He does not want to wait until July to see Spider-Man Homecoming!!
Not the reaction I was expecting!
Of course, it helps when you win the kid lottery!
In her first red carpet since giving birth to baby Dimitri four months ago, Mila appeared at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Tuesday to talk about a possible Bad Moms sequel.
But before her panel, the actress gushed to E! News about how good Wyatt was with her baby brother:
Christina El Moussa is kind of in hot water! And she's not in a jacuzzi! Ha! (We are hilarious).
Anyway, the Flip Or Flop star has been getting some flack for a mother-daughter matching bikini picture posted to her Instagram Thursday featuring her daughter Tay and their new French bulldog puppy Cashie. A sprinkled donut also makes an appearance.
She posted the image with the caption:
"Welcome to the family!!@cashiethefrenchbulldog 🐶 Click link in my bio!! 👙🍩"
Commenters immediately went in, arguing over the appropriateness of the photo, presumably because they didn't think it was okay for a 7-year-old to be in a bikini.
Check out some disapproving comments (below)!
Scarlett Johansson has undoubtedly worked hard to get to where she is in her career — and she's not about to be career-shamed by her estranged husband, Romain Dauriac!
As you know, the couple is in the midst of a messy divorce as they try to figure out custody of their two-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy.
In a recent statement released by Romain's lawyers, the French journalist claimed to have not only been blindsided by the actress' filing, but that he was also "tired" of bringing the toddler to various movie sets:
"Mr. Dauriac is tired of having to run his life and his child's life based on Ms. Johansson's shooting schedule."
That's kinda what you signed up for, buddy! But we digress…
On Thursday, the 32-year-old appeared on the talk show Lorraine via satellite — where she seemingly made a jab at her ex while expressing how important it is for her to have her daughter see her in action:
Ryan Reynolds isn't going to sugarcoat parenthood for you.
Because apparently, having children is anxiety-inducing — even for movie stars!
The actor talked about being a dad at the SXSW premiere of his new movie Life over the weekend, and admitted that raising kids gives him a wee bit of anxiety.
Speaking to ET's Carly Steel the 40-year-old said:
"I think you're just more desperate in everything you do cause you're like, 'I've got 10 minutes to do this, and then I gotta get home for a thing, and a thing, and a thing…'"
Reynolds confessed that all those fatherly "things" tend to add up, continuing: