It's hard to imagine Angelina Jolie hanging out at home in her pyjamas, but the Hollywood star says that's the reason her children giggle at her when she's all glammed-up on the red carpet.
"Mad knows himself very well and if he said he was ready, I knew he knew", she says. "They are going through their formative years and everything else comes second to that".
12-year-old Zahara, 11-year-old Shiloh, and 9-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne also joined their family at the premiere. "They were laughing at both of us [Jolie and Ung] because they're used to seeing us at home and we hang out in our pyjamas and make breakfast", she added. Everything was just stopped. "It took me a few months to realize that I was really going to have to do it". "He's been practicing flying, then they called me the other day and said, 'So Mad can go solo, ' and I almost dropped the phone!"
"I think they're itching to get out in the world again", Jolie revealed. We've all been a bit in lockdown and going through some things. But I think so.
Based on the memoir by Luong Ung, it tells the story of the Cambodian genocide through the eyes of a child. The brothers actually worked behind-the-scenes on the new film alongside their mum.
'I want them to have a strong work ethic.
Aside from the screening, Angelina also spoke at The Women In The World Canada Summit, where the lineup included Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. "And that's OK, because I know who I am, and the kids know who I am". I mean, this one was very particular and very important. It was the thing to be, ' the Oscar victor began.
"They really help me so much".
'I did start to get into acting and I did it partially because it was something to do with my mom and it made her so happy, ' she said. "He doesn't do it in front of me".
At the time, the actress talked about her project and how life had been for her family since she filed from divorce from Brad Pitt in September 2016.