Golden Globes: 'Jane The Virgin' Star Gina Rodriguez Wins Best Actress, Gives Emotional Speech Honoring Family, Cast & Culture (WATCH)

Golden Globes: 'Jane The Virgin' Star Gina Rodriguez Wins Best Actress, Gives Emotional Speech "Jane The Virgin" star Gina Rodriguez won her first-ever Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a TV series, Musical or Comedy at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 11 in Beverly Hills, California.

Marvel Comics & Radiologist Team Up to Help Kids Channel Inner Superhero and Combat Fear of MRIs

Undergoing an MRI can be a scary and claustrophobic experience when you're an adult, but imagine what it would be like if you were a kid. Having to lie still for up to 30 minutes in a noisy metal tube is no fun, but as a kid what if you heard a story that superheroes have MRIs too, chances are you would have something to relate to and feel better.
Shakira & Iggy Azalea

Shakira Joins Forces with Iggy Azalea for New Album

Colombian superstar Shakira is a force to be reckoned with on her own, but when she teams up with fellow vocal powerhouses like Rihanna for "Can't Remember to Forget You" - and now Iggy Azalea for her new album, the ferocity is at an all-time high.
Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato, Latina Role Model, Kicks Off 2015 With Positive Body Image After Overcoming Eating Disorder, Drug & Alcohol Addiction

How have you kicked off 2015? Singer/songwriter Demi Lovato is kicking off the New Year by loving herself, loving her body and living a healthier lifestyle -- a lesson that many 20-something's like herself should learn and master.
Actress Diane Guerrero

'Orange is the New Black' Star Diane Guerrero's New Memoir to Detail Family's Emotional Immigration Plight

With the holidays upon us, families gather for Christmas, Chanukah and New Year's to celebrate and ring in a New Year of new possibilities, resolutions and hope for change. But the sad fact is that many families have been separated and deported due to a broken immigration system, thus making the holidays bittersweet for many, including "Orange Is The New Black" and "Jane The Virgin" star Diane Guerrero.
Cuban-American Rapper Pitbull

Major Urban Latin Music Festival Calibash 2015 to Feature Pitbull, Don Omar, Carlos Vives in L.A. This Month

Dubbed "the leading urban Latin music festival in the world," thousands of bilingual and English-speaking Latino Millenials are gearing up for this year's Calibash Festival, which will take place at L.A.'s Staples Center on Jan. 24, 2015.
Salma Hayek Takes on Japanese Mobsters, Assassins in New Movie ‘Everly’

Salma Hayek Takes on Japanese Mobsters, Assassins in New Movie ‘Everly’

Oscar-nominated and Alma Award-winning actress Salma Hayek will light up the screen as a prostitute-turned-FBI informant who is fending off Japanese mobsters and an army of assassins in her apartment in the upcoming 2015 film, "Everly."
Pro BMX rider Erick Soto

BMX Rider Erick Soto aka 'Soto Moto' Talks the Evolution of BMX [Interview]

BMX pro rider Erick Soto, a.k.a "Soto Moto" (derived from BMX - bicycle motocross), took some time out of his busy schedule to reflect upon his successful BMX career, the evolution of the extreme sport and its impact in his native Mexico, in an exclusive interview with Latin Post.

'American Idol' Star Jessica Sanchez Reflects on Past Year, Looks Ahead to Big 2015 (Exclusive)

When you have performed on the "American Idol" stage with Jennifer Lopez, appeared on the popular FOX hit TV show "Glee" and have sung for President Obama, dreamboat George Clooney and the legendary Barbara Streisand, what can you possibly do next to top that? Latin finds out when "American Idol" finalist Jennifer Sanchez talks about what’s next for her in an exclusive interview.

'The Gambler' Director Rupert Wyatt on High Stakes, Life's Risks & Redemption (Exclusive)

"The Gambler" is nowhere near to being a lighthearted holiday film -- it's dark, gritty and complex with the help of Oscar-winning screenwriter William Monahan ("The Departed"). Yet ultimately it's a story of redemption, according to "The Gambler's" director Rupert Wyatt, who spoke with Latin Post in an exclusive interview.

'American Sniper's Jason Hall: U.S. Navy SEAL's Story Hits Home for All Ranks in Military (Exclusive)

What is it like to look behind the lens of a rifle as the most lethal sniper in U.S. Military history? Jason Hall, who also co-wrote the thriller "Paranoia" starring Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman and Liam Hemsworth, speaks to Latin in an exclusive interview where he shared what it was like to bring the story of U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (played by Bradley Cooper) to the big screen in the upcoming movie "American Sniper."

'Annie' Costume Designer Renée Ehrlich Kalfus Puts New Spin on Classic Wardrobe (Exclusive)

If given the choice, would you rather dress like the beloved "Annie" star circa 1930, 1982 or 2014? Well, if you picked the latter, then you're in luck! You can dress just like the modern Annie, played by Academy Award nominee Quvenzhané Wallis with the help of 'Annie' Costume Designer Renée Ehrlich Kalfus who recently launched the "Annie for Target" Collection to coincide with the film, which hits theaters this Friday, Dec. 19.

