Diversity Report Card: HBO
Fall TV Diversity Report Card: HBO
By Lee Hernandez | 11/28/2011 - 19:19

From Victor Rasuk and Luis Guzman in How To Make It in America to Kevin Alejandro and Paola Turbay on True Blood—and Paz de la Huerta on Boardwalk Empire—HBO has made a concerted effort this year to represent the 50 million+ Latinos who are currently living in the United States, in their primetime dramas. The network’s comedies—on the oth

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Crushing On...Victor Rasuk & Bruno Mars
Crushing On...Victor Rasuk & Bruno Mars
By Latina Staff | 11/16/2011 - 18:21

For this week’s Crushing On poll, it was a tie between actor Victor Rasuk and part-Puerto Rican crooner Bruno Mars. Rasuk’s gorgeous Dominican self was leading in the beginning, but was being closely followed by Mars. In the end, the cuties had 31.5 percent each.

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VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
VOTE! Who Are You Crushing On This Week?
By Amaris Castillo | 11/14/2011 - 17:00

This week, we’re crushing on a hodgepodge of men who are ruling television, film, and music - some who are hot enough to sink our teeth into (yes, we're referring to those associated with the Twilight craze. Tell us who's your fave by voting below:

Christian Camargo

The 40-year-old actor of part-Mexican descent plays one sexy vampire in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2. In the films, Camargo plays Eleazar, a vegetarian vampire member of the Denali coven. 

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Victor Rasuk
EXCLUSIVE: Victor Rasuk on 'How To Make It In America': “Cam is Going To Be Shirtless A Lot This Season”
By Lee Hernandez | 09/30/2011 - 11:12

With HBO’s hit show, How to Make it in America premiering this Sunday, October 2nd at 10:30 p.m, we sat down with the show's Dominican star Victor Rasuk to get all the inside scoop on season two. Rasuk, 27, told us why season two is so much better than season one, dished on his character Cam's new love interest, and told us why it's finally time for Cam to move out of his abuela’s apartment.

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Latino Fall TV Awards!
The First Annual Latina.com Fall TV Awards!
By Lee Hernandez | 09/29/2011 - 16:52

There are more Latino stars on the small screen this fall than there have ever been in the history of television. And with the fall TV season in full swing, it's the perfect time to announce the winners of our first ever Fall TV Awards. Check out our list of winners and tell us if you agree with our picks!

The 25 Most Beautiful Latino Stars Under 25

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Who Should Lady Gaga Cast in her New Music Video?
Who Should Lady Gaga Cast in her New Music Video?
By Adriana Rivera | 06/02/2011 - 16:03

What does Lady Gaga look for in a leading man? A “Puerto Rican or Dominican type badass…Think Enrique Iglesias,” at least according to a casting notice for her new music video. Of course, Lady Gaga's been showing Latinos love forever...and we’re not complaining!

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Rethinking 'Twilight: Eclipse' with a Latino Cast!
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 06/30/2010 - 17:00

We know that Washington State, where The Twlight Saga: Eclipse is set, is not exactly brimming with diversity, but we couldn’t help but imagine what the film, which comes out today, would be like if it were a little bit browner.

Here are the results of our all-Latino recast of the latest Twilight movie. Enjoy, then let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Exclusive: Melonie Diaz Gets Into The "Holiday" Spirit
By Monica Herrera | 12/11/2008 - 12:30

Melonie Diaz doesn't have kids of her own--"I can't even imagine what that's like!" she tells Latina.com--but she still didn't have to look very far to research her role as Marissa, a single mom caught up in a love triangle, in Nothing Like The Holidays
(out this Friday). In fact, all the 24-year-old Nuyorican actress had
to do was check in with her BFFs for some tips: "With my girlfriends,
it's like their kids are their world."

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Latinized: "Gossip Girl" Trades Leighton Meester for Selena Gomez
By Latina Staff | 09/30/2008 - 15:03

We love us the back-stabbing, nail-biting drama of the CW's hit soap Gossip Girl,
but we couldn't help but notice that the characters on the screen were
a bit too vanilla for our taste. So we decided to shake things up on the
Upper East Side by recasting the show with all Latino actors. Hey, we
have color TVs for a reason, right?

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