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November 2012 Archives

Robert Rodriguez Sued, Future of ‘Machete’ Sequel at Risk

Robert Rodriguez Sued, Future of ‘Machete’ Sequel at Risk

If Overnight Productions has its way there will be no more ‘Machete’ movies. continue reading »

Singer Alejandro Sanz Says Hispanics Have Much to Offer Society

Singer Alejandro Sanz Says Hispanics Have Much to Offer Society

Alejandro Sanz, who on Dec. 6 will give a concert in Miami, said that the Hispanic community has "a great many things" to contribute to the United States and thanked the Latino public for their support during the more than 20 years of his career. continue reading »

Placido Domingo Named UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

Placido Domingo Named UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

Spanish opera singer and conductor Placido Domingo on Wednesday became the new goodwill ambassador for the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. continue reading »

‘The Voice’ Season 3: Bryan Keith Eliminated, Christina Performs New Song (VIDEO)

‘The Voice’ Season 3: Bryan Keith Eliminated, Christina Performs New Song (VIDEO)

On Tuesday night two singers went home on NBC's The Voice. With each elimination getting more and more tough, as nothing but great singers remain, Tuesday night's elimination was a tough one. continue reading »

Ryan Reynolds Given GQ Mexico’s International Actor of the Year Award

Ryan Reynolds Given GQ Mexico’s International Actor of the Year Award

Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds was in Mexico City recently for GQ Mexico's "GQ Men of the Year" awards ceremony and party. The recently married man was honored as the magazine’s International Actor of the Year. continue reading »

Madonna Reserves Entire Rio Hotel While on Tour in Brazil

Madonna Reserves Entire Rio Hotel While on Tour in Brazil

Singer Madonna, who will appear in Rio de Janeiro on her MDNA world tour, has reserved an entire hotel for herself and her team, the online edition of the daily O Globo said Tuesday. continue reading »

Bruno Mars’ New Single “Moonshine” Off the Upcoming ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ Album (AUDIO)

Bruno Mars’ New Single “Moonshine” Off the Upcoming ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ Album (AUDIO)

Bruno Mars recently tweeted about his new single "Moonshine" off his upcoming album Unorthodox Jukebox. "Moonshine" is the third single off his new album, following "Locked Out of Heaven" and "Young Girls". continue reading »

FCC Report Shows Latino Media Ownership Remains Extremely Low

FCC Report Shows Latino Media Ownership Remains Extremely Low

Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a report detailing ownership of broadcast media outlets by women and people of color. The report shows that broadcast ownership by women and people of color continues to remain excruciatingly low. At the same time, multiple press outlets revealed that FCC Chairman Genachowski has circulated a draft order to other FCC commissioners that would relax key media ownership rules, further reducing opportunities for diverse ownership. continue reading »

‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan Reveals Suicide Attempt in 2010

‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan Reveals Suicide Attempt in 2010

Cesar Millan, famously known as the “Dog Whisperer” from his show of the same name, has opened up about a suicide attempt in 2010, in which he overdosed. Millan revealed in an upcoming Nat Geo Wild documentary that he tried to take his own life following two life-changing experiences; the death of his dog Daddy and his split with his wife of 16 years. continue reading »

Vanessa Hudgens Never Wants to Film a Sex Scene with James Franco Again

Vanessa Hudgens Never Wants to Film a Sex Scene with James Franco Again

In the upcoming film Spring Breakers, former Disney darling Vanessa Hudgens shares a sexy, intimate scene with hunky costar James Franco. But oddly enough, the star says she would “never want to do it again.” continue reading »

Antonio Banderas To Kick Off Acapulco Film Festival

Antonio Banderas To Kick Off Acapulco Film Festival

Spanish actor Antonio Banderas will have the honor of inaugurating on Nov. 24 the 8th Acapulco International Film Festival, where he will travel with his wife, actress Melanie Griffith, organization officials said. continue reading »

What’s His Name? That’s Right, Gustavo Almadovar (VIDEO)

What’s His Name? That’s Right, Gustavo Almadovar (VIDEO)

We all have little things that make the way we speak different from anyone else, and this reporter is no different. Gustavo Almadovar, or should we say GustÁvo AlmadÓvar, has been a reporter for continue reading »

Latin Grammys XIII: The Winners

Latin Grammys XIII: The Winners

The big names were all out in force but the XIII Annual Latin Grammy Awards Thursday at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas was a celebration of the lesser known and the newcomers such as the pop rock duo Jesse continue reading »

Orphanage Funded by Marc Anthony’s Foundation To Break Ground Next Week

Orphanage Funded by Marc Anthony’s Foundation To Break Ground Next Week

Salsa icon Marc Anthony will inaugurate the construction of an orphanage in the Dominican Republic next week, a project being financed by the non-profit organization that he and Colombian concert promoter Henry Cardenas lead. continue reading »

Benicio Del Toro to Play Famed Drug Lord Pablo Escobar in Upcoming ‘Paradise Lost’

Benicio Del Toro to Play Famed Drug Lord Pablo Escobar in Upcoming ‘Paradise Lost’

Variety is reporting actor Benicio Del Toro is set to play famous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar in the upcoming film Paradise Lost. Inspired by actual, Paradise Lost follows a young surfer named Nick who travel continue reading »