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Spanish-Language “Les Miserables” Coming to Telemundo

Spanish-Language “Les Miserables” Coming to Telemundo

Mexicans Aracely Arambula and Erik Hayser star in a present-day version of Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables," adapted for Spanish-speaking television audiences in the United States. continue reading »

English-language Version of “Queen of the South” Gets Green-lit

English-language Version of “Queen of the South” Gets Green-lit

"Queen of the South," a novel by Spanish writer Arturo Perez Reverte that has already been adapted for television in its original language, will soon get an English-language treatment to be broadcast on the USA Network, The Hollywood Reporter said. continue reading »

Calle 13, Enrique Iglesias Lead in Latin Grammy Nominations

Calle 13, Enrique Iglesias Lead in Latin Grammy Nominations

Enrique Iglesias came away Wednesday with five Latin Grammy Awards nominations, including best recording and best song of the year, while the Puerto Rican band Calle 13 collected nine nominations. continue reading »

Brazil’s Paulo Jose Doesn’t Let Parkinson’s Keep Him From Working

Brazil’s Paulo Jose Doesn’t Let Parkinson’s Keep Him From Working

Paulo Jose, still one of the main figures in Brazil's film industry at 77, said in an interview with Efe that he had no plans to leave the stage despite a two-decade battle with Parkinson's disease. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Police Arrest Don Omar on Domestic Violence Complaint

Puerto Rican Police Arrest Don Omar on Domestic Violence Complaint

Reggaeton star Don Omar was taken Wednesday to a police station on the outskirts of San Juan after officers responded to a domestic-violence complaint at the home he shares with his girlfriend, Puerto Rican authorities said. continue reading »

Juanes, Carlos Vives, 58 Other Colombian Artists Record Song for Peace

Juanes, Carlos Vives, 58 Other Colombian Artists Record Song for Peace

Sixty Colombian musical artists, including Carlos Vives, Juanes and Andres Cepeda, have released the song "A Step Toward Peace," as part of the I Can campaign that aims to end the decades-long armed conflict in the country. continue reading »

Reggaeton Star Wisin Opens “Nabo Restaurant” in Puerto Rico

Reggaeton Star Wisin Opens “Nabo Restaurant” in Puerto Rico

Wisin, formally half of the reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel, is diversifying with the inauguration of a 130-seat, retro-chic-themed restaurant in this San Juan suburb. continue reading »

Lack of Immigration Reform Will Hurt Democrats at Polls, Says Wilmer Valderrama

Lack of Immigration Reform Will Hurt Democrats at Polls, Says Wilmer Valderrama

President Barack Obama's decision to postpone doing anything about immigration reform to help the undocumented will get a strong backlash from the Hispanic community in the November elections, actor and political activist Wilmer Valderrama said. continue reading »

Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling Welcomed Baby Girl Last Friday

Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling Welcomed Baby Girl Last Friday

Actors Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling became first-time parents last week when the Latina gave birth to a baby girl, US Weekly reported Tuesday. continue reading »

Kate del Castillo Debuts in Hollywood Thriller “No Good Deed”

Kate del Castillo Debuts in Hollywood Thriller “No Good Deed”

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo appeared in the U.S. premiere of the suspense thriller "No Good Deed," her latest role in Hollywood movies, and says further films are not to be ruled out following the stardom she has achieved in the world of Spanish-language telenovelas. continue reading »