The dapper actor took the lead and held his girlfriend's hand for the opening of The Land Of Blood And Honey.
But according to a source at the New York premiere held earlier in the week, Brad refused to pose with Angelina's older brother James Haven.
The whole family turned out to support the actress on the red carpet because Ange wrote and directed the film but Brad couldn't have tried harder to keep away from James.
By the time the Hollywood premiere came round, Ange and Brad were all smiles again.
They must have been proud of colour co-ordinating their outfits.
Ange looked stunning in a strapless floor-length gown and bouffant hair.
Brad donned a smart three-piece suit for the occasion, teaming the sophisticated look with a pair of trendy specs and long locks combed behind his ears.
The film chronicles the romance between a rape and kidnap victim and one of her captors set against the backdrop of the 1990s Bosnian Civil War.
Jolie and the producers of the film, which is set to be released on December 23, have been sued by reporter James Braddock ? who claims the movie violates copyright of his 2007 book The Soul Shattering.
In the suit, filed in Illinois last Friday, Braddock alleges he met Edin Sarkic, a producer on the film, in 2008 to talk about the possibility of turning his book into a film but nothing came of the discussions.
Braddock is seeking statutory damages and an injunction against the film.