Brad Pitt is learning a thing or two from his partner Angelina Jolie and their six kids, like how to use an iPod correctly.
"They're so beyond me in technology, it's hard to keep up,” he tells Rolling Stone. “Our seven-year-old was searching the word 'weapons' on Google the other day and ended up on some white-supremacist site. I'm sure now we're on all kinds of watch lists."
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Gracing the magazine’s cover (which comes out Dec. 12), Pitt, 44, makes several revelations about his family life and his work as an actor.
The “Benjamin Button” star, whose performance in the film has garnered serious Oscar buzz as well as several award nominations, says his favorite film that his partner Angelina Jolie made has to be “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.”
“Because, you know … six kids. Because I fell in love.”
The actor also defended Jolie’s character, saying that a New York Times article that depicted her as “manipulative” was unfair.
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“I get defensive. [They're] talking about not only the woman I love, but one of the people on this planet who I have the greatest respect for. I think she's as honorable as anyone I've ever met."
And Pitt is taking care to ensure that he spends as much time enjoying his life with his family.
"Angie and I do not fight anymore," he says. "What occurred to me on this film, and also with the passing of her mother [actress Marcheline Bertrand in 2007], is that there's going to come a time when I'm not going to get to be with this person anymore. I'm not going to get to be with my children anymore. Or friends, people I love and respect. And so, if we have a flare-up, it evaporates now."