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George Lopez Sitcom Actress Constance Marie’s New Sitcom “Switched at Birth”

You are likely to have seen one of Constance Marie’s many onscreen portrayals of loving Latino mothers, like in the film Selena or like her role as George Lopez’s wife on George Lopez. This season, Marie is back as mom Regina Vazquez in the ABC Family sitcom Switched at Birth. continue reading »

Watch “blacktino” Trailer Celebrating a Black-Latino Nerd Premiering March 11 at SXSW (VIDEO)

"blacktino" will celebrate its world premiere at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin Texas. continue reading »

Holy Mistaken Ethnicities, Batman!

In these times of WikiLeaks and bats dying en masse, news from the bat-cave has been leaked to the world, news concerning the two new bat-villains plaguing Gotham City, and we are not particularly pleased with these news. continue reading »

Mexico’s “Biutiful” and Javier Bardem- Latino Nominees at the 2011 Oscars

Following a cold response from American shows this Award season, Spanish Actor Javier Bardem is finally awarded a nomination for his gripping role in "Biutiful," and the movie is nominated for Best Foreign Film as well. continue reading »

What Every Latino should Know About Sundance 2011

Three films made in Latin América, one Colombian, one Mexican and one Cuban will compete in this year's Sundance Film Festival, in Park City and Ogden, UT. continue reading »

Colombian Actor John Leguízamo to Produce an Album with La Fania (VIDEO)

The production will be a compilation of songs from the Fania Recordings Catalog that were popular when the actor was growing up, and will accompany the upcoming Broadway run of Leguizamo's latest solo show, Ghetto Klown. continue reading »

‘Carlos” Only Latino Winner at the 2011 Golden Globes

The TV Mini-Series that tells the story of Venezuelan revolutionary Ilich Ramírez Sánchez was the big Latino winner of the 2011 Golden Globes. continue reading »

America Ferrera to Join Cast of “The Good Wife”

Following a sabbatical year of sorts after the 4-season run of "Ugly Betty," America Ferrara will be joining the cast of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning drama "The Good Wife" Starring Juliana Marguiles and Chris Noth. continue reading »

No SAG or Golden Globe for Bardem. Is the Biutiful star ‘Bardoomed’ in the U.S.?

Both the Golden Globes and the SAG's (Screen Actors Guild Awards) have challenged expectations and media buzz by failing to nominate Spanish actor Javier Bardem for a Best Actor award for his 'Role in Biutiful.' continue reading »

Christmas and Immigration with Los Angeles’ Mayor to Be, George López (VIDEO)

Last week we brought you the top ten YouTube videos of 2010. George López had the very eloquent and talented creator of the number one video, Antoine Dodson to perform his idea of a sung Christmas Card. continue reading »

“From Prada To Nada.”  A South of the border Version of “Sense And Sensibility” (VIDEO)

You know the story. Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen. Two super posh English spoiled sisters must reinvent their lives after their excessively well off dad kicks the bucket and leaves them penniless. They move into the humble abode of a far away aunt, where they discover love, and heritage, and whatnot, and everyone lives happily ever after, except the father, because again, he dies toward the beginning of the novel. continue reading »

List of Nominees for the 68th Golden Globes is Out:  Four Latinos Nominated

The 2011 Golden Globes are fast approaching, and the list of nominees includes four Latino stars of Film and Television, two male, two female. continue reading »

Benicio del Toro Will Debut as Director Next Year With “7 Days in Havana,” a Seven-Director Effort

Puerto Rican-American Benicio Del Toro will debut as a director next year , with the film 7 Days in Havana, a Spanish-language film about contemporary Cuba. continue reading »