John Travolta & Ella: Arm-In-Arm

On June 27, 2013, in Celeb, by ayesha

Posted: June 27, 2013 by Jenny Schafer Grease star John Travolta was photographed with his daughter Ella leaving the Corinthia Hotel in London, England on Tuesday (June 25). The legendary actor, 59, looked every bit the proud papa as he walked arm-in-arm with his beautiful 13-year-old daughter. We don’t see this duo often, although John and Ella were spotted together just last week at the NYC premiere of his new film, Killing Season

John Travolta & Daughter Ella Leaving The Corinthia Hotel

Grease star John Travolta was photographed with his daughter Ella leaving the Corinthia Hotel in London, England on Tuesday (June 25). The legendary actor, 59, looked every bit the proud papa as he walked arm-in-arm with his beautiful 13-year-old daughter.

We don’t see this duo often, although John and Ella were spotted together just last week at the NYC premiere of his new film, Killing Season.

Acting together for the first time, John costars with Robert De Niro in the new action drama, which takes a look at the long-lasting effects war can leave on the soldiers who fought in it.

“This was a very special film,” John told CBS News. “It was on what they call a blacklist. Which means something positive. It means that it’s the best written script that had not been produced. And I got a hold of it. We found financiers. I asked Robert if he’d join me and he said yes. I told him I was playing the Serbian. He’d be the American. And he was fine with that. And we went to town and had a blast discovering our characters.”

John and wife Kelly Preston are also parents to 2-year-old son Benjamin. Their son Jett died in January 2009 after suffering a seizure and hitting his head in a bathtub at the family’s vacation home in the Bahamas.

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