Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie brought their oldest son Maddox to the LA premiere of Invictus last night. The couple rarely get to take the kids along to their own films—what with all the sex and violence and everything—but pals Matt Damon and Clint Eastwood‘s a new film about courage, human rights and soccer in South Africa that was just perfect for a family night out. Also attending were Michelle Monaghan (looking packed in the back thanks to her drapey dress) and the ever-informal Kenny Chesney, who could have been mistaken for a barrier-breaking fan standing next to the dapper Morgan Freeman.
With its prestigious pedigree and positive message, Invictus has a good chance of scoring a trophy or two at the Critics’ Choice Awards this January. See more of the stars in the gallery below.
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If we could be any celebrity kid it would probably be Kingston. Not only does he have rad rocker rents, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, but the kid is rockin’ a pretty fierce hair style. Maddox Jolie-Pitt better watch out because Kingston is giving him a run for his money. Check out adorable photos of Kingston, his hair, his baby brother Zuma and their super buff mom leaving the airport. [Photo: Splash News Online]
Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt just barely left the womb and already they are raking in big bucks for the Brangelina baby farm. Brad and Angelina will reportedly receive $10 to $15 million from People magazine for the first photos of Brangelina Bunch children numbers 5 and 6. The babies make their debut in next week’s issue of People and a photo from the issue will be revealed on People.com on Sunday.
Could there be some sibling rivalry in the Jolie-Pitt house already? Big sister Shiloh‘s first baby photos only fetched a reported $4.1 million from People. Apparently two baby Brangelinas are better (and cost more) than one. Either way, the youngest Jolie-Pitts are quite the moneymakers already. Knox, Vivienne, and Shiloh have already brought in about $19.1 million in just over 2 years. We probably won’t see them setting up a lemonade stand anytime soon.