Eugenio Derbez and Alessandra Rosaldo attended the opening of the Hollywood Academy Museum

Eugenio Derbez and Alessandra Rosaldo attended the opening of the Hollywood Academy Museum

Eugenio Derbez, Alessandra rosaldo, Diego Boneta, Luis Gerardo Mendez, Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu were just some of the Mexican celebrities who attended the opening of the Hollywood Academy Museum (Academy Museum of Motion Pictures) in Los Angeles California.

Mexican actor Eugenio Derbez and his wife Alessandra Rosaldo, were one of the couples who this September 25 witnessed the grand opening of the museum of the United States Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, one of the most important events of the year in Hollywood.

Through his official Instagram profile, the Mexican actor and comedian shared some videos of the moments before the gala, where he lived with his fans and expressed how excited he was to be able to live with celebrities he admires. Likewise, the actress and singer stressed that after the pandemic, this is the first time in the last two years that they have gone out together, which is why they considered the event as one of their “special dates.”

During his arrival at the new cultural destination, Derbez decided to live with a group of Latinos who called him to take the classic photo of the memory, being grateful for the recognition.

In one more recording, the couple could also be seen living with another prominent Mexican on the big screen, the actor Luis Gerardo Mendez, who said he was representing the Mexicans.

The actor Diego Boneta and the filmmakers Alejandro González Iñárritu, Guillermo del Toro, as well as the producer and photographer Emmanuel “El Chivo” Lubezki, were other of the assistants to the great inauguration of the enclosure dedicated to the seventh art.

The museum dedicated to cinema will open its doors to the general public on September 30 in Los Angeles, California, the capital of the seventh art, which according to Forbes will become one of the tourist attractions of the Californian metropolis, where they will exhibit an outstanding collection of 12 million photographs, 190 thousand classic tape items, 80 thousand scripts, 50 thousand posters, as well as 20 thousand designs and sketches.

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