Pretty soon, moviegoers will get a good look at Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's massive clan. Three of their kids are lined up to appear with Angie in the upcoming film "Maleficent." Four-year-old Vivienne was already slated to appear as a young princess. Now she will be joined by older siblings Zahara and Pax, who have been signed up for two brief cameos. They follow in the footsteps of sister Shiloh, who appeared with Brad in the movie "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." It's not unusual for major stars to appear in movies with their young kids. Here is a look at some other movie stars that have happily acted with their little ones.
The superstar has appeared in movies with Jaden and Willow, the two children he has had with wife Jada Pinkett Smith. Son Jaden played a key role alongside his dad in "The Pursuit of Happyness" before landing his own starring role in the remake of "The Karate Kid." Meanwhile, daughter Willow played the young child of Will's character in the thriller "I am Legend." Will also has a son from a previous relationship, who appeared with his dad in the music video for "Just the Two of Us."
The actress has three daughters with former husband Bruce Willis, and she made it a point to include them in some of her films. A young Rumer Willis appeared with her mom in movies like "Now and Then" and "Striptease." In addition, daughter Tallulah Belle had a cameo an infant in the drama "The Scarlett Letter." Both girls have also had small cameos in a couple of their dad's movies. Of the three children the two had, Rumer is the only one to forge an acting career as an adult.
Judd Apatow films have become a family affair. In addition to casting wife Leslie in most of his movies, he has also enlisted the services of his two young daughters. Judd's upcoming film "This is 40" will mark the third time that Iris and Maude have appeared with their mom. They previously had supporting roles in "Knocked Up" and "Funny People," two films also directed by their dad. In the upcoming comedy, the two girls will be playing the same parts they did in "Knocked Up."
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