Elle’s Women In Hollywood Issue Features Reese, Penelope, Shailene And Melissa
Or live in Amsterdam. Or be a nanny. Life experience only helps us as actors. I need new experiences to draw upon.” Also on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Tom Cruise films a scene at the ‘Oblivion’ movie set at the Empire State Building on June 13, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Blake Lively rehearses a scene at the ‘Gossip Girl’ movie set in Midtown Manhattan on July 17, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Kristen Wiig and Ben Stiller rehearse a scene at ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ movie set in Midtown Manhattan on May 30, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Actor Russell Crowe rehearses a scene at the ‘Winter’s Tale’ film set in the Meatpacking District on December 12, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Director Martin Scorsese and actor Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of the film The Wolf of Wall Street on the streets of Manhattan on September 28, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Bobby Bank/WireImage) Dane Dehaan and Daniel Radcliffe are sighted on the set of Kill Your Darlings on March 20, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Arnaldo Magnani/Getty Images) Debra Messing films a scene at the ‘Smash’ movie set in Midtown Manhattan on September 12, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Michael Douglas and actress Mary Steenburgen are seen on the set of the movie ‘Las Vegas on October 22, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic) Imogen Poots films a scene at the ‘Are We Officially Dating?’ movie set in Soho on December 20, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images) Liam Neeson on set of ‘A Walk Among The Tombstones’ on March 13, 2013 in the Brooklyn burough of New York City. (Photo by Ilya S.
“I want to keep giving Latinos the chance to work both in front of and behind the cameras, and to create content through my network,” the 45-year-old movie maker told Efe. “These newcomers should be able show what they can do without depending on Hollywood, where it’s really hard to get started,” he said. The writer of films like “El Mariachi,” “Desperado,” the kiddie saga “Spy Kids” and “Sin City” – whose sequel will debut next summer – premieres this Saturday the sequel of “Machete,” which was such a success that it took its own creator by surprise. While for the original film Rodriguez worked with such headliners as Robert De Niro, Jessica Alba, Steven Seagal and Lindsay Lohan, this time he’s going all out by adding to the cast Lady Gaga, Mel Gibson, Sofia Vergara, Demian Bichir, Charlie Sheen, Antonio Banderas and more. “The idea of a Latino action superhero in a ‘Mexploitation’ film – with a low budget and elements of exploitation film and Mexican culture – was overwhelming. I thought it would go directly to a DVD but it unexpectedly took off,” he said. Danny Trejo, 69, repeats his role as Hollywood’s first Latino superhero, a one-time federal agent recruited by the president of the United States to nab a revolutionary and an arms dealer who have joined forces to plunge the world into chaos. “I didn’t have a lot of time, but the screenplay was such fun I wanted to make it mine before shooting ‘Sin City 2.’ I did it really fast, in 29 days. I wanted to have a good time with the actors,” the filmmaker said, who doesn’t hesitate to combine wild humor and violence whatever the critics might say. Follow us on twitter.com/foxnewslatino
Hollywood’s Latino ‘King’ Rodriguez Having Fun With ‘Machete Kills’
Most (eight of the 13 letters we received) had little sympathy for the complaining Beachwood Canyon and Hollywoodland dwellers. One reader sided with the locals, and another suggested a new home for the Hollywood sign. Here is a selection of those letters. — Paul Thornton, letters editor A typical reaction was Porter Ranch resident Frances Sikorski’s: “Here we go again. “First people complain about living near an airport; now others complain about living near the Hollywood sign. Were the complainers there before the sign? Probably not. “Take down the sign and I bet their property values would drop. I was born in Hollywood and love the landmark.” Victoria Carlson of Burbank sympathizes with the locals: “I walk dogs in the Beachwood Canyon area. Every day I witness gaggles of tourists who double park or park in red zones and then make the mad dash into the middle of Beachwood Canyon to pose for photographs featuring our iconic Hollywood sign in the background. “Seems a lot of these tourists have little regard for their own safety. It’s all about getting that award-winning shot, after all.
Hollywood Nation: Affleck, Damon headed to the small screen?
— — Yeah. So its highest — over a year seven point four million viewers. Just Alice are moving forward and they’re very real romance the couple who met on the set at their television drama once upon a time have announced their engagement. Let’s hope the big screen business Nicole Kidman plans to produce and star in the film adaptation of the best selling — the silent life. And Emma Watson is re teaming with her perks of being no wallflower director for the upcoming drama while we’re young. And for the small screen — Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are reuniting produced the TV sitcom more time with family. CBS landed the comedy winning — — network bidding war. And sir Paul McCartney has been cropping up court. — performances around New York promote his latest album. After sitting at it.