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Tag Results for "Latino Entertainment"

Oscar Nominee Bradley Cooper Will Bring Mother to Awards

Bradley Cooper has gone in just a few years from being just another handsome actor in box office hits like "The Hangover" to being nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor for his role in "Silver Linings Playbook." continue reading »

Benjamin Bratt to Narrate the PBS series “Latino Americans”

The meeting of the Television Critics ASSOCIATION, PBS announced that Benjamin Bratt to narrate ctor LATINO AMERICANS, a landmark six-hour documentary in three parts which will be broadcast nationally on PBS in the fall of 2013. It is the first major television documentary series recounting the experiences and the rich and varied history of Latinos, who have contributed to the transformation of the United States for over 500 years and have become, with over 50 million people , the largest minority in the U.S. continue reading »

Latino Bounty Hunter Series Premiering on Mun2 Cable Network

Roman Morales, a long-time government agent, joins a team of bounty hunters in rounding up people wanted by the law, in the new action series "Fugitivos de la Ley: Los Angeles" (Fugitives of the Law: Los Angeles), to be aired on the Mun2 cable broadcast network. continue reading »

Christian Band Son By Four Promotes New Single

The Puerto Rican Christian music group Son By Four, known internationally for the number "A Puro Dolor" (Purest of Pain), is promoting their new single, "Si Los Ves Llorar" (If You See Them Cry). continue reading »

Telenovela Star Julian Gil Reinvents Classic Hearththrob

Actor Julian Gil plays one of the most winning characters of his career, a classic heartthrob, in "Quien Eres Tu?" (Who Are You?), a telenovela that airs five nights a week on Univision sister network UniMas. continue reading »

Tenor Placido Domingo Performs at Charity Concert in Acapulco

Spanish tenor Placido Domingo made his last appearance of the year at a charity concert in the Mexican Pacific resort city of Acapulco, performing before nearly 20,000 people. continue reading »

Adamari Lopez Promotes New Book in People en Español Magazine

Actress Adamari Lopez will end 2012 appearing on the cover of People en Español magazine and with the publication of her book "Viviendo" (Living), in which she recounts her battle against cancer and the cheating ways of her then-husband Luis Fonsi. continue reading »

Breakups Inspire Colombian Singer Marre’s New Album

Colombian pop singer-songwriter Marre sought inspiration in bygone romances to create the songs of love and loss she composed in New York and will launch in January 2013 in the album "Sombras de Luz" (Shadows of Light). continue reading »

Paulina Rubio’s Ex Limited to Supervised Visitation With Son

Mexican singer Paulina Rubio said Friday that her ex-husband, Spanish businessman Nicolas "Colate" Vallejo Nagera, can only visit their son under the "supervision of a person who cares for the child's physical and mental safety." continue reading »

Nearly 500k Watched Alejandro Sanz Concert Live Online

Nearly half a million people viewed the live online broadcast of Alejandro Sanz's Dec. 6 concert in Miami, the Web site Terra reported Monday. continue reading »

Jenni Rivera Family Outraged Over Leaked Video of Plane Crash Scene

The family of the late Latin American pop star Jenni Rivera is outraged over a leaked video of the plane crash site where she died Sunday. continue reading »

Singer Julieta Venegas to Host Buenos Aires Bookstore Night

Mexican singer Julieta Venegas hosts Saturday the 6th Buenos Aires Bookstore Night, a celebration of books and their authors that in previous years has attracted crowds of more than 40,000 people. continue reading »

Telemundo Announces Aracely Arambula Will Star in “La Patrona” Telenovela

Mexican actress Aracely Arambula will star in the new Telemundo telenovela "La Patrona" (The Boss), to premier Jan. 8, the Hispanic network announced. continue reading »

Sofia Vergara Receives Third Golden Globe Nomination

For the third time in her career, Colombia's Sofia Vergara has won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, for her acting in "Modern Family," the Hollywood Foreign Press Association said Thursday. continue reading »

“Skyfall” Villain Javier Bardem gets SAG Nod

Spanish actor Javier Bardem was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for best supporting actor for his portrayal of the villain in the latest James Bond film, "Skyfall." continue reading »

Salma Hayek, Silvio Horta Working on ABC Comedy About Cuban-American Family

Salma Hayek and Silvio Horta are reportedly working on a comedy for ABC Studios. The show would revolve around a Cuban-American family as they are shocked to learn the family’s patriarch had a child with the housekeeper more than 25 years earlier continue reading »

Mexico’s ‘Biutiful’ Director Now Working on ‘Birdman’

The director of Babel and Biutiful is now set to direct Birdman, the story of an actor who once played a famous superhero and is now faced with a woun continue reading »

Frankie Muñiz Recovering After ‘Mini Stroke’

Former Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muñiz (born Francisco Muñiz IV) is now recovering after a terrifying 'mini stroke' last week. The 26-year-old former child star took to Twitter Tuesday: continue reading »

Mario Lopez Marries Courtney Mazza in Mexico

Dimpled cutie Mario Lopez is now officially off the market after marrying long-time girlfriend Courtney Mazza. Mazza, the mother of their 2-year-old daughter Gia, and Lopez reportedly met while worki continue reading »

Fito Paez to Premier “El Amor Despues del Amor: 20 Años” at Cuban Film Festival

Argentine singer-songwriter Fito Paez will premiere his DVD "El Amor despues del Amor: 20 Años" (Love after Love: 20 Years) at the 34th International Festival of New Latin American Film, which begins Tuesday in Cuba, local media said. continue reading »