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Cut Eva Mendes some slack.
The 40-year-old Hitch actress presented at the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer event presented by the Entertainment Industry Foundation on Wednesday night, where she had a bit of trouble reading the teleprompter on-stage.
Luckily, she has a very good excuse.
"I'm sorry, go back -- you guys got it, right?" Eva said after the little hiccup. "I just had a baby. I haven't slept. I'm sorry!"
She's of course referring to her daughter with Ryan Gosling, Esmeralda Amada, whom she gave birth to in September.
Watch the cute moment in the video above.
"Each one of us here tonight, are here in this room because someone in our family, or someone »
Parents' night out! Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling stepped out for a rare date night at Don Rickles' show at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles on Saturday night. The 40-year-old actress showed off her slim post-baby bod in a leopard-print dress and checkered jacket as she walked into the theater. Meanwhile, her hunky beau looked dapper a black and white suit.Check out the actor's scruffy facial hair! The couple welcomed daughter Esmeralda Amada in September, and this is the first time we've seen them out together since before their baby was born.Mendes first opened up about motherhood in December, back when the little one was just two months old. "You know we’re getting the hang of it, the sleeping thing, but yeah I’m exhausted and it’s the best," the "Hitch" star told Ellen DeGeneres. "Really, I’m so incredibly tired. I thought I was tired before at times, »
- tooFab Staff
Kurt Russell starred as the iconic one-eyed anti-hero Snake Plissken in the original Dystopian action film, released by Avco Embassy in 1981. Studiocanal owned the rights to the film, which had several suitors, and was won by Fox’s Mike Ireland on the back of the studio’s competitive bid.
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- Travis Reilly
Welcome to 2015. Hopefully it’s better than 2014, which was not bad, but also not great. But maybe the pop culture this year won’t be any different from last year. How much can we really change in a year? Let’s start by asking a different question:
How far have we actually come in a decade? Let’s look back at 2005.
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In 2005, the biggest movie of the year was Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. This year, the biggest movie of the year will be...Star Wars: The Force Awakens, probably. And another of 2005’s biggest movies of the year was Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith. In 2015, we’ll watch Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie again in By the Sea (which Jolie directed).
But mostly, looking back, the biggest movies of 2005 are a blueprint for 2016: In 2005, we »
4 items from 2015
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