AceShowbiz - Angelina Jolie had a sentimental night at the Tokyo premiere of "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" as she reunited with her son Maddox, more than one month after she dropped him off at college in South Korea. The 44-year-old actress was joined by her eldest son Maddox and eldest daughter Zahara while attending the promotional event for her new movie on Wednesday, October 2.
The mother of six and her 18-year-old son couldn't hide their happiness to finally be able to see each other in person, flashing a smile as they posed on the red carpet along with Zahara. The "Salt" star was stunning in a sparkling silver fringed gown with a halter neck, teamed with silver pointed shoes. She accessorized with a pair of big earrings.
Zahara matched her mother in a black halter neck number. She showed her more mature side in the cleavage-baring number which also featured a sheer skirt with lace detailing. Maddox, meanwhile, opted for a semi-casual style in an all-black outfit consisting of a T-shirt, jacket and ripped jeans. He sported black-rimmed glasses and thin mustache for a more mature look.
Angie previously teased about her upcoming reunion with Maddox at the L.A. premiere of "Maleficent 2". "He's good," she said when asked about her son. "But he's flying to meet me in Japan. So I am two days from my hug." When asked if she was counting down the minutes until the hug, she replied, "Yes ... He's great. I know he is solid, he's fine, but I need it."
"The Eternals" star also turned the September 30 special screening into a family event as she took five of her children to the event. Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 13, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 11, went color-coordinated with their mother in black numbers for the occasion.
Angie dropped Maddox off at Yonsei University International Campus in Seoul, where he is studying biochemistry, in August. She recently told Entertainment Tonight about seeing her kids growing up, "I just sent one off... I'm so proud of him. I'm so excited, I feel like my world expands as their world expands. I learn so much from them and I love this stage."