On Monday night, Angelina Jolie’s children – Knox, Zahara, Pax, Vivienne, and Shiloh – accompanied their mother to the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles to mark the release of her latest film.
Angelina Jolie made the Maleficent: Mistress of Evil premiere a family event by attending it with five out of her six children. The actress stars as the titular evil queen in the movie alongside Elle Fanning, Imelda Staunton, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Although her oldest child, Maddox, who is 18 years old and off to college in South Korea, couldn’t make it, Jolie was accompanied by the younger siblings- Knox, Zahara, Pax, Vivienne, and Shiloh. Jolie revealed that her kids enjoy seeing her play strong characters on screen, and that’s why they wouldn’t miss Disney’s Maleficent. She also said that they are happy she is having fun while being fierce. Soon, Jolie will be starring in Marvel’s upcoming The Eternals movie.
Angelina Jolie is thrilled about her son Maddox starting college and is excited about the next phase of his life. She expressed her enthusiasm during a San Diego Comic-Con panel discussion about her upcoming Marvel movie, The Eternals. Jolie praised the script and the opportunity to be a part of the MCU family and work hard with her co-stars, including Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, and Kumail Nanjiani. The film, directed by Chloé Zhao, is set to release in November 2020 and follows the adventures of a group of superhuman beings, including Jolie’s character Thena, who possesses incredible strength, agility, and reflexes.
Angelina Jolie recently revealed that having teenagers has made her question why she can’t go to punk clubs like she used to. Despite this, she is currently working on a project inspired by her six children. The actress has partnered with the BBC to create a global current affairs program for children, as she noticed there was a lack of internationally-minded news programs tailored for kids. Jolie hopes that this program will be something families can enjoy together each week. She also shared that her family enjoys reading the kids’ pullout from the New York Times and browsing through National Geographic.