Antonio Banderas is set to star in a new series called Cuban Quartet, and his role in the show is unlike any other he’s previously had.
We’ve all been there, you’re running late for work and you smudge your freshly painted manicure or you have a big date and you run into a self-tanner mishap. Thankfully there’s a fast fix for most of your beauty snafus.
Yet another classic television series has jumped on the Latino bandwagon!
The 1970s sitcom One Day at a Time is set to get a Latino revival by creator Norman Lear.
Selena Gomez is playing the villain this time.
The 22-year-old singer played Arsyn in Taylor Swift's star-studded music video.
Though all Latinas are royalty by our own standards, some are lucky enough to be given official royal treatment.
Up ahead, we're looking at five Latinas who married royalty and were thus given the title and privilege to live the life of a queen.
Check out 5 Latinas who married regal men.
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán is getting the Funny or Die treatment.
A cappella group by the name "Rockappella" created a musical homage to the notorious drug lord.
The lyrics talk about his most recent escape from one of the most secure prisons in Mexico.
Mariah Carey has something up her sleeve with her music.
The diva posted a photo posing with French Montana and Justin Bieber in the studio.
"#comingsoon," Carey captioned the photo.
Sen. Marco Rubio warned of the dangers posed by a nuclear Iran in a donor event on Sunday.
On Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush gave his first Spanish-language television network interview, where he promised to make immigration a top priority if elected president.
The cast of Fantastic 4 can now be added to the list of stars who have had to sit through the most awkward, cringeworthy interviews ever.
The film’s stars, including Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell, sat down with Atlanta Rock 100.5 for an interview to promote the movie.