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Spain and Miami Backdrops for “Fifty Shades of Grey” Filming

Spain and Miami Backdrops for “Fifty Shades of Grey” Filming

The production team for the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie has decided to shoot scenes in Miami this week after cancelling filming in Vancouver, Canada, due to bad weather, representatives of the production company told Efe. continue reading »

Innocents’ Day Joke Annoys Eva Longoria

Innocents’ Day Joke Annoys Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria was obviously irritated by a joke that said the actress would play, among other roles, the mother of Cuban actor William Levy in a telenovela on Televisa. continue reading »

3 Spaniards to Bring Postapocalyptic Film to Hollywood

3 Spaniards to Bring Postapocalyptic Film to Hollywood

Produced by Jaume Collet-Serra and Juan Sola and directed by Miguel Angel Vivas, "Welcome to Harmony" will be an English-language Hollywood movie made by three Spaniards. continue reading »

Martin, Calle 13, Draco Among Puerto Rican Celebs in News This Year

Martin, Calle 13, Draco Among Puerto Rican Celebs in News This Year

The publication of pop star Ricky Martin's first children's book, Draco Rosa's cancer relapse and hip-hop duo Calle 13's collaboration with Julian Assange were among the top stories from Puerto Rico's entertainment world in 2013. continue reading »

Member of Puerto Rico’s Calle 13 Wants to Give Up U.S. Citizenship

Member of Puerto Rico’s Calle 13 Wants to Give Up U.S. Citizenship

Puerto Rican singer Rene Perez, who is a member of Calle 13, said he would like to give up his U.S. citizenship but won't do it because of the complex legal situation it would land him in. continue reading »

Spanish Filmmaker Brings Bill Collectors’ Telephonic Terrorism to Short Film

Spanish Filmmaker Brings Bill Collectors’ Telephonic Terrorism to Short Film

Journalist and moviemaker Miguel Parra opens one of the most painful wounds suffered by those in debt, the telephonic harassment they endure from businesses calling about unpaid bills, in his first fictional short film "Sin Respuesta" (No Answer), starring Natalia Mateo. continue reading »

$25M Lawsuit Against JLo and Marc Anthony Alleges They Stole Reality Show Idea

$25M Lawsuit Against JLo and Marc Anthony Alleges They Stole Reality Show Idea

Jennifer Lopez and her ex-husband Marc Anthony are uniting as they face a $25 million lawsuit for alleging “stealing” the idea for the reality show “Q’Viva! The Chosen.” continue reading »

Latin Films and Actors Making a Difference

Latin Films and Actors Making a Difference

Eugenio Derbez is without a doubt one of the most prominent Latino actors from Mexico working in the United States. The 52 year old Mexican actor decided to pursue his career at the age of 7, when his mother, the actress Silvia Derbez, saw the Oscars as a dream come true. Today, he could be nominated to this prestigious award. continue reading »

Spanish Language Films Fail to Advance in Oscar Race

Spanish Language Films Fail to Advance in Oscar Race

Spanish-speaking countries' hopefuls for a Foreign Language Film Oscar have been eliminated from the race for the statuette. continue reading »

AIRE Radio Networks to Broadcast Thalia’s Radio Show

AIRE Radio Networks to Broadcast Thalia’s Radio Show

Mexican singer Thalia's music and lifestyle radio show will broadcast on the AIRE Radio Networks platform. continue reading »