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#Latinos Reign Supreme At 2018 GoldenGlobes Nominations this morning. See who they were:

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Jack Rico


2017/12/11 at 10:35am

Latinos Reign Supreme At 2018 Golden Globe Award Nominations

12.11.2017 | By |

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Nominations are out. On Monday, December 11th at 8:15am, the Globes announced via its webstream its 2018 nominations. Latinos reigned supreme with Mexican director Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” being nominated for 7 Golden Globe awards. Pixar’s “Coco” was nominated for two including Best Original Song and Chile scored a nod with Sebastián Lelio’s “A Fantastic Woman” in the Foreign Film category. Read More

Jack Hobbs


2017/11/30 at 3:11pm

Trailer Breakdown: Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Infiniti War’ Official Trailer

11.30.2017 | By |

If you haven’t seen it already, we got out first look the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer… And let me tell you, I was SHOOK by it. Click for the full breakdown! 👇🏻 Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/28 at 4:32pm

All The Hispanics Nominated At The 60th Grammy Awards

11.28.2017 | By |

As is the tradition every year, the Recording Academy selected their nominations of the best of the best in music across 84 categories. For this site’s purposes, we will focus only on the Hispanic nominees which have been nominated in 20 categories this year, many more than we have seen in previous years. With Bruno Mars (Puerto Rican heritage) nominated for six awards and Despacito‘s bilingual version nominated for three, including Justin Bieber, we are seeing one of the great years for Latinos in music. Latino nominees are indicated in bold, if not in bold, it means the whole category is Hispanic. Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/23 at 1:36pm

The Latino Significance of Pixar’s ‘Coco’

11.23.2017 | By |

Coco,” the 19th film from Pixar, is a return to form for the stumbling animation company which has re-found its footing with its colorful characters, striking vivid cinematography and a heartwarming story of family and tradition. Set in Mexico, a young boy (Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of becoming a musician just like his great-great-grandfather Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). But when his family prohibits him from playing music, he finds himself magically transported to the Land of the Dead on Dia de los Muertos meeting his past relatives and discovering a deeper connection to himself and to his family’s history. Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/22 at 8:57am

PODCAST: ‘Coco’ Director Adrian Molina On Celebrating Latino Culture, Guillermo Arriaga On Writing A Good Story, Aimee Garcia Discusses FOX’s ‘Lucifer’ S3

11.22.2017 | By |

Happy Thanksgiving! On this episode, we chat with Adrian Molina (2:34), he is the first Latino director of a Pixar and is the co-director of Pixar’s new movie Coco that is currently in theaters right now. We discuss why Coco is not a Mexican film for Mexicans and why it really is a film for everyone. Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/15 at 8:34am

Watch Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz and Ricky Martin in the New Trailer for FX’s “The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”

11.15.2017 | By |

Three of the biggest Hispanic names in movies and music, Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz and Ricky Martin, have come together in FX’s “The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”. The new show airing January 17th, 2018 takes us through how Andrew Phillip Cunanan (Darren Criss), Gianni Versace’s killer, who also murdered at least five other people during a three-month period in 1997, met Versace, entered his world and ultimately killed him. Kudos to creator/producer Ryan Murphy for casting Hispanic talent at a time where Hispanic actors are severely underrepresented in television and film. 

Jack Rico


2017/11/14 at 7:44pm

Justice League (Movie Review)

11.14.2017 | By |

The 2-8-0: #JusticeLeague is a modest and sufficiently entertaining film that delivers all the predictable offerings we expect from films of this nature – action, fights, explosions and cheesy one-liners. It’s not as good as The Avengers, but what is. Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/03 at 5:22pm

PODCAST: Vanity Fair’s ‘J-ROD’ Cover With Writer Bethany McLean, Walter Perez On Eating Good with ‘EATGUD’

11.3.2017 | By |

The new Vanity Fair December issue is out and two Latinos are on the cover – Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, also now known as J-ROD. I talk to the Bethany Mclean, the writer who spent several days with them to do the cover story and we discussed everything from why Latinos are rarely on the cover of Vanity Fair, the how to of her writing process and how she discovered the trait that bonds them together.  Read More

Jack Rico


2017/11/01 at 4:34pm

PODCAST: Stephanie Beatriz On How She Prepared For Her Sexual Assault Film “Light of the Moon”

11.1.2017 | By |

On this week’s episode, we talk to Hispanic actress Stephanie Beatriz (3:00) from FOX’s Brooklyn-Nine-Nine who has a new movie out titled Light of the Moon, where she plays the victim of sexual assault. We get down to the nitty gritty of her thoughts of rape on film and her take on Hollywood’s sexual assault culture. Read More

Jack Rico


2017/10/25 at 9:35am

Luis Miguel Drops New Single – ‘La Fiesta de Mariachi’

10.25.2017 | By |

Arguably the most successful Latin singer of his generation, Luis Miguel will release a new single titled “La Fiesta del Mariachi” on October 27th. It is a return to the Mexican Regional (aka bolero) genre where he collaborated with Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán for the song. You can currently listen to a snippet of the single by clicking the button below. Read More

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