Actor Liev Schreiber attended Comic-Con this year, and brought along his 8- and 9-year-old sons. The San Diego Comic-Con (which, believe it or not, used to actually feature comic books) is an annual celebrity fest these days. One such notable, Liev Schreiber, was in attendance this year, partly to promote, but also to parent.
Somebody give these kids an award! Maggie Storino and her three daughters — 5-year-old Sophia, 3-year-old Sadie and 8-month-old Sloane — have once again recreated this year’s Best Picture nominees ahead of the 88th Academy Awards this weekend. The group have been posting their adorable reenactments every year since 2011 on the Tumblr “Don’t Call Me Oscar.” It’s a good thing these kids aren’t in the actual films and that we aren’t part of The Academy because we’d never be able to choose a winner.
Liam Neeson’s ‘Taken’ character Bryan Mills has become the unlikely saviour of an exasperated father who got fed up with his messy kids. The unidentified dad used Mills’ iconic speech from ‘Taken’ to threaten his kids who refused to “put their dishes in the dishwasher” with having their wifi privileges revoked, leaving this brilliantly passive aggressive note above the sink. Shared by Reddit user labuzan the note has since been viewed thousands of time online, doubtless inspiring other antagonised dads to do the same thing. The note reads: I don’t know who you are.