Rosario Dawson’s ‘Top Five’ Christmas traditions

Christmas is sneaking up on everyone, especially Rosario Dawson, who is eagerly waiting for the the festive day to sit back, relax, play video games and bring out abuelita’s Christmas tree. While promoting her latest film “Top Five” starring Chris Rock, the Puerto Rican actress opened up to VOXXI about her top five Christmas traditions. SEE ALSO: Top 5 Colombian traditions during the Christmas season “Eating pernil (Puerto Rican pork roast) and fighting over the pork rinds. The pegao’ which is the Puerto Rican popcorn –the rice at the bottom of the pan,” Dawson stated about her favorite holiday dish. “Just being with family and opening crazy presents. I just know people don’t get me presents…they just know I like bubble wraps,” she continued. Another one of Dawson’s favorite traditions is taking the time off to “veg out” in video games. The Latina starlet says the holidays are the perfect time to reflect and share stories with her loved ones. This year, she and her family have a new tradition in stock. “We’re gonna bring out my grandma’s tree which I grew up with since I was very little. Since she’s passed, we haven’t really used any of that stuff and this is gonna be year,” she said. But before the countdown to Christmas begins, Dawson is presenting her latest film with comedian and actor Chris Rock called “Top Five.” In the film she plays Chelsea Brown, a witty and passionate reporter who’s assigned to write a story about Chris Rock’s character. “She’s an awesome New Yorker! A true bonafide, super cool, modern day woman. Stylish, multi talented and quintessential New Yorker,” Dawson said of her character. Written and directed by Chris Rock, “Top Five” is the movie to watch this holiday season. In the words of Dawson, it’s an “incredible drama with a lot of jokes.” This is how our conversation went in a nutshell: Top Five Best Things about “Chelsea Brown” Wit Passion Honesty Dedication Quintessential New Yorker Top Five Favorite Latino Artists Zoe Saldana Diego Luna Dolores Huerta Gabriel Garcia Marquez John Leguizamo Top Five Best Christmas Traditions Eating perni and pegao’ rice Being with family Opening crazy presents Play video games Time off to reflect Top Five Reasons to Watch “Top Five” Drama/Comedy Music by Quest Love Chris Rock Hot Sauce and Hangers The Cast “Top Five” hits theaters nationwide on December 12th. SEE ALSO: John Leguizamo on his first time working with Keanu ReevesThe post Rosario Dawson’s ‘Top Five’ Christmas traditions appeared first on Voxxi.

Christmas is sneaking up on everyone, especially Rosario Dawson, who is eagerly waiting for the the festive day to sit back, relax, play video games and bring out abuelita’s Christmas tree.

While promoting her latest film “Top Five” starring Chris Rock, the Puerto Rican actress opened up to VOXXI about her top five Christmas traditions.

SEE ALSO: Top 5 Colombian traditions during the Christmas season

“Eating pernil (Puerto Rican pork roast) and fighting over the pork rinds. The pegao’ which is the Puerto Rican popcorn –the rice at the bottom of the pan,” Dawson stated about her favorite holiday dish.

“Just being with family and opening crazy presents. I just know people don’t get me presents…they just know I like bubble wraps,” she continued.

Another one of Dawson’s favorite traditions is taking the time off to “veg out” in video games.

The Latina starlet says the holidays are the perfect time to reflect and share stories with her loved ones. This year, she and her family have a new tradition in stock.

“We’re gonna bring out my grandma’s tree which I grew up with since I was very little. Since she’s passed, we haven’t really used any of that stuff and this is gonna be year,” she said.

But before the countdown to Christmas begins, Dawson is presenting her latest film with comedian and actor Chris Rock called “Top Five.”

Rosario Dawson promotes her latest film “Top Five” and plays a fun game of ‘Best Top Five’s’ with VOXXI, which includes Christmas traditions, Latino stars and more. (Photo courtesy)

In the film she plays Chelsea Brown, a witty and passionate reporter who’s assigned to write a story about Chris Rock’s character.

“She’s an awesome New Yorker! A true bonafide, super cool, modern day woman. Stylish, multi talented and quintessential New Yorker,” Dawson said of her character.

Written and directed by Chris Rock, “Top Five” is the movie to watch this holiday season. In the words of Dawson, it’s an “incredible drama with a lot of jokes.”

This is how our conversation went in a nutshell:

Top Five Best Things about “Chelsea Brown”

Rosario Dawson is in a movie with Chris Rock.
Chris Rock, left and Rosario Dawson star in the upcoming comedy “Top Five.” The stars celebrated its New York City premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014. (Photo: Courtesy Paramount Pictures)

  • Wit
  • Passion
  • Honesty
  • Dedication
  • Quintessential New Yorker

Top Five Favorite Latino Artists

  • Zoe Saldana
  • Diego Luna
  • Dolores Huerta
  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • John Leguizamo

Top Five Best Christmas Traditions

  • Eating perni and pegao’ rice
  • Being with family
  • Opening crazy presents
  • Play video games
  • Time off to reflect

Top Five Reasons to Watch “Top Five”

  • Drama/Comedy
  • Music by Quest Love
  • Chris Rock
  • Hot Sauce and Hangers
  • The Cast

“Top Five” hits theaters nationwide on December 12th.

SEE ALSO: John Leguizamo on his first time working with Keanu Reeves

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