The "Parenthood" star gushed about meeting the A-lister at this year's Academy Awards saying, "I'm facing Kristin getting to my seat and she starts pulling my leg, and she goes, 'He’s talking to you. He's talking to you!' And I turn around and Brad Pitt is talking to me from four rows up! He goes, 'We love your movie.'"
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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard started this movement after Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry testified before the California State Assembly Judiciary Committee on Public Safety to enforce stricter paparazzi laws for the protection of public figures’ children.
They’ve always been critical of the celebrity photography industry, and Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard went toe-to-toe with two representatives from the paparazzi realm.
During a debate on “Access Hollywood,” the “Veronica Mars” starlet and her “Without a Paddle” husband faced off against Steve Ginsburg and Christian Zimmerman from AKM/GSI and things got pretty heated.
They made headlines for encouraging their Twitter followers to boycott certain magazines that expose celebrities' children, and now Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard explain their stance.
During an interview with TODAY, the "Frozen" beauty and her "Parenthood" hubby stated that while they understand the price of being famous, they also believe their daughter, Lincoln, shouldn't suffer for it.
As famous faces like Ben Affleck and his wife Jennifer Garner continue to speak out against paparazzi’s targeting of celebrity children, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell announced their support for the cause on Monday (January 27).
Irritated by the lack of privacy for his daughter Lincoln, Dax took to his Twitter account and asked his devoted fans and followers to boycott magazines that pay for the photos of celebrity children.