Tori Spelling and her family walked the red carpet over the weekend.

The 44-year-old actress, husband Dean McDermott and four of their kids attended the Los Angeles premiere of "The Emoji Movie" on Sunday.

Spelling showed a smile as she posed for photos with McDermott, 10-year-old son Liam, 9-year-old daughter Stella, 5-year-old daughter Hattie and 4-year-old son Finn.

She and McDermott are also parents to 3-month-old son Beau.

"We had such a #familyfunday going to @emojimovie premiere! Kids got to meet all the Emoji characters in person. I #fangirl'd out when I met #poo. Movie was awesome! #emojimovie," the actress wrote on Instagram.

Actress Anna Faris and singer Christina Aguilera also brought their families to the event.

Faris attended with Jack, her son with Chris Pratt, while Aguilera brought fiance Matthew Rutler, their daughter, Summer, and Max, her son with ex-husband Jordan Bratman.

"The Emoji Movie" features the voices of Faris, Aguilera, T.J. Miller, James Corden, Maya Rudolph, Sofia Vergara and Patrick Stewart.

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The film is directed by Tony Leondis, and opens in theaters Friday.

"It's almost here!!! Very excited for you to meet my character Akiko Glitter in one week!" Aguilera tweeted of her character Friday.