“It was just such an impractical and crazy idea,” Linklater, 54, told me after “Boyhood” premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March. “It sort of defies typical, organizational thinking.”
By Kiko Martinez on August 8, 2014
“If you Google the word “fluffy,” I’m the first thing that pops up. It’s me, dogs and rