Angelina Jolie's son Maddox Jolie-Pitt recently opened up about his strained relationship with Brad Pitt in a rare interview.
According toUs Weekly, a reporter spoke to the 18-year-old between classes at Yonsei University in South Korea, asking him if his siblings Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 13 and twins Knox and Vivienne, 11 are happy that he is at college.
"Yeah, I think so," he responded.
The reporter also asked Maddox whether his estranged dad Brad Pitt was planning on visiting him at Yonsei University.
"I don’t know about that [or] what’s happening," the biochemistry student replied.
When the reporter asked him about the possibility of his relationship with Brad being over, Maddox said, "Well, whatever happens, happens."
A source toldUs Weekly that theOnce Upon A Time In Hollywoodactor learned about Maddox’s schoolingthrough the media.
Angelina took the drastic step of filing for divorce after an alleged altercation broke out between an intoxicated Brad and Maddox, while the family were travelling on a private plane.
A source toldUS Weeklythat Maddox has a particularly close bond with theTomb Raiderstar, telling the publication: "Maddox doesn’t really see himself as Brad’s son."
WATCH: Angelina Jolie 'trying not to cry' when dropping Maddox off to South Korean university
On a lighter note, Maddox - who opted to stay in the dorms at his college - also said that he was doing very well at school and that he is learning the Korean language.
On whether or not he was planning on clubbing, he said:
"I’ve got four years, so I’ll find out."
He also revealed that he was a "diehard punk fan" and that he enjoyed listening to bands like The Business and The Clash.
Maddox Jolie-Pitt has a particularly close bond with Angelina Jolie and reportedly doesn’t really see himself as Brad Pitt's son.
Angelina dropped Maddox off to college last month and reportedly spent a few days in Seoul before seeing him off.
The Maleficent actress was filmed speaking to the students at Yonsei University on his first day.
Their bond appeared to be as strong as ever, as Angelina told the students that she was "trying not to cry."