Rocketing to fame with her critically acclaimed role in the 1997 film Selena, she broke new ground by becoming the highest-paid Latina actress with movies like Out of Sight and The Wedding Planner. And even though she's turning 42, the star has no doubts about scoring roles. "It seems like you can work and do anything at any age," she told the Associated Press while promoting her last romantic comedy, The Back-up Plan (pictured). "Women have proven that they are viable in this business...and it doesn't matter if you're not 21 years old. It just matters that you're great at what you do. And that's exciting."