But she doesn't 'encourage' Ava and Deacon to watch them: 'I think it's weird,' she says during 'MTV First: This Means War.'
By Kara Warner, with reporting by Josh Horowitz
Hopefully you tuned in to MTV on Tuesday night for "MTV First: This Means War," during which acclaimed actress and MTV Generation Award winner Reese Witherspoon presented an exclusive clip from her upcoming film and stuck around for a lengthy chat to discuss her diverse career and various leading men, the most recent being Robert Pattinson and "War" co-stars Chris Pine and Tom Hardy.
Witherspoon also talked about being a mom to daughter Ava, 12, and son Deacon, 8, and whether they have started to watch any of her movies together.
"Not really. I think it's weird," Witherspoon admitted. "I don't encourage it, but if it comes on, we'll watch it. They kind of find it entertaining. They're kind of fascinated with a movie I did when I was 14. They really want to see 'The Man in the Moon,' because that's sort of starting to be the age that they are."
Seeing as how many celeb kids choose to follow in their parents' footsteps, we asked Witherspoon if her children caught the acting bug or talked about wanting to act.
"It just doesn't enter the picture. I encourage their artistic abilities at home, but they've never said that it's anything they wanted to do," Witherspoon said.
The busy actress and mom also dished about her encounter with Kate Middleton at the California launch of Tusk Trust, an organization designed to preserving Africa's culture, back in July.
"That was very cool," Witherspoon gushed of meeting the Duchess of Cambridge. "There's such a history there, and I think there's also a fascination with [Kate]. She carries herself so beautifully, keeps her composure, and under a lot of stress, I'm just kind of fascinated with how people handle different modes and lifestyles and all that. She's very smart and sweet."
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