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Jack Rico

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2016/07/14 at 2:23pm

Only 2 Latinos Were Nominated For A 2016 Emmy… Anthony Mendez Was 1 Of Them

07.14.2016 | By |

He’s 2 for 2 now. Dominican voiceover talent Anthony Mendez has held the fort down once again for the Jane the Virgin camp (even powerhouse Gina Rodriguez hasn’t been able to get an Emmy nod) garnering a second Emmy nomination and only one of two Latinos nominated this year. How cool and large is that? (btw, how is it Gael Garcia Bernal, Oscar Isaac weren’t nominated?) Last year I had the pleasure of meeting up with Mendez for an NBCLatino story I was doing, at his home in New Jersey. We sat down to discuss the reaction of his first Emmy, the struggle and appreciation behind it and a look at his home-studio and how much his family is a part of his success. Mendez drops it from the heart, dude almost made me cry. Have a #TBT look below…

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Jack Rico

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2016/07/11 at 8:15am

My NBCLatino Interview With Jennifer Lopez & Lin-Manuel Miranda

07.11.2016 | By |

This was a crazy morning. I had gotten an email last week from the editor-in-chief of NBCLatino, Sandra Lilley, asking if I’d be interested in interviewing Jennifer Lopez & Lin-Manuel Miranda for them. I was ecstatic! I of course said yes. This was the biggest interview “get” in the business, Spanish or English, and there were only a small number of outlets approved. Here’s a video excerpt of a bigger interview I did with them today… Lopez was clearly overwhelmed with the emotion of the subject matter. This one hit home.

Jack Rico

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2016/05/09 at 2:30pm

Interview: Rob Reiner On Trump Movie, Sequels, Superheroes And TV

05.9.2016 | By |

When one says the name Rob Reiner, plentiful thoughts of superlatives comes to mind, but what most people associate the name Rob Reiner with is his character Michael ‘Meathead’ Stivic from “All in the Family” and for his romantic-comedy classic “When Harry Met Sally,” at least for this writer. A further look into Reiner’s cinematic oeuvre and you’ll slowly understand how the tag of living legend might apply. Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/04/29 at 1:49pm

Love In Hollywood: An Interview With ‘Between Us’ Director Rafael Palacio Illingworth

04.29.2016 | By |

One of the best movies to come out of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is Between Us by Mexican-Colombian director Rafael Palacio Illingworth. The film stars Ben Feldman, Olivia Thirlby, Adam Goldberg and Analeigh Tipton and centers around a young married couple who slowly start to question the sexual and moral commitment they have to their marriage. Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/03/13 at 5:37pm

Sacha Baron Cohen Talks Shock Comedy, “Donald Trump’s AIDS”

03.13.2016 | By |

Sacha Baron Cohen was in NYC this past week to talk about his new action comedy – The Brothers Grimsby – a James Bond like buddy film where moments can get VERY uncomfortable amongst brothers. Spanish actress and Oscar winner Penélope Cruz co-stars in it, but much like Zoolander 2, she has been opting for comedy as of late (which sounds more like she can’t get any quality work and money is running dry).   Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/01/13 at 5:12pm

Horror Movie ‘The Forest’: Interview With Natalie Dormer, Taylor Kinney

01.13.2016 | By |

If you are a big fan of Game of Thrones, and want to know more about Lady Gaga’s husband, it’s more than probable that you’ll be interested in seeing the horror film The Forest. Starring Natalie Dormer and Taylor Kinney, The Forest is set in the legendary Aokigahara Forest of Japan. It follows Sara (Natalie Dormer) a young American woman in search of her twin sister, who has mysteriously disappeared. We had a chance to sit down with the cast for an interview. Take a look!

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Jack Rico

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2015/12/28 at 7:18pm

The Red Carpet: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell Talk “Daddy’s Home”

12.28.2015 | By |

We were at red carpet of the new Sean Anders comedy “Daddy’s Home”. Justine Browning gets to the nitty gritty on the film from the stars themselves – Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. 

Jack Rico

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2015/10/27 at 12:38pm

‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ – An Interview With The Whole Cast

10.27.2015 | By |

ShowBizCafe.com was one of the few outlets that had a chance to talk to the whole cast of STARZ’s Ash vs. Evil Dead. Bruce Campbell spills the beans on how better and more fun it is to play Ash now that he’s wiser and more experienced compared to 1979.  Read More

Adam Garcia

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2015/10/26 at 5:00am

Amazon’s ‘Man in the High Castle’: Executive Producer Frank Spotnitz Discusses Nazi Occupation

10.26.2015 | By |

Based on Philip K. Dick’s novel, Amazon’s upcoming Man in the High Castle series is set in an alternate 1962 where the Allies lost World War II. America is divided. The Nazis control the East and Imperial Japan control the West, with the Rocky Mountains acting as a neutral zone between the two world powers. The (excellent) pilot episode premiered last year during Amazon’s “Pilot Season” and the full 10-episode series will be released in its entirety on November 20th. Read More

Justine Browning

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2015/10/23 at 1:39pm

Vin Diesel Flips Out When Compared to ‘Last Witch Hunter’ Character 

10.23.2015 | By |

Vin Diesel is an enthusiastic one. That’s for sure. During a recent interview for his film The Last Witch Hunter, the Fast & the Furious star decided to flip the switch and ask me what I thought about the action/adventure flick. I compared him to his character Kaulder, a man who is immortal and indestructible but faces loneliness and isolation. There’s a facade the character puts up, all the while consumed by weakness. In many ways, Diesel shares similar traits.  Read More

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