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Look who it is! The longtime pair walked arm in arm following their romantic date night in the West Hollywood neighborhood. The Footloose actor, 61, and the Closer actress, 54, were spotted on a sweet stroll after finishing up dinner at a sushi restaurant in the area. Kevin and Kyra — who tied the knot in and share son Travis Bacon , 30 and daughter Sosie Bacon , 27 — appeared to be in good spirits as they enjoyed their alone time. For their rare outing, Kyra looked as gorgeous as ever in pumpkin-colored pants and a patterned top. She tied her look together in a black coat and matching pumps. Kevin, on the other hand, sported an all-black ensemble, including a blazer, T-shirt and matching slacks. Considering the Hollywood couple has been together for more than three decades , they sure know how to have fun. In fact, the Following actor revealed he and Kyra especially love practicing their dance moves in the comfort of their home. Kevin even quipped when asked the secret to his successful love story with the Phenomenon actress.
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Kyra Sedgwick has won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her acting, but this weekend she'll add another major accomplishment to her career: her directing debut with Lifetime's Story of a Girl. The movie, which follows a teenager's journey after her sex video goes viral, is a passion project for Sedgwick, who bought the film rights to Sara Zarr's novel 10 years ago. Read on for the mother-daugher duo's new catchphrase—"Consent should be the rule, but pleasure should be the goal"—and more.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. She may be 47 years old, but Kyra Sedgwick could have been mistaken for her daughter's sister today. The actress looked as youthful as ever as she, husband Kevin Bacon and their two adult children Travis, 23, and Sosie, 20, departed Los Angeles for New York. The Hollywood couple, who are rarely pictured with their children, appeared to be going on a family trip after Kyra wrapped up promotional duties for her new horror flick The Possession. Glowing Kyra looked in fine form, displaying her slim legs in a pair of skinny jeans paired with a casual white T-shirt and a brown suede jacket. Trailing behind her was Sosie, her brunette daughter, who was cosy in a blue hoodie and jeans. Meanwhile Kevin, who is known for his athletic prowess, looked as fit as fiddle in his jeans, white T-shirt and black blazer combination. Looking good: Glowing Kyra looked in fine form, displaying her slim legs in a pair of skinny jeans paired with a casual white T-shirt and a brown suede jacket. Son Travis, who cuts a more broad appearance to his father, went for a grungy-style in a plaid shirt, black jeans, Converse sneakers and a pair of Ray-Ban wayfarers. Kyra recently graced the red-carpet for the premiere of her new horror film The Possession, which took number one spot at the box office this past weekend.

Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick and their daughter Sosie. The year-old aspiring actress took the title - which is given to the child of a celebrity and enables them to network in their own right - and, as part of the role, helped hand out trophies at last night's They've asked her before and this year was a good year for her. She wants to be an actress. Speaking ahead of the ceremony, Kevin said he had been impressed with how hard Sosie had worked as Miss Golden Globe. She not only enjoys it, but she's really comfortable in it. I don't really know how you get that. I know I wasn't that way when I started doing interviews and I don't know if Kyra was either, but [Sosie] seems to take to it pretty easily. And it seems likely that Sosie will have heeded her mother's advice as she recently admitted she was "terrified" of falling over on stage. She said: "I'm terrified [of tripping in my heels].

Kyra Sedgwick has won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her acting, but this weekend she'll add another major accomplishment to her career: her directing debut with Lifetime's Story of a Girl.

The movie, which follows a teenager's journey after her sex video goes viral, is a passion project for Sedgwick, who bought the film rights to Sara Zarr's novel 10 years ago. Read on for the mother-daugher duo's new catchphrase—"Consent should be the rule, but pleasure should be the goal"—and more. Kyra Sedgwick: Hi, honey. So, everything we say is going to be on the record, just so you know…. SB: OK, I won't say anything bad!

A friend of mine brought it to me, Emily Lansbury—who actually ended up writing the script—and she said, "I think you'll really relate to this. I think it reflected back to me just how excruciating it is to be a teenager and specifically a girl.

I gave it to you, and you loved it. Do you remember that? SB: Yeah, I loved it. It was incredibly moving to me at the time, especially since I was that age. So I bought the book, and we tried to get it made as a feature. I had been thinking about directing, but I felt intimidated by it. I felt like I wouldn't be great at it, so why even try? I was scared.

Then I went into Lifetime, and we were talking about their Broad [Focus] initiative, which is their mandate to hire more female directors. I blurted out, " Story of a Girl, and I want to direct it," and I honestly surprised myself in that moment. Now that I've done it, I'm completely in love, and I can't wait to do it again. SB: Exactly! On set, the people that were steering the ship were mostly female. KS: I worked really hard to have the heads of most of the departments be female, and it made a huge difference.

