Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie’s Son, Pax Suffers Leg Injury In Thailand; Cause Still Unknown
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s 12-year-son, Pax’s right leg was injured during his holiday break in Thailand. But Pax was fortunate that his leg was saved anyhow from a big suffering. However, the reason behind this injury is still unknown.
It is said to be absolutely a family tour, as Brad and Angelina are escorted by their children (Vivienne, Knox, Shiloh, Zahara, Pax and Maddox) to Southeast Asia including the countries like Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.
According to Independent.ie, the Hollywood’s famous couple recently moved their family-team to Cambodia, where Angelina is busy in shooting her new film titled “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia.”
“(The plot) is adapted from human rights activist Loung Ung’s memoir about the Khmer Rouge genocide in the south-east Asian country during the 1970s,” the source said.
Maddox with his younger brother Pax, who was adopted in 2001 from a Cambodian orphanage, recently joined to mom’s new production and working on the film. Pax is gathering experience from the photography department whereas Maddox is in the research team.
“Pax is doing a lot of the stills (photography), the whole movie is from a child’s point of view,” Jolie said.
Maddox was not new in taking this responsibility, as he earlier worked as an assistant in the previous production set of the movie “By The Sea”, where Brad Pitt and Jolie both were featured. However, she is even sure that Pax and Maddox are kept away while shooting intimate scenes. During the fight or intimate scenes, they are usually redirected to some other responsibilities but still they manage to read the script anyhow.
A few days back, before the ongoing family trip, Pitt and Jolie had a romantic tour in Vietnam. They were spotted kayaking into caves in Ha Long Bay.
“They look happy, they were holding hands, laughing,” said by an observer to People Magazine.
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