Angelina Jolie snapped at a reporter when asked about the new addition to her latitude and longitude tattoo, which tabloids speculated had something to do with another child adoption.
Jolie and Jack Black were being interviewed by Extra about their film Kung Fu Panda 2, when the question turned to Angelina’s 14 tattoos.
Jolie has tattooed on her arm the latitude and longitude of the birth place for each of her six children.
Maddox, 9, was born in Cambodia; Pax, 7, in Vietnam; Zahara, 6 in Ethiopia, Shiloh, 4, in Namibia and twins Vivienne and Knox, who are 2 in France.
The added tattoo was spotted last month as Jolie toured a refugee camp on the Tunisian-Libyan border, sparking speculation about an adoption.
But Jolie, 35, tersely laid that notion to rest, although she smiled throughout the interview.
“Well, if they know it’s latitude and longitude, they would have figured out it was Brad’s birthplace,” she said.
For the record, that would be Shawnee, Oklahoma. The longitude and latitude is 35° 19′ 38″ N / 96° 55′ 30″ W.
“It doesn’t take much investigation to figure that one out,” she added.
Angelina also ruled out another adoption, at least, in the near future. She said it wasn’t a possibility “at this time.”
Ironically, “Kung Fu Panda 2” touches on adoption’ and Jolie said she was nervous about how her mixed family would deal with “such a heavy issue.”
“The kids loved it!” she said with an air of relief.
“They laughed out loud, hysterical.”
“We talk very openly in our house. Orphanage and birth parents are happy words in our house.”
The question comes up about five-minutes and 26-seconds into the interview. Watch it below.