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Judge Rules Shakira’s “Loca” was Illegally Copied From Dominican

Judge Rules Shakira’s “Loca” was Illegally Copied From Dominican

A federal judge in New York has ruled that Colombian singer Shakira's 2010 hit "Loca" was illegally copied from a song by Dominican songwriter Ramon Arias Vazquez, whose author rights are owned by Mayimba Music. continue reading »

Film Festival Held in L.A. to Honor Demian Bichir

Film Festival Held in L.A. to Honor Demian Bichir

Mexican actor Demian Bichir will be honored on Sept. 5 at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre during the 4th Guadalajara International Film Festival in Los Angeles, or FICG in LA, organizers said. continue reading »

Christina Aguilera Gives Birth to Daughter, Names Her Summer Rain

Christina Aguilera Gives Birth to Daughter, Names Her Summer Rain

Singer Christina Aguilera, 33, gave birth to a baby girl who has been named Summer Rain, she said Monday on her Twitter account. continue reading »

Jazz, Flamenco Are Highlight of New York Flame Festival

Jazz, Flamenco Are Highlight of New York Flame Festival

Jazz has its blues, flamenco its laments, both are rich in improvisation, and now there is an occasion that brings these two styles together - the Flame Festival in New York, where four Spanish artists living in the city show the results of their musical fusion. continue reading »

Juanes Makes New Videos in Puerto Rico Ahead of World Tour

Juanes Makes New Videos in Puerto Rico Ahead of World Tour

Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes filmed in Puerto Rico four videos of songs from his new disc "Loco de Amor," with which he will launch his new world tour next week in his native land. continue reading »

Mexican Actress Columba Dominguez Dies, Age 85

Mexican Actress Columba Dominguez Dies, Age 85

Actress Columba Dominguez, an emblematic figure of the golden age of Mexican cinema, has died in a Mexico City hospital. She was 85. continue reading »

Benicio del Toro’s Pablo Escobar Film to Premiere at Toronto Int’l Film Festival

Benicio del Toro’s Pablo Escobar Film to Premiere at Toronto Int’l Film Festival

"Escobar: Paradise Lost," a French drama-thriller starring Benicio del Toro as the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and directed by Andrea Di Stefano, will have its world premiere at next month's Toronto International Film Festival. continue reading »

Calle 13 Leader Singer Residente Has Baby with Actress Wife

Calle 13 Leader Singer Residente Has Baby with Actress Wife

Singer Residente, leader of the Calle 13 band, and his wife, Argentine actress Soledad Fandiño, have had their first child and named him Milo. continue reading »

Cuban Musician Descemer Bueno Partners With Juanes, Estopa

Cuban Musician Descemer Bueno Partners With Juanes, Estopa

Cuban musician Descemer Bueno, composer of the hit "Bailando," which topped the charts in several countries this summer, announced his new projects with Colombian singer Juanes and the Spanish duo Estopa, local media reported Saturday. continue reading »

Producers of “La Voz” Say Contestants Will Receive More Support

Producers of “La Voz” Say Contestants Will Receive More Support

The fourth edition of the reality singing competition "La Voz...Mexico" (The Voice...Mexico) will be all about giving more support to the contestants, the producer of the hit show said. continue reading »

Olga Tañon Joins Reality Music Competition on Telemundo

Olga Tañon Joins Reality Music Competition on Telemundo

Singing star Olga Tañon has signed on as school director and judge for Telemundo's new reality music competition, "Yo Soy El Artista" (I'm The Artist), the network said. continue reading »

STUDY:  Latinos Least Represented Group in Hollywood

STUDY:  Latinos Least Represented Group in Hollywood

Hispanics are the least represented group in Hollywood, according to a study by the University of Southern California, which found that a scant 4.9 percent of actors in the 100 biggest box-office films were Latinos. continue reading »

Jon Voight Slams Cruz, Bardem for Signing Petition Critical of Israel

Jon Voight Slams Cruz, Bardem for Signing Petition Critical of Israel

Jon Voight, who starred in the 1969 Oscar-winning film "Midnight Cowboy," ripped Spanish actress Penelope Cruz and actor Javier Bardem for signing a letter critical of Israeli military action in the Gaza Strip. continue reading »

Roselyn Sanchez Debuts New Song, “Pick Up Your Game”

Roselyn Sanchez Debuts New Song, “Pick Up Your Game”

Puerto Rican actress Roselyn Sanchez returns to the music scene with the release of the video for "Pick Up Your Game," a song that grew out of her role in the cable television series "Devious Maids." continue reading »

Cameron Diaz Brings “Sex Tape” to Mexico

Cameron Diaz Brings “Sex Tape” to Mexico

Actress Cameron Diaz traveled to Mexico to promote her new film, "Sex Tape," in which Jason Segel co-stars. continue reading »