By Lee Hernandez | 02/15/2011 - 12:45
The poster for Pedro Almodóvar’s highly anticipated new film, The Skin That I Inhabit has been released, and the flowery image is just as haunting (if not creepier) than the plot for the upcoming horror film.
By Lee Hernandez | 02/15/2011 - 09:52
If you thought our recast of The King’s Speech was on point, check out the next film in our series: Danny Boyle’s Oscar-nominated 127 Hours, a visceral survival story which, in Castaway fashion, stars James Franco, mostly by himself.
By Lee Hernandez | 02/11/2011 - 15:45
Is a Spanish version of Juno headed to the big screen? Not exactly.
But Michael Cera, who is perhaps best known for his role as the awkward and nerdy lover of orange-flavored Tic-Tac’s in Juno, is taking up Espanol as a second language for his latest flick.
By Irasema Romero | 02/10/2011 - 15:30
The annual star-studded dinner will feature a veggie risotto paella and Spanish ham for 1,500 guests that include Academy Award winners, nominees and presenters. We sure that Spanish stars Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem (who is nominated for Best Actor) to certainly enjoy the evening.
“Our goal each year is to honor Hollywood’s brightest stars and most accomplished artists with a culinary masterpiece,” Puck said of the planned specialties. “Only the finest ingredients and flavors will do”
By Jazmin Perez | 02/04/2011 - 20:25
The star of ABC’s V, Morena Baccarin, is in the running to play the role of Nick Fury’s (Samuel Jackson) sidekick in The Avengers. Others being considered for the female role are Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother), Jessica Lucas (Melrose Place) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World).
By Mariela Rosario | 02/01/2011 - 17:15
The new trailer for Gael Garcia Bernal's Goya nominated film Even the Rain came out and the film looks pretty riveting. We're thinking it really deserved those 13 nominations! The film is a tense drama about a filmmaker (Bernal) who goes to Bolivia to shoot a film about the Spanish conquest of America. The film crews travels coincide with the Cochabamba Water Wars in 2000, which throws their film into chaos and begins to blur the line between reality and fiction as the exploitation of indigenous people has continued for hundreds of years.