Brad Pitt took his twins Knox and Vivenne out on the town in Tokyo yesterday after wrapping up a busy day with Angelina Jolie. On Monday they attended the Japanese premiere of World War Z together and Angie also made a stop by the UN University in Tokyo to give a speech about sexual violence in war zones. Angie, who serves as a special envoy for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said she hoped that her directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, would inspire viewers to think about the prevalence of rape in war.
Brad, Angelina and a few of their children arrived in Tokyo on Sunday, although their kids did not walk the red carpet with the couple. Angelina and Brad appeared to have a good control on their little ones, with Angie holding hands with Vivienne and Brad walking with Vivienne's twin, Knox. The two kids, who recently celebrated their fifth birthday on July 12, smiled at the cameras as they made their way through the airport. Meanwhile, Pax walked on his own and held on tightly to a large purple stuffed animal, the same toy that he has been travelling with over the past few months. It didn't appear that the couple's eldest child, Maddox, had travelled with them to Tokyo, but the family may have special plans for him in the works as he'll celebrate his twelfth birthday on August 5. Maddox recently had a scare when a man was arrested for stealing his iPad while he was playing paintball in Bellflower, California, last week. The alleged thief was spotted breaking into the Jolie-Pitt family's SUV and tried to make off with two iPads and cell phone.