By Gerri Miller | 04/22/2010 - 13:45
Motherhood clearly suits Jennifer Lopez, so much so that she chose it as the subject of her first movie since giving birth to two-year-old twins Max and Emme back in Feb. 2008. In The Back-Up Plan, in theaters Apr. 23, Lopez stars as Zoe, a pet store owner with a loudly ticking biological clock who gets artificially inseminated—and immediately thereafter meets Mr. Right (Alex O’Loughlin).
By Angelique Serrano | 04/19/2010 - 15:41
These Latina starlets look gorgeous 24/7. Whether their hair is styled up, down or somewhere in between, they always seem to get it right. So we picked some of our favorite shots of these celebs and want to know which hairstyle you like better: The ladies in their all-out glamorous evening updos, or wearing their locks loose for a casual day out? Take our poll here!
By Grace Bastidas | 04/15/2010 - 16:00
Jennifer Lopez isn’t the only one dropping new music. Her hubby, Marc Anthony, is busy prepping his first album in three years. Titled Iconos, it pays tribute to the Latin American singers the Puerto Rican crooner most admires with covers of songs by the likes of Jose Luis Perales, Juan Gabriel, Roberto Carlos and José José. The CD also includes two original tracks composed by Julio Reyes and Marc Anthony himself.
By Mariela Rosario | 04/01/2010 - 14:34
Jennifer Lopez recently sat down with usmagazine.com for a press junket in Los Angeles for her new film, The Back-Up Plan, due to hit theaters April 23. The actress had some pretty interesting things to say about being a working mom and how her hubby, Marc, responded to the news that she was pregnant with twins.
By Monica Herrera | 03/31/2010 - 18:00
It's been 15 years since Selena Quintanilla-Pérez died at 24—tragically, and at the hands of her fan club's president—and it doesn't get any easier to explain her loss. The only thing that helps is to reflect on the legacy she's left behind: one that becomes more apparent each day as young artists inspired by the Tejana singer forge their own careers and inspire a new generation of Latinas to be their talented, strong and beautiful selves. Here's a look at the stars who now carry the torch for the one who left us too soon.
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 03/30/2010 - 10:30
Proving (as if we needed proof) that the appetite for 3-D flicks is pretty much bottomless at this point, How to Train Your Dragon captured most of the box office dollars last weekend, followed closely by Alice in Wonderland. Coming in at #1, Dragon, the animated Dreamworks kid flick featuring a great story, bravura computer animation and America Ferrera voicing the lead female character, made a solid $43.3 million.