Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt feel London calling.
A source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly that the jet-setting parents of six will set up camp in London in March and “stay for at least six months” while Pitt, 52, films his sci-fi thriller World War Z 2.
While there, the United Nations special envoy “plans to focus on political projects dealing with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe,” says the source. But first the family need to find a home. “They want to buy, but have yet to find a place that suits their needs,” says the source. “Their wishlist includes an underground drive-in entrance and a courtyard.”
The mom of kids Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 9, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 7, has described their life as “nomadic.”
“They’re participating more in the choices of where we go. And if we have to go somewhere where they’re going to miss their friends, we try to get them back for a period of time — or we try to have their friends come out,” she told The Guardian in November.
The 40-year-old actress, who voices Tigress in animated flick Kung Fu Panda 3, added: “I don’t want this lifestyle to ever be something they don’t want. I don’t want them to feel they don’t want to do that one more trip, or that they can’t handle one more film abroad. So we’ll have to gauge it, make some adjustments.”
But so far, it seems the couple’s children are handling things well. Jolie brought the kids to the L.A. premiere of Kung Fu Panda 3 on Saturday, January 16, where they posed for an adorable photo together. Maddox did not attend.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt call the Loz Feliz section of Los Angeles home.
But starting in March the power couple will begin living in London, where the 52-year-old actor will be filming the sequel to his hit 2013 movie World War Z, according to UsWeekly. He both stars in and produces the science fiction extravaganza.
Meanwhile, his 40-year-old wife will devote her time to humanitarian causes.
The stars have yet to find a residence, however. 'They want to buy, but have yet to find a place that suits their needs,' a source told the publication. 
That's because the two need to have top security. 'Their wish list includes an underground drive-in entrance,' added an insider.
For now, they may just rent, as they did in 2012 when they spent 15 months at the Whornes Place estate in London, which costs a reported $24,000 a month. She was in the country then to shoot Maleficent while he appeared in The Counselor.
As they did last time, the actors are bringing all of their six children - Maddox, Pax, Shiloh, Zahara, Vivienne and Knox.
The children will most likely attend the Ly Lycee Francais school there. 
The Oscar winning beauty - who's current film is Kung Fu Panda 3 - has planned to spent a lot of time helping refugees.
'She plans to focus on political projects dealing with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe,' said a source. 
The last film she worked on was First They Killed My Father: A Daughter Of Cambodia Remembers, which she has directed for Netflix. Filming took place in the fall and winter of 2015 in Cambodia and sons Maddox and Pax worked on the movie as well.
The couple will also likely spent time at their estate Chateau Miraval which produces a line of their rose wines.

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