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!
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"She loves karaoke. She's really good at singing Lenny Kravitz songs and rap and hip-hop; she's really good at P. Diddy songs. She eats a lot. She's really skinny, but she eats a lot. There's nothing dirty about her - and that's dirty. She doesn't even drink! It's horrible." - Isabel Coixet
Huge congrats to Pe! She has done it again! Miss Cruz is nominated yet again for her performance in Vicky Cristina Barcelona at the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards!
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams / Sister James – Doubt Penelope Cruz / Maria Elena – Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Viola Davis / Mrs. Miller – Doubt
Taraji P. Henson / Queenie – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Kate Winslet / Hanna Schmitz – The Reader
The awards will take place Sunday, January 25, 2009, with a live telecast airing on TNT/TBS at 8 PM (EST).
Fitting in a little promotional work in between filming, Penelope Cruz attended a special hosted screening of Vicky Christina Barcelona held at the Mayfair Hotel in London, England on Wednesday evening (December 17).
Accompanied by co-star Rebecca Hall, the duo posed for pictures before making their way into the theater for the showing of the Woody Allen directed drama.
Penelope Cruz landed a best supporting actress New York Film Critics Circle’s award for playing a fiery artist engaged in a three-way love affair with Javier Bardem and Scarlett Johansson in Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona, it was announced Wednesday.
Woody Allen was more interested in a stain on his hand than filming the much-talked about lesbian kiss between Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson.
Spanish beauty Penelope revealed that the director was so concerned about a mark that had mysteriously appeared on his hand that he left the set to go to see a dermatologist.
The director had been filming a scene between Penelope and co-star Scarlett where they kiss in a darkroom for the film Vicky Cristina Barcelona, which premiered last night at London Film Festival’s Sky Movies HD Gala.
“Everyone’s been talking about this kiss between me and Scarlett but on the day all the attention was on Woody and the stain on his hand,” she said.
“Even when we resumed filming he was still looking at it!”
Spanish-born star Penélope Cruz talks to John Hiscock about working with directors Woody Allen and Pedro Almodóvar – and her habit of becoming romantically involved with her leading men
Penélope Cruz doesn’t like talking about her personal life, and blames the internet. “I have a big reluctance to talk about anything that might later be misconstrued,” she says.
“I was not worried before, but since the internet, every time you do an interview, three hundred other people are going to take that story and turn it into something else. I wish I could be more relaxed and funnier in interviews but I can’t because I always regret it afterwards. I take my work very seriously and I don’t want it to be manipulated into something else.”
Another reason for her reluctance is probably her aversion to being asked about her becoming romantically involved with some of her leading men. To her irritation, reports of that aspect of her life have often taken prominence over discussions of her acting, and she has always denied suggestions that she has deliberately set her sights on her male co-stars.
“I wouldn’t describe myself as the most stable person,” says Penelope Cruz, who has played some of the movies’ more explosive, damaged and exciting women of the past decade. “I try. Who can say they’re stable? Maybe someone who’s enjoying a lot of mental peace, but I don’t know them.”
Calling from Madrid, where she is currently shooting director Pedro Almodóvar’s Broken Embraces, Cruz sounds somber. There is only a hint of the warm, passionate quality that she naturally exudes in face-to-face conversation, a quality that not surprisingly attracts her male co-stars and then, if a romance starts, the paparazzi.
The 34-year-old actress is tired of being more famous for her boyfriends – her exes include Tom Cruise and Matthew McConaughey – than her work. So she is in lockdown mode, poised to deflect questions about her current boyfriend, Spanish actor Javier Bardem, who earlier this year won an Oscar as best supporting actor for his work in No Country for Old Men (2007).
Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona will open the Zabaltegi Pearls section of September’s San Sebastián Film Festival in Spain with Allen, Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Rebecca Hall in attendance. The event will take place September 19, 2008. Please refer to their official site for further information.