Her fiancé Brad Pitt has been supporting her after she underwent a preventative double mastectomy following the discovery that she had an 87% chance of developing breast cancer.But on Sunday night, it was Angelina Jolie's turn to support her partner, as she attended the London premiere of his new movie World War Z.Looking stunning in a floor-length black Yves Saint Laurent gown, Angelina said as she walked the black carpet at the Empire cinema at Leicester Square: 'I'm here for Brad. I'm so proud of him.'Scroll down for video Angelina also said she was 'feeling great' as she posed up alongside her fiancé, adding she was 'proud ' of the response to her article about cancer preventative surgery.'If it did some good then I'm pleased', she said as she walked into the cinema.
Supportive: Angelina Jolie goes ahead with missing her aunt's funeral as she turns up to support Brad Pitt at the premiere of his movie World War Z in London on Sunday evening
The actress spent twenty minutes signing autographs. She joked, 'I'm a director', as she took cameras from fans and took their photographs and video shots.
Closer than ever: Angelina recently stunned fans by revealing she has undergone a double mastectomy after being told she carries the BRCA1 cancer gene
Big cheers: The couple were met with rapturous applause as they made their way to the Empire cinema in Leicester Square
Together: The Salt actress lost her aunt Debbie Martin, 61, last week following a battle with breast cancer just a fortnight after undergoing her own operation
Angelina missed her beloved aunt Debbie Martin's funeral in San Diego to support Brad at the screening.Debbie's husband Ron told E! News ahead of the premiere: 'We are making the final arrangements for the funeral as we speak. But we expect it to be this Sunday at noon at El Camino Memorial in Sorrento Valley near our home.'Angelina will be in London on Sunday so she won't be able to attend but she has been in touch with us and with various other members of the family, which has obviously been lovely and has meant a lot to us.'
Brad Pitt said Angelina Jolie's surgery brought them closer
Family affair: The couple posed with Maddox and Pax once they'd worked their way through the crowds and into the Empire
Brave face: The Hollywood star decided to fly to London with Brad while the funeral was going on so she could support him at the premiere
Angelina and Brad co-ordinated in matching black ensembles for the premiere, with Angelina wowing in her black silk gown and Pitt looking dapper in a suit with a casual T-shirt underneath.One fan handed her a fluffy teddy and later she gave it to Sophie Martinez, aged four, who promptly burst into tears.
In sync: Both Angelina and Brad held hands and smiled widely as the fans met them with loud screams on Sunday evening
Applauded: Angelina received a very warm reception as she made her first red carpet appearance since revealing all about her operation
'Our hero': The fans gathered around to give Angelina a warm welcome as she opened up about her recent surgery
'So proud of him': Angelina told reporters on the black carpet that she was there to support Brad and 'felt good' after her recent health scare
'It's a nice teddy', Angelina told her soothingly.Sophie's parents Douglas and Tatiana, Brazilian students living in Putney, said they were so touched by Angelina's gesture towards their daughter.
Big smiles: Jolie's pride was evident as she ensured she supported Brad at the world premiere of his movie
Ode to her aunt? Both Angelina and Brad wore black, while the carpet was turned black on the day of her aunt's funeral
Feeling the love: She made sure she greeted the screaming fans, who lavished her with gifts during the evening
United: Angelina grinned as Brad planted another big kiss on her cheek, showing off his delight at her being there
Jessica Chastain, however, skipped the carpet to attend the film. She and Brad were in The Tree of Life together.Pitt told BBC News as he spoke ahead of the screening: 'I think it's pretty much the most intense film you're going to see all summer.'The night before on Saturday Brad made an impromptu visit to the first preview screening of World War Z in one of the Empire's smaller screening auditoriums.
Close: The pair couldn't keep their hands off each other as they greeted their fans and posed for photographs
'I feel great': It's the first public appearance Angelina has made since undergoing the double mastectomy and she told reporters she was feeling good since the op
He told the audience: 'This has been a long time coming'.He was clearly referring to the film's problematic production with costs rumoured to be in the two hundred million dollar plus range.He added: 'I'm willing to bet that this is the most intense film you've seen all summer.'He wasn't wrong there!
