Over at Remezcla, Christina Noriega writes about the intentional uplifting of Latin art and artists throughout mega cities like Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, etc. Click HERE to learn more. Photo: Art by Alan López for Remezcla Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Meli catches up with the great John C. Reilly to discuss Wreck-it Ralph, Disney’s new animated film, what it’s like to become a Disney title character and the great video game conspiracy 🙂 on ñ Life with Melissa Hernandez from L.A.
Over at Los Ángeles Times, the Associated Press writes about Mexican-American actor Danny Trejo being a hero outside of the screens & helping a baby trapped inside a vehicle in a car accident. To learn more about the event, click HERE. Photo: Chris Pizzello / Associated Press
Sarah Silverman stars as Vanellope von Schweetz in the new Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph – and she chatted with Melissa Hernandez about working Face to Face with John C. Reilly, her Latina cartoon name, and how much she loves her lookalike character – Top Shelf!
Jane Lynch & Jack McBrayer of Disney’s new animated film Wreck-It Ralph chat with Melissa Hernandez about getting into character for Animation, their neat new video game characters , comedic timing, and even brush up a little on their Spanish! 🙂
UNIVERSAL PICTURES IS LAUNCHING THE GLOBAL PREMIERE WEBCAST – —LIVE FROM THE WORLD PREMIERE IN LONDON — Of Fast & Furious 6 this Tuesday May 7th at 12:30pm EST, with Simulcast viewings in LA, NYC and Miami!!! On the Global premiere Webcast for Universal Pictures’ FAST & FURIOUS 6 Catch Cast member & producer Vin […]
Mexican actor, comedian, writer, producer y mas…. Eugenio Derbez made it to the big screen in los Estados Unidos in a big big way! “Instructions Not Included” has continued its successful run in the box office by becoming the top-grossing Spanish-language film of all time in the North American box office. So we decided to […]
Over at Forbes, Veronica Villafañe writes about Somos Una Voz having had massive success raising funds for the disasters in Mexico, the southern U.S, and Puerto Rico. There was a live show hosted in Los Angeles and Miami with artists that we all love. It was able to be pulled off thanks to the ideas […]
Over at NPR, Kevin Garcia writes about his experience in what it has meant for him to not know Spanish and still have a latino identity. Click HERE for full story. Photo: Getty Images Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at HipLatina, Yvette Montoya writes about Julissa Prado, an amazing Latina entrepreneur who started Rizos Curls. It’s a family-owned business aimed at letting women with curls know that they too can take pride in embracing their hair, especially with the natural products Prado herself worked on! Click HERE for more info on this amazing […]