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January Candids

Got the gallery caught up on the 2011 candids so far.Sorry I haven’t been able to add the newest photos as soon as they are available.I’ve been so crazy busy! I will try to be better at that from now on.

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– Candids > 2011 > January 6th – Attending Parents Vowel Renewal Ceremony
– Candids > 2011 > January 7th – Out In Los Angeles
– Candids > 2011 > January 8th – Attending Harlow Maddens Birthday Party
– Candids > 2011 > January 9th – Having Brunch With Family

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Busted! Jessica Alba slapped with a parking fine

She’s an A-list actress with a glittering career who frequently makes the ‘Most Beautiful’ lists.

But even Jessica Alba isn’t exempt from the consequences of violating parking rules in Los Angeles.

The 29-year-old was running errands yesterday when she let the meter on her parking spot run out.

And unfortunately for the actress, a very gleeful-looking parking enforcement officer issued a $65 ticket.

Wearing brown boots with a thick brown cardigan, Jessica seemed unconcerned as she walked back to her car with a thermos in her hand.

The Fantastic Four star recently watched her parents renewed their wedding vows after over 30 years of marriage.

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“I’m Just A Girl From The Suburbs”

JESSICA Alba isn’t as sassy as she makes out.

The actress says she’s frustrated that many people aren’t aware of her true “simple” nature.

“I grew up Catholic so I have lots of guilt I can’t seem to shake away. I’m really just a simple girl from the suburbs,” she said.

“But, a lot of the time, the magazines don’t show that side of me. I’m proud of my heritage.

“I need to find time to be myself and not to be only a personality part of the business,” she said.

Alba recently revealed she almost quit acting — after being told by a director that she needed to look “prettier” in a scene where she was crying.

“I wanted to stop acting. I hated it. I really hated it,” Alba said of her experience with the director of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.

“I remember when I was dying in Silver Surfer.

“The director was like, ‘It looks too real. It looks too painful. Can you be prettier when you cry? Cry pretty, Jessica.’ He was like, ‘Don’t do that thing with your face. Just make it flat. We can CGI the tears in.’

“It all got me thinking: Am I not good enough? Are my instincts and my emotions not good enough? Do people hate them so much that they don’t want me to be a person? Am I not allowed to be a person in my work? And so I just said, ‘F**k it. I don’t care about this business anymore.’”

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December Candids

Sorry I didn’t add these sooner but here’s the missing December Candids!

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– Candids > 2010 > December 23rd – Shopping In Los Angeles
– Candids > 2010 > December 24th – Out With Honor
– Candids > 2010 > December 26th – Out And About In Beverly Hills
– Candids > 2010 > December 28th – Arrving At LAX Airport
– Candids > 2010 > December 29th – Vacation In Cabo San Lucas

Categories Movies News/Rumors

‘Little Fockers’ takes top spot at box office

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas break! I had an amazing time with my family and now I’m going to start getting my sites all updated.

LA Times Blogs

The Fockers are still the king of the busy holiday box office as “Little Fockers” had a pretty good start, but the Coen brothers’ “True Grit” was surprisingly close on their heels. Meanwhile, Jack Black’s “Gulliver’s Travels” barely got off the starting line.

“Little Fockers” opened to a studio-estimated $48.3 million from its Wednesday opening through Sunday, not bad but well behind the $70.5-million launch of its predecessor, “Meet the Fockers,” on the same dates in 2004.

Though the opening of the PG-13 family comedy starring Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro was softer than expected based on pre-release surveys going into the weekend, “True Grit” topped expectations. The western remake starring Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen took in $36.8 million over the five days

The only other new movie in nationwide release was the Jack Black comedy “Gulliver’s Travels,” a 3-D adaptation of the classic Jonathan Swift story. It debuted Saturday, Christmas Day, and took in a weak estimated $7.2 million for the two-day weekend.

Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media spent a hefty sum to produce “Little Fockers,” with its array of stars, including Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand and Jessica Alba. Three people close to the film said its budget was between $130 million and $140 million, though a spokeswoman for domestic distributor Universal said the final cost was about $100 million.

Day-to-day trends in ticket sales, including a big dip on Christmas Eve and a huge jump on Christmas Day, were similar to those of “Meet the Fockers,” indicating that the film was following a pattern similar to the last film in the trilogy but on a smaller scale. If it continues on the same path, it should end up with a domestic gross of about $190 million, compared with $279 million for “Meet the Fockers.”

That’s a solid number but less than what Universal and its partners were hoping for. The three companies are evenly splitting revenues from the picture.

“Little Fockers” drew a diverse crowd of families without young children, based on exit polls, though audiences tilted more female. Reactions were mixed, with ticket buyers giving it an average grade of B-, according to market research firm CinemaScore.

Overseas, where Paramount is releasing the movie, “Little Fockers” took in $27 million in 37 foreign markets, which Paramount estimated represented about two-thirds of its foreign box-office potential. “Meet the Fockers” grossed slightly less internationally than domestically, and it appears that “Little Fockers” will do the same.

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Gallery / Merry Christmas

Last update till after Christmas! Added pictures from the Little Fockers After Party,some new candids and scans from Harper’s Bazaar.

I hope you all have a beautiful,fun Christmas.Thank you to everyone who has visited the site and also to my amazing host.I have huge plans for Jessica Daily and I hope I continue getting this wonderful support.

Merry Christmas!

Gallery Links
– Public Appearances > 2010 > Little Fockers Premiere After Party
– Magazine Scans > 2011 > Harper’s Bazaar Austrailia – January
– Candids > 2010 > December 21st – Shopping At The Grove

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Site Note

Once again I am sorry for not updating in a few days but with Christmas so close I’ve been really busy with work and trying to finish my shopping and I think I’m pretty much done right now so my goal for Tuesday and Thursday is to update all my sites because obviously I won’t be able to for a couple days.

Just wanted to let everyone know what was going on:)