Unlike his other wax figures, this one features Pitt with numerous wrinkles and longer, thinner hair.
The tribute to Jolie, meanwhile, honors her youthful appearance. It's dressed in a black and blue replica of the red and white Atelier Versace gown the actress wore to the Golden Globes in January 2012.
The couple's wax figures have also been featured at Madame Tussauds in Hollywood and Las Vegas. In July 2006, two months after the Mr. & Mrs. Smith costars welcomed daughter Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, the museum debuted a mold in the infant's likeness at its New York City location.
Pitt's first wax figure was unveiled in August 2004 along with a mold of then-wife Jennifer Aniston. Each came with squeezable bottoms and stroke-able silicone chests as part of the Mr. and Mrs. collection. Unlike some stars, the former couple did not get officially measured or attend the unveiling.
Madame Tussauds wasn't the only company to fete Pitt's 50th birthday. AARP featured the Fury star on a mock magazine cover and announced that the "acclaimed actor, producer, humanitarian and family man" had joined the club.