Angelina Jolie’s Party Upset & Watch Brad Pitt’s Films

Angelina Jolie “hit the roof” when partner Brad Pitt embarked on a series of wild nights out recently.

Angelina Jolie

Brad, 45, reportedly decided to spend an evening partying after the recent Berlin premiere of new movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, much to the irritation of “The Changeling” actress.

A report suggested that Brad’s glass was “always half full” during the evening, and he was often heard drunkenly exclaiming: “Wow! The Germans make the best beer in the world! One more, please!”

Source claim Angelina – who raises six children with Brad – “hit the roof” when she heard about his late night antics.

The 33-year-old actress had returned to the couple’s hotel room shortly after the premiere to get some rest.

A source explained: “Angelina was tired, so she kissed Brad good night and headed back to the Hotel Adlon in Berlin, so she could wake up at 5am to feed their six-month-old twins, Knox and Vivienne. But while she slept, Brad stayed out until 2am at the after-party at Kaisersall.”

Although Brad loves fatherhood, it has been claimed he misses the days when he was free to party whenever he wanted.

The source explained: “Brad’s pals believes that, in some ways, he misses his carefree, kid-free days – so he sneaks away for solo nights of drinking to recapture his youth.”

Meanwhile, Angelina Jolie has admitted she does not watch some of her own movies but does watch those of her husband Brad Pitt.

The actress appeared on US television show Good Morning America ahead of the Oscars, in which she is nominated for her role in the film Changeling but she admitted in the interview that the only movies she liked to watch were those of her husband Brad Pitt.

She said: “Most films I’ve seen once but there’s a film or two I haven’t seen. I like the process of doing them more than watching them. I don’t really like to watch movies. I love to watch Brad’s movies…”

She added that her acting career was fourth in her list of priorities – after being a mum to six kids, “a woman to Brad” and her charity work.

She said: “I say kids first, woman to Brad and then my work internationally; and try to educate myself and learn about the world and do some good things while I’m alive. So what is that? Fourth? I’ve been lucky to have a great career and a lot of success but I wake up every day just the luckiest mum and I don’t want to miss school lunches and things like that. I’ll work for the next few months but I think less and less for the next few years.”

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