Jessica Alba likes empowering children

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The fourth film in the Spy Kids series starring Jessica Alba, Antonio Banderas, Jeremy Piven, Rowan Blanchard, Mason Cook, Joel McHale, Danny Trejo and Alexa Vega. The plot revolves around twins Rebecca and Cecil (Blanchard & Cook) who cannot get along with their stepmother, Marissa Cortez Wilson (Jessica Alba). Marissa is married to their father, the spy-hunting reporter Wilbur Wilson (Joel McHale). Unbeknownst to the twins, Marissa is actually a retired spy for the OSS (Organization of Super Spies) when she gets called back into action. With the Earth being threatened by an evil villain known as The Timekeeper (Piven) and the lives of innocent people seemingly in jeopardy, Rebecca and Cecil find that they have no choice but to put their anger aside and help their stepmother.
August 19th, 2011

Jessica Alba likes "empowering kids" with movies.

The 30-year-old actress may be best known for sexy film roles in projects including 'Machete' and 'Fantastic Four', but she agreed to sign up to 'Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World' because it allows youngsters to think they can be involved in "saving the world".

She said: "I'm a fan of the director, Robert Rodriguez, and the 'Spy Kids' movies. I love how he empowers kids in his movies. It's not just the grown-ups that get to do all the cool action and take part in saving the world.

"It's the kids, and so I think that's really neat. And then he knew that I wanted to do a kid's movie after I had my daughter. So when he suggested it, I was cool."

Jessica believes becoming a mother to Honor, three, allowed her to sign up to this movie and she is unsure if she could have done it otherwise.

She added to "I don't know if I would have even done this movie if I wasn't a parent, so I actually brought my real life experience to work. It was more natural and I've been in a lot of those circumstances for sure."