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Buenos Aires Welcomes Tom Cruise at “Oblivion” Premiere

U.S. actor Tom Cruise turned up for the Argentine premiere of his new film "Oblivion," thrilling a crowd of fans eager for a glimpse of the Hollywood megastar. continue reading »

Spanish TV Series Looking to Expand to Larger International Market

Classic Spanish television series like "Los Serrano," or current ones like "Gran Hotel" and "Cuentame" are seen across half the planet, but the country's fiction television producers want to make a qualitative leap with international coproduction seeking bigger budgets and new markets. continue reading »

PETA Rescues Chicken on Behalf of Ricky Martin

The Latino arm of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said it is sponsoring a rescued chicken in honor of superstar Ricky Martin's recent embrace of vegetarianism. continue reading »

2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards Artist Roster

Telemundo announced that internationally renowned singer and actress Lucero, leading finalist and social media maven Don Omar, La Arrolladora Banda el Limon de Rene Camacho, Gerardo Ortiz, Michel Telo, and Vallenato’s world ambassador Carlos Vives will perform at this year’s Billboard Latin Music Awards presented by State Farm, produced and broadcast live Thursday, April 25 at 7PM/6c from BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in Florida continue reading »

Jon Secada: Interview with 90s Pop Star

Jon Secada was a 90s pop star. His debut self-titled album sold 3 million records and he has had hit songs, such as “Just Another Day,” “Angel,” “I’m Free,” “If You Go,” and “Mental Picture.” He has made music in English and Spanish and he won 2 Grammy's with his Spanish music. continue reading »

Mexico Offering Greater Opportunities to Aspiring Spanish Musicians

Spanish musicians are looking to Mexico for opportunities amid the deep economic recession that has hurt music sales and dampened concert attendance in their homeland. continue reading »

130 Bands Take the Stage at Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City

One day late after the scheduled first day was canceled, one of the most important events in the world of Ibero-American music, the three-day Vive Latino Festival, kicked off in Mexico City with the prospect of presenting some 130 bands. continue reading »

Michelle Rodriguez, Kate del Castillo to Partake in Charity Auto Race

Actresses Kate del Castillo and Michelle Rodriguez and pop singer Cristian Castro will be among the celebrities taking part in a charity auto race on April 20 in Long Beach, California, to benefit children battling serious illnesses, organizers said in a statement. continue reading »

Michelle Obama Makes Second Appearance on Vogue’s Cover

First lady Michelle Obama will appear on the cover of Vogue's April edition, marking the second time she has graced the cover of the fashion magazine, media reports said. continue reading »

Lady Gaga Uses Gold Wheelchair Post Hip Surgery

Lady Gaga commissioned a prominent New York jeweler to build a gold-plated wheelchair so she could get around after a Feb. 20 operation to repair an injured hip. continue reading »

Multiple Hollywood Studios Looking to Produce Lance Armstrong Biopic

Film studio Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to an untitled project about the rise and fall of American former road cyclist Lance Armstrong, a subject that Paramount Pictures also is planning to bring to the big screen. continue reading »

St. Louis Cardinals Star Yadier Molina Starts Record Label

St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is on his way to becoming an entrepreneur in the music world after starting a record label, Molina Records, soon to launch the first solo disc by Venezuelan rapper Oma 206. continue reading »

Eva Longoria Encourages Women to Go Beyond Traditional Roles

The actress of Mexican origin, Eva Longoria, who will return to the big screen with her new film "Frontera," believes women must train themselves professionally in order to shed the role society has traditionally imposed on them. continue reading »

Elton John Performs for the First Time in Paraguay

As promised, British music icon Sir Elton John served up an intimate performance for his first-ever concert in Paraguay. John gave his band the night off, appearing alone on stage with his piano before some 5,000 fans gathered in a courtyard at the Yacht y Golf Club Paraguayo, just outside Asuncion. continue reading »

Paulina Rubio, Ex-husband Reach Divorce Agreement

Mexican singer Paulina Rubio and her ex-husband Nicolas "Colate" Vallejo Najera have arrived at an agreement that will put an end to the legal battle over their divorce and the custody of their child, Andrea Nicolas, People en Español reported Wednesday on its Web page. continue reading »

Academy Award Winning Director Says He Prefers to Make Period Pieces

Contemporary life is too "boring" to make movies about, Spanish director Fernando Trueba, who much prefers period pieces, said. continue reading »

Kiko Veneno Strengthens Ties with Latin America

Legendary Spanish artist Kiko Veneno said here Friday in an interview with Efe that he feels "really at home" with Latin American audiences, a few short days before his live presentation in Montevideo of "El Pimiento Indomable" (The Untamable Pepper), a disc he recorded with Uruguayan artist Martin Buscaglia. continue reading »

Robert Rodriguez and His Tres Pistolero Studio Land Major Production Deal

Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez and his Austin based Tres Pistolero Studio announced that they are entering in a three-year, 13 episode television deal with Georgeville Television. The six series will be featured on Comcast’s El Rey Network. continue reading »

Documentary Covers the Perils of Migrants Crossing Mexico to the U.S.

The new documentary "La Bestia" examines the plight of Central American migrants during their dangerous journey across Mexico to the United States, filmmaker Pedro Ultreras said. continue reading »

Author Reveals Plot Details for Next Bond Novel

The next James Bond novel, which will be published in September, has the world's most famous secret agent living in London's Chelsea section at the age of 45, writer William Boyd said Thursday. continue reading »