has kids Maddox, 11, Pax, nine, Zahara, eight, Shiloh, six, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with fiancee Angelina Jolie - tried to prevent cast and crew on the set of the zombie apocalypse movie from swearing in front of the youngsters who played his on screen daughters.
Mireille Enos - who plays Brad's wife in the movie - told People magazine: ''He started a swearing jar. If anybody swore around the kids, they had to put a pound in the jar. Those kids went home rich.''
Brad, 49, also worked hard to keep the girls entertained on set, even performing magic tricks for them.
Mireille added: ''He's as normal as any guy you can meet and he's such a natural at being a dad. He would bring games, tell funny stories and do magic tricks for the girls who played our daughters.''
Brad's adopted son Maddox had a small cameo in 'World War Z' as a zombie and the youngster loved being in an action film.
The Hollywood heartthrob said: ''Maddox has got a small piece in it. He's a zombie who then gets shot. I don't know what that says about my parenting! (My kids) love these kinds of things and that's the thing that first drew me to it.''
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