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Celebrity Kids Who Look Exactly Like Their Famous Parents




Reese Witherspoon and Her Daughter Ava Phillippe

Reese Witherspoon and Ava Phillippe

Looks like a Legally Blonde star Reese Witherspoon knows how to deceive time – she is getting more and more beautiful every year. Yet she found another way to preserve her youth – in her daughter Ava. One might even think that it’s her twin sister – so astonishing is the resemblance.


Ava is Reese’s eldest daughter from her first marriage with Ryan Phillippe. They met at Reese’s birthday party in 1997 and had been happily married for 12 years. They divorced in 2006, and though they were going through some serious personal crisis at that time, both their kids, Ava and her younger brother Deacon, stayed in a good relationship with their father, Reese has never stood in the way of their spending time together. Now Ava and Reese seem to have a really close bond, Instagram mother-and-daughter photos keep appearing on both Instagram accounts.

Tom Hanks and Colin Hanks


Like father, like son – no wonder one of the world’s most loved actors Tom Hanks gave life to such talented children. Colin is Tom’s eldest son from the first marriage. His mother, also an actress, had been married to Toms Hanks for 9 years before they divorced in 1987. Colin followed his famous father’s footsteps in becoming an actor.


He has also tried himself in producing a couple of times, and though he is not as famous as his father yet, his career looks quite promising.

John Travolta and Ella Bleu


Ella is John’s second child. After his first serious relationship with actress Diana Hyland, who had died of breast cancer, and a long break from any serious contacts, John married another actress, Kelly Preston, who he is still happy with, though not without the help of regular marriage counselling, as John recently confessed. The couple had three kids: the eldest son Jett, who tragically died at the age of 16, daughter Ella, born in 2000, and another son Benjamin.


John’s children are not public people, little is known about their personal life, which is a good sign since they are still too young. Ella’s only significant appearance in public was on on Ellen Degeneres show in spring 2016.

Jennifer Garner and Violet Affleck

Jennifer Garner and her daughter Violet Affleck

Violet is one of Garner’s daughters from her 10-year marriage with Ben Affleck. Before Affleck Jennifer has already been married, but Ben turned out to be the main person in her life and the father of all her 3 children: daughters Violet, Seraphina Rose and son Samuel. Their divorce was not an easy break up. Rumor has it that Affleck was cheating on his wife with their nanny, though Ben denies everything and Jennifer says they had been separated long before the nanny scandal and that this was not the reason of the break up. No matter what happened between the two, Jennifer never speaks bad of her children’s dad. She admits he was the main love of her life, he gave her three wonderful children and there is nothing to regret.

Michael and Cameron Douglas


This story of a father-and-son relationship is actually a sad one. Cameron is Michael’s son from his almost 20-year marriage with Diandra Luker. Despite being born in a nice family, with the father who could give him literally anything he needed, Cameron chose the wrong way in his life. After having appeared in 4 pretty successful movies Cameron gave up his promising career for another passion, which turned his life in a completely different direction.

In 2009 Cameron was arrested for drugs possession and distributing. This episode brought to surface a real problem the young actor, as it turned out, had been facing for many year. It has been his third arrest for drugs offence since 1999, but this time it got pretty serious. He was first put under home arrest, but after his then-girlfriend had brought cocaine hidden in the electric toothbrush to his apartment, he was sentenced to real prison term. With all additional terms for drugs smuggling inside the prison he was eventually released in August 2016, having spent 7 year in prison, two of which on solitary confinement. Michael must have gone through a lot during these years, but he has never been too hard on Cameron, admitting it was mostly his own fault as he wasn’t a good father enough to notice his son was in trouble.



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Kanye West gifts Uganda’s President pair of Sneakers



Kanye West presents  a pair of white sneakers to Uganda’s  74-year-old leader, president Yoweri Museveni during a visit to the East African nation.

President Yoweri Museveni says he and the American rapper held “fruitful discussions” about promoting tourism and arts.

West and his wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, have been vacationing in a national park in Uganda. He is said to be recording music in a tent.

Uganda’s presidency released photos of a hoodie-wearing West meeting Museveni at the State House on Monday and exchanging gifts.


Excited tourism officials see the visit as an endorsement of the country’s tourism potential.

Uganda’s government has been criticized over its treatment of a local pop star-turned-opposition lawmaker, Bobi Wine, who alleges torture by security forces. The government denies it.


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‘Venom’ devours the box office competition In its second week in theaters






Basically, Venom is a box-office juggernaut every bit as intimidating as its title character.

Although Venom earned relatively poor reviews, it still stayed ahead of critically praised musical drama A Star is Born for the second week in a row. The latter film found itself in second place among the weekend’s top ten movies again, but word-of-mouth buzz suggests that — like Venom — it isn’t slowing down any time soon, either.

# Title  Weekend    U.S. Total 
1. Venom $35.7M $142.8M
2. A Star is Born $28M $94.1M
3. First Man $16.5M $16.5M
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween  $16.2M $16.2M
5. Smallfoot $9.3M $57.6M
6. Night School $8M $59.8M
7. Bad Times at the El Royale  $7.2M $7.2M
8. The House With a Clock in its Walls  $3.9M $62.2M
9. The Hate U Give $1.7M $2.4M
10. A Simple Favor $1.3M $52M

Three new releases finished in the weekend’s top ten movies, with Damien Chazelle’s biopic of Neil Armstrong, First Man, sliding into third place with a $16.5 million premiere. The film earned good (but not great) reviews from critics, and got a warm (but not too warm) reception from general audiences, so it will be interesting to see how it performs when compared to his two previous, Oscar-nominated films: La La Land and Whiplash.

In fourth place at the weekend box office was family-friendly horror sequel Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, which was panned by professional critics and did just okay with audiences (to the tune of 41-percent positive reviews and a “B” grade, respectively). The first Goosebumps movie had a $23.6 million opening weekend, so the second installment appears to be experiencing some growing pains — but with Halloween approaching, it might get a late holiday bump.

Finally, ensemble film Bad Times at the El Royale debuted in seventh place with $7.2 million in US theaters.

Unfortunately, the opening weekend news wasn’t all that positive for Bad Times, which stars Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, Jon Hamm, Jeff Bridges, and Nick Offerman, and is the second feature from The Cabin in the Woods director Drew Goddard. Despite decent, 70-percent positive reviews, the film earned a problematic “B-” grade from audiences, which suggests that the people buying tickets for the film didn’t exactly love it.

Coming up this week is the holiday-themed Halloween, which serves as both a sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 film of the same name, and a reboot of the long-running franchise. Also premiering this week is the directorial debut of Jonah Hill, whose coming-of-age drama Mid90s is earning significant praise already. Quirky ensemble comedy An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn also arrives in theaters.


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