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Sarah Shahi at the Bullet to the Head premiere
Sarah Shahi Talks About Her Badass Role in 'Bullet to The Head' and More! (EXCLUSIVE)

No matter where you look, action stars from yesteryear are making their way back to theaters in a big way. Sylvester Stallone has been taking down bad guys for decades and proves he hasn’t slowed down in his latest film, Bullet to the Head.


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Genesis Rodriguez in The Last Stand
WATCH: Genesis Rodriguez Talks 'The Last Stand' & V-Day Plans

Arnold Schwarzenegger promised he’d “be back” in 2003 and at long last he has kept his promise ten years later. The veteran action star, who took time off from toraise a family and serve as the Governor of California for two terms, takes on his first leading role in the Lionsgate release, The Last Stand. But don’t expect Arnold to pick up where he left off all those years ago while filming the Terminator series.


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Edgar Ramirez at a Golden Globes after party
Edgar Ramirez Talks About his Bad Ass Role in 'Zero Dark Thirty' (Exclusive)

As the son of a military officer, it seems as if Edgar Ramirez was destined for his latest role in Zero Dark Thirty. In this controversial follow-up film from the Oscar-winning duo behind The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal chronicle the grueling, decade-long hunt for terrorist Osama bin Laden after the September 11th attacks.


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Michael Pena during Gangster Squad interview
EXCLUSIVE: Michael Peña Says "I Was Pretty Stoked" to Work on 'Gangster Squad'

It’s 1948 and the streets of Los Angeles are overrun with criminal activity thanks to gangster Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) and his multitude of dangerous cohorts. It’s up to one man, Sgt. John O’Mara (Josh Brolin), to assemble a team brave enough to take on the evildoers and reclaim their city in, Gangster Squad.


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Juanes and Carlos Santana perform at the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards
Juanes Plans to Bring "More of a Colombian Element" to His Concerts!

As the year begins to wind down, most people are preparing to take some time off to spend with their families but singer/songwriter Juanes is preparing to kick-off a nine-city tour around his native Colombia that wraps up just in time for the holidays.

The 19-time Latin Grammy winner has been keeping busy promoting his platinum selling album, “Juanes: MTV Unplugged”, working on a monthly radio show, and performing with musical great Carlos Santana.


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Gerard Butler at the Chasing Mavericks premiere
Gerard Butler Tells Us What He Loves About Latinas!

At the age of 43, Gerard Butler knows what he likes in a member of the opposite sex.  And guess what my fellow Latinas? It could be you!  


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Ana Patricia Gonzalez at the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards
The 5 Best Beauty Looks from the Latin Grammy Awards

The ladies on the red carpet at the 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards set the bar high for brunettes all over the world. With Lily Estefan and Lourdes Stephen leading the crowd, dark brown locks and bold red lips were clearly the trend of the night. Click below for tips and tricks on how to rock this look!


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Thalia Pampers Event
Thalia Partners With Pampers for 'Mi Musica, Mi Herencia' Program

Thalia has always protected her private life and kept it separate from her public persona. So it was particularly exciting to see the Mexican superstar display her motherly side during Pampers launch of their online initiative, "Mi Musica, Mi Herencia" at the New World Symphony in Miami, Florida on Thursday, October 25.

She chatted with expectant mothers and posed for photographs with toddlers and their parents during this special event that celebrated Hispanic culture through music and dance. 


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Lana Parilla at the 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards
Lana Parrilla Talks Second Season of ‘Once Upon a Time’

Lana Parrilla has been bewitching audiences as the Evil Queen on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, and it doesn’t look like that will be changing anytime soon.


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Luis Enrique Heineken Party
Latin Grammy Winner Luis Enrique: "With Every New Album, I Try to do Something Better"

With a fickle music industry, longevity for any artist could prove to be their biggest challenge. With twenty-five years in the industry, three Latin Grammy Awards, and countless other accolades, Luis Enrique proves that it can be done.


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