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Angelina Jolie: Toy Store with Zahara & Shiloh!

Angelina Jolie: Toy Store with Zahara & Shiloh!

Angelina Jolie brings her girls, Zahara and Shiloh, to a toy store on Tuesday (July 26) in the Richmond borough of London, England.

Both Zahara, 6, and Shiloh, 5, held hands with mom as they left the store – and it looks like everyone had a great time on their day out!

On Monday, Angelina brought Z and Shiloh as well as 3-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne to the London Aquarium.

The Jolie-Pitt family is in town while papa Brad Pitt films scenes for his latest project, World War Z.

FYI: Angelina is wearing Dolce&Gabbana 2098 sunglasses.

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# 1

first?
tehy are so cute!!!

# 2

SECOND! LOL!

# 3

Shiloh’s such a cutie–always looks like she’s having a blast!

# 4

Sweet! Adorable and lucky little girls!

# 5

Shiloh loves her costumes.

# 6

Is Shiloh a boy? Sorry, I just don’t keep up with all the kids she keeps adopting…

# 7

Why are we seeing these guys everyday all of a sudden?

# 8
andamentothat @ 07/26/2011 at 10:38 am

PRICELESS.. they all look adorable :) I am channeling Ange’s dress sense today.. the same ensemble !

# 9
do your eyelids hang low? @ 07/26/2011 at 10:43 am

Did anyone see the new wax figure of Brad? It looks just like him even has his old man drooping skin that hangs over his eyes. lololol

@jules: And why is that a problem?

@do your eyelids hang low: can you find a man, other than Johnny Depp, who is as HOT as Brad Pitt, at his age? Hey, why don’t you post a picture of your man. I guarantee he’s not half the hottie Brad is. Only in your dreams, beeotch.

do your eyelids hang low? @ 07/26/2011 at 10:55 am

@CCcat: I agree. how could anyone find someone hotter than this http://oi51.tinypic.com/2chnz0g.jpg impossible because that is so HAWT!

Beautiful girls Angie,Shiloh and Zahara.I love them

you can tell @ 07/26/2011 at 10:58 am

Zee hates Shi

The trolls are out in full force. Oh well their pain brings me much much pleasure. Bwahahahaha!

“Shut yo mouth you obnoxious white girl?”

bradangelina @ 07/26/2011 at 11:01 am

lovely !!!

Is Shiloh auditioning for “The Music Man”?

TO Fake :
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS.
MAKE MONEY TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR DIRTY MOUTH AND FAT BODY.
MAKE A FOOL OF YOURSELF.
WASH YOUR DIRTY MOUTH EVERYDAY.
I HOPE YOU’RE AN EDUCATED HUMAN BEING.

“How in the world did I end up here in the midst of all these attention seeking white fools”.

happy kids

Shi is so full energy and apparently in great mood!
Angie used to say that Shi is the clown in the house, which didn’t register with me, now it does.
In the recent outings, Shi has been so happy and bright and looks like she talks up a storm, just like Violet is always laughing and interacting with Jen G.

Thank you JJ, these pictures brighten my day already!
Last and never the least, dear Zee is always the coolest!

Cold Hard Math @ 07/26/2011 at 11:10 am

Moneyball will be @ TIFF

“Moneyball,” “Descendants” Among Toronto Film Fest’s First Batch of Announced Titles
by Peter Knegt (Updated 22 minutes ago)
“Moneyball,” “Descendants” Among Toronto Film Fest’s First Batch of Announced Titles
Bennett Miller’s “Moneyball.” Sony.

Brad Pitt, Lars von Trier, Tilda Swinton, Cameron Crowe, Madonna, Sarah Polley, Juliette Binoche, Alexander Payne, Kristin Scott Thomas, Fernando Meirelles, Jane Fonda, Mia Farrow, Ryan Gosling, Elizabeth Olsen, Seth Rogen and George Clooney are among those with films heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this year.

Check out the complete list of announced titles here

At a press conference today in the Canadian city, festival co-director Cameron Bailey was on hand to announce the first batch of TIFF’s 36th slate (which is expected to eventually be made up of 250 or so films as the film slowly announces their schedule). Among them, the world premieres of Rodrigo Garcia’s “Albert Nobbs,” Bennett Miller’s “Moneyball,” Sarah Polley’s “Take This Waltz,” Fernando Meirelles’s “360,” Alexander Payne’s “The Descendants,” Bruce Beresford’s “Peace, Love & Misunderstanding,” Luc Besson’s “The Lady,” Roland Emmerich’s “Anonymous,” Jonathan Levine’s “50/50,” Jay & Mark Duplass’s “Jeff, Who Loves at Home” Derick Matrini’s “Hick,” Cameron Crowe’s “Pearl Jam Twenty,” and Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Woman in the Fifth.”

Another world premiere will open the festival, U2 documentary “From The Sky Down,” directed by Davis Guggenheim. This marks a departure for the festival, which typically opens with Canadian and/or narrative films.

“For the first time in 36 years the Toronto International Film Festival will open with a documentary,” said Cameron Bailey, Co-Director of the Toronto International Film Festival. “Davis Guggenheim returns to the Festival with his powerful marriage of music and film that honours U2’s talent, dedication and music. We look forward to sharing this film with audiences on Opening Night.”

The world premieres join a slew of films that will or have screened elsewhere first, including Venice premieres “The Ides of March,” “Shame,” “W.E.,” and “Killer Joe,” Cannes holdovers “Melancholia,” “We Need To Talk About Kevin” and “Where Do We Go Now?,” and Sundance’s “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” “Take Shelter,” and “Like Crazy.”

“The international scope and diversity of voices in these programmes are impressive and inspiring,” said Piers Handling, Director and CEO of TIFF in a statement. “We eagerly anticipate welcoming these filmmakers and their provocative works to Toronto and sharing them with audiences in September.”

“These films showcase powerful performances delivered by actors who are in a class all their own, including Antonio Banderas, Juliette Binoche, Ryan Gosling, Woody Harrelson, Vanessa Redgrave and Tilda Swinton to name a few,” said Cameron Bailey, Co- Director of the Toronto International Film Festival, in a statement. “We hope our audience will be as impressed as we were.”

Check out the complete list of announced titles with descriptions here, and check back with indieWIRE for coverage from the press conference and more titles as they come in.

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