The Pitt/Jolie family is on the move again. Brad Pitt is reportedly planning to relocate his family to Britain while he shoots the sequel to "World War Z" next year.

The film made $500 million at the global box office, making it the most successful film of the actor's career.

All six of his and Angelina Jolie's kids - Maddox, 11, Pax, eight, Zahara, seven, Shiloh, six, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne - are home schooled, so the move won't interrupt their education. And they've spent time there in the past.

The family stayed at the Wentworth Estate in Surrey, near London, while Jolie filmed "Maleficent" in 2012. Pitt has also filmed scenes for "The Counselor" and "World War Z" in Britain.

According to The Sun newspaper: "Brad and Angelina are already planning for next year and have put the feelers out for properties. They would like to stay in Surrey like last time. Their kids are home-schooled so it won't cause much disruption."

Later this year, Pitt will spend a few months in the European country to film World War II drama "Fury."

Meanwhile, the couple is going super strong after the actress underwent a double mastectomy earlier this year. According to OK! magazine: ""Angelina felt like they had been so blessed for so long that the fairytale had to have problems at some point. Better to face it head on and then be able to live happily ever after and continue to raise their kids, get married and live their lives."