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July 19, 2013: It’s Friday! Let’s Head to the Movies

July 19, 2013: It’s Friday! Let’s Head to the Movies

Now that the weekend is finally upon us, let's take a look at what's opening in theaters. Opening this weekend: RED 2, Turbo, R.I.P.D - Coming Soon: The Wolverine continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz Announces 2 Concerts in Mexico City in October

Alejandro Sanz Announces 2 Concerts in Mexico City in October

Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz will offer two concerts this October in Mexico City as part of his international tour "La Musica No Se Toca" (Don't Mess with the Music), the promoter of the shows said in a communique. continue reading »

Check Out Fassbender, Diaz, Bardem and Cruz in NEW Trailer for “The Counselor” (VIDEO)

Check Out Fassbender, Diaz, Bardem and Cruz in NEW Trailer for “The Counselor” (VIDEO)

Last month we had our first look at Ridley Scott's The Counselor, based on the book written by Cormac McCarthy. This week, a new teaser trailer was released. continue reading »

“Paranormal Activity” Spin-off Aimed at Latino Audiences to Be Released in 2014

“Paranormal Activity” Spin-off Aimed at Latino Audiences to Be Released in 2014

A "Paranormal Activity" spin-off made with Latino audiences in mind is set to open in theaters next January, TheWrap and Deadline Hollywood reported, citing people with knowledge of the project. continue reading »

Charlie Sheen Becomes a Grandpa at 47

Charlie Sheen Becomes a Grandpa at 47

The former Two and a Half Men star is a grandfather for the first time at age 47. continue reading »

Actor Michael Peña Admits Difficulty in Bringing Cesar Chavez to Big Screen

Actor Michael Peña Admits Difficulty in Bringing Cesar Chavez to Big Screen

Actor Michael Peña told Efe that playing the film role of union leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez was "difficult." "Chavez," directed by Mexican actor Diego Luna, also stars Rosario Dawson, continue reading »

Cuban-Born Jorge Bernal Says His Role on “La Voz Kids” is to be a Cheerleader

Cuban-Born Jorge Bernal Says His Role on “La Voz Kids” is to be a Cheerleader

Jorge Bernal describes as a labor of love his role as co-host of Telemundo's "La Voz Kids," a Spanish-language version of NBC's "The Voice" where the contestants are youngsters ages 7-14. continue reading »

“Devious Maids” Actress Dania Ramirez Announces She is Having Twins

“Devious Maids” Actress Dania Ramirez Announces She is Having Twins

Actress Dania Ramirez, one of the stars of the television series "Devious Maids," announced on the social networks that she is pregnant with twins. "I am proud 2 Announce our 2 NEW BUNDLES OF JOY! Yes, I'm having TWINS!" wrote Ramirez on her official Twitter account. continue reading »

Justin Bieber Buys Home in Coastal Colombian City

Justin Bieber Buys Home in Coastal Colombian City

Canadian singer Justin Bieber has purchased a mansion in the Caribbean coastal city of Cartagena, Colombian media said Tuesday. The star got to know the so-called Heroic City last month and during his visit there "he fell in love" continue reading »

Animator Makes Louis CK Climate Change Comments Even Funnier (VIDEO)

Animator Makes Louis CK Climate Change Comments Even Funnier (VIDEO)

In Louis CK's 2011 comedy special Live at the Beacon Theater, he addressed a number of things, but it was the red-headed "Mexican"'s take on climate change that caught the ey continue reading »