After a whirlwind weekend in London, the Jolie-Pitts are stateside again. Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and their son Maddox Jolie-Pitt arrived at LAX on Monday, just two days after they all met up at a London airport. The family was in England for the BAFTA Awards, where Brad took home a masked trophy when 12 Years a Slave won best film. It's been a jet-setting month for the whole family, too — a little over a week ago, they returned from an extended stay in Australia, where Angelina was directing Unbroken. The film's first trailer — which details former Olympian Louis Zamperini's inspirational story of survival — debuted during the Olympics, and it is set for release this Christmas.
With the Oscars coming up in two weeks, the Jolie-Pitts have a reason to stay in LA. Brad isn't up for any solo awards, but 12 Years a Slave has a handful of nominations, including the coveted best picture. If Angelina's acceptance of her honorary Oscar in November is any indication, they may make the annual award season event a family affair.