The 36-year-old Australian actress brought Olive, 4, and Elula, 1, to an amusement park for a day of fun on Wednesday. After the girls took flight for plane and helicopter rides, they climbed aboard a train for a choo-choo adventure with their famous mother. The "Wedding Crashers" star smiled happily as she sat aboard the mini-train, then later bought treats for the girls at a park shop.
Like her husband, Fisher's trip to Cannes is a working holiday. She's promoting her animated film "Rise of the Guardians" and attended a press conference with Alec Baldwin and Chris Pine to discuss the flick, which will be out around Thanksgiving. The movie is about four guardians — Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and the Sandman — who fight to save the children of the world from an evil spirit, voiced by Jude Law. It's a movie she will most likely able to enjoy with her two daughters!
In a new interview with the BBC, Fisher noted that life with her artistic husband, who is known for his method acting, "is not a normal life to lead." She said: "Obviously, it's not pleasant to say to your husband — instead of 'Did you pick up the dry cleaning?' or 'Did you pick up someone from a play date?' — 'Oh wow are we getting sued? Has anyone put a death threat on us?'" Regardless, she fully supports his endeavors, including "The Dictator." "I love it. It's the funniest movie he's made, I think by a long way, and it's also really sweet. There's a love story and I like to see him, like in 'Hugo,' showing that side of him. Creatively it's great."
More Celebrity Features on Yahoo!:
- First Look at Snooki's Growing Baby Bump!
- Celebs Go Country for Movie Roles
- Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Her Bathing Suit Body in New Photo Spread
- Arts & Entertainment
- Isla Fisher