The animated movie hits theaters on September 23. Here’s the synopsis: “Storks have moved on from delivering babies to packages. But when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby.”
FYI: Jennifer is wearing a Valentino dress, Gianvito Rossi sandals, a Celine bracelet, and an August ring and earrings.
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Meanwhile, Ariel‘s Modern Family co-star Sarah Hyland was spotted shooting scenes for the show’s upcoming season with her TV dad Ty Burrell.
The cast recently celebrated the birthday of their five-year-old co-star Jeremy Maguire and Ariel posted a sweet photo of them together saying, “Happy birthday to my baby @superjmaguire ❤️❤️ Love you munchkin!”
Ty Burrell is all smiles while hitting the blue carpet at the Australian Premiere of his latest film Finding Dory held at the Event Cinemas George Street on Wednesday (June 15) in Sydney, Australia.
“I’ve been wanting to earn points with them so I’ve been telling them at every opportunity that I’m in Finding Dory. It doesn’t seem to be registering,” the 48-year-old actor expressed on Jimmy Kimmel Live when referring to his daughters Greta and Frances.
Will Ferrell is dapper in a suit while attending Jhpiego’s Laughter Is The Best Medicine Benefit 2016 held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Monday (May 23) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 48-year-old actor was joined by Modern Family stars Julie Bowen – Visionary Award honoree – and Ty Burrell, as well as comedian Natasha Leggero at the event held to help prevent the needless deaths of women and families.
The story of Jhpiego is the story of change: by placing resources and skills into the hands of the people, you can change the health of a mother, the future of her children, her community and the world.
Jhpiego, Creating Change That Will Save Lives
FYI: Julie is wearing a Lela Rose dress.
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