The 22-year-old actor graduated from the Marshall School of Business at USC this week and took to social media to celebrate.
“I went to college for four years… #Fighton,” he shared with a pic of him and his friends.
Arnold shared on his Instagram account to his son, “Patrick, I’m so proud of you. You have grown into a great man – physically and mentally – and I can’t wait to see what you do next. Congratulations. I love you.”
Patrick added later to his parents Maria Shriver and Arnold, “Wouldn’t be anywhere without these two. Thank you for everything and love yah both.”
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Amy opened up about the mixed response her hit film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has received.
“That’s life, right?,” Amy told MTV. “I mean, you want people to like you but like, what is that? I sort of follow Taylor Swift at that point, you know? I’m just gonna shake, shake, shake it off. We could all learn from Taylor Swift, but really it’s kind of what you have to do. I try to acknowledge what people think, I don’t just ignore the opinions, but at the same time I can’t change whats already been done.”
Amy Adams @ CinemaCon 2016 | MTV News
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Jada Pinkett-Smith happily strikes a pose with her mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones while attending the U.S. premiere of Debbie Allen’s Freeze Frame held at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday (February 4) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Freeze Frame will take audiences on a rollercoaster ride through some of LA’s toughest streets where gangs, poverty, violence, and drugs are an everyday reality.
“It’s like all these souls keep speaking to me and it’s like we’ve got to do something about it,” Debbie told THR. “Yeah, people should be able to have guns. But let’s do it in a safe way. Let’s be reasonable and let’s give some more education and opportunity, and help people that are in need who become desperate.”