'Real Housewives of New York' Sonja Morgan Graces Latino Show Magazine Cover, Shows Off New Boyfriend (Exclusive)

This past week, New York high society was dressed to the nines as they came together to celebrate "Real Housewives of New York" star Sonja Morgan, who landed the cover of Latino Show Magazine's "The Anniversary Issue" and is launching her Sonja Morgan New York fashion collection that is set to debut Spring/Summer 2015.
Downton Abbey Getting Ready for Another Wedding

'Downton Abbey' Season 5: George Clooney Makes Cameo, Show Considers Filming in Big Apple

It's been a British invasion in New York City this week! The city has been buzzing between the arrival of Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton who came here for the first time ever and visited The White House, 9/11 Memorial and watched basketball with Beyoncé and JAY Z -- to the a highly anticipated visit from the cast and director of "Downton Abbey," the highest-rated drama on PBS, which Latin Post attended. Needless to say, it's been a rather exciting time for New Yorkers and Brits alike.

'Annie' Rises to More Diversified 'Tomorrow' With Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx & Quvenzhané Wallis

The latest remake of the beloved American musical-turned-movie, "Annie" will surely see the sun come out, but this time it will be to a more diversified 'tomorrow' set in the bustling Big Apple. And you can bet your bottom dollar that with its blockbuster backing -- including producers Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith, Shawn "JAY Z" Carter who is also on the film's soundtrack - that "Annie" has a good shot at a successful box office run.
Should We Cast a Latina 'Annie?' 'Annie' Director Will Gluck, Cast Say Yes!

Should We Cast a Latina 'Annie?' 'Annie' Director Will Gluck, Cast Say Yes!

Actress Aileen Quinn, who played "Annie" in the 1982 film adaptation of "Annie" tells Latin Post that she thinks there should also be a Latina "Annie" during the film's red carpet and premiere at Ziegfeld Theater in New York.
Juanes Stars on

Juanes Makes Acting Debut on The CW's 'Jane the Virgin', Nabs Best Latin Pop Album Grammy Nomination

Colombian superstar Juanes is ending 2014 on a high note and it's looking like 2015 will kick off very nicely as well. Not only has the already two-time Grammy winner won his impressive twentieth Latin Grammy for "Loco De Amor," but the highly acclaimed album also received a Best Latin Pop Album Grammy Nomination for "Loco de Amor." He's also making his acting debut on "Jane the Virgin" tonight, Monday, Dec. 8 at 9 pm on The CW Network.
Actor Juan Pablo di Pace as Jesus in

'A.D' On NBC: 'The Bible' Sequel to Star Argentina's Juan Pablo di Pace as Jesus in Miniseries Detailing Aftermath of Christ's Death

On Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015, NBC will be re-embarking on a spiritual journey with "A.D.," the much anticipated follow-up to the History Channel's epic mini-series, "The Bible," from executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.
Artist Carlos Motta's

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014: Colombian, Mexican Artists Revise Art History with Thought-Provoking Exhibits, Films

The Instituto de Visión in Bogotá, Colombia, whose artists are participating in Art Basel Miami Beach this year, will revisit art history and take part in the Nova and Film sections for the first time.
Mexican Director Kuno Becker Talks Gut-Wrenching Thriller 'Panic 5 Bravo' at U.S.-Mexico Border

Mexican Director Kuno Becker Talks Gut-Wrenching Thriller 'Panic 5 Bravo' at U.S.-Mexico Border (Exclusive)

Mexican actor-turned-director Kuno Becker talks to Latin Post about his new suspenseful thriller, "Panic 5 Bravo, " which will be released on Dec. 5 by Pantelion Films.
Mariana Rondón's 'BAD HAIR' ('PELO MALO') Tackles Prejudice, Homophobia & Venezuela's Cultural Norms

Venezuelan Writer-Director Mariana Rondón's 'BAD HAIR' ('PELO MALO') Tackles Prejudice, Homophobia & Venezuela's Cultural Norms

Venezuelan writer-director Mariana Rondón spoke with Latin Post in an exclusive interview about her movie "BAD HAIR" ("PELO MALO"), 'a touching and humorous coming-of-gender story' that was the winner of Best Film at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in 2013.
Lynx, Bachata Singer & Aventura Collaborator, Releases New Album, Shares Heartfelt Letter with Latin Post

Lynx, Bachata Singer & Aventura Collaborator, Releases New Album, Shares Heartfelt Letter with Latin Post

Bachata singer and Aventura collaborator Lynx, otherwise known as Ralphy Mata, released his first album, "Dosis de Mí" on Nov. 25. Mata also shared his desire to change the traditional genre as a Latino millennial, as well as a heartfelt thank you letter to his fans with Latin Post.
Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014: Highlights Include Mexican Artist Pedro Reyes, Yoko Ono & Acts by Miley Cyrus, Solange

Art aficionados from around the world are flocking to Art Basel this week in Miami Beach(Dec. 4-7), where modern and contemporary art will be celebrated in some of the most eccentric ways that will raise eyebrows, challenge onlookers to think outside of the box and expand their artistic, cultural and societal canvas.
Matador's Gabriel Luna

El Rey Cancels Soccer Spy Drama 'Matador'; Action & Fútbol Fans Disappointed, But Say They Were Entertained

World Cup 2014 arrived in full force this summer, shining a spotlight on the intense and beloved game of soccer, thus gaining more fans worldwide on all platforms -- from social media, mobile to television. Yet not all things soccer-related could ultimately score a goal to win the game, including El Rey Network's soccer spy drama, "Matador," which unfortunately had to be cancelled.

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Star Stephanie Beatriz Nails Deadpan Humor on FOX Comedy, Talks Latina Representation on TV

When it comes to seamlessly delivering deadpan humor, Latina star Stephanie Beatriz nails it on the Golden Globe-winning, FOX break-out success, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Beatriz, who plays Detective Rosa Diaz, recently spoke with Latin Post in an exclusive interview and shared her pride for her strong yet comedic character as well as her love for the comical, creative genius of the cast, directors and writers.
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