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Netflix Announces First Spanish Language Original Series

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April 24, 2014 

Netflix announced today that they will be producing an original series in Spanish. The project will be helmed by Mexican director Gaz Alazraki whose film Nosotros Los Nobles (We Are The Nobles) was a huge hit out of Mexico. The show, which hasn’t been named yet, will be a satirical take on the world of….

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Ricky Martin Releases FIFA World Cup Song “Vida”

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April 23, 2014 

Ricky Martin just released the second song on the official album for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The song, called Vida, will be featured alongside Pitbull’s We Are One and will no doubt be played ad nauseam as the World Cup gets closer. The song was penned by American songwriter Elijah King who won the….

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People Magazine Names Lupita Nyong’o World’s Most Beautiful

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April 23, 2014 

Mexican-born actress Lupita Nyong’o was just named 2014′s World’s Most Beautiful by People magazine. I’m excited that the actress has been receiving well-deserved recognition since her portrayal of Patsey in “12 Years a Slave.” However, I can’t help but feel like People magazine missed the opportunity to highlight someone with a less traditional form of….

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Selena Gomez’s Quest To Become An Adult

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April 22, 2014 

Selena Gomez is on the verge of proving she’s a mature adult. The young actress recently fired her parents – I mean managers – and signed with WME (William Morris Endeavor) and Brillstein. This past weekend Gomez deleted Instagram photos she had taken with her (former?) BFFs, Kendall (18) and Kylie Jenner (16). Though no….

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Memorial Held For Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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April 22, 2014 

The great Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez was laid to rest in his adopted country of Mexico in a star studded memorial. Both Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto were on hand to eulogize the greatest Spanish language writer since Cervantes. The ceremony was held in Mexico City’s Bellas Artes….

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Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff Hits App Store And Google Play

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April 22, 2014 

Available for download today, Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff puts you in the shoes of Quahog’s most recognizable family: the Griffins. So far, reviews for the freemium game have been slightly “meh“, saying that where the show succeeds – off-beat, quirky jokes – the game sort of drags along while the cute little characters….

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Robert De Niro Appears On Vine

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April 21, 2014 

Oscar winner Robert De Niro made his debut on Vine this past weekend. The short video features De Niro playing the role of an older man who doesn’t understand technology. Critics are calling it his best performance since Last Vegas. While the only thing really interesting about this Vine is that De Niro is in….

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Justin Bieber Will Not Be Deported

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April 21, 2014 

The White House has decided not to deport smiling floppy-haired weasel Justin Bieber back to Canada. A petition was started on the White House website to send Biebs back to Vancouver, eh. The petition got way over the 100,000 required signatures to get a response from the White House. But the government refuses to comment….

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Pele And Cristiano Ronaldo Star In Emirates Commercial

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April 20, 2014 

Pele, (arguably the greatest soccer player of all time), and Cristiano Ronaldo, (arguably the best soccer player these days), finally meet in an ad for Emirates airlines. The ultra swanky airline shows the two legends meeting at the bar on board one of Emirate’s luxury planes. The commercial plays on the short memory of soccer….

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7.5 Earthquake Shakes Mexico

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April 18, 2014 

Residents of Mexico City and surrounding areas woke up to the violent rumblings of a 7.5 magnitude earthquake. While buildings were damaged during the shakedown, no reports of casualties have been reported as of yet. Mexico is no stranger to big earthquakes. In 1985, an 8.1 swept through the country, leaving nearly 100,000 deaths in….

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