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Tag Results for "Latinos In Hollywood"

Despite Limited Release, Spanish-Language “Instructions Not Included” Makes Box Office History

The comedy “Instructions Not Included” has just made box office history by earning millions in spite of its limited release and being presented in a foreign language, Spanish. continue reading »

Academy of Motion Pictures Invites Record Number of Latinos to Join

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science (AMPAS), better known for handing out Oscars, is making real its proclaimed efforts at diversification. This week the AMPAS sent out an unprecedented number of invitations, 276 to be exact, to people in the business that included a record number of Latinos in the business. 22 Latinos members were invited to join this exclusive club. continue reading »

Cuban Film “Pablo” Winner at New York City International Film Fest

The Cuban production "Pablo," directed by Yosmani Acosta, took home two prizes from the New York City International Film Festival, for Best Director and Best Supporting Actor, at a ceremony in which Latin American and Spanish productions won some important honors. continue reading »

Mario Lopez Set to Return to ‘The X Factor’; Bye-Bye Khloe Kardashian

The ever cheery Mario Lopez will be coming back as host of Fox’s ‘The X Factor” while his co-host Khloe Kardashion will not. This will be the 3rd season of the show and Lopez’ second season as host. continue reading »

Mexico’s Olga Segura is Heading for Hollywood

Mexican actress and producer Olga Segura has just filmed "The Garden of Steven," a short set in Guatemala, and "Border Run," in which she acts at the side of Sharon Stone. continue reading »

Latinos Need Their Own Superhero, Says Actor Maximiliano Hernandez

Maximiliano Hernandez, who plays special agent Jasper Sitwell in the movie "The Avengers," believes the time has come for Latinos to have their own superhero. continue reading »

Greg Garcia, Danielle Sanchez-Witzel, Sell Comedies to CBS

The creator and executive producer of Raising Hope, Greg Garcia, has reportedly sold two new comedies to CBS, one written with Danielle Sanchez-Witzel. The 42-year-old was behind the hilarious comedies continue reading »

Argentine Actress Lucy Gallardo Passes Away at 82

Argentine actress and writer, Lucy Gallardo, died yesterday in her home in Los Angeles at the age of 82 from complications from COPD. She is survived by her daugher actress Rebeca Rambal, the daughter from her marriage to the late actor Enrique Rambal. continue reading »

John Leguizamo Documentary Coming to PBS this Summer

TALES FROM A GHETTO KLOWN which profiles award-winning actor and playwright John Leguizamo’s rise to success and his struggles to mount his latest one-man show on Broadway and beyond will premiere on PBS this summer. . continue reading »

Catholic ‘Oscar’ Awarded to ‘Modern Family’ and Emilio Estevez’s ‘The Way’

ABC’s hit comedy series, ‘Modern Family,’ received the Catholics in Media Associates 2012 television award. Also known as the “Catholic Oscar,” this year’s CIMA Award recipient came as a shock to many as the show depicts the lifestyle of a married gay couple, an issue which the Catholic Church opposes. continue reading »

Hollywood Latinos Getting into the Dating Game Business

Latino Hollywood stars, Eva Longoria and George Lopez, recently announced plans to get into the reality dating game craze through separate projects. continue reading »

National Latino Media Television Writers Program Kicks Off

The National Latino Media Council (NLMC)/National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) Television Writers Program is for those writers who can write at least one half-hour comedy or one-hour dramatic television script in English within a five-week period of time. continue reading »

Eric García’s ‘Finishing School for Boys’ Soon to be seen on MTV

Eric García’s book, ‘Finishing School for Boys’ is now coming to TV after MTV ordered the pilot. continue reading »

Paulie Rojas Stars in the Hard to Find “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz”

Paulie Rojas, called by some as the ‘modern day Audrey Hepburn,’ just finished her starring role in “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz,” yet with the movie only debuting in a handful of locations across the country many will not see her in the theater. continue reading »

Roselyn Sanchez, Star of ‘Act of Valor’ Welcomes Opportunity to Work with SEALS Instead of Actor

Roselyn Sanchez, star of the upcoming film, ‘Act of Valor,’ welcomed the chance to work alongside real servicemen instead of actors. continue reading »

Norberto Barba’s ‘Grimm’ Premieres to 6.5 Million Viewers

Director and Executive Producer Norberto Barba is enjoying the positive reviews of his newest television project ‘Grimm’, that premiered last night on NBC. In addition the new show premiered with 6.5 million total viewers and a 2.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic. continue reading »

Diego Luna: “We Mexicans, Are in the Middle of a War”

Monday, celebrated actor Diego Luna, along with Gael García Bernal, attended the premiere of “Miss Bala”, produced by their Canana Films production company. continue reading »

Some of Mexico’s Top Actors Taking a Shot in Hollywood and Succeeding

As the United States is seeing a Latino boom in its population, Hollywood is also seeing an influx of Mexican film and television stars in their midst. continue reading »

Wilmer Valderrama Reconnects with His Roots

NuvoTV's PASTPORT: VENEZUELA joins Valderrama on his emotional return to Venezuela for the first time since he came to the U.S. 16 years ago. continue reading »

WATCH Will Ferrell Speak En Español in the Trailer for “Casa De Mi Padre” (VIDEO)

Yes, That’s right. Hear Señor Will say “Te voy a dar una paliza con estas manos” and become the Mexican Armando Alvarez continue reading »