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“Lawrence of Arabia” Star and Eight Time Best Actor Nominee: Peter O’Toole Dies at 81

“Lawrence of Arabia” Star and Eight Time Best Actor Nominee: Peter O’Toole Dies at 81

The agent of screen giant Peter O’Toole has confirmed the British actor has died at age 81. continue reading »

Ricky Martin Expresses Interest in Marrying Partner in Spain

Ricky Martin Expresses Interest in Marrying Partner in Spain

When Ricky Martin obtained Spanish citizenship two years ago, it was speculated to be his first step toward an imminent wedding with partner Carlos Gonzalez, a rumor that went nowhere as the months went by and he expressly denied it in all his interviews...up to now. continue reading »

Over 100 Latino Stars Raise Money for Teleton USA Fundraiser

Over 100 Latino Stars Raise Money for Teleton USA Fundraiser

More than 100 Hispanic TV stars and celebs are coming together to raise funds and help children with disabilities, cancer and autism under the slogan "Heroes with a Heart," during the 2nd annual Teleton USA. continue reading »

Bands Pay Tribute to Jenni Rivera at Location of Her Last Show

Bands Pay Tribute to Jenni Rivera at Location of Her Last Show

A dozen musical groups are offering a big concert in the Arena Monterrey to pay tribute to singer Jenni Rivera, who died a year ago in a plane crash after performing in the same venue. continue reading »

Demi Lovato Confesses to Struggles with Cocaine

Demi Lovato Confesses to Struggles with Cocaine

Singer Demi Lovato has just revealed another insight into her struggle with addictions. In a confessional interview with ‘Access Hollywood’ Lovato spoke of her inability to go longer than a half-an-hour with having the urge to use coke. She spoke of her transporting the drug on planes and abusing substances without the knowledge of her sober coaches. continue reading »

Antonio Banderas Says “Los 33” Will Reflect on Value of Humanity

Antonio Banderas Says “Los 33” Will Reflect on Value of Humanity

Spanish actor Antonio Banderas, who will star in the movie "Los 33" about the miners who were trapped more than two months down a mineshaft 622 meters (2,039 feet) deep in Chile, said Saturday that the production will reflect on the value of humanity. continue reading »

Telemundo’s “La Impostora” Being Filmed in Central Mexico

Telemundo’s “La Impostora” Being Filmed in Central Mexico

A ranch near the central Mexican city of Cuernavaca is the setting for scenes currently being filmed for the telenovela "La Impostora," a story of two-faced lies produced by Telemundo and Argos. continue reading »

Report on Jenni Rivera Crash Is Certain to Put Focus on Jailed, Deported Mexican Aviation Executive

Report on Jenni Rivera Crash Is Certain to Put Focus on Jailed, Deported Mexican Aviation Executive

Mexican authorities have released a report citing the causes of the plane crash that took the life of banda singer Jenni Rivera and six others last year. A report that will lead to a focus on aviation executive Christian Esquino Nunez, who has been in prison for aviation fraud and since deported. continue reading »

Thalia Celebrates Her Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Thalia Celebrates Her Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Thalia became the first Mexican-born singer to be awarded one of the iconic stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which was unveiled at a crowded ceremony during which the artist emotionally recalled her mother, who died in 2011. continue reading »

Mexican Director Iñarritu May Direct “Jungle Book” Movie

Mexican Director Iñarritu May Direct “Jungle Book” Movie

Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu is negotiating with Warner Bros. about taking charge of a film adaption of "The Jungle Book," Deadline reported. continue reading »

Draco Rosa Returns to Performing After Cancer Battle

Draco Rosa Returns to Performing After Cancer Battle

Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Draco Rosa's pair of weekend concerts here will mark his first performances on the island since he announced his victory over cancer at the end of last year. continue reading »

Mexican Singer Alejandra Guzman Prepares For U.S. Tour in 2014

Mexican Singer Alejandra Guzman Prepares For U.S. Tour in 2014

Mexican singer Alejandra Guzman said she was planning a tour of several cities in the United States in early 2014 to promote her "En primera fila" album. continue reading »

15 Countries Broadcast Pablo Escobar Television Series

15 Countries Broadcast Pablo Escobar Television Series

The Colombian television series "Escobar, el Patron del Mal" has been sold in 15 countries and is currently back on the air in Colombia, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the death of the biggest drug trafficker in history. continue reading »

Miss Universe ‘96-Actress-Singer  Alicia Machado Releases New Song

Miss Universe ‘96-Actress-Singer Alicia Machado Releases New Song

Actress and 1996 Miss Universe Alicia Machado is releasing "Incomprendida," a new pop-rock song this week. The song, which will be released on Machado's official Web site on Friday, was written by Diego de Pietri and produced by Jose Miguel Velazquez, continue reading »

Gloria and Emilio Estefan Continue Tradition of Sharing Thanksgiving Meal with Homeless

Gloria and Emilio Estefan Continue Tradition of Sharing Thanksgiving Meal with Homeless

Singer Gloria Estefan and her husband, producer Emilio Estefan, once again offered a beneficent Thanksgiving dinner at their Bongos Cuban Cafe that was attended by about 1,000 mostly homeless people. continue reading »