By Jesus Trivino | 03/22/2013 - 13:31
Growing up a chubby kid in the San Francisco, Philip Martin never imagined he’d share the screen with two Oscar-winning actors. Yet, it’s exactly what the Salvadoran, Spanish, Irish and Scottish actor does in HBO’s Phil Spector, which premieres this Sunday at 9pm ET. The film follows the 2007 murder trial against producer Spector (Al Pacino) for allegedly shooting actress Lana Clarkson.
By Miranda Noland | 08/22/2011 - 09:01
By Lee Hernandez | 01/30/2011 - 21:41
At tonight's Screen Actor's Guild Awards, Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez lost to Al Pacino for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series or Movie.
By Mariela Rosario | 11/11/2010 - 16:00
Sofia Vergara chatted up Extra TV's Lauren Sanchez on the set of her hit comedy Modern Family. Though Sofia was sticking around to help promote the new Tupperware SmartSteamer from celebrity Chef Stuart O'Keeffe, the conversation was dominated by talk about Vergara's boyfriend Nick Loeb and her casting suggestions for the future of Modern Family.
By Monica Herrera | 02/06/2009 - 12:00
Someone's Hollywood stock just shot up big time. Camilla Belle, the Brazilian American actress best known for dating Joe Jonas and starring in the so-so action movie Push (out today), has just signed on to star alongside Peter O'Toole and Jonathan Rhys Myers in Mother, Mary of Christ, a film based on the New Testament.
By Lee Hernandez | 12/16/2008 - 14:30
Steven Bauer went from unknown to sex symbol 25 years ago with his role as Manolo Ribera, the right-hand man to Al Pacino's Tony Montana, in Scarface. Latina.com spoke with the Cuban actor, now 52, about the craziest fan he’s ever met, why he’s still happily single, and more.
We can’t even imagine Scarface without you. Can you?
By Latina Staff | 12/09/2008 - 14:02
It was the ultimate gangster flick. Released on December 9, 1983, Scarface delivered a disturbing yet unforgettable vignette of the 1980s cocaine craze and a certain Cuban refugee-turned-Miami druglord named Tony Montana. Al Pacino didn't win an Oscar for his portrayal of Oliver Stone's classic antihero, but he and the film did something far greater--impact every corner of pop culture. Check out a few examples: