— For Spanish pop superstar Enrique Iglesias, the time had arrived to produce his first bilingual album. In a joint phone call interview with the El Paso Times, the 36-year-old said he loved recording his Euphoria album. “I always wanted to make this type of album, where I was able to combine English and Spanish,” he said. “It actually gave it a spin on what I usually do.”
— Mexican American PBS journalist Maria Hinojosa has an upcoming documentary film titled Lost in Detention. The film centers on the detention and deportation and enforcement aspects of the U.S.’s immigration system. Hinojosa spoke to Presente.org about the film – check out a preview here.
— It’s a boy! AOL Latino reports that Cuban American actor Jencarlos Canela and his girlfriend, Venezuelan actress Gaby Espino, are expecting a boy. The couple announced via Twitcam that they were together and expecting. This will be Espino’s second child. “Send names for our baby to @jencarlosmusic !!” Espino tweeted. “Help us pick a beautiful name :)."
— Pedro Almodóvar’s fans are widespread. According to Hola, international superstar Madonna stopped by a party held by the Spanish director to promote his latest film, La Piel Que Habito (or The Skin That I Inhabit). The two were spotted chatting it up at the party, which was held in New York. Spanish actor Antonio Banderas was also reportedly in attendance.