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Hugh Jackman & Family Have Denver Pride

Hugh Jackman & Family Have Denver Pride

Hugh Jackman, wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their children Oscar, 8 1/2, and Ava, 3, were mobbed by fans and autograph seekers after leaving Madison Square Garden on Sunday. The family of 4 watched the New York Knicks lose to the Denver Nuggets, 117-110. Oscar was showing his support to Denver by wearing a Nuggets jersey.

Hugh has been busy promoting Baz Luhrmann’s romantic epic Australia for the past six weeks. While the film attracted mixed reviews, Hugh’s performance as The Drover was generally praised by critics. And next year promises to be big for the Australian-born actor. In February, the father of two will host the 81st Academy Awards.

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Nicole Appleton & Son Have A London Lunch Date

Former All Saints singer Nicole Appleton, and her seven-year-old son Gene Gallagher grabbed some lunch together Sunday afternoon in London. Dad is Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher.

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Jennifer Garner Is Still Pregnant!

Jennifer Garner Is Still Pregnant!

Jennifer Garner and her adorable daughter Violet were spotted at the Farmers Market in the Pacific Palisades on Sunday morning. The very pregnant actress seems to have mastered the art of balancing her 3-year-old on her full term tummy!

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Amanda & Frances Enjoy Sunny Beverly Hills

Amanda & Frances Enjoy Sunny Beverly Hills

Amanda Peet was photographed with her 1 1/2-year-old daughter, Frances, at Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills on Saturday.

The mother-daughter duo were spotted at this popular park just a few weeks ago.

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Ryder Robinson Hits The Slopes

Ryder Robinson Hits The Slopes

Son of actress Kate Hudson and musician Chris Robinson, Ryder Robinson – who is just a few days shy of his fifth birthday – plays in the snow with his ski instructors in Aspen.

Melanie Griffith and her family have also been seen in Aspen this holiday season.

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Brad Pitt On Family Life: “This Time Together Is Extraordinary”

Brad Pitt’s latest film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, about a life-long romance between a man who ages in reverse (Pitt) and a woman (Cate Blanchett), set the record for the second-highest Christmas opening of all-time at $11.8 million. Brad recently opened up about the film and his extraordinary life.

On aging: “Once you hit 40, you start reexamining the math of it all,” said Brad, who turned 45 on Dec. 18. “I’ll trade wisdom for youth any day.”

On whether Benjamin Button is, in the end, a tragedy: “It’s a tragedy in the sense that any love involves loss, and that’s the risk you take. And the greater the love, the greater the loss. I certainly feel that now with the woman I’m with, and the children that I have. But whatever the course may be, this time together is extraordinary.”

On life before Angelina and the kids: “I had a whole other life and I got to experience a lot. And I probably got away with more than I should. And it kind of ran its course, you know, it kind of hit a dead end.” [Fatherhood is] “the direction I always thought I would go in. But not until, with Angie and it felt like a natural evolution, a natural direction.”

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On the state of the nation: “America’s known for our ingenuity. We put a man on the moon, for Christ’s sake. And it’d be a shame to lose that definition because of some kind of fear of losing what we were, or what we had. That’s the quickest way, I think, to end it all. We’re going to be all right.”

On one of the great messages from the film: “Another thing the film points to – you meet someone who is maybe in their 60s, 70s, even 80s, and you meet them as that person, anyone beyond the age of retirement, so to speak. And you seldom realize they had a whole life of experience. They were just as virile and ingenious and capable as you believe yourself to be.”

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