Pitt, Jolie in Japan; Theron Helps Fight AIDS
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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and three of their six children arrived in Tokyo on Sunday (July 28). The A-list couple was in Japan to promote Pitt's "World War Z," while Jolie was set to deliver a speech at Tokyo's United Nations University. Hordes of fans waited at the airport to welcome the couple to Japan.

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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and three of their six children arrived in Tokyo on Sunday (July 28). The A-list couple was in Japan to promote Pitt's "World War Z," while Jolie was set to deliver a speech at Tokyo's United Nations University. Hordes of fans waited at the airport to welcome the couple to Japan. Charlize Theron was in South Africa on Monday (July 29) to meet with the country's president, Jacob Zuma. Theron, who is a U.N. Messenger for Peace, discussed ways to improve the struggle against HIV and AIDS, particularly among young girls. The Academy Award winner also pledged to use her civil organization, 'Africa Outreach Project,' to help in the country's AIDS prevention efforts. Johnny Depp might soon be hanging up his hat. In an interview with the BBC, the actor said he may retire from acting. Depp told a reporter that he wouldn't drop out any second, but that it's "probably not too far away." The statement comes as Depp's latest film, "The Lone Ranger," continues to earn disappointing numbers globally. Finally, "The Wolverine," was the winner at the weekend box office. The Hugh Jackman film slashed its way to a 55 million dollar haul at North American theaters. The film, which cost an estimated 120 million to make, is Jackman's sixth film as the ageless mutant.