By Mariela Rosario | 03/11/2010 - 10:30
Our favorite cheeseball, Mario Lopez, just announced that he is expecting his first child with his girlfriend of over a year, 28-year-old Courtney Mazza. The duo met when Lopez starred for a brief stint in the Broadway show, A Chorus Line.
By Latina Staff | 03/03/2010 - 11:15
The Oscars are just around the corner and that can only mean one thing: It's time for Latina.com's Third Annual Lazzies awards! We've rounded up the absolute worst performances of 2009 for your comedic delight. From Cameron Diaz to Jennifer Lopez, no one is safe from the wrath of the Lazzies. Click through to check out the "winners," and be sure to let us know if we forgot any other notable Latinos who stunk up the silver screen or ruined your otherwise enjoyable TV watching experience.
By Lee Hernandez | 10/08/2009 - 11:31
Latinos are no longer limited to playing “the help” on TV. To ensure our continued growth, here are five shows we’re pitching to the networks featuring our favorite Latin stars.
Starring Alexis Bledel, Camilla Belle
By Lee Hernandez | 10/05/2009 - 12:35
HBO drama True Blood is looking to fill a major new role, EW.com reports. They are currently casting the season three role of Talbot, “trophy husband” to Russell Edgington, the gay vampire King of Mississippi (to be played by Denis O’Hare).
By Mariela Rosario | 09/17/2009 - 14:06
There is really no reason to write this outside of sharing this insane photo of Mario Lopez with all of our beautiful and loyal readers. So, here you go—enjoy!
Mario's all dressed up in leather and lace for a guest spot on the hit FX show Nip/Tuck this season. He's reprising his role as Dr. Mike Hamoui on the show, who hasn't made an appearance since season four which aired back in 2006. Apparently, his story line involves him getting all freaky with Dr. Kimber Henry (Kelly Carlson).
By Lee Hernandez | 08/20/2009 - 09:45
I was only six-years-old when Sam Bobrick’s Saved by the Bell made its television debut on August 20th, 1989—exactly 20 years ago today. But a few years after the show premiered, I caught it in syndication and instantly fell in love. It was clever, it taught me valuable life lessons and had tons of heart. Best of all, it was spit-your-juice-out-your-nose funny! To this day, it remains one of my all-time favorite shows, and I believe it showcased some of the best work from Mexican heartthrob Mario Lopez (now the host of Extra).