Monday, November 10, 2008



For Diego Luna, becoming a dad has simplified his life.

"Well, it's just everything is easier now," the Mexican-born actor says of his 11-week-old baby boy, Jeronimo, Saturday while promoting his new drama, Milk, in Beverly Hills. "There is just one reason for you to be here. It's to make sure someone else is happy, and [he] has everything he needs. It's as simple as that."

Plus, Luna, 28, adds, Jeronimo is "the only guy who is not judging me now."

In Milk, Luna's character Jack Lira falls in love with Sean Penn's 1970s gay rights champion Harvey Milk. A performance his wife, Camila Sodi enjoyed, Luna tells PEOPLE.

"She laughed a lot about it," he says, adding that Camila has been spending time at home, "taking care of the baby."

"I'm here just talking about a film – it's just a film – everything now is just what it is," he says. "It can't be so important. Now, there's just one thing that really matters. It's a different kind of love that you didn't know existed. It makes everything easier really."



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Anonymous said...

Take your best shot with a phone
The new k750i isn't a camera or a phone, it's both. Hold it horizontally and it's a 2.0 mega-pixel digital camera; flip it vertically and it's a phone.

Summer feels like a distant memory but there's plenty to do in London this weekend ... indoors and outside. Why not head down to the Thames for some fun on the river, the capital's great buildings will be throwing their doors open to the public and there's a special race in Richmond Park. Have a great weekend.

Don't miss...
BOOK NOW: Franz Ferdinand at Alexandra Palace

Win win win!
COMPETITION: Nutrition & Health Show tickets

The big day out...
LONDON OPEN HOUSE: The annual Open House weekend is your chance to tour some of the 600 public and private buildings involved.

Take the kids...
THE MAYOR'S THAMES FESTIVAL: The Thames becomes a giant playground for this annual event that includes a Great River Race and a carnival of 2,000 floats, musicians and dancers.

A day in the park...
THE RICHMOND DUATHLON: Cheer on 2,500 competitors as they run and cycle their way round Richmond Park for the cancer charity Maggie's Centres.

The unique cultural event...
CULTURAL REVELATION: London's theatres, galleries, orchestras, cinemas and dance companies throw open their doors to give the public behind-the-scenes access, discounts and special events.

The big night out...
THE PHILANTHROPIST: Christopher Hampton's finest play has aged well and this production at the Donmar Warehouse left Nicholas de Jongh moved, amused and overwhelmed.

Last chance to see...
OPEN SYSTEMS: Open Systems brings together the work of 31 international artists to recreate a crucial moment in modern cultural history - the birth of conceptual art.

Check out for all that's happening around town over the week.