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A single dad navigates fatherhood after his wife passes away.
Fatherhood Release Date
In Theaters: January 15, 2021
Starring: Kevin Hart, Anthony Carrigan, Alfre Woodard
Written By: Matt Logelin (novel), Dana Stevens (adaptation)
Directed By: Paul Weitz
Produced By: Marty Bowen, Kevin Hart, Peter Kiernan
Distributor: Sony Pictures Releasing
IMDB: Fatherhood on IMDB
Latest Fatherhood News
pop Jul 19, 2012 Mack Rawden NBA Legend Dennis Rodman Meets Dad After 42 Years Six years ago, NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman was given a chance to see his estranged father during a trip to the Philippines. The rebounding machine decided against it. Earlier today, however, he had a change of heart. Following an NBA alumni game alongside fellow greats like Scottie Pippen and Mitch Richmond, Rodman shook his dad’s hand and chatted with him about life.
pop Jun 9, 2012 Mack Rawden Chris Bosh Asks Judge To Let Him Take Daughter To Olympics Ordinarily, mothers complain about fathers not spending enough time with their children or not paying child support, but in the case of Chris Bosh’s ex Allison Mathis, she’s displeased about the amount of time the Miami Heat star wants to spend with his three-year-old daughter. By order of the court, Bosh is reportedly entitled to spend twelve days a month with the little girl, but he recently took Mathis to court claiming she only gave him twenty-two hours total in February.
pop May 12, 2012 Mack Rawden Chris Hemsworth Is A Father Chris Hemsworth might make his living pretending to crush people with his gigantic arms, but for the next few years, he’s going to have to fight that impulse. Reckless smashing and newborns don’t typically go together, at least outside of Asgard.
pop May 6, 2012 Mack Rawden Jay-Z Tells Oprah He's Already Worried About Blue Ivy Being Spoiled Just a few days ago, Jessica Simpson’s fiancé Eric Johnson was declared the best father by the couple’s friends after less than a week of parenting Maxwell. Jay-Z too has a high profile newborn he’s now legally responsible for, but his outlook seems to be a whole lot more self-deprecating and a whole lot less congratulatory.