Brad Pitt was in a noticeably great mood Wednesday night while promoting his new film "Fury" in our nation's capital, even mentioning his recent wedding to longtime partner Angelina Jolie!
When asked how his six kids feel about their parents finally tying the knot, the hunky actor told reporters, "They like it, they like it."
All of the children played major roles in the big day with Maddox, 13, and Pax, 10, walking their 39-year-old mom down the aisle, while Shiloh, 8, and Knox, 6, served as ring bearers and Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, threw petals.
And although the "Fight Club" star remained vague on the family's upcoming plans for Halloween, the 50-year-old did say, "We’re overseas [and] we’re going to do something there for the kids."
Set in WWII, "Fury" chronicles the deadly mission of an allied crew and their Sherman tank as they attempt "to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany."
Brad was understandably concerned with what veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces would think of the war drama.
“It’s a big honor for us and the true test will be after the film," he shared. "They spent a lot of time with us and shared their stories with us, and I hope they see something from that in tonight’s viewing.”
So is the Oscar winner, who executive produced the movie, feeling the pressure to deliver? “No, I feel the responsibility," he clarified. "But I feel confident.”
"Fury" opens in theaters on Oct. 17.