Celia San Miguel

Gloria Trevis is Trying to Turn a New Leaf — But Do You Believe Her?
Gloria Trevi is Trying to Show Her Softer Side — But Do You Believe Her?

The success of MTV’s The Osbournes demonstrated that the mundane lives of unorthodox celebrities could translate into ratings gold—particularly when the boldfaced names in question were already controversial figures. There’s certainly a precedent, then, for why mun2 tapped Mexican pop superstar Gloria Trevi, 44, to star in her own reality series this fall, A Toda Gloria.


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EXCLUSIVE: Michael Peña Discusses 'Cesar Chavez', Latino History, Immigration, and more
EXCLUSIVE: Michael Peña Discusses 'Cesar Chavez', Latino History, Immigration, and more

Certainly most Latinos are familiar with the name Cesar Chavez, but how many people truly know what the civil rights activist accomplished? 

A new movie, directed by Diego Luna, seeks to educate (and entertain!) audiences, by telling the miraculous story of the co-founder of the United Farm Workers union. Michael Peña stars as Cesar Chavez alongside Rosario Dawson and America Ferrera in the story of an American hero and Latino legacy. 


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Rosario Dawson at the Cesar Chavez premiere
EXCLUSIVE: Rosario Dawson Dishes On Her Role as Dolores Huerta in 'Cesar Chavez'

Blending archival footage and riveting performances, Cesar Chavez focuses on Chavez's rise to prominence in the 1960s, when he cofounded the United Farm Workers union with Dolores Huerta.

Rosario Dawson stars as the inspiring Dolores Huerta in the upcoming film directed by Diego Luna. We spoke with Dawson to get the scoop on what went into playing Huerta, what it was like meeting the inspirational civil rights activist and more!


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EXCLUSIVE: America Ferrera Talks 'Cesar Chavez'
EXCLUSIVE: America Ferrera Discusses 'Cesar Chavez', Strong Women, and Human Rights

Audiences will have a chance to experience the increidble story of civil rights activist Cesar Chavez thanks to an important new biographical film, Cesar Chavez. The Diego Luna directed flick boasts an all-star cast of Latino talent, including Michael Peña, Rosario Dawson, and America Ferrera.


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Aimee Garcia at The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Golden Globe Celebration
Hollywood Confessional: RoboCop's Aimee Garcia Talks About Portraying Latinas On Screen

As a scientist in this month’s action remake RoboCop, Mexican and Puerto Rican actress Aimee Garcia continues to promote change in Tinseltown by portraying Latinas in a more positive light. She tells us her story: 


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(Re)Introducing Evelyn Lozada
(Re)Introducing Evelyn Lozada

Everyone knows Evelyn Lozada made a name for herself on Basketball Wives by throwing verbal jabs—and champagne bottles. But after she famously became the victim of domestic violence, she took a deep look at her life, her image and her future—and started making profound changes. Now she’s found a new purpose in helping domestic violence victims and building a fitness empire—and in proving skeptics wrong. 


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This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz
Junot Diaz Chats About His New Book 'This Is How You Lose Her'

Five years ago, Dominican American Jersey boy Junot Diaz’s debut novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, making him just the second Latino to achieve this honor, following Oscar Hijuelos (The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love).


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Christina Milian: "I'm Not Thirsty For Attention!"

We had a chance to chat with singer Christina Milian about her relationship with singer/ songwriter The-Dream, her very public private life, and her upcoming single. Check out the highlights below:

On Photos that Surfaced of her Romantic Trip To Hawaii with The-Dream:
"I have no idea what you're talking about! (Laughs) It must have been someone resembling me! (Giggles) Let's just say we have a close working relationship.

On Her Private Relationships Playing Out in the Media:


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