"Madd was there while we were filming [Mr. and Mrs. Smith]," she says. "So he was a part of it"

By People Staff
Updated November 24, 2008 09:25 AM

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s kids haven’t seen most of their movies, because the brood is “a little young.”

But when they get a bit older, there’s one film in particular Jolie can’t wait to show them.

“I’m looking forward to them one day discovering Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” she told the the U.K.’s Mail on Sunday‘s You magazine. “They’re going to have a great laugh – to see when their parents actually met, and watch them fall in love and try to kill each other!”

The screening should be particularly poignant for Jolie’s oldest, seven-year-old Maddox.

“Madd was there while we were filming, so he was a part of it,” she told the magazine. “It’s pretty extraordinary.’

Jolie also opened up about her emotionally charged role in The Changeling, in which she plays a mother whose young son goes missing. Losing a child is a fear Jolie – and all mothers – can relate to.

“I love Brad and if anything happened to him it would wreck me,” she explained. “But if anything happened to my kids …. It’s something I can’t even think about, it’s so upsetting.”

The Oscar-winner also said she based the role on her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, who died last January of ovarian cancer.

“I look more like my mom as I get older …,” Jolie said. “Now, when I look at myself, I just see somebody at peace, and I see a mom, and I see my own relatives in my face – and that’s a kind of beauty that exists for everybody and doesn’t disappear.”

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