Tots line up for a peek at their favorite 'Son'
HOLLYWOOD — Party revelers dotted the Grove on Sunday as New Line’s “Son of the Mask” unspooled for the kiddie crowd.
Stars Jamie Kennedy and Alan Cumming, as well as director Larry Guterman, mingled among the anklebiters, who were probably too young to remember Jim Carrey’s first un-“Mask”-ing 11 years ago.
Cumming, who’s making a name for himself with the younger set by co-starring in both “Spy Kids” flicks and “The Flintstones in Rock Vegas,” says his nieces and nephews are very impressed with his work.
“I’m their favorite uncle,” he said over a slice of pizza.