Jordana Brewster’s Sons Have Sibling Rivalry: ‘Lethal Weapon’ Actress Says Elder Child Is ‘Gunning For Attention’
Jordana Brewster is no stranger to the concept of sibling rivalry. In fact, her young sons are currently getting a dose of what minor sibling rivalry is.
Brewster and her husband, film producer Andrew Form, have two sons, 3-year-old Julian and 3-month-old Rowan. The "Lethal Weapon" star recently talked to People about her elder son competing for attention at the Alliance of Moms Presents Raising Baby event in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday, Sept. 24.
"But then if it's time for Mommy to feed the baby at 9 p.m., Julian wants to be there. Julian wants to be picked up. He's definitely gunning for attention right when the baby needs attention. It's tough," Brewster said, as quoted by People.
Despite this little issue, Julian is a "really good" and "very, very sweet" big brother to baby Rowan, Brewster revealed in an interview on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" in September. She recounted how Julian immediately asked for his baby brother when the couple went home from the hospital.
The 36-year-old actress also opened up about the challenges of juggling parenthood and her career at the same time. Brewster admitted that she becomes forgetful nowadays, which is a stark contrast from what she used to be when she was still studying and working.
The "Fast & Furious" franchise star recounted how she used to be so organized with her schedule -- complete with different colored highlighters and markers and all that. Now, it's "really easy for things to get out of hand because there's so much to juggle," but Brewster still thinks that her new life is "awesome."
In her interview with "LNSM," Brewster also shared that Julian learned how to say the F-bomb and uses the inappropriate word a lot of times. The American-Brazilian beauty admitted that her older child got the habit from her own potty mouth.
Like many young boys his age, Julian is a fan of superheroes, particularly Wonder Woman. The child has also requested for a Batman villain Bane costume for Halloween.
Brewster did not reprise her role as Mia Toretto in "Fast 8," which recently wrapped filming. "I am not in it so far, but we will see," the actress said, as quoted by Cinema Blend.
Brewster's character is tied to the late Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner, who obviously cannot return, so it makes sense that Mia will be missing from the action as well. "Fast 8" will feature returning cast members Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, and Dwayne Johnson, SlashFilm reported.