Brad Pitt 'World War Z' Premiere in Russia, Spends Day With Daughters Shiloh & Zahara [PHOTOS]
on Jun 21, 2013 04:53 PM EDT
Brad Pitt is now in Russia to promote his new movie World War Z, and the actor brought along his daughters Shiloh and Zahara.
The 49-year-old actor spent the day with his two girls on Friday. The star wore all gray paired with sunglasses while Shiloh, 7, wore dark shorts and top and her 8-year-old sister was in a colorful outfit.
The father of six held both of his daughter's hands as they walked the streets of Russia. See a photo of the three here.
The actor has traveled to several countries over the past few weeks to promote the film, which hit U.S. theaters on June 21.
On June 2, Pitt attended World War Z's premiere in London where he walked the red carpet with his fiancé Angelina Jolie. That was the actresses's first public appearance since she announced in May through an op-ed in The New York Times that she had undergone a double mastectomy.
Two days later, Pitt walked the red carpet at his movie's premiere in Berlin, Germany. The actor was once again accompanied by Jolie who wore an eye-catching Ralph & Russo white dress.
Pitt flew back to the states and had the New York City premiere of the film on June 17. The actor drew a huge crowd at Times Square.
"We're not doing this small," he told The Associated Press in regards to the large audience. "We're going big this summer."
In the action film, Pitt plays a United Nations investigator who is on a mission to save humanity from zombies that could destroy the world.
The movie, however, opened to mixed reviews by critics. While some said it's entertaining and keeps the viewer guessing, others said the zombies are boring and called the horror scenes typical. Read the reviews here.
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