Adam Scott Has a Cool-Dad Moment With His Daughter at the “Indiana Jones” Premiere
He’s not a regular dad, he’s a cool dad. On June 14, Adam Scott raised the bar for father-daughter outings, taking his 14-year-old daughter, Frankie, to the LA premiere of “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.” The two hugged on the red carpet, with Frankie keeping it casual in a purple cardigan and dark-wash jeans, and Scott in a white T-shirt and blazer. This is one of the few times Scott has brought any of his kids with him to a major event, as he and his wife, Naomi Scott, prefer to keep their children out of the limelight.
While the actor doesn’t usually accompany his kids out in public, Scott still offers glimpses into his experience with fatherhood. “My daughter hitting Trump where it hurts,” he tweeted in 2017 alongside a photo of Frankie holding a homemade “Trump Eats Farts” sign. The same year, he also told Seth Meyers that Frankie and his son, Graham, prefer shows like “The Good Place” and “Superstore” over his “Parks and Recreation,” but it’s not for a lack of trying. “I’m kind of always like, ‘Hey guys, you know what would fit perfectly into that comedy trifecta, is a little show called ‘Parks and Rec.,’ he said, lamenting that his kids just say, “It doesn’t feel right.”
Even if she wasn’t always the biggest fan of every project, Frankie and Scott clearly share a mutual love for the “Indiana Jones” franchise. Not much else is known about the Scott children, but the family resemblance was still uncanny at the premiere. Read on to see more from Frankie and Scott’s rare father-daughter appearance.