The Oscar winner, 42, who brought Pax as her date to the Golden Globes on Jan. 7, has been introducing her son to important people in the industry. “He’s already getting some interest from Hollywood agents!” the source adds. Angelina has vowed to do everything she can to make Pax’s dream come true, but she does have one request: that the 14-year-old doesn't coast on his name alone.
Angelina and Pax at the Golden Globes
The insider explains, “She wants him to take some acting lessons to make sure this is something that he really wants.” And Pax has agreed. “He wants to be a big star someday.” According to the insider, Angie is “telling everyone that he wants to follow in her footsteps.”
The second oldest Jolie-Pitt kid is not starting off with a blank slate. He voiced the character Yoo in Kung Fu Panda 3 and made a blink-and-you-miss-it appearance in Maleficent. Pax also helped out behind the scenes on Angie's 2017 movie, First They Killed My Father, as part of the camera and electrical crew. The Golden Globes-nominated film is about human rights activist Loung Ung, who recalls the horrors she endured as a child in Cambodia under the rule of Khmer Rouge.
With an already impressive resume, it looks like this teen is well on his way to super stardom. Who knows, he may just outshine his parents!