Congratulations are very much in order for Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher.
The beloved couple has welcomed its second child into the world!
Hooray! Huzzah! So totally awesome, right?
A representative for the actress and actor has confirmed that Kunis gave birth to a boy on November 30, although that is the only detail made known to the public at the moment.
We’ll let you know as soon as a name and/or any measurement intel is release.
The newborn joins two-year old sister Wyatt Isabelle as offspring of Kunis and Kutcher, who have done an admirable job of keeping their first child shielded from the spotlight.
Good luck finding photos of Wyatt anywhere online.
It’s almost as if Kunis and Kutcher care more about their little girl’s privacy and well-being than any attention or money they could earn off her existence.
It’s safe to assume this will also be the case for the couple’s son.
But while we don’t know a great deal about their kids, we do know that Kunis and Kutcher positively adore parenthood.
“The one topic of conversation we had even prior to ever having kids was always, ‘How do you raise a child to not be an asshole?’ ” Kunis said in August, adding:
“It’s a matter of teaching them from a very early age that, you know, ‘Mommy and Daddy may have a dollar, but you’re poor.'”
There was also the time Kutcher appeared opposite Ellen DeGeneres and simply gushed over Kunis as a mother. And we mean GUSHED.
“She’s the greatest mom I can’t even… like I go to work every day and I come home and she’s like perfect. And it just seems like everything went amazing,” the actor said two years ago.
“And I know that something probably didn’t go amazing, but she never tells… it’s unbelievable. She’s incredible.”
Kutcher and Kunis have also drawn praise for not hiring a nanny to help child rear, a decision Kutcher explained in that same interview thusly:
“We just want to know our kid,. We want to be the people that know what to do when the baby’s crying to make the baby not cry anymore.
“We want to know, like when she makes a little face or something we want to be emotionally in touch with her and I think the only way to do that is by being the one who’s there.”
Such a simple way of putting it, and yet such a spot-on explanation.
Kunis and Kutcher got married in July of 2015, months after becoming first-time parents.
They confirmed that they were expecting again in June, with Kutcher spilling the gender beans during a chat this fall with Savanna Guthrie on NBC.
“I’m a little terrified to be honest,” Kutcher admitted to The Today Show host, smiling and confessing: “It’s intensely scary.”
Two kids instead of one? We’re sure it is. That’s, like, twice as many children as they had before. Talk about a challenge!
As for the name of their son?
Go ahead and take a guess.
As for photos of their son?
Do not go ahead and hold your breath awaiting some to be released. That would be a dangerous game to play.
An office manager (T.J. Miller) throws a wild Christmas party in the hopes of finalizing a deal with a big-time client (Courtney B. Vance). If the party is unsuccessful and the client gets away, the manager’s boss and older sister (Jennifer Aniston) will close the branch and lay off all the employees. Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, Kate McKinnon co-star in this holiday comedy directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi
The 37-year-old Passengers actor admits that it took him time to finally come to terms with the death of his father, Dan Pratt, who died in 2014 after a long battle with multiple sclerosis.
Pratt, who found out of his father’s passing while filming Jurassic World, says it wasn’t until he began filming Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 that he forced himself to fully digest his feelings.
“The truth is I ripped open some wounds that had been healing for some time,” Pratt said in an interview with British GQ, which hits newsstands on Dec. 5.
“And I didn’t want to. But I knew it was right for the moment…There are wounds that are never going to be totally healed,” he continued. “It would probably make for a better story if it was some emotional thing that I hadn’t dealt with.”
“When we face the death of a parent, you sometimes feel regret that you didn’t fully embrace what you had,” he added.
In a previous interview with GQ last year, Pratt explained why he decided not to openly talk about his father’s death.
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“I knew being the lead in the movie that I was really responsible for everybody’s attitude, and so I compartmentalized it all and dealt with it in my own way, but not openly for people to see,” he said. “I got pretty angry and got drunk and almost got in a fight with a drug dealer outside of my hotel room.”
“He was a hard worker,” he gushed. “My brother and I talk about it. Part of us appreciate that he made us tough, you know, through sort of emotional scarification.”
Joe McKnight, a former NFL running back who also starred at the University of Southern California, was shot and killed in a road rage incident in New Orleans on Thursday.
The fatal incident took place at 2:43 p.m., with many witnesses actually on the scene.
One of them told TMZ that McKnight tried to apologize to the other man involved in some kind of altercation, only for the man to pull out a gun and shoot him.
“I told you not to f-ck with men,” the shooter allegedly said to McKnight while standing over his body, prior to firing another shot into the ex-New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs player.
Police say they have apprehended a 54-year old suspect named Ronald Gasser.
He surrounded to authorities at the scene.
Cops also say McKnight was NOT armed at the time he was killed.
“At approximately 2:43 p.m. today we received a call of a shooting that occurred here at Holmes [Boulevard] and Behrman Highway (in Terrytown),” Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said via statement.
“Our officers arrived on the scene and immediately began giving CPR to an individual who was shot and lying on the ground, with EMS and others assisting at this location.
Mr. Gasser did, in fact, shoot Mr. McKnight. We will be releasing additional details as we get through these interviews with these witnesses. Mr. McKnight did not have a gun in his possession.
The tragic news has spread quickly around the sports world.
Those who played with McKnight or knew of him from Louisiana mourned the loss on social media:
McKnight was born in River Ridge, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans, and starred at John Curtis Christian High School.
He was selected by New York in the fourth round of the 2010 draft.
“Joe McKnight was a loving father and a genuine, kind-hearted person,” the Jets said in a statement, adding:
“It is sad when life is taken in what appears to be such a senseless act of violence. Joe, you will be missed.”
McKnight – the second former NFL player to be killed in a road rage incident in 2016, following the shooting of Will Smith. played in the CFL this season, with the Edmonton Eskimos and Saskatchewan Roughriders.
He was still listed on their active roster at the time of his murder.
May Joe McKnight rest in peace.
Rosewood Season 2 Episode 9 was titled “Half-Life & Havana Nights.”
What actually transpired during the hour? Scroll down and find out!
Rosewood and Villa went to Cuba to follow the threads of Gerald’s case, yet this only served to raise more questions about what happened to Amelia’s body and the truth about Gerald’s daughter, Michelle.
Meanwhile, TMI called on her old roommate, Dr. Daisy Wick, for assistance in making sense of the evidence.
Where did things go from there? How did the hour come to an end?
Here’s a pretty lame video of Justin Bieber showing his fans who is boss and that he won’t put up with being touched by them, despite having his window down while driving through a crowd of them, because he’s consistently entitled and bratty about celebrity – since he’s always had it – and all he needs is a nice boycott to put him in his place. The second his concert sells zero tickets is the second he stops being a pain in the ass.
Miley Cyrus‘ little sister Noah is stepping into the spotlight.
A spy tells Page 6 she was at V Magazine this week trying on clothing for a shoot with style guru Stephen Gan and top fashion photographers Inez and Vinoodh.
“The shoot was done in a really sophisticated way, all natural, looking clean, cool and chic,” said the insider.
Unlike her sister, “There was no tongue out. No twerking.”
Mini Miley has a song and video that’s on V’s site. It’s called “Make Me (Cry)”. Oh and she’ll be in its Jan./Feb. issue.