Bryce Robinson, age 10, plays the grandson of Hector Elizondo and Shirley Maclaine in director Garry Marshall ‘s new romantic comedy, “Valentine’s Day.”
He revealed exclusively to The Dish Rag that old pro actress Shirley acted more like a “Grandma” than a costar. Something about chiding him to not look in the camera. Lighten up on the kid, lady. Hector, on the other hand, was loads of fun, never serious, always kidding around. 

]]>Like most of his costars, Bryce was not willing to discuss his romantic life, other than to reveal that he doesn’t have a girlfriend but he does have “a crush.” And no, it was not a girl from the film. 

Smart kid. Stay away from actresses, Bryce.
Bryce has also been on TV shows such as “Flash Forward,” “Dexter,” “Criminal Minds” and in many films including “Four Christmases,” with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn, and “Marley & Me” with Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson. He’ll also be in “The Baster,” again with Jen.  
Is Jennifer his crush? Kinda like Justin Bieber and Beyonce?