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Where babies in movies come from

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What hoops do you have to jump through to cast a baby in your movie? Vox explains how babies end up in the industry.

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The secret lives of movie-star newborns: who are they, and what is all that goo? - The Guardian

Thousands of barely sentient beings are trying to make a name in Hollywood, a place where you can always look younger – even if you’ve just been born.

Where do Hollywood babies come from? - Slate

Find out how infant stars are born.

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