Barbra Streisand, 76, and stepson Josh Brolin pucker up for a kiss
Josh Brolin and his stepmother, Barbra Streisand had fun together recently at the premiere of Sicario: Day of the Soldado. The pair took adorable pictures where they puckered up for a kiss.
Streisand took to Instagram to share images of the sweet moment. She also shared a family picture with her husband and her stepson's wife.
Josh Brolin, 50, was recently in Los Angeles for the premiere of his new movie Sicario: Day of the Soldado. There he took time to take a few silly pictures with his stepmother, Streisand, 76, at Westwood, California's Regency Village Theatre.
The legendary singer married actor James Brolin, 77, in 1998. Josh also took a family picture with James, Streisand, and his pregnant wife and model Kathryn Boyd, 31.
On Instagram, Streisand congratulated her stepson on his movie which is a sequel to 2015’s Sicario. Besides celebrating Josh’s film, Streisand and James will also celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary this summer.
‘Super proud of my stepson @JoshBrolin at the premiere of his new movie @sicariomovie last night. Fantastic film and great performance honey.’
Barbra Streisand, Instagram, June 27, 2018
Josh recently told SiriusXM's EW Radio Spotlight that his stepmother has been enthusiastic with tips and advice when it comes to his forthcoming child. 'She is really into it and I love that she is into it; I mean, it’s like very typical Jewish grandmother who is saturated by this event - it’s awesome,' he shared.
He revealed that his wife had gotten Streisand a bracelet that said ‘Grandma’ on it. Josh shared that his stepmother started crying.
Josh was previously married to actress Diane Lane from 2004 to 2013. He then married actress Alice Adair from 1988 until 1994.
This would be his third child, as he's already a father to son Trevor Brolin, 30, and daughter Eden, 24, from his marriage to Adair. The forthcoming child will be the first one for Boyd.
In Sicario: Day of the Soldado, the Oscar-nominated actor reprises his role as federal agent Matt Graver. In the movie, he forms a pact with Alejandro (Benicio) amid a drug crisis at the border between the US and Mexico.
The film will hits theaters on Friday.