Star Tracker: Zoe Saldana, Sandra Vergara, Zuleyka Rivera and more

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— Colombia has its first 3D animated film out next month, Tr3s reports.  Directed by Jairo Carrillo, Pequeñas Voces (Little Voices) it is a compilation of four children (ages 8-13) telling their own life stories. According to the website, Pequeñas Voces is about how Colombia’s internal guerrilla way has affected its youth. Adult voices are completely ignored in the film.

— The poster for Zoe Saldana’s upcoming film, Colombiana, resembles that of Angelina Jolie’s 2008 film Wanted. With their eyes closed, both womens profiles are shown, with their heads resting on a gun. The resemblance was so striking that E! News reached out to the studio of our September cover girl's film to see if this was merely a coincidence. 

— A new trailer for Fright Night has been released – and it’s explosive! The upcoming horror film, about a high school senior who discovers his next-door neighbor is actually a vampire (Colin Farrell), hits theaters this Friday.  One of the film’s stars, Sandra Vergara, recently cleared up rumors that she is Sofia Vergara’s sister.  She is actually the first cousin of the Emmy-nominated actress, but was adopted by her aunt (Sofia’s mother).  Watch the action-packed trailer of Fright Night here.

— Luis Medina and Amanda Hearst have broken up – for the second time, Hola reports.  The Spanish aristocrat and heiress to the Hearst corporation broke up last November, then rekindled their romance this past April.  During Easter, Medina showed the blonde socialite around Spain. No reasons behind the breakup have surfaced, but Hola reports that it could be the long distance. Hearst lives in New York.

— Zuleyka Rivera, who was crowned Miss Universe in 2006, recently attended a Juan Luis Guerra concert in Puerto Rico with boyfriend, fellow Boricua and Dallas Mavericks player JJ Barea.  Last month, the 23-year-old Puerto Rican beauty queen announced via a press release that she and Barea were expecting their first child together. 

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