James Brolin thinks his and his wife Barbra Streisand's decision to clone their dog will become as normal as going to a convenience store in the future.
The 78-year-old actor and his singer spouse Barbra, 77, made the decision to have their beloved pet pooch Samantha - a fluffy white Coton de Tulear breed - recreated by a lab in South Korea from cells taken from her mouth and stomach before she died in 2017 at the age of 14.
'Life In Pieces' actor James admits the process which produced two pooches Miss Scarlet and Miss Violet was "a little expensive" and considered to be a little odd but eventually it will become as normal as "driving into 7-Eleven" store.
Speaking on UK TV show 'This Morning, he said: "I think it's a little expensive right now but I think it's gonna be real common you know like 7-Eleven? It's gonna be like driving into 7-Eleven."
The 'Hotel' actor went on to explain that the couple made the decision to replicate their dog as Barbra, 77, would often take Samantha on stage with her and was "devastated" when she passed away.