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Monday 30 May 2016

Brangelina's World War Z Japan trip

Published 29/07/2013

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took three of their children to Japan
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took three of their children to Japan

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have jetted into Tokyo for the latest stop on their World War Z promotional tour.

Brangelina hit Japan with the three youngest of their brood of six kids - twins Knox and Vivienne and their adopted big brother Pax - said The Sun.

The family were seen arriving off the plane clutching a child's blanket and a giant purple teddy bear.

World War Z stars Brad as a United Nations employee who travels the globe to combat a deadly zombie invasion, with The Killing actress Mireille Enos as his on-screen wife.

Brad, 49, recently spoke about letting his kids watch the zombie flick.

He said: "Some parents have not agreed with me after seeing it because it's the most intense film that you're going to see all summer. But my kids are savvy and I figure it's called parental guidance, so... But yeah, they loved it."

Angelina, 37, announced in May that she had opted to have a double mastectomy after discovering she carried the faulty BRCA1 gene which increased her chances of developing breast cancer.

She had the op to cut her cancer risk and joined Brad at the film's London premiere for their first public appearance together since her announcement.

Brad said: "She is doing great, it is business as usual, it is the next stage for us. I've never not had support from her. I love her, it just brings you closer and makes you stronger."

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