Producer Brett Ratner and Legendary Producer Peter Bogdanovich were in Miami for the Florida premiere of generation ñ founder Bill Teck’s One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film produced by RatPac & Via Verita. The premiere was held at the Miracle Theater at the Actor’s Playhouse in Coral Gables, and was […]
Over at Remezcla.com, Remezcla Estaff has the story on 11 Mexican directors worth knowing about. These are some among the many geniuses that were a part of the Guanajuato International Film Festival. Click HERE to view the full story. (Photo from giff.mx) Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at Los Angeles Times, SONAIYA KELLEY writes about del Toro being a champion at the Oscars Sunday night! Check out HERE for more. Photo: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at Remezcla, Manuel Betancourt writes about Shonda Rhimes launching a new series called “Pico & Sepulveda” meant to narrate the life in 1840’s Los Angeles, when it was still a part of Mexico. Click HERE for more info. Photo: Old map of continental North American. iStock / Getty Images Plus Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at the Los Angeles Times, PATRICK J. MCDONNELL AND CECILIA SANCHEZ write about the screening of the hit film “Roma” being shown in the Director’s city: Mexico City. Click HERE for all the audience reactions and further comments! Photo: “Roma” Film
Gore Verbinski, director of The Lone Ranger tells Generation ñ’s Melissa Hernandez at the New Mexico locations for the movie, about his vision for his new film, The Lone Ranger. Meli asks about added pressure after the success of Pirates of the Caribbean and Johnny being a shoe-in for the part of Tonto. Category
Generation ñ’s Melissa Hernandez talks candidly with Mexican director Guillermo del Toro about the new Warner Brothers movie, Pacific Rim. Mel also talks to him about her favorite Mexican foods, his favorite films (that’s he’s directed) and you’ll never believe what Guillermo del Toro tells her…. A must-watch only here on Generation ñ.
“Uruguayan director Fede Alvarez, 38, is back with another horror flick—this time, a thriller about a group of thieves who break into the house of a creepy, blind man. Don’t Breathe will be the director and writer’s second feature film, in which he focused on blending thrill and horror, because it’s “the only way to […]