Thursday, 10th November 2011
In Japan Entertainment News,
Pitt-Jolie brood 'love' Japan
The Pitt-Jolie clan of eight evidently enjoyed their recent visit to Japan to promote Brad's new movie Moneyball as they were snapped smiling on the red carpet.
At least Brad and Ange were, but they told reporters they "loved being in Japan" adding, "our kids love being here", USA Today quoted.
During their time in the country, which was struck by natural disaster on March 11th earlier this year, Pitt took the opportunity to commend the nation for its resilience in the face of destruction.
He said: "You are bringing everything forward to rebuilding and reclaiming the lives for yourselves and for others. It's valued and inspiring to us."
The film star further applauded the country for its tenacity, perseverance and survival, which he said had a great effect on the world community.
Moneyball tells the story of Billy Beanes, the Oakland A's general manager, who successfully created a cost-efficient baseball club after using computer technology to draft his team.
It is set for release in the UK on November 25th.
Posted by Susan Ballion
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