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Alex Rodriguez's daughters look like they can really pack a punch!
The retired baseball pro brought 12-year-old Natasha and 9-year-old Ella to the opening of his new Ufc Gym in his hometown in Miami, Florida, on Thursday. Additionally, A-Rod plans to open a dozen new gyms throughout Miami-Dade County.
Et has learned that Rodriguez's girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, was not in attendance at the event, as she was out of town working.
“He [Alex] did mention that Jennifer is an incredible athlete, they do a variety of different things when they work out together, and that he can't wait to show her his new Ufc Gym location in Miami,” an eyewitness told Et.
Well, it's good to see the former New York Yankee getting some daddy-daughters »
Alex Rodriguez is giving us a glimpse into his relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
The 42-year-old former baseball pro opens up about rehabilitating his image and his foray into broadcasting in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, and also talks about dating J Lo. Rodriguez says he and his superstar girlfriend have plenty in common, which is why the two are so suited for one another.
"We both appreciate where we are in our lives," he notes. "We appreciate being parents, and we're so similar; we're both kind of workaholics."
Lopez FaceTimes Rodriguez during the interview, and the athlete also says they binge-watch TV together. The two appear to be a normal couple, though, of course, Lopez's star power can't be ignored. Rodriguez recalls their first official outing together -- the Met Gala -- in May.
"There was a great deal of paparazzi," he recalls »
In Nacho Vigalondo’s upcoming film “Colossal,” Anne Hathaway has a drinking problem that turns her into a real monster — specifically, her alcoholic blackouts control a kaiju across the world. In order to prevent the general population from facing the same fate, the director has released a helpful video about how to keep your inner beast at bay when you’re tipsy.
Vigalondo spoke with Entertainment Weekly about how he was able to humanize the film’s monster.
“The movie’s coming from my obvious love towards monster movies, and I was always intrigued by the possibility of setting a monster movie story in a human scale,” he said. “This is a monster movie that collides with a small indie drama, which is an interesting collision. We’ve seen some of those in many films, »
- William Earl
Janus Metz Pederson (“Armadillo”)’s “Borg vs McEnroe” with Shia Labeouf, and Ruben Ostlund’s “The Square” with Elisabeth Moss are among the most anticipated Scandinavian work-in-progress titles set for the Nordic Film Market hosted during Goteborg Film Festival’s industry days.
Both films are part of the 18 work-in-progress features selected by Cia Edström, Goteborg’s head of industry, and her team.
“Borg vs McEnroe” stars up-and-comer Sverrir Gudnason (“Monica Z”) as Swedish player Bjorn Borg and Labeouf as John McEnroe. The film chronicles the 1980 Wimbledon final and sheds light on the two tennis stars’ complex relationship and rivalry.Tre Vanner and Sf Studios are producing, while Svensk handles international sales.
“The Square,” meanwhile, is a satirical film turning on the creative director of a museum who is desperate to build some buzz around an upcoming exhibition and decides to hire a PR agency which has no boundaries. The film is produced by Plattform Produktion. »
- Elsa Keslassy
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