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Mariana Dussan

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2013/11/18 at 10:02am

Jennifer Lopez To Honor Celia Cruz at AMA’s: 3 Songs She Should Sing

11.18.2013 | By |

Is the Latino culture finally being recognized as an integral part of the American culture? If not fully, then I am glad to say that we are surely making great strides. Read More

Jack Rico

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2012/05/09 at 12:00am

Cameron Diaz joins Bardem, Cruz in ‘The Counselor’

05.9.2012 | By |

Cameron Diaz joins Bardem, Cruz in 'The Counselor'

Cuban actress Cameron Diaz, who was just at the What To Expect When You’re Expecting premiere in NYC,  is in final negotiations to join the spectacular cast of The Counselor. It’s turning out to be be an all-star cast of Hispanic heavyweights that include power couple Javier Bardem and Pénelope Cruz.

Diaz will play Malkina in a supporting role. Fassbender plays the title role of a respected lawyer who thinks he can dip a toe into the drug business without getting sucked down, which proves to be a life threatening decision.

Ridley Scott will direct the drama with Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt in lead roles. Angelina Jolie was also in talks, but might have canceled now that Cruz is in the film.

Diaz will next be seen in the new Coen Brother’s film – Gambit for 2013.

Also check out this video of Cameron Diaz officially breaking down her Latina roots. There is no doubt that she is a true Latina!

Jack Rico

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2012/05/01 at 12:00am

Andy Garcia: “‘Godfather Part 4’ is in Francis’ hands”

05.1.2012 | By |

Could one of the greatest franchises in cinema history, The Godfather, get a new sequel with Andy Garcia? Jack Rico spoke to the Cuban actor, Garcia himself about the status of ‘The Godfather Part 4‘, how he didn’t speak to Luis Guzman about project, and how he would only do it if Francis Ford Coppola would direct it. Read More

Jack Rico

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2011/10/05 at 12:00am

Bobby Cannavale to star in Broadway’s ‘Funny Girl’

10.5.2011 | By |

Bobby Cannavale to star in Broadway's 'Funny Girl'

FUNNY GIRL, starring two-time Emmy Award nominee Lauren Ambrose as Fanny Brice and two-time Tony Award nominee and Emmy Award winner Bobby Cannavale as Nick Arnstein, will open on Broadway in April, 2012 at the Imperial Theatre (249 West 45th Street), following its engagement at Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles from January 15 through February 26, 2012, it was announced today by producer Bob Boyett. Additional casting, preview and opening dates will be announced shortly. It will be the first time FUNNY GIRL will be on Broadway since the 1964 original production.
 
FUNNY GIRL features music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill and book by Isobel Lennart, and will be directed by Tony Award-winner Bartlett Sher.
 
“It’s been 47 years since FUNNY GIRL has been on Broadway, but I’m sure that everyone is as thrilled as I am to have it back in New York this spring, following our Los Angeles engagement,” commented producer Bob Boyett.  “Fanny Brice was the greatest star of the early 20th century and we cannot wait to examine this fascinating woman’s life and career, with our great stars Lauren Ambrose and Bobby Cannavale and the incredibly talented Bart Sher at the helm with his extraordinary creative team.”
 
FUNNY GIRL is the road-to-stardom story of legendary entertainer Fanny Brice (Lauren Ambrose), from her start in a Brooklyn music hall to her meteoric rise as a headliner in the Ziegfeld Follies.   While her career soars, she falls in love with charming gambler Nick Arnstein (Bobby Cannavale), just as his own lucky streak is running out.  FUNNY GIRL is an irresistible backstage drama, a heartbreaking romance and a classic musical comedy filled with unforgettable songs by the team of Jule Styne and Bob Merrill including “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” “I’m the Greatest Star,” “The Music That Makes Me Dance,” and the iconic hit “People.”
 
FUNNY GIRL originally opened on Broadway on March 26, 1964 at the Winter Garden Theatre and played for 1,348 performances.  FUNNY GIRL was a hit on national tour and in London and was adapted to the screen for the popular 1968 movie version, but has not played Broadway since the original production closed in 1967.
 
Scenic design is by Michael Yeargan, costume design by Catherine Zuber, lighting design by Donald Holder and sound design by Scott Lehrer.  Music director is Kimberly Grigsby.  Choreographer is Christopher Gattelli.
 
FUNNY GIRL will be produced in Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theatre by Center Theatre Group, with special permission from Bob Boyett, Sonia Friedman Productions, Jean Doumanian, Stacey Mindich and Tim Levy. FUNNY GIRL will be produced on Broadway by Bob Boyett, Sonia Friedman Productions, Jean Doumanian, Stacey Mindich, Tim Levy and Center Theatre Group.

Jack Rico

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2011/08/01 at 12:00am

‘Scarface’ to be re-released for one night event

08.1.2011 | By |

'Scarface' to be re-released for one night event

Centennial, Colo. – August 1, 2011 – Blasting onto the silver screen with the intensity of its original release nearly 30 years ago, the pop culture phenomenon Scarface, starring Al Pacino and directed by Brian De Palma, returns to movie theaters in a one-night Fathom event on Wednesday, August 31 at 7:30 p.m. local time. Presented by NCM Fathom and Universal Studios Home Entertainment, audiences nationwide will get the opportunity to experience one of the most influential gangster classics ever made like never before — with all-new restored high-definition picture and enhanced audio. Fans who attend this special event will also get an exclusive look at a 20-minute special feature that showcases interviews with popular filmmakers and talent expressing how this epic feature redefined the gangster genre, leaving an enduring influence on cinema.

Tickets for the Scarface Special Event are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the NCM Fathom website (theaters and participants are subject to change). The Scarface Special Event will appear in more than 475 select movie theaters across the country via the new digital cinema projection systems.

“Almost 30 years after its initial release, Scarface remains iconic and stirs passionate responses from audiences around the world,” said Dan Diamond, vice president of NCM Fathom. “Now, fans can experience Scarface like never before in theaters with spectacularly updated visual and sound quality, and never-before-seen elements in an historic, one-night event.”

Scarface is a 1983 American crime drama and masterful collaboration between acclaimed director Brian De Palma and Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Oliver Stone. Produced by Martin Bregman, Academy Award® winner Al Pacino stars as Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who finds wealth, power and passion beyond his wildest dreams…at a price he never imagined. Scarface was nominated for three Golden Globe® Awards (including Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Score), and was named one of the Top 10 Gangster Films of All Time by the American Film Institute.

This one-night, in-theater event celebrates the first-ever Blu-rayTM release of Scarface on September 6 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Fans of Scarface will enjoy the restored high-definition picture and 7.1 audio plus see exclusive new bonus content that reveals the film’s iconic legacy as one of the greatest crime sagas of all time. For a limited time only, the Scarface Special Limited Edition Blu-rayTM comes with collectible SteelBookTM packaging, 10 exclusive art cards, a digital copy of the film and a DVD of the original 1932 Scarface, making it a must-own addition to every film fan’s library. And, for the ultimate collector and cigar enthusiast, an elegantly hand-crafted Scarface-themed humidor will also be made available in an exclusive, never-before-available, limited edition.

Jack Rico

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2011/06/21 at 12:00am

Video: Cameron Diaz explains her Latino heritage

06.21.2011 | By |

Cameron Diaz isn’t known to talk much about her Latina roots, but in a press day for her new R rated comedy ‘Bad Teacher‘, Diaz opened up about her cultural heritage in detailed form like never before. She said she doesn’t speak Spanish, but you could tell that she has close ties to her Cuban side and seems to be proud of it.

She says in the interview: Read More

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