When Anna Faris and Chris Pratt announced their split in 2017 after eight years as a couple, fans were in shock. However, they are co-parenting their 10-year-old son, Jack, who recently shocked Faris herself with a creative insult he learned on TV.
“I am much more relaxed [about showing my children the movies I’m in]. I shouldn’t be,” Faris told E! News Monday. “Apparently my son said the other day – and he said it on TV, I guess – but in front of kids he said, ‘Suck my balls’.”
The “Scary Movie” star tells E! News that she wasn’t there when Jack insulted the TV but another parent was. Faris, who stars in upcoming R-rated film ‘The Estate’ alongside Toni Collette, said parenting his son was “awesome” nonetheless.
“I love having a 10-year-old boy,” Faris told E! New. “He’s hysterical. And I feel like a kid myself. So maybe he’s just elevating. So we’ll see how it goes. How he turns out. I I’m crazy about him. I can’t wait to catch him. Every day.”
Faris opened up about co-parenting with Pratt on a 2019 episode of “Divorce Sucks!” podcast.
“I think we’re so kind and respectful to each other,” Faris said, according to People, “and I think there’s so much kindness and love out there, and I know we want to achieve that. ultimate, and I know it sounds lame and optimistic, but that’s what I want.
Colette, meanwhile — who shares sons Sage Florence and Arlo Robert with husband Dave Galafassi — told E! News “there are very few [films of mine] that my children can see.
The ‘Hereditary’ star added how happy she was that Faris agreed to play her sister in ‘The Estate.’
Written and directed by Dean Craig, “The Estate” revolves around two desperate sisters determined to become the beneficiaries of their wealthy, terminally ill aunt.
Collette told E! News that it “wouldn’t work if the sisters didn’t have this love for each other” and Faris’ casting sealed the deal. She said “it was so easy and so natural” and he felt like they barely rehearsed.
“I just hung on to her,” Faris told the outlet of Collette. “I was like, ‘How much can I touch her, how much can I disturb her? Love me.'”