Angelina Jolie, daughter Vivienne attend ‘Reefer Madness’ premiere after kids ditch Brad Pitt’s last name

Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne attended the opening night of “Reefer Madness: The Musical” in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The 15-year-old rocked the red carpet in a black vest, matched with wide-leg trousers and Converse sneakers.

Her mom wore a black suit and sunglasses, completing her look with a white graphic t-shirt featuring a tie.

The mother-daughter pair posed for photos with Kristen Bell, who starred in the 2005 film adaptation of the 1998 stage musical and also appears in the new 25th anniversary revival.

Jolie’s outing with Vivienne comes on the heels of the teenager and her older sibling Shiloh both dropping their dad Brad Pitt’s last name.

Vivienne, who was born Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, made headlines Sunday for being featured on the Playbill for “The Outsiders” on Broadway, on which she worked as a production assistant.

Just one day later, Shiloh, who was also born with the surname Jolie-Pitt, filed court documents on her 18th birthday to legally drop her father’s nickname.

A judge has yet to grant the request.

Notably, Vivienne and Shiloh’s 19-year-old sister, Zahara, called herself “Zahara Marley Jolie” while shouting her name at an Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority induction ceremony in November 2023.

Jolie, 48, and Pitt, 60, are also the parents of Vivienne’s twin brother, Knox, as well as sons Maddox, 22, and Pax, 20.

Their eldest reportedly only uses the “Fight Club” star’s last name in legal documents.

The “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” co-stars split in 2016 and were declared legally single three years later — but are still embroiled in a contentious legal battle.

Jolie told Vogue in September 2023 that she and her children had “a lot of healing to do” after the divorce.

The little ones were present during the infamous plane crash in 2016, which led to the separation of Jolie and Pitt after 12 years together.

The actress claimed in an FBI report released in 2022 that her then-husband “pushed” her, ran “to [one of their kids] like he’s going to attack” and damaged the plane with spilled wine and beer.

A source close to Pitt told Page Six at the time that the “Maleficent” star’s claims were “completely false.”

The “Bullet Train” actor talked about his sobriety journey in 2017, admitting to GQ Style that he was “really, really happy to be done with … running away from feelings.”

Pitt is currently dating Ines de Ramon, and the pair reportedly moved in together earlier this year.

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