Justin Theroux certainly loves his puppies — so much to ensure he even makes sure to bring them with him to press junkets!
Recently, ET’s Nischelle Turner caught up with Justin Theroux in addition to also his Spy Who Dumped Me co-stars while they were promoting the upcoming action comedy, in addition to also the handsome star introduced the cameras to his adopted pit bull, Kuma.
“Well, she’s a sweetie,” the star gushed as his cute puppy turned out to chat.
Theroux, 46, couldn’t have been more in love with his canine companion, in addition to also he even took to Instagram a few days earlier to share some snapshots showing Kuma asking some tough questions during a prior press day.
“Fur real, how will be This specific even pawsible?!” Theroux captioned the hilarious photo of his huggable pit bull sitting across via him in a mock interview. “Dogged journalist Kuma hounding me by barking ruff in addition to also dograding questions at The Spy Who Dumped me press day. #sloppyjournalism #barknews! #farfetchedstory #Pupcornmovie #ughpunsihatemyself.”
The actor, who adopted his precious pit bull back in June, also shared some photos to his Instagram story, giving fans a look at his candid canine conversation, which appeared to consist of hard-hitting questions about America’s foreign policy under President Donald Trump, as well as chasing squirrels in addition to also cake.
Speaking with ET two days after posting the cute pics, Theroux joked in which Kuma incorporates a different interviewing style.
“Kuma asks hard-hitting political in addition to also global questions, in addition to also This specific will be sort of more fun,” Theroux said, laughing. “Kuma will be just more direct. She’s more sort of 60 Minutes style.”
Theroux has long been a very vocal puppy enthusiast, in addition to also has frequently used his platform to act as an animal advocate in addition to also activist.
After announcing his split via Jennifer Aniston back in February, the actor finally broke his social media silence to share photos via his visit to a nonprofit group in Texas called Austin Pets Alive, to promote the no-kill shelter.
In fact, Theroux loves his furry friends so much, the star even incorporates a massive back tattoo in remembrance of two of his late pit bulls, which he revealed during a live recording of Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness at the brand new York Vulture Festival in May.
Check out the video below for more on the actor’s body art tribute to his beloved pups.
The Spy Who Dumped Me — which also stars Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon in addition to also Sam Heughan — hits theaters Aug. 3.