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Brendan Fraser on Ellen

04/04/2006 at 04:16 PM ET

Apl_30_critics_choice_1 Brendan Fraser was on the show yesterday, but we missed it. Luckily, CBB readers Joy, Hayley, Jessica and Rosalia had recaps for us. Brendan shared a photo of his two sons Griffin and Holden, and then told a story about the youngest, Holden. Apparently the toddler likes to name anything he can, and when Brendan’s wife Afton pointed to herself, Holden called out, "Boobies!" Oops!

Brendan also mentioned that he can’t officially say that there’s a third Mummy movie on the way, but that he’d love to do one because there’s another baby on the way and he needs money! He did not, however, mention a due date. Afton is assumed to be in her third trimester by now, judging from photos we saw during the winter.

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Yes Brendan did say that he and his wife are expecting again. He showed pictures of sons Holden and Griffin (who are really adorable) and talked about how his younger one names everything that they point to and when his mother pointed to herself and said, “what’s this?” the boy replied, “boobies!” :)


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