Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt plan to take their children trick-or-treating.
The Hollywood couple - who have three adopted children, six-year-old Maddox, three-year-old Pax and two-year-old Zahara, as well as 16-month-old biological daughter Shiloh - are determined to do 'normal' things with their
kids, despite forever being in the spotlight.
Angelina told OK!: "I've made a point not to let the
press attention change the way that I live my life, other than carefully planning my holidays.
"I think that the only time that it's hard is when the kids want to go somewhere and want to see something. I've had so many people offer to take my children to Disneyland or places that I can't take them and they don't understand how upsetting that is, or take my kids trick or treating or take my kids to do whatever - things they assume my kids can't do.
"So we plan to find ways to do all those things. There are worse problems and so we're OK."
The Oscar-winning actress says she and Brad celebrated Halloween last year by dressing up the children in an Indian hotel room.
She revealed: "Last year we were in India and so we had this really odd celebration in the hotel. We just had candy and costumes sent up from the States and so Zahara had a really big afro and Maddox had dreadlocks. We tried to explain to them what it was, but we just had some fun with dress up."
Meanwhile, Brad and Angelina's decision to adopt a white pit bull puppy has sparked concerns for their children's safety.
Pit Bull Rescue Central advised: "Bringing a juvenile pup into a home with young children may not be ideal."
Brad was spotted with new puppie Lennie on the New York set of his latest movie Burn After Reading.
A source said: "He looks very cute now, but when he gets older he could be dangerous."
Pit bulls are considered dangerous and in Britain certain breeds are even banned under the 1991 Dangerous Dogs act.