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Colombia Archives - ShowBizCafe.com

Colombia Archives - ShowBizCafe.com

Jack Rico

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2015/10/02 at 10:24am

Will Smith Musically Unretires With Single ‘Fiesta’ From Colombia’s ‘Bomba Estéreo’

10.2.2015 | By |

Incredible news coming out of Colombia this week. Not only does Colombia and the FARC come to some sort of peace agreement, but J Balvin kicks off #VivaToday performing on the TODAY show on October 6th and now this – Will Smith comes out of music retirement, after 10 years of not recording anything since Switch, to collaborate with Colombian band Bomba Estéreo on a remix of ‘Fiesta‘! Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/07/22 at 1:11pm

Gabriel García Márquez Documentary Coming To A Theater Near You

07.22.2015 | By |

Colombian Nobel Prize for Literature winner and Best-Selling Latin American writer, Gabriel García Márquez, will have a new documentary titled, Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez, coming to a theater near you soon.  Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/05/06 at 3:28pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Hot Pursuit,’ ‘Maggie,’ ‘I Am Big Bird’

05.6.2015 | By |

We’re in the beginnings of May and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is still on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But aside from it, many are celebrating a week’s long worth of Cinco de Mayo in movies. There are 12 new films being released, from documentaries, to dramas, to true stories and comedies, these films will surely be competing for your attention and money. Some of the big names from the entertainment business are among this week’s releases. If you like gripping stories full of action and drama then you should check out Maggie with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton team up for a New York City based comedy and the beautiful Amber Rose stars in Sister Code. A few documentaries are showcasing important issues in America today as well as the story of the man behind the beloved Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/07/08 at 10:26am

How Colombia’s James Rodriguez Became A Global Pop Star

07.8.2014 | By |

Sponsors get ready for the new face of your 2018 World Cup commercials, Colombia’s No. 10, James Rodriguez.

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Mariana Dussan

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2014/05/20 at 10:41am

How Sofia Vergara Became One Of The Most Powerful Women in Hollywood

05.20.2014 | By |

A career more than 20 years in the making is finally starting to reach the heights it deserves, but can it keep rising? From all that we can gather, it seems like its inevitable for the Colombian actress. Read on! Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/05/12 at 11:30am

New Video Alert: Shakira’s “DARE (LA LA LA)”

05.12.2014 | By |

Colombia singer-songwriter and Grammy winner, Shakira premiered recently the music video for “Dare (La La La)” on VEVO in both English and Spanish language versions. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/04/23 at 3:38pm

Gabriel García Márquez: The Actor, Screenwriter And Film Critic: 7 Magical Realism Films To Honor The Great Colombian Novelist

04.23.2014 | By |

According to ElTiempo.com, Gabriel García Márquez, one of the greatest literary minds of the 20th century, passed away last week at his home in Mexico City. He was 87. The late 1982 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature was known all over the world for his magical realism style and successful novels, but the author also enjoyed many more passions, and one of the biggest was film. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/01/14 at 10:26am

Shakira Meets Rihanna: 4 Other Duets She Has To Do Next

01.14.2014 | By |

Shakira’s new single featuring Rihanna “Can’t Remember To Forget You” IS OFF THE HOOK! This is a duet made in heaven because it was unforeseen and in the music world that is worth a million bucks. The song starts with a danceable reggae rhythm and is amazingly offset by intersections of headbanging hard-rock, combination that flawlessly fuses the musical essences of each singer. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2013/12/24 at 5:33pm

Why You Should Know Who Diomedes Díaz Was – 5 Of His Best Vallenatos To Get You Started

12.24.2013 | By |

Through Facebook I was informed that El Cacique de la Junta better known as Diomedes Díaz, one of Colombia’s biggest names in music, passed away Sunday Dec. 22 at the age of 56. He was the Frank Sinatra of the vallenato music genre (the native folklore music of Colombia). As a Colombian and fan of his music I was saddened, and thought this news only pertained to my fellow Colombians, I was wrong. Read More

Karen Posada

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2012/03/08 at 12:00am

Sofia Vergara to work with Woody Allen?

03.8.2012 | By |

Sofia Vergara to work with Woody Allen?

There’s a lot of buzz about ‘Fading Gigolo’, a movie written by John Turturro who will also be the director and star. It has been confirmed that Woody Allen will be in the movie as an actor, he will play the character that will convince Turturro to work as a gigolo, so he would technically be his pimp. The big deal is that we haven’t seen Allen acting in a movie he’s not directing since the year 2000, when he had two small appearances in ‘Picking Up the Pieces’ of Alfonso Arau and ‘Company Man’ from Douglas McGrath.

The premise of the film is that Turturro and Allen (their names will be Virgil and Bongo) are best friends who are short of money and decide to go into the gigolo business, they live in a Hasidic Jewish community that starts taking notice rapidly. One of the twists is that Turturro’s character ends up falling in love with a Jewish widow.

Some of the ladies in the film will be Sharon Stone who will co-star and also most likely ‘Modern Family’s very own Sofia Vergara will be in a supporting role.

Allen will appear in his upcoming film ‘Nero Fiddled’ which might show in Cannes in May and then Sony Classics will release it in June. Turturro’s film is said to start shooting in New York City in April, he is under pressure since his last couple of directing works haven’t fared too well.

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