Brad Pitt gets a set visit from Angelina Jolie, Zahara and Shiloh
Some of Brad Pitt's best gals came to visit him Tuesday on the Malta set of his new flick, "World War Z."
Angelina Jolie, who on Sunday visited recent refugees from Ethiopia, Somalia and Libya at the Lyster Barracks detention center in Malta in her role as a U.N. goodwill ambassador, packed up eldest daughters Zahara, 6, and Shiloh, 5, to visit dad Pitt on his lunch break.
The 90-minute visit occurred in the capital city Valletta's downtown district, according to People, where the girls met their father's costars: a bunch of zombies.
"World War Z" follows Pitt's character as he collects stories of human survival 10 years after a zombie outbreak threatened mankind. Incidentally, the Ministry would totally do the same kind of legwork, attending premieres and parties in bunkers at Grauman's Chinese and stuff.
The little Jolie-Pitts got to meet the undead extras while holding hands with their mom and dad. The production will reportedly move later in the summer to Glasgow, Scotland, where we can only hope Maddox, Pax and twins Knox and Viv will get to peep some bagpipe zombies.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: U.N. goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie visits refugees at a detention center for asylum-seekers in Malta on Sunday. Credit: Jason Tanner / U.N./Getty Images