While his sons gave him "a thumbs-up," Brad Pitt's three daughters are apparently not a fan of his new zombie movie "World War Z" because it lacks the right star power.
As Pitt revealed this week, his daughters Zahara, Shiloh, and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt would apparently prefer the film if pop star Selena Gomez were in it.
“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 his film on Monday. “I gotta work on that for the next one.”
It's unsurprising that 8-year-old Zahara is a fan of Gomez, considering that mom Angelina Jolie revealed in a 2010 Vanity Fair interview that she thinks Gomez has "got an extraordinary voice." Zahara's brother Pax, 9, also reportedly has a taste for pop songstresses, particularly Rihanna.
"Pax was singing the lyrics to 'Birthday Cake' and laughing hysterically at the curse words," an insider told Star last year. According to the tabloid, Jolie has banned RiRi from her house because she doesn't want her kids to grow up as fast as she did.
Meanwhile, Vivienne, 4, is supposedly a fan of "girly girl" things.
"It's very funny for me to have to buy all things pink and watch princess movies," Jolie told Marie Claire in 2011. (You might remember that Gomez appeared in the Disney movie "Princess Protection Program" in 2009.)
Vivienne's twin, Knox, is more partial to "dinosaurs and swords," while older sister Shiloh, 7, spends most of her time riding quad bikes. What about Maddox, who has a cameo as an ill-fated zombie in his dad's new flick? Jolie told Vanity Fair the 11-year-old is "a real intellectual, which I can take no credit for genetically. He’s great at school, great at history. He feels like he could be a writer or travel the world and learn about places and things."
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