Oct 22,2014

Brooklyn Decker attends the 2014 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event

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Actresse Brooklyn Decker attends the 2014 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event hosted By Diane von Furstenberg, Reese Witherspoon, Mark Holgate, And Lisa Love and presented by thecorner.com and supported by Aveda, Lexus, and Maybelline New York at Chateau Marmont on October 21, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

(10/21) CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California



Oct 22,2014

9th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Gala

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Brooklyn Decker arrive at the 9th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Gala at ACL Live on October 17, 2014 in Austin, Texas.

(10/17) 9th Annual Andy Roddick Foundation Gala



Oct 06,2014

‘Stretch’ Behind the Scenes clip

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Here’s a new Behind the Scenes clip from Brooklyn’s movie Stretch. It’s a really really clip, so check it out!

Stretch will be out tomorrow via iTunes & Amazon



Sep 25,2014

Stretch Official Movie Trailer

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The movie stars Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Chris Pine and Ed Helms. It was directed by Joe Carnahan and will be released on Amazon and iTunes on October 7 and VOD on October 14.



Sep 19,2014

‘Stretch’ gets a release date!

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Mark your calendars everyone! We are thrilled to finally know the release of one of Brooklyn’s upcoming movies! The movie Stretch directed by Joe Carnahan will be released onĀ iTunes and Amazon October 7th and will be available on VOD one week later on October 14th! We will of course, be posting more updates from the movie as well as links to buy the movie when they are available.

P.S: Make sure to follow @stretchthemovie on twitter for some great contest and more updates!



Sep 19,2014

How Brooklyn Decker Supports Her Aunt, a Special Olympics Athlete

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How Brooklyn Decker Supports Her Aunt, a Special Olympics Athlete

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Brooklyn Decker at the Special Olympics Project’s national Youth Activation Summit in 2010
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Brooklyn Decker has been involved with Special Olympics since she was a kid.

Having an aunt with intellectual disabilities, the actress and model, 27, is thankful for the kindness and support the organization has always provided.

“They hosted events every weekend, and she always looked forward to participating and was so proud to bring home a medal,” Decker tells PEOPLE. “I saw how important the organization was to her life.”

“I remember in elementary school, we had a program that involved many athletes with intellectual disabilities, and their goal was to get students involved with those students,” she recalls. “They wanted to introduce this idea of inclusion, which is what Special Olympics does so well, especially with unified sports. It was so impactful to me.”

Decker has continued her childhood involvement throughout the years and after serving as a national ambassador and was recently named a global ambassador for Special Olympics.

And she’s not the only one in her family lending their support.

“I’m no athlete, but I do know one [husband and tennis pro Andy Roddick],” she says, “and he’s done a fantastic job helping with the cause as well.”

For more of our interview with Decker, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

 

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