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Latina Sharlene Taulé Talks Playing A Bad Girl On 'Star' and Her Music Collaboration with Don Omar

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Newcomer Sharlene Taulé is causing trouble on STAR as a bad girl Wednesday nights on FOX. The Dominican actress and singer talked to CineMovie’s Fernando Duran at the FOX lot in Los Angeles about the role which combines her two talents - acting and music.

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Samuel L. Jackson Vs Kong Stare Off: How He Did It For Kong: Skull Island'

Kong Skull Island Samuel L Jackson interview

Kong's got nothing on Samuel L. Jackson. Samuel L. Jackson may be scarier than Kong himself in KONG: SKULL ISLAND. The KONG: SKULL ISLAND star and King Kong face off in the most intense way in a few scenes. If Jackson's looks could kill, Kong would toast. Jackson reveals to CineMovie how he shot those scenes given the monster is CGI, and why he worries how the audience perceives his performance. Listen to interview below.

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'Before I Fall' Director and Stars Talk About Redefining The Mean Girl Stereotype

Before I Fall Zoe Deutch Halston Sage

At first glance, BEFORE I FALL seems to be another movie about teen life in high school a la MEAN GIRLS, but as the film progresses it has more in common with GROUNDHOG DAY and IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE. BEFORE I FALL stars Zoey Deutch, Halston Sage and director Ry Russo-Young discuss their approach to their characters.

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Interview: Jimmy Smits Is Ready For Action in '24: Legacy' And Giving Back To Latinos

Jimmy Smits 24 Legacy interview

Jimmy Smits plays a presidential candidate in 24: LEGACY, but don't expect this suit to stay out of the action. Smits talks to our Fernando Duran at the FOX studios about his new role, and how he gives back to the Latino community through education.

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Karla Souza Is Rooting For 'How To Get Away With Murder' Star Viola Davis At Oscars

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Viola Davis' HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER co-star Karla Souza is rooting for Davis at the Academy Awards Sunday where she's nominated for Best Actress for FENCES. CineMovie was with Karla Souza on the day the actress received the news that her ABC show was renewed for another season. While promoting her new movie EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY (out now), she talked about the death of Wes, her excitment for Season 4 and why Davis gives the best acceptance speeches. 

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Mexican Director Robert Sneider On Why Gael Garcia Bernal’s Role in 'You’re Killing Me Susana' Reflects The Modern Urban Mexican Male

Youre Killing Me Susana Gael Garcia Bernal

Mexican director Roberto Sneider knew at the age of 18 that he would adapt José Agustín’s novel “Cuidades Desiertas” one day, but 30 years would pass before he was able to bring the novel to life on the big screen as YOU’RE KILLING ME SUSANA  (Me Estás Matando Susana) starring Gael Garcia Bernal.

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Karla Souza Talks 'Everybody Loves Somebody' And Her Sane Love Life

Karla Souza Everybody Loves Somebody CineMovie interview

HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER's Karla Souza takes the lead in EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY, a romantic comedy that defies the genre.  Souza, director Catalina Aguilar Mastretta and her costars Patricia Bernal, Ben O'Toole and Tiara Scanda sat down with CineMovie to discuss why the film breaks with Hollywood tradition in making the woman the commitment phobe, and showing a Latino family in a positive and non-stereotypical fashion.

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