The 39-year-old reality TV star said he was much interested in the snacks rather than the film, which has won the best original score award at the 70th Golden Globes, reported Contactmusic.
"It's about a young Indian boy who's the only survivor of a shipwreck and it follows his adventure. It's a little deep in places, but the kids really enjoyed it. "Of course, the most important part of any cinema experience is the snacks.
I'm a sweet and salty man - I love salted popcorn, followed by chocolate M&M's. Yes, I know - I'm a big kid!," he said. Andre said his kids are studious and they spend their free time reading.
"The kids have been with me all week and although I've been on tour, I've been keeping a close eye on their homework. When I was a kid, I have to admit I got away with murder and probably didn't do as much as I should have, so I'm not going to let that happen with Princess and Junior.
"Luckily, my son is a real little bookworm and goes from book to book, while Princess is just starting to catch the reading bug too. I used to love reading to them, but nowadays they actually read to me - it's so cute!," he said.
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