Mark Wahlberg on 'Instant Family'; Carrie Ann Inaba Says Film Peeked Interest in 'foster class'
Co-stars Mark Wahlberg and Isabela Moner discuss their film "Instant Family," based on a true story written and directed by Sean Anders after he and his wife decided to adopt a teenager and two other siblings. Wahlberg shares, "It starts out really fun and then reality sets in. They get to the point, 'we gotta get rid of these kids'... I didn't think too harsh because my wife says that all the time about our own kids. But then they really fall in love with these kids to the point where they're going to fight to become a family. It's really an emotional and funny and wildly entertaining movie that we're really in desperate need for, and I haven't seen a movie this uplifting in a long time." Carrie Ann reveals, "I've considered adopting and I saw the movie and went to the website afterwards because I want to take the class. I want to take the foster class."
Air Date: Nov 14, 2018