Brad Pitt is very proud of his new film, "World War Z," but don't expect his daughters to see it any time soon.
"If it's got Selena Gomez in it or something they'll be interested in it," he told Access Hollywood at the Times Square premiere of "World War Z" on Monday night. "I gotta work on that for the next one."
But while the little girls in his life won't be seeing the film, his sons were proud that dad was a part of a zombie flick.
"I earned some points with them and they gave it a thumbs up," he said.
Brad's New York City premiere came after weeks spent globetrotting to promote the film, turning up at screenings across the world.
"It's been a long process and it deserves it. It's so much fun," he said. "It's the most intense thing you're gonna see all summer. We want to make sure that people know that and enjoy it."
And, the actor was impressed by the fan turn out in Times Square.
"This is fantastic. I've never quite seen anything like it," he told Access.
Angelina Jolie wasn't with Brad on the red carpet, but he shared an update on her health situation.
"She's doing great," he said.
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