Strutting their stuff: Brad looked cool in his aviator shades as they arrived at the cinema together
Healthy and happy: Angelina looked on good form and spoke of 'proud' she is of the response to her article about cancer preventative surgery
Packed out: Hundreds of fans crammed into the area to try and get a glimpse of the Hollywood stars making their big appearance together
This reporter found himself grabbing his son's arm when the gruesome got even grosser.But, then it's a Zombie movie with a capital Z. Those living dead dudes sure know how to make you sit up in your seat with a jolt.To be sure, some of the dialogue is cheesy summer fare like hero Brad's screen wife, played by Mirelle Enos intoning, 'I remember what it did to you last time', as she pleads with hubby not to go off and battle the Zombies.
Greeting her fans: The couple made sure they spent time working their way around the crowds to hand out autographs
Monochrome: Brad Pitt poses up with his female co-stars Mireille Enos and Daniella Kertesz, who both wear matching white
Reunited: Pitt looked suited and booted as he was joined by the girls, as well as director Marc Forster and actor Ludi Boeken
Yet it's not the mega-flop poor old Paramount Picture had feared.Nor is it the worst movie ever made as some would have had us believe.It's, actually, good, entertaining nonsense.
Matching: Mireille and Daniella held hands and smiled as they took their turn in front of the cameras
In the theme: It seemed all of the stars had got the memo and either turned up in white or black outfits, including the likes of Kimberly Wyatt and Natasha Bedingfield
Date night: The former Pussycat Dolls star brought her boyfriend Max Rogers along to check out Pitt's latest film
Standing out: Kimberly ensured all eyes were on her in her plunging white suit while she accessorised with bright red lipstick
Cheeky: Iggy Azalea also turned up in all white as she showed off her booty in a figure hugging bodycon dress
Curves: The platinum blonde star poured her figure into the skintight frock as she made her entrance to the premiere
Providing the entertainment: Muse gave the premiere a rocky edge as they prepared to perform at an after show
Often it's possible to sit through a summer blockbuster without having a clue as to what was happening on screen. Not so WWZ. The plot's comprehensible.Dunderheads could follow this film.And, let's be honest, these summer movies are made for dunderheads.WWZ has turned out to be the summer's biggest surprise.It's going to be a smash, too.
Causing a stir: The band, led by Matt Bellamy, happily posed for photos before sauntering inside to take their seats
Joining in: Idris Elba and Richard Buckley also showed up, albeit in very different styles of outfit
Proud: Producer Dede Gardner was seen sneaking into the cinema ready to gauge the audience's reaction
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt allowed two of their children to see the PG15 World War Z.Brad admitted that it's 'going to be the scariest movie of the summer' but he was happy for two of his brood to watch it.Maddox,11 and Pax, 8, arrived at the Empire, Leicester with nannies and assistants.The two children mixed with friends at a pre-screening champagne reception.Following the premiere Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had a rip-roaring encore to the world premiere of movie World War Z -- a concert by rock group Muse in the Household Cavalry Barracks in Whitehall.
Ladies' night: While Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt stole the show, the rest of the stars still stood out as they made their big entrances
Splash of colour: Ludi Boeken brought his daughter Julia Levy-Boeken along, who brightened up proceedings in an electric blue dress
Angelina said she was 'very happy' with the reaction to the screening at London's Empire cinema.Angelina said: 'I came to support Brad. That's what we do, we support each other through good and bad'.The film has suddenly gone from being one of the summer's potential disasters to the must-see film drama of the season.
What they do best: Muse rocked out at the Horse Guards Parade on Sunday night after the world premiere of World War Z
Getting the crowd going: The free concert was to promote the new blockbuster film , although its star Brad Pitt was elsewhere
Even a rival studio head noted that the film will be 'huge' at the box-office and for once the executive looked as if she meant it.Angelina observed that one of the key elements Brad wanted in the film 'was a sense of family'.She's right because amongst all the mad mayhem of the walking dead taking over the world the hero, played by Brad, wants to get home to his family.The Brad and Angelina family plan to visit Paris next followed by other global cities before winding up in New york for a huge gala in Times Square where a Z -shaped carpet will be laid.World War Z opens in the UK on June 21.
In the spirit: Matt Bellamy gave his usual level of high energy to the performance following the Leicester Square event
Giving it a miss: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie decided to skip the concert and instead headed to the Haymarket Hotel for dinner
Protective: Brad kept a tight grip of his fiancée as they headed out
Back to work: Brad Pitt as he appears in the film, about a United Nations employee battling to save the world from a zombie apocalypse
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