Eva Longoria was all smiles on Wednesday at the premiere of her new film, "Lowriders," in Los Angeles, less than two weeks after tying the knot with husband José Antonio Bastón in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.
Longoria spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner before the premiere at the Arclight Hollywood theater, where the newly-married star gushed about her post-wedding bliss, explaining that her radiant glow was the result of both a happy marriage and a honeymoon tan.
The cute couple tied the knot on May 21 and then took off for an exotic honeymoon that included a stop in Cambodia, where the 41-year-old "Telenovela" star shared a selfie in front of an ancient temple.
She also shared shared a few bikini-clad Instagram posts from various idyllic locales.
Longoria didn't share many details with her social media followers about where she went on her stunning honeymoon, and she was equally secretive about where she was going to get married in the weeks leading up to her and Bastón’s big day.
"How did you keep it such a secret?" Turner asked. "You were killing us, posting pictures from everywhere, throwing everyone off."
"We were trying!" Longoria explained. "It was a very small wedding, so it was very close family and friends. It was easy not to have a leak when it's your closest friends."
Now the Golden Globe-nominated actress is back in the City of Angles for the premiere of her new film, which opened this year's L.A. Film Fest. The movie takes a look at the lowrider culture in East L.A. and Southern California's Latino communities, and Longoria says there is "no better film to open this festival."
"It is total L.A. It's filmed in L.A., the story is an L.A. story, and it's a beautiful subculture that hasn't really been depicted in film that's such a huge part of L.A.," Longoria shared. "Lowriders" is set to hit theaters later this year.