Having a female director at the helm makes a difference as well. To me, a female energy means people being kinder, gentler, quieter, working more collaboratively, being very respectful to each other.

I tried to make everyone feel seen and understood and appreciated. All humans need love, attention, and appreciation, and those can be very female traits. I feel like they should be male and female traits, but I think that they are more easily attributed to women.

SB: Yeah, what I meant by female energy wasn't even necessarily a gender thing. If you encourage that giving-ness and listening and paying attention, then everybody, male or female—the whole crew, as a genderless mob—will adopt that energy and treat each other with respect. You bought the book 10 years ago. What obstacles did you run into trying to get the film made? KS: The reason I wanted to make the film was exactly the reason why people didn't think it was going to make money; they didn't think people would be interested.

Nothing blows up. Where's the big moment? It's filled with pain, and angst, and real life. The obstacles were frustrating. SB: Definitely. You had obviously never directed before.

We were staying in the same apartment when we were shooting, and I remember the first day. What was it like waking up that morning? Were you terrified?

KS: I was completely panicking, like literally. All during preproduction, I was vacillating between "This is totally going to be fine; I'm very prepared" and "I have no idea what I'm doing; I'm freaking out. After the first rehearsal, I completely calmed down.

What I felt, as opposed to being an actor, was, Thank God I don't have to go into the makeup trailer. Thank God I don't have to look at myself in the mirror! Weirdly, I felt like I had less on my shoulders as a director than as an actor. I just knew I had hired really great actors and that they were going to be amazing.

It was the greatest feeling ever. SB: It didn't even feel like there was much of an adjustment period. It was just bam, and we were going. What was it like to work with me and Dad [Kevin Bacon] and my brother [Travis Bacon], who did the music? KS: I had so much faith that you guys would be amazing that it kind of made my job easier. Even though I've never directed Dad before, I've given him acting notes, so that wasn't so unusual for me.

I think you were more complicated. It's really hard to know that your mother is looking at you in a critical way. You and I have had issues about this in the past. If I ever look at you too long, you're like, "What are you looking at? One of the things that's hardest as an actor is you are being critiqued constantly, and having your mother critiquing you can be challenging. What about you? What were you concerned about with me as a director?

SB: I didn't feel worried that you were going to critique me or criticize me. To be honest with you, that had nothing to do with my fear. My fear was based on how much you cared about this project.

I knew how much it meant to you, and I didn't want to disappoint you, so I welcomed and wanted your notes! That's funny that we felt completely different things. KS: Hilarious! And this is why mothers should take note. You don't know what your kid is thinking or worried about, ever. SB: Exactly. What do you feel like is the greatest accomplishment of this project, and what do you want the viewers to take from it? KS: The greatest accomplishment is that I think the movie is really good! Compassion is very important, especially right now in America.

We all need to strive as human beings to understand each other and ourselves better. I hope that people watch the film and understand themselves and feel compassion for each other. My question to you is, What did you relate to in the movie? SB: I went to an all-girls school when I was younger, which I think instilled a lot of confidence. I was surrounded by women, and we were just weird and showing our bodies, changing in the hallway.

As a younger woman, I definitely had that freedom. And then you start to hang out with boys, and you see what interests them and what they find to be sexy, and I think your personality changes. Once you've realized that as a woman, it's kind of trying to get back to that young, free stage. KS: We explore the theme of female sexuality in the movie. What do you think about how the movie deals with female sexuality and any double standards for males and females?

Deanna is labeled as a disgusting whore, and the repercussions are long. Her friend Stacey lashes out by sexualizing herself, and maybe that's because neither of them were taught what good, positive sexual interaction is actually all about.

It's not a currency; it's not something that'll get you somewhere. It's something that should be enjoyed between the two of you. I hope this movie helps people talk about that more. Sex with women should be talked about. SB: I remember in high school, and even now, some guys will be shocked to learn that girls masturbate.

I mean it's just mind-blowing. It's such a shameful thought among women, so if that can just be talked about more, that would be nice. You deserve to feel pleasure as well. KS: Totally. Most teenage boys don't know how to give pleasure to a woman or a girl, and they're also not taught in this society that that's even a goal, or something that's even slightly important.

The fact of the matter is that teens have sex. We can't will that away. Let's talk about it because that's the only way to get it out from under the darkness and the shadows. That's the only way to process it in a healthy way.



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