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Nov 16, 2018 News, Entertainment

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne go from a family of two to five in the new film, "Instant Family."

The movie, which is being called a heart-warming comedy, follows Wahlberg and Byrne s characters as they navigate the adoption process by taking in three siblings.[r] [r] Director Sean Andres wrote the movie after he and his wife lived through the experience of adopting in real life.

While promoting the film, the stars shared one of their favorite family memories.

"My favorite memory was sitting actually in New York with my two brothers, and we had not seen each other for a while. And we sat around my kitchen table, up on 92nd street and talked about how we perceived our childhood. And that will be with me - it was very special afternoon," said Julie Hagerty.

Actress and comedian, Tig Notaro recounted the moment she became a mother: "I would have to say when my sons were born. It was - I had been waiting for a long time for that."

Byrne selected the meal time as a constant bonding moment.

"I think meal times are a great memory also and that s a lot of that in this film too. But we were just saying it s such a great universal thing across every family and culture and country in the world."

"Instant Family" will be released in U.S. theaters on November 16. 

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