In January 2011, Penélope Cruz and her husband Javier Bardem welcomed their first son. Reps for the couple said "Both parents and baby are doing great."
Penélope and Javier, 41, married in the Bahamas back in July when she was two months pregnant. The duo has known each other for many years, they starred in 1992's Jamón, jamón together in addition to Vicky Cristina Barcelona in 2008.
Penelope-Cruz.org would like to extend our biggest congratulations to the lovely couple!
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 3D (2011) Character: Angelica Director: Rob Marshall
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"Growing up, Monica was the peaceful one and I was the impossible one. I was very rebellious about everything. I also had a lot of energy. Thank God my parents took me to a ballet school every day, because there was no way I could sit in my house."
Each year, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts publishes a Film Awards Longlist ahead of announcing their final nominees. Penélope Cruz’s performance from Broken Embraces is one of 15 actresses short-listed for the Leading Actress award. Final nominees are announced on January 21st.
Broken Embraces is up for Original Screenplay and Film Not in the English Language while Nine also sees longlist nominations in Costume Design, Sound, Music, Marion Cotillard for Lead Actress
Residents of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are able to cast their votes! The awards ceremony will take place in Dublin, February 20th, 2010.
Penelope Cruz has it all: pin-up looks, honest-to-god talent and an Oscar as a spectacularly desirable cherry on top. Now she stars in Rob Marshall’s musical Nine, as the mistress to Daniel Day Lewis’ Italian filmmaker. We talked to Cruz in London recently about her latest bespangled role…
After nearly 10 months, we finally have a new look here on Penelope-Cruz.org! While I was proud to showcase Penélope’s historic Oscar win this past year, we definitely needed a change, and what better that to celebrate the upcoming release of Nine! After all, Pe is getting tons of awards buzz again! I am extremely excited for the film and the promotional images our her are to die for. Also be sure to check out the matching but also different theme in the gallery.
The layout is best viewed in Mozilla Firefox, but has been checked in IE and holds up (but still prettiest in Firefox – hee!) but please let me know if you encounter any errors. I really hope you like the new look. Return again later for several updates I’ll be bringing you!
Nominees for the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding performances in 2009 were announced this morning in Los Angeles at the Pacific Design Center’s Silver Screen Theater in West Hollywood. And Miss Cruz is a double nominee!
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Penélope Cruz – Nine
Anna Kendrick – Up In The Air
Diane Kruger – Inglourious Basterds
Mo’Nique – Precious
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture An Education The Hurt Locker Inglourious Basterds Nine Precious
The 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be simulcast live nationally on TNT and TBS on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT, and 6 p.m. MT from the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center. (Check local listings if viewing via satellite or in HD).
Miss Cruz was truly the definition of vision in red at the New York premiere of Nine last night! She dazzled and every inch was pure perfection! One of my very favorite looks of hers in quite some time! Take note, this is how it’s done people! Her stunning co-stars all opted for shades of black and white and Pe opted for some va-va-voom as you might notice in the photos – not like that’s a bad thing ;)
On Wednesday, Oprah will be airing the encore broadcast special with the Nine cast. She chats with Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Kate Hudson and Marion Cotillard about their new musical. Be sure to tune in if you missed its entirety the first time around!
Tune in to watch all of the stars walk the red carpet for the New York Premiere of the Golden Globe-nominated film Nine, including Kate Hudson, Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Fergie, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman and more!
The nominations for the 67th Annual Golden Globes Nominations were just announced (it was streamed on CNN.com) and it was just reported that Penélope Cruz is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Nine! We’re in for another big year aren’t we! Congrats Miss Cruz!
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Julianne Moore, A Single Man
Anna Kendrick, Up in the Air
Vera Farmiga, Up in the Air
Penelope Cruz, Nine
Furthermore, Broken Embraces is up for Best Foreign Language Film, Nine received 5 noms, including Best Picture – Musical/Comedy, Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor, Musical/Comedy, Marion Cotillard for Best Actress, Musical/Comedy, and Kate Hudson’s “Cinema Italiano” for Best Song!
I am sorry for not being her to update Penelope-Cruz.org during this amazing promotion time for Penelope (Nine) buts it due to my personal life at this moment. However I will hopefully be back in a few more weeks and can bring you all the latest.
To briefly keep up, check Wire Image for the latest pictures of events, and watch two of her latest interviews with David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey below!
A rehearsal montage from the forthcoming musical Nine has just been released. Put out via Yahoo! Movies, the two-minute video features a number of scenes from the film intercepting footage of the rehearsals for the song-and-dance numbers. Penelope Cruz, Kate Hudson, Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie, Marion Cotillard and Nicole Kidman are some of actresses seen.
What actress doesn’t dream of reliving Fellini’s magic? Here, a head-spinning lineup of A-list stars join forces in Rob Marshall’s movie-musical Nine. Plum Sykes visits them on set. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Shepperton Studios, London, on a bleak December day. Shrouded in a freezing fog, the lot seems faintly neglected, as though abandoned. The various buildings—prop shops, costume houses—look like little more than sheds. A car drops me off at a side door to a soundstage, where a harried but friendly publicist meets me.
Inside, it’s as though a magician has waved his wand. Suddenly I am transported half a century back in time to the Italy of La Dolce Vita. To my left is an empty set-within-a-set of a Roman piazza, and to my right is a bustling re-creation of a 1960s movie studio. An intricate scaffolding of iron balconies and stairwells has been built in front of the corrugated walls of the soundstage. Nowhere, it turns out, could be more perfect for Rob Marshall to direct the song-and-dance numbers for Nine, his latest movie, because the bones of Shepperton have an uncanny resemblance to the Cinecittà of Fellini’s 8½, the inspiration for Maury Yeston’s 1982 Broadway musical Nine, on which this film is based.