Diego Luna

Why Diego Luna Finally Signed onto "Narcos: Mexico"

Diego Luna explained the importance of storytelling in "Narcos" and explained why he always considered Mexico his home.
Diego Luna

Why It Took Months for Diego Luna to Sign Onto 'Narcos: Mexico Season 2'

Diego Luna took months of conversation before he signed his contract to play the character of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo in the "Narcos: Mexico Season 2.'
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Diego Luna Cheats Death In The "Flatliners" Remake Trailer

Kiefer Sutherland is also returning to the movie.
Mariachi

From Mexico to the world: "Cielito Lindo" at Cannes (VIDEO)

Guillermo del Toro, Gael García, Diego Luna, González Iñárritu and Benicio del Toro sang along
Embrace of the Serpent

Four Latin American Films to Watch at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival gets going in the next few weeks and will undoubtedly bring the film community into full-blown catharsis.
Rogue One

Why Star Wars Prequel 'Rogue One' Is the Most Anticipated Film of 2016

With Star Wars euphoria reaching fever pitch, it is no surprise that anticipation for the next installment in the franchise to also become the most anticipated film of 2016. According to Variety, a survey by Fandango has shown that "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is the film that movie goers are most excited to see.
Embrace of the Serpent

Sundance 2015 Film Festival: Selena Gomez and Diego Luna Headline Films in Spotlight and Premieres Sidebar

Sundance has announced the premieres and spotlight sidebars of the festival with a number of Latin films and actors among the lineup.
diego luna

Diego Luna Creates New Studio to Promote Latin American Culture

Diego Luna has never shied away from trying to expand the Latin America cinematic environment in the US and Mexico. He continued to look toward growth by announcing his new entertainment studio Gloria.
Cheech Marin and Robert Rodriguez

Cheech Marin Talks About Working With El Rey's Robert Rodriguez, 'Book of Life'

Many people know comedic actor Cheech Marin for his stoner comedy "Cheech & Chong" films in the '70s and '80s, but he's also made his mark as a director, writer, musician and a Chicano advocate and art collector. He's starred in feature film comedies and animated movies and has made bestselling bilingual children's music albums. Marin recently spoke to Latin Post about his role in the animated fantasy-adventure, "The Book of Life," directed by Jorge Gutierrez and produced by his longtime friend and Oscar-winning Guillermo del Toro. During the Latin Post exclusive interview, Marin reminisced of his early days and recalled other Latino trailblazers in film, including renegade filmmaker and fellow Mexican-American, Robert Rodriguez.
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Cheech Marin Brings the Laughs with Comical Serenades and Helps Diego Luna in His Quest for True Love in Jorge Gutierrez and Guillermo del Toro's "Book of Life"

If you are ever in need of a wing man and a singing entourage to help woo your true love, Cheech Marin is your man! In "The Book of Life," Marin voices the hysterical role of Pancho Rodriguez, one of Manolo's (voiced by Diego Luna's hilarious mariachi friends, the "Rodriguez brothers" (also voiced by Gabriel Iglesias and Ricardo Sanchez "Mandril"). In the film, they try "fun, though hardly romantic versions of Rod Stewart's 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy' and Biz Markie's 'Just a Friend' - the latter to the accompaniment of a toy piano."

Hector Elizondo on Playing Father to Diego Luna in 'The Book of Life'

Celebrated actor Hector Elizondo, who was recently honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Hispanic Organization of Latino Actors in New York, takes his roles very seriously, whether it's on the stage, the small or big screen, or on the radio as a member of the distinguished L.A. Theatre Works for National Public Radio.

'Book of Life' Movie Soundtrack Release Date & Trailer Songs: Album Features Voices of Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Diego Luna & Plácido Domingo

"The Book of Life" creators are asking their fans, "Quieres bailar?" (Do you want to dance?) as they are gearing up for the official release date of the highly anticipated animated film's soundtrack on Oct. 13.
Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman

Ron Perlman Tweets Answers About Guillermo del Toro and Jorge Gutierrez Film 'The Book of Life'

Ron Perlman is temporarily leaving the prosthetics and makeup behind and lending his voice to the character, Xibalba, in Guillermo del Toro and Jorge Gutierrez's beautifully animated film, "The Book of Life."
Mexican rapper/hip-hop artist Niña Dioz

Mexican Emcee Niña Dioz Conveys Latina 'Female Power' Into Male-Dominated Genres in Mexico and US

When you're a light-skinned, blue-eyed, androgynous female emcee from Monterrey, Mexico, named Niña Dioz (meaning "God Child"), some might think it would be tough to gain street cred or hold your own in male-dominated genres, like rap and hip-hop. However, Niña Dioz has proven that assumption wrong, bringing Latina 'female power' to the industry and gaining a huge following both in Mexico and the U.S.
voto Latino

Voto Latino's Power Summit Starts April 11th in NYC!

Voto Latino, the non-partisan organization that's charged with helping millennials claim a better future for themselves and their community, and is committed to continual acts of Latino progression, has helped to promote the knowledge that Latino issues are American issues.
Rosario Dawson as Dolores Huerta

Cesar Chavez Biopic Conjures a '¡Sí se puede!' Attitude for Latino Audiences with Humble Simplicity, Not Hollywood Flash

History is hard to truly capture whether it be from word of mouth or literature, but when it comes to cinema, as a director you have a lot to contend with - from creating the perfect backdrop, believable character portrayals and the flow of storytelling. It's a monumental task - and especially when it comes to an American audience, which can be a little more critical and hard to please.
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