I thought this was so cute!
Penelope Cruz looks so similar to her sister Monica, she sometimes confuses herself.
The Hollywood beauty shares twin-like facial features with her younger sibling, and Cruz admits she is stunned by how alike they look.
She says, “The other day we were sitting together in the back of the car and I was looking in the rear view mirror and a very strange thing happened: I thought I was looking at my face and it was hers!”
Andrea from Celebutopia scanned a new magazine article featuring two beautiful Pe images. From Gala (France).
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!”
Penelope Cruz said she fell in love with the character she plays in Vicky Cristina Barcelona as she attended the movie’s UK premiere.
The movie, which also stars Scarlett Johansson and Rebecca Hall, is showing as part of the BFI 52nd London Film Festival. It concerns the tangled love lives of Americans abroad in Barcelona.
Cruz plays Maria, the tempestuous ex-wife of a free-spirited artist in the film, which is directed by Woody Allen and was shown at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year.
Cruz, wearing a black L’Wren dress, said: “I fell in love with the character.”
She added that it was “amazing” to work with Allen.
The Sky Gala screening in London’s Leicester Square was being followed by a Sky Gala party in West London.
Source: Press Association
Gorgeous Cruz attended the Vicky Cristina Barcelona screening at the 52nd Annual London Film Festival earlier tonight. She looked magnificent in a black dress!
An interview with Penélope Cruz from 2007. Oscar buzz for her standout performance in Volver had began. She joined Harry Smith to talk about the film which was her third collaboration with director Pedro Almodovar.
Congratulations to our girl for this wonderful honor!
Penelope Cruz – who’s appearing in two current films, Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Elegy – will be honored as the outstanding performer of the year at the Santa Barbara Film Festival, which runs Jan. 22-Feb.1. Cruz will be presented with the award at the Arlington Theatre on Jan. 31.
“There are few actresses who can today be described as international movie goddesses, and this year, with her exceptional work in Elegy and Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Penelope Cruz has earned that description,” SBIFF executive director Roger Durling said.
Cruz was first introduced to American audiences in the Spanish films Jamon, Jamon and Belle Epoque. She frequently works with director Pedro Almodovar, appearing in his films Live Flesh, All About My Mother, Volver, for which she earned a best actress Academy Award nomination, and the upcoming Los Abrazos Rotos.
Better late than never! Check out our scans from Glamour‘s August issue which featured Miss Cruz on it’s cover.
Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Woody Allen have been busy promoting Vicky Cristina Barcelona in Spain. On September 20, they attended a screening of the film in Barcelona. Penélope looked gorgeous in a black number and an up-do… Yet another beautiful look from this classy lady!
Penélope Cruz for Gear magazine, back in 1999.
Penélope showing her sultrier style of dancing in Noel from 2004. Let’s face it – the girl knows how to move!
A vintage treat! Pe for Spec magazine back some eight years ago. She has a bit of Consuela Castillo look in these! I absolutely love this set.
As the summer blockbuster season fades, the movie industry now moves into the end-of-the-year serious mode in which Academy Award-caliber films are released.
One of the early contenders has to be Elegy, based upon the Philip Roth short novel, The Dying Animal.
Ben Kingsley and Penelope Cruz lead a talented cast that includes Dennis Hopper, Patricia Clarkson and Peter Sarsgaard. The movie’s explorations of the complexities of love and sex ultimately provide a somber tone despite some witty observations by the Hopper character, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet George O’Hearn.