Known as the biggest Peruvian heroine during World War II, a Hollywood studio plans to take the story of Madeleine Truel to the big screen.
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Amid the struggle of the LGBTQ community in Mexico, the premiere of a same-sex love film set during Porfirio's reign is a triumph.
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Hollywood planea llevar a la pantalla grande la historia de Madeleine Truel, catalogada como la mayor heroína peruana en la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Con títulos anteriores como "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" y Dora la Exploradora como el personaje latino más popular, me encogí ante la idea de poner una de las tradiciones mexicanas más queridas y antiguas en las manos de Hollywood.
With past titles like ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua’ and Dora the Explorer as the ultimate Latina kids character, I cringed at the idea of having one of the most beloved and ancient Mexican traditions at the hands of Hollywood.
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Okay: you’re on a train. It’s the last train in the world and the world is covered in ice. An evil overlord rules the train with an iron fist and the leader of your scrappy rebellion just died, so who do you pick to be your new leader – the young Asian woman with clairvoyant abilities, her middle-aged father that knows all the codes to unlock train security systems and kicks bad guy ass, the level-headed black woman that’s trying to find her son, or the unstable white dude that ate people when times got tough?
If your romantic plans have been ruined by winter storm Pax, make some dinner at home and curl up with AL DÍA's Valentine's Day movie recommendations: