Savages
Watch: Salma Hayek Is a True Villain in Savages
By Sally Mercedes | 04/10/2012 - 15:03

We don't know about you, but we love seeing Salma Hayek playing strong women. She often has a seductive edge and she knows how to take charge. In the new movie Savages, we get to see her play the villain -- a role we think we'll enjoy even more than usual! With pin-straight hair and severe bangs, she looks like she's begging somebody to piss her off, just so she can lash out at them.


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Casa De Mi Padre
5 Reasons 'Casa de mi Padre' Might Actually Make Us Laugh
By Sally Mercedes | 03/16/2012 - 14:05

Casa de mi Padre, the latest movie from Will Ferrell, opens this weekend. Also starring Génesis Rodriguez, Gael García Bernal, and Diego Luna, the comedy is based on a gimmicky premise: a huge Mexican hit dubbed in English for the first time. Right.


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Scarface
POLL: Who Should Be Cast as the New 'Scarface'?
By Mariela Rosario | 09/23/2011 - 16:00

Universal Pictures dropped a bombshell when they announced that they were working on a new version of Scarface. The iconic film, first released in 1932 and then adapted by Brian Depalma into a 1983 film starring Al Pacino as the Cuban gangster Tony Montana has since become a classic for hip-hop fans and gangster film aficionados alike.


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'Puss in Boots' Trailer Finally Drops!
By Mariela Rosario | 03/07/2011 - 17:20

Are you as excited about Dreamworks upcoming Puss in Boots animated feature as we are? If not, you just might be after watching the hilarious teaser trailer below. But we'll have to wait until November for the film to hit theaters...


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Latinos Who Changed Media
By smundhra | 09/30/2008 - 15:43

There's no denying that the way Latinos are portrayed in the media has made a lot of progress since the days of Carmen Miranda's fruit-bowl hats and Ricky Ricardo's broken English. But before Jennifer Lopez's exotic good looks started bringing in millions, or Daddy Yankee and Ricky Martin could capitalize on the worldwide Latin music explosion, many others had to work hard and endure rejection to open the doors that we all walk through now.


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