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Wonder Woman’ Star Elena Anaya on Female Superheroes

Wonder Woman’ Star Elena Anaya on Female Superheroes

Wonder Woman’ Star Elena Anaya on Female Superheroes by Daniela Galvez Elena Anaya is hanging up her fangs and channeling her inner villain for this year’s badass, girl power film Wonder Woman. The Spanish-born actress, who made her Hollywood debut

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A Profile of Andy Garcia

A Profile of Andy Garcia

A Profile of Andy Garcia Born into affluence in Havana, Andrés Arturo García Menéndez, better known as Andy Garcia, became an exile at 5½-years-old when his family was forced to flee Cuba without any possessions because of the communist regime

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‘Lowriders’ Actor Theo Rossi Talks Eva Longoria

‘Lowriders’ Actor Theo Rossi Talks Eva Longoria

‘Lowriders’ Actor Theo Rossi Talks Eva Longoria By Daniela Galvez Theo Rossi has a lot of things to look forward to this year. On Tuesday, the former Sons of Anarchy star announced that he and wife Meghan McDermott are expecting

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4 Latino Stereotypes in TV and Film – Time for a Change

4 Latino Stereotypes in TV and Film – Time for a Change

4 Latino Stereotypes in TV and Film – Time for a Change April 27, 2017 By Tre’vell Anderson When it comes  to Latino representations in Hollywood, they’re often rooted in stereotypes. Most female characters are either cleaning ladies or spicy Latinas. The

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10 Best Latino-Centric Movies From Pantelion Films

10 Best Latino-Centric Movies From Pantelion Films

10 Best Latino-Centric Movies From Pantelion Films By Randy Cordova, The Arizona Republic In Hollywood’s golden era, studios had an identity. Warner Bros. was the place for gangster flicks. MGM was the home of colorful musicals. Horror fans knew that

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Latinos Buy More Movie Tickets Than Any Other Minority Group

Latinos Buy More Movie Tickets Than Any Other Minority Group

Latinos Buy More Movie Tickets Than Any Other Minority Group March 29, 2017 By Manuel Betancourt I know what you’re thinking. It’s March 2017, why are we still talking about 2016? But hear us out. Every year around this time

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Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80

Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80

by Russell Contreras, Associated Press Miriam Colón, Pioneering Latina Actress, Dies at Age 80 Miriam Colón, a pioneering actress in U.S. Latino New York theater who starred in films alongside Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, died Friday. Her husband, Fred

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Nunca fue Sólo un Juego: ‘Ouija Origin of Evil,’ en Cines Este 21 de Octubre

Nunca fue Sólo un Juego: ‘Ouija Origin of Evil,’ en Cines Este 21 de Octubre

Nunca fue tan solo un juego. Ouija: Origin of Evil invita nuevamente al público a sumergirse en los mitos que rodean la tabla  para contactar con  los espíritus en  un aterrador nuevo relato como continuación del inesperado éxito de 2014, que fue

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Coming Soon: Summer Movies You Don’t Want to Miss, Part 1

Coming Soon: Summer Movies You Don’t Want to Miss, Part 1

By Anthony Hernandez With temperatures already topping out well into the hundreds, it’s safe to say that summer has officially arrived in the Valley of the Sun. What better way to beat the heat than kicking back in a nice,

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‘Furious 7’ Extended Edition Available on Blu-Ray™ & DVD September 15th

‘Furious 7’ Extended Edition Available on Blu-Ray™ & DVD September 15th

(Universal City, CA) — The unstoppable global franchise built on speed delivers its best, biggest and boldest film yet as Furious 7 blasts onto Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on September 15, 2015 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Grossing over

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