Dustin Hoffman and Wife Lisa Make Rare Appearance with Grandkids at the “Kung Fu Panda 4” Premiere

The actor enjoyed quality time with his wife and grandchildren at the Los Angeles premiere over the weekend

<p>Michael Buckner/Variety/Getty</p> Dustin Hoffman with two of his grandsons

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Dustin Hoffman with two of his grandsons

Dustin Hoffman made the red carpet a family affair this weekend!

On Sunday, the actor, 86, brought his two of his grandsons, as well as his wife Lisa, along with him as he walked the red carpet at the Kung Fu Panda 4 premiere in Los Angeles.

Hoffman, who is reprising his role as Master Shifu for the fourth installment of the franchise, held one of each of his grandson's hands and smiled for photos as he stood next to his wife.

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Hoffman and Lisa married in October 1980 and share four children: Jake, 42, Rebecca, 40, Max, 39, and Alexandra, 36.

<p>Michael Buckner/Variety/Getty</p> Dustin Hoffman and his grandsons

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Dustin Hoffman and his grandsons

Related: Dustin Hoffman Makes Rare Public Outing with Wife Lisa at Lakers Game

The two-time Oscar winner also shares daughters Jenna, 53, and Karina, 58, with ex-wife Anne Byrne, whom Hoffman was married to from 1969 to 1980.

In December, Hoffman and Lisa made a rare public appearance as they attended a Lakers game together.

<p>Allen Berezovsky/Getty</p> Dustin Hoffman and wife Lisa

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Dustin Hoffman and wife Lisa

The actor was photographed in the stands wearing a black windbreaker-style coat over a blue collared shirt, while his wife wore a gray blazer-style coat over a black turtleneck.

While Hoffman and his wife's marriage has lasted for more than four decades and he is a father of six, the actor said back in 2011 while discussing Little Fockers during the film's New York press junket, "There is nothing more unnatural than family or marriage. That's why they're both so difficult."

"You just wake up and suddenly clunk, you're ready. 'Okay, I guess that's it,' " he added at the time, according to the Huffington Post.

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