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Dora the Explorer, navigate to the high school and is searching for a mythical city in the hopes of saving her parents ‘home in” Dora and the Lost City of Gold, ” and a group of teens discover a mysterious book in the ‘Scary Stories in the Dark.’
Eva Longoria is taking a stand against the mommy-shamers.
The 44-year-old actress, who recently gave birth to a son, Santiago, Enrique, takes issue with the so-called “mom-shamers” who is the audience judge the celebrities for their parenting, by way of social media.
In an interview with Fox News, the former “Desperate Housewives” star says that even though she tends to avoid negativity on social media, it has to be a problem with the moms who criticize other parents online.
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“You know, it’s so funny. I don’t read the comments, so I usually avoid all of that negativity and mother-shaming is, if there is one,” Longoria admitted. “But that’s probably my biggest pet peeve about being a mom, it’s one of the other moms who judge other moms. And you don’t … to each his own. Everyone is going to be my maternal instincts that come out when you were a kid and you have to follow them to the best of your knowledge.”
The actress said: ‘parents need to spend more time supporting each other.
“I’ve been lucky in that I have a really thick skin. … And I’m not really in touch with it so far, but I’ve noticed that with other celebrities, through some of the mommy-shamers,” she said. “I think that every mother tries their best, so we’ll have to pull them up, and they are happy, instead of tearing them down.”
Longoria has shared pictures of her son, who she nickname, But, on the social media. These include shots of her in a book to be read to him, and some playful time together while the actress is preparing herself to work.
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Elsewhere in the interview, Longoria spoken about the possibility of a “Desperate Housewives” reunion, which would lead to a return of its fan-favorite character, Gabby Solis. When he was asked what it would take for her to reprise her most famous role, Longoria said that she would return in a heart beat.
“It doesn’t cost anything,” they are full of confidence, he said. “I love Gabby Solis, I’m going to miss Gabby Solis. I’m going to miss Wisteria Lane. … I have always said I would be the first one to sign up to be a reboot.
“Desperate Housewives” star, Nicollette Sheridan as Edie Britt, Marcia Cross as Bree Van De Kamp, Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis, Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo and Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer.
(Andrew Eccles/the Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)
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Even though there is no evidence of any “Housewives” reboot ” has officially started, Longoria is excited about all the different roles, especially in her movie “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.” In the film, in theaters now, follows a teenager Dora the Explorer to use them as they are going on adventures with high school friends, featuring Longoria as Dora’s mother.
“When I first got the news that I would be Dora’s father and mother, and I was like,” What? I’m so excited!'” they will be remembered. “They said they were going to be able to apply this to an iconic character from a cartoon, a live-action film, and I was really interested and intrigued by the way that’s going to be like.”
Longoria says, “Dora”, is an action-packed comedy that’s great for the whole family, and she was very excited about the role because of her personal connection to the franchise.
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“Dora has always been in my spirit. I’ve always wanted my life to be with this icon, and a wonderful representative of our culture,” she admits. “She was ahead of her time, doing a cultural exchange by teaching a small Spanish words, as well as in other parts of the world, they have to learn English.”
The actress continued to look at the city’s iconic status as control, to admit that they really don’t know how popular the character was until recently.
“I didn’t know that she was famous all over the world, until it became known that I was doing this movie, and all my friends from all over the world were invited. I came to realize how important it is to have so many people in the younger generation.”
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Dora and the Lost City of Gold” has Longoria, in addition to Isabella Moner, as Dora, Michael Peña, and Danny Trejo.
Fox News’ Mounia Touzani, contributed to this report