It’s baby’s first movie — and little Gene has taste!
On Wednesday, Amy Schumer shared an adorable clip on Instagram of her 11-month-old son sitting with her husband Chris Fischer as the parents showed the boy his first movie. The film of choice for the milestone? Wes Anderson‘s 2009 family film Fantastic Mr. Fox, which stars a voice cast led by George Clooney and Meryl Streep.
Orange pacifier in-mouth, Gene appears enthralled by the TV screen as he casually plays with Fischer’s nose in the video, the dad cuddling his son while also watching along.
“First movie,” Schumer, 38, captioned the post.
A number of famous friends commented on the Trainwreck actress’ home video, with Andy Cohen writing, “Cmon!” and Mindy Kaling exclaiming, “Oh my goodness 😍.” Noting the baby’s cuteness, comedian Chelsea Handler commented: “Gene looks so clean. Only gene.”
Actress Mary Steenburgen commented, “Aww, Chris!!!! So happy for you guys! 😘,” while Glenn Close remarked that Gene will “never find another nose as wonderful. So SWEET!”
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Fantastic Mr. Fox, based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name, was nominated for two Academy Awards, including best animated feature. The stop-motion movie also stars Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Willem Dafoe.
Schumer has previously declared herself a fan of Anderson, 50, listing the director’s 2001 flick The Royal Tenenbaums as one of her all-time favorite movies.
“I can watch that any time and just cry laughing,” she told Rotten Tomatoes in 2018, also naming the kid-friendly Great Muppet Caper from 1981 as one of her high-ranking favorites films.
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Spending time at home social distancing during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic means lots of adorable social media posts from Schumer and her family.
Not only has the proud mom shared clips of her son playing, learning to walk and playing dress-up, but she also posted a video of herself taking Gene to see his grandfather while maintaining social distancing.
Last week, Schumer and her son visited her dad, who has multiple sclerosis, holding up a sign that read “Hi Grandpa! We love you,” as he looked on from behind a window.
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