Kristen Wiig Revealed The Names Of Her Twins In The Credits Of “Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar”

February 16, 2021 / Posted by:

Kristen Wiig‘s new movie, Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar is the most random movie on Earth and I happen to have watched it literally last night. I absolutely laughed but I don’t know why. It’s one of those. And in her new movie, Kristen dropped the name of her secret twins in the end credits. Look at Kristen dropping off Easter Eggs like she’s J.J. Abrams or Taylor Swift.

Kristen and writer/actor/producer/director Avi Rothman welcomed twins via surrogates last year and we didn’t know until the twins were born. Kristen and Avi also got secret married at some point. Being the expert secret keepers that they are, Kristen and Avi kept the details of their children to themselves including their names. Well, Kristen seems to have decided it was time for the world to know her children’s names.

E! News says that in the credits of Barb and Star there’s a special thanks section in which Kristen names her husband and two others: Luna & Shiloh. Either Kristen is thanking Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s daughter Luna, and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s daughter Shiloh for some reason, or Luna and Shiloh are the names of her twins. It’s probably that since Kristen’s co-star and co-writer, Annie Mumolo, also thanks her kids in the credits. Here’s a screengrab courtesy of ONTD:

Here’s a trailer for Barb and Star, and the only thing you really need to know about the movie is that Jamie Dornan dances around on the beach like Zac Efron singing Bet On It. It is absolutely fucking bonkers, but he does a better job than he did in that Imagine video:

Imagine being a celebrity and not exploiting attention from your babies to make a dollar? Kris Jenner has never been more shocked in her entire life. When her family members have babies it’s time for an 11-minute YouTube video complete with ads and links to the Kylie Cosmetics store. Excuse me?! If you aren’t making money off a baby you are losing money on a baby!

Pic: YouTube

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