Well, we guess this means those pictures were real!
We're talking full frontal. Full. Frontal.
[Image via Justin Bieber/Instagram.]
We love seeing Jack Black being an amazeballz father just like anyone else would love it — but there comes a time when a little privacy is in order!
Like pizza time!
Jack didn't look too happy to see the paps snapping photos of him and his son Thomas enjoying a slice of pizza together (during a break from LASER TAG!!), but we suspect it's more because they're eating right in front of a sign that says NO FOOD PERMITTED ON THE PATIO and they don't want to get caught!
How dangerous and anti-establishment of them!!
If it were up to us, all patios would be open to food. There's nothing wrong with eating outside!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
It looks like Jack Black is putting the band back together!
The 2003 comedy School of Rock is about to turn 10 years old, and the hilarious comedian and his fellow cast mates decided to celebrate the occasion by having a little reunion in Austin, Texas!
The whole gang was there, but we couldn't help but notice that some of Jack's bandmates looked a bit different than the pint-sized rockers who blew our minds on the big screen a decade ago!
Miranda Cosgrove posted tons of pics of the reunion (below), and if they're not enough to make you feel old, we don't know what will!
After screening the movie, the band decided to grab their instruments and put on a show, and although they might look different, they still rocked harder than ever!
Ch-ch-check out Jack and the School of Rock jamming to a little AC/DC …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
We think we just found our favorite new actress!!
Matthew McConaughey's mom Kay Mcabe is an actress too!
And the woman is FIERCE!!!
Check out the clip (above) of her giving us a sneak peek of
Many celebs came out in the cold rain Sunday night to support the 16th Annual P.S. Arts "Express Yourself" event at Barker Hangar in the Santa Monica airport.
Jack Black arrived, bringing his son Sammy, while other celebs like Lisa Kudrow and Adam Scott also came out to to lend their support.
The program raises awareness for California public schools that are severely lacking in the arts department.
It's such an important cause! Kudos to all those who came out and supported the program.
[Image via WENN.]