Sofia Vergara, Reese Witherspoon: The new comedy duo

As far as photogenic friendships go, Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon are certainly vying for the No.1 spot in Hollywood. The two actresses attended the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony in Arlington, Texas, last Sunday night. The talented ladies looked like two gorgeous peas in a pod in matching black and metallic shifts.

Though neither is nominated for an award, both took the stage to bestow Miranda Lambert with the 50th Anniversary Milestone Award. Both Vergara and Witherspoon star in the upcoming highly anticipated comedy “Hot Pursuit,” set for wide release in May….

Telemundo, AT&T Team on ‘Soup’ social-media effort

For the first time ever on Spanish-language television, Telemundo incorporates live participation into the primetime viewing experience with a new digital and on-air variety show, AT&T Presents Suelta la Sopa Novelas (AT&T Presenta Suelta la Sopa Novelas). Telemundo has partnered with AT&T on a 13-week sponsored-content project designed to encourage viewers of its 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. telenovelas to chime in on each show’s plot lines and characters during commercial breaks via a dedicated social-media website.
The “digital and on-air variety show” will air in commercial pods during…

Behold! The first Mexican Bond Girl, Stephanie Sigman

The newest addition to the Bond Girls crew includes Mexican actress, Stephanie Sigman.
Looks like the moment we have all been patiently or not so patiently waiting for has arrived. The silver screen will soon be graced with the first Mexican Bond Girl, actress Stephanie Sigman.
She will join the ranks of Kim Basinger, Halle Berry, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and all the other sexy leading ladies who have had the questionable honor of being Bond Girls over the past fifty years.

Sigman is officially the first Mexican to share the screen with James Bond, which makes us wonder: what took so…

Alejandro González Iñárritu win Best Director at the Oscars

Our heart wanted to burst with pride when Alejandro González Iñárritu won for Best Director and his “Birdman” snagged Best Film at the 87th Academy Awards. The 51-year-old filmmaker Iñárritu defeats much-fancied Boyhood director Linklater to become second Mexican in a row to take top directing prize.

Alejandro González Iñárritu and Emmanuel Lubezki are flying high. The Mexican filmmaking duo made history at Sunday night’s Oscars by taking home four awards for best film, best director, best original screenplay and best cinematographer for “Birdman.” Winning best…

Fans want “Miles Morales” as new Spider-Man

As soon as news broke this week, Marvel and Sony made huge waves in the superhero film world when they announced they are teaming up to bring “Spider-Man” and “The Avengers” back together. The news has fans excited about a new Spidey movie and one name immediately sprang to mind for many of those fans: Miles Morales.

Typically, the Spider-Man films have followed the life of Peter Parker, as played by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire before him. However, fans of Marvel comics are calling for the studios to ditch the Parker storyline and adapt a new, more Hispanic version with…

Juanes to sing in Spanish at 2015 Grammys

Colombian sensation Juanes will get to sing, but this time a song of his own, en español, at the upcoming Grammy Awards.

Three-time Latin Grammy winner Juanes will perform the song “Juntos,” which means together, which he co-wrote and was produced by well-known Dominican musician and Grammy winner Juan Luis Guerra. The song was made for the Disney movie “McFarland, USA.”

He said that when he saw “McFarland, USA” in Los Angeles, after Disney Studios contacted him to ask if he could write a song for the movie, he liked it so much that he accepted. “It touched my heart in a very…