If there's one thing Hollywood thrives on (other than money and surgically enhanced beauty), it's nepotism.
Walt Disney Studios has confirmed that 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt -- daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie -- will play a minor role as the child version of Princess Aurora in "Maleficent," the upcoming movie about the "Sleeping Beauty" villain. Jolie, of course, stars as Maleficent, and Elle Fanning will play the older Princess Aurora.
A bit of nepotism at play here? We'd say so. But Jolie herself was born into Hollywood royalty. The daughter of "Midnight Cowboy" star Jon Voight, she nabbed her first role in her dad's flick "Lookin' To Get Out" when she was only seven.
Angie and Vivi aren't the only movie stars to get a little "help" from their famous relatives. Will Smith's kids Willow and Jaden are blazing their way through the entertainment biz, and Tori Spelling and Miley Cyrus certainly got a little "boost" when they were young.
From Vivienne to Willow to Emma Roberts, let us know: Which celeb kid had an unfair advantage?