Eva Mendes takes her pet out in Los Angeles in her luxurious Lexus!
For the first time Laura Flores shows the world her little adopted daughter Ana Sofía. Flores took her to the set of her telenovela En nombre del amor (In the name of love) (Televisa), in Mexico City.
SUPER SIZE ME
Allisson Lozz arrives at Monsters vs. Aliens premiere in Mexico City, with beau Román and some extra pounds to shed.
Jacqueline Bracamontes, the voice in Spanish behind Ginormica, proves that there’s not one bit of monster or extraterrestrial flesh in her body.
MAKE 'EM LAUGH
Mexican comedian Adal Ramones as usual finds an opportunity to lighten up the night on the event’s blue carpet.
Antonio Banderas arrives in Málaga, Spain, where every year he leads the Easter procession as the Mayordomo of the Virgin of Tears and Favours.
RUN, SELENA, RUN!
Disney stars Selena Gómez and David Henrie rush out of a restaurant in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where they’re filming the The Wizards of Waverly Place series. Are they being scared away by the paparazzi?
No, it’s not Hugh Jackman filming a new Van Helsing movie. Nicolas Cage films his new movie, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, in a New York train station.
When he’s not entertaining the little ones on his show, En familia con Chabelo legendary Mexican anchor Chabelo can be found playing golf. Here he is doing just that in Acapulco.
Itatí Cantoral and Pedro Fernández chat with their online fans on Mexico City before shooting the first episode of their upcoming telenovela Hasta que el dinero nos separe (Till money do us part).
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves’ son, Levi, rests in his mom’s arms at an L.A. flower shop.
FAST AND TACOS
(From left) Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodríguez, Paul Walker, and Jordana Bewster arrive in Mexico City to present their latest Fast and Furious installment.
Actresses Teri Hatcher (left) and Jamie Lee Curtis arrive in style at the Starlight Children Foundation’s annual gala in Beverly Hills.
Viggo Mortensen joins the bangs trend with this new look at the Jameson Empire Awards in London, where he won the Empire Icon award.
AND THE AWARDS GOES TO...
PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL’s (from left) executive editor Ángel Linares, writer Judith Torrea, and website editor Ernesto Sánchez accept two GLAAD awards in New York for outstanding coverage of the gay community issues.