Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren welcomed a baby girl Saturday night, the actress announced Sunday: "Big sister Honor couldn't be more excited about the new addition to our family. Thank you for all of your support during my pregnancy. It means the world to me. Haven Garner Warren was born on Saturday, weighed 7 lbs and was 19 inches long. Very healthy and happy!"
Alba and producer Warren have been married since May 2008 after meeting on the set of Fantastic Four in 2005, where he was a production assistant and she played the role of Invisible Girl. Alba's new movie Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4-D hits theaters on friday (trailer below).
The 4-D part of the movie is being dubbed as "Aromascope." Audiences will be given a free scratch-and-sniff card (along with their 3D glasses). Cues during the movie will instruct fans which odor to sniff in order to interact with the family film.
This gimmick has been done before. It has was tried back in 1960's The Scent of Mystery, 2003's Rugrats Go Wild and in John Waters' 1981 flick Polyester, during which audiences could smell pizza, glue, gasoline and feces. Although children would probably love that, Spy Kids will probably play it very wholesome.
"Families are going to love the interactivity of this new addition to the movie going experience," said director Robert Rodriguez in a press release. "And best of all, you won't have to pay extra for 4D Aromascope, which will be provided to every theater whether it be 2D or 3D.”
The flick offers a new pair of title heroes, played by Rowen Blanchard and Mason Cook, with Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara playing supporting roles. In addition to Jessica Alba, the latest Spy Kids also stars Jeremy Piven, playing the villain, The Soup's Joel McHale, and The Office star Ricky Gervais, providing the voice of a kung fu dog.