"Extra" interviewed Jessica Alba and Michelle Rodriguez of "Machete" -- now see the kick-ass trailer for the film, co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and starring Danny Trejo as an ex-Federale looking for a little payback against his former boss.
"Extra's" Lauren Sanchez caught up with Jessica Alba, Michelle Rodriguez and Danny Trejo, who all co-star with Lindsay Lohan in the new film "Machete" -- and they're wishing LiLo the best.
When asked if Lindsay can recover from her recent problems, Rodriguez, who also has a troubled past, said, "I think everybody should leave everybody to their own growth."
Check out what Lindsay's other co-stars are saying. Lohan was unable to promote the film as she's in court-ordered rehab.
Lindsay Lohan, who recently returned from a humanitarian trip to India, tells "Extra" she's "grateful" to be blessed with enough to help.
Lindsay says, "I think its so important right now -- especially [because of] what just happened in Haiti -- for everybody to kind of look at themselves and look at the life that they have and be really grateful for what they have and do as much as they can... especially if they have a voice."
"It was amazing," Lohan says of her India trip. "It was really life-changing. It was a wonderful experience."
"Extra" caught up with Lindsay at In Style's Golden Globes party -- and she revealed her highlight from the awards show.
"Drew Barrymore," Lindsay says. "I just love her so much. Her speech was so genuine and I just thought it was beautiful."
Lohan, decked out in a hooded dress made by a friend, got her style inspiration from one of the music industry's leading ladies.
"I feel a little bit like Lady Gaga with the hood," Lindsay says. "I love her."
The actress recently wrapped her new film, "Machete," co-starring Robert De Niro and Jessica Alba. "I have movie coming out called 'Machete' with Robert Rodriguez, who was the director -- so I'm very excited for that."
Check out photos from the rainy red carpet at the Globes!
Jessica Alba's daughter, Honor, is only 18 months old, but she follows a very strict diet.
"She doesn't have sugar at all," the actress said on "Lopez Tonight" Tuesday.
Continued Alba, "She doesn't have fruit juice... all of Honor's meals are cooked at home and organic."
Alba isn't the only celeb mom whose baby follows a strict diet. Singer Erykah Badu told Celebrity Baby Blog that her 10-month-old son, Mars, is on a macrobiotic diet.
"It's different from being a vegan in that it goes a little bit deeper into the yin and yang of what a human being needs," Badu explained. "I always wanted to do it, but I didn't really understand the dynamics. Then, the more children you have, the more you get into health and holistic living. Which goes so far beyond being a vegan. I think they should know the benefits of having a healthy body."
Gwyneth Paltrow has said her family -- including children Moses, 3, and Apple, 5 -- are "pretty much vegetarian."
"We know it's the best diet for us and our kids, and of course for the animals and the environment," she said.
It's time for Jessica Alba to "Meet the Parents" -- the actress is in talks to star in the third film of the comedy franchise.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Alba is in discussions to join Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro as an "attractive pharmaceutical rep" whose good looks cause trouble with the men of the family.
The film, directed by Paul Weitz, is expected to pick up where "Meet the Fockers" left off in 2004. Alba is currently working on the thriller "Machete" as well as the romantic comedy "Valentine's Day."
Love is in the air for aunt-niece team Julia and Emma Roberts -- as the gals share the silver screen for the first time!
Superstar Julia and niece Emma -- who got her big break in the 2007 flick "Nancy Drew" -- are teaming up in the comedy "Valentine's Day," scheduled for a 2010 release.
Their A-list co-stars include Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Patrick Dempsey, Jennifer Garner, Ashton Kutcher and Shirley MacLaine.