Yes, that’s Rosario Dawson. And, no, she’s not really pregnant — she’s just wearing a baby-bearing costume for her role in the 2015 comedy Puerto Ricans in Paris. The 35-year-old actress, Yahoo Movies has learned, plays the girlfriend of a NYC detective played by Luis Guzmán (pictured above). In case you’re wondering: There’s a 22-year age difference between the two stars.
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Character Posters From top: Rosario Dawson as Gail; Josh Brolin as Dwight; Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Johnny; Mickey Rourke as Marv; and Jessica Alba as Nancy. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is due in theaters Aug. 22.
Hispanic audiences are going to the movies in unprecedented numbers. They made up 18 percent of moviegoers last year, the biggest uptick among all groups, according to a report by Nielsen NRG, and they were the most active, accounting for 25 percent of all movies seen. This weekend (timed to Monday’s celebration of Cesar Chavez Day), however, there will be a film in theaters not only starring and directed by Hispanic talent, but based on the life of one of the true heroes of Latino culture. “Cesar Chavez" is the first theatrical film to tell the story of the esteemed farm labor organizer and activist from his early days leading the grape boycott through the hunger strike that made him a national figure.