John Leguizamo says hello to passersby from the roof of a food truck selling Cuban sandwiches… He’s actually shooting a scene from his new movie Chef, which also stars Sofía Vergara, in New Orleans.
DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL
Presenter Mario López is visited by his daughter Gia on the set of the show Extra, in Los Angeles. Dad hugs his little girl, cuddling her to no end.
Sofía Vergara attends the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences cocktail celebrating the 65th edition of the Emmys, at the Sheraton hotel in Universal City, California.
Mexican actor Diego Luna, who recently starred in the movie Elysium, enjoys a stroll through a park in Mexico City in the company of his two kids, Fiona and Jerónimo.
ALPHABET CITY WALK
Rosario Dawson and her mom Isabel Celeste walk the streets of Alphabet City in New York City’s Lower East Side.
A TELENOVELA WEDDING
Venezuelan actress Gaby Espino and Puerto Rican actor Carlos Ponce are caught off guard as they shoot the wedding scene of their characters Santa and Humberto within the Telemundo telenovela Santa diabla (Broken Angel) in Ft. Lauderdale. Their faces reveal some secret evil plan…hahahahahahaha…
Puerto Rican reggaeton stars Wisin y Yandel, Mexican rock diva Alejandra Guzmán, Mexican singer-songwriter Marco Antonio Solís and Spanish pop sensation David Bisbal are presented as the new coaches of La voz: México, a Televisa franchise of the popular competition reality show The Voice.
Mexican actress and model Jacqueline Bracamontes at the presentation of the new season of La voz: México. Miguel Ángel Fox, the show’s producer, had announced the actress would return as emcee of this competitive show.
AND THE FILMING BEGINS...
Mexican actress Karyme Lozano and Chilean actor Cristián de la Fuente and the rest of the cast of the forthcoming Televisa telenovela Quiero amarte (I Want To Love You), gathered in studio 8 of Televisa’s San Ángel facilities to celebrate a Mass and then start filming the soap.
DINNER FOR TWO
Spanish soccer team Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas and his partner, Spanish journalist Sara Carbonero, leave a restaurant in Madrid. The couple is expecting their first child; in July they confirmed it’s a boy!
BIDS FOR TOMATOES
Spanish film actress and singer Victoria Abril hosted the fourth agricultural biodiversity fair IV Feria Malagueña de la Biodiversidad Agrícola, held in honor of the Virgin of Fuensanta as part of festivities in a town called Coín. The actress helped pick the “best tomato of the year,” and auctioned a box of the winning produce for 300 Euros (about $402!).