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Overzealous Fan in Brazil Yanks Beyonce off Stage (VIDEO)

Overzealous Fan in Brazil Yanks Beyonce off Stage (VIDEO)

This weekend Beyonce showed why she is such an unflappable super star. An overzealous Brazilian fan pulled her offstage into the audience as she was performing her hit “Irreplaceable” but she didn’t miss a beat. continue reading »

Ricky Martin Pens Children’s Book “Santiago, The Dreamer in the Land Among the Stars”

Ricky Martin Pens Children’s Book “Santiago, The Dreamer in the Land Among the Stars”

Multifaceted Puerto Rican artist Ricky Martin announced Monday that he will soon release his first book for children, the plot of which he crafted from his experiences as the father of twins Matteo and Valentino. continue reading »

Mexican Ambassador Says Hollywood Misportrays Mexico in Film

Mexican Ambassador Says Hollywood Misportrays Mexico in Film

Mexico's ambassador to the United States, Eduardo Medina Mora, accused Hollywood of creating a distorted image of his country, adding that stereotypes of "gardeners and drug traffickers" fail to mention the contributions Mexicans have made to the United States. continue reading »

Viggo Mortensen Presents the Book “Hijos de la Selva” in Paraguay

Viggo Mortensen Presents the Book “Hijos de la Selva” in Paraguay

American actor Viggo Mortensen presented in Paraguay the book "Hijos de la Selva" (Children of the Jungle) by Argentine anthropologists Federico Bossert and Diego Villar, a collection of the photographic legacy of German scientist Max Schmidt about the Paraguayan and Brazilian Indians. continue reading »

Diego Luna, Thrilled to Experience San Sebastian Festival as Jury Member

Diego Luna, Thrilled to Experience San Sebastian Festival as Jury Member

Mexican actor Diego Luna said he was thrilled to be invited as a jury member at the 61st San Sebastian Film Festival and to be able to experience the event "from another point of view." continue reading »

President of Univision Cesar Conde Jumps Ship to Telemundo’s Parent NBC

President of Univision Cesar Conde Jumps Ship to Telemundo’s Parent NBC

NBCUniversal announced Friday the appointment of Cesar Conde, erstwhile head of dominant U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Networks, as executive vice president for business development, strategic priorities and special projects. continue reading »

White House Welcomes Latin Artists in Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

White House Welcomes Latin Artists in Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

Gloria Estefan, Lila Downs, Ricky Martin and Alejandro Sanz are among the artists who have been invited to perform at a White House event next week as part of Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, the White House said. continue reading »

Zoe Saldaña, Marco Perego Secretly Wed this Summer in London

Zoe Saldaña, Marco Perego Secretly Wed this Summer in London

American actress Zoe Saldaña, best known for her roles in the 2009 films "Avatar" and "Star Trek," married Italian artist Marco Perego in a secret wedding in June, Us Weekly magazine reported. continue reading »

¡Hola! Magazine Launches TV Network in U.S.

¡Hola! Magazine Launches TV Network in U.S.

If you love what you read and see in ¡Hola! Magazine then get ready for more. The ¡Hola! brand is partnering with Atrresmedia Television to launch ¡Hola! TV that will be availabie in the U.S. and throughout Latin America as a pay-TV channel. continue reading »

Spy Kids’ Alexa Vega All Grown Up: Engaged to Carlos Pena

Spy Kids’ Alexa Vega All Grown Up: Engaged to Carlos Pena

Actress Alexa Vega has announced her engagement to singer/actor Carlos Pena. continue reading »

Kennedy Center Honors Includes Latinos Carlos Santana and Opera Star Martina Arroyo

Kennedy Center Honors Includes Latinos Carlos Santana and Opera Star Martina Arroyo

The Kennedy Center announced the list of five “extraordinary” entertainers that will be honored at the 36th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington D.C. The annual awards recognizes a lifetime contribution to American culture either in dance, music, theater, television or film. continue reading »

Filmmaker Saul Landau Known for Castro Documentary Dies, Age 77

Filmmaker Saul Landau Known for Castro Documentary Dies, Age 77

Writer and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Saul Landau has died of cancer at his home in California, his family said Wednesday. He was 77. continue reading »

Mario Lopez and Wife Welcome Baby Boy to their Family

Mario Lopez and Wife Welcome Baby Boy to their Family

Mario Lopez and wife Courtney are celebrating the newest arrival to their family, a healthy baby boy. continue reading »

“King of Cocaine” Movie on Pablo Escobar Moves Forward – John Leguizamo to Play Lead

“King of Cocaine” Movie on Pablo Escobar Moves Forward – John Leguizamo to Play Lead

The on-again-off again movie about Colombia’s notorious narco Pablo Escobar is ready to move forward according to Deadline.com. Relativity Media has signed on to distribute “King of Cocaine” that is to be directed by Brad Furman. The movie is expected to start production early next year. continue reading »

Placido Domingo’s New Album Celebrates Verdi

Placido Domingo’s New Album Celebrates Verdi

Verdi may "not be the best" of the opera composers, but he was the one who best "reaches people's hearts," Spanish singer Placido Domingo said. continue reading »