Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts Reunite at Son's 10th Birthday


Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts Reunite at Son's 10th Birthday

It’s been 10 months (to the day) since Liev Schreiber and Naomi Wattsannounced their split after 11 years of partnership. Both stars appear to have moved on romantically, but the former flames came together for their son Alexander “Sash” Schreiber‘s 10th birthday yesterday.

The doting dad, who was spotted with Gerard Butlers ex Morgan Brown earlier this year, took to Instagram to post the birthday reunion, showing the parents helping cut their son’s birthday cake. In addition to the sweet photo showing the parental units teaming together for their son’s big day, the Ray Donovan star wrote, “Happy Birthday Big Boy! Finally hit the double digits!

Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber, Instagram


On Sept. 26, 2016, the couple released a joint statement, “Over the past few months we’ve come to the conclusion that the best way forward for us as a family is to separate as a couple. It is with great love, respect, and friendship in our hearts that we look forward to raising our children together and exploring this new phase of our relationship. While we appreciate your curiosity and support, we ask the press to be mindful of our children and respect their right to privacy.”

In May, Naomi, who is rumored to be dating Billy Crudup, opened up to Vogue Australia, about the state of her relationship with his former partner.

“There are good days and bad days. Liev and I are on great terms and we’re trying to do our absolute best for the sake of the children, and we hope to keep moving forward in that way. He’s fantastic dad, a wonderful, wonderful man, and we still want the absolute best for each other,” she revealed. “So, that’s pretty much all I’ll say.”

And it looks like she was right…

Over the weekend, Liev’s parenting skills got some big Internet thumbs up over the after he took his sons two sons to Comic-Con and son Kai showed up in a tiny Harley Quinn ensemble. While some bashed the actor and his young son online for wearing a female character’s costume, many more praised the proud papa for letting his son rock whatever he wanted to wear.


Published at Wed, 26 Jul 2017 19:58:20 +0000

Coke Zero Won't Exist in the Future…But a New Coca-Cola Beverage Is Coming Soon

Attention all Coke Zero drinkers: We’re sorry to inform you that this beverage will no longer be available in the future.

Coca-Cola announced today that it will be phasing out Coke Zero and replacing it with a new zero sugar coke called, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.

Over the last five years, the company has been testing Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in various foreign countries, and after seeing successful sales and response to the new recipe, Coca-Cola decided to bring the product to the United States markets as soon as August. Once Coca-Cola Zero Sugar hits U.S., Coke Zero will begin being phased out.

Coca-Cola Zero Sugar will feature fresh packaging that caters more to Coca-Cola’s classic, trademark red wrapping with black accents as opposed to Coke Zero’s black wrapping.

Still, despite the change, the replacement is very similar to Coke Zero in taste. According to Coca-Cola’s press release, the company has “made the great taste of Coke Zero even better by optimizing the unique blend of flavors that gave Coke Zero its real Coca-Cola taste.”

Industry expert and Beverage Digest executive editor Duane Stanford said, “It’s not as if it’s some complete overhaul of the formula. It’s really as much about the package redesign and repositioning as anything. One of the things they’re trying to do is make it 100% clear that there is no sugar in the product and that it is a no-calorie product.”

In fact, that’s something Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey reiterated, noting consumers were confused as to which products—including Diet Coke and Coke Zero—contained zero calories and/or zero sugar.

“Coca-Cola’s strategy, in general, is very pointed because they want to go where consumers are going,” Stanford added. “And that means offering more products that allow people to control their sugar and calorie intake.”


Published at Wed, 26 Jul 2017 19:56:51 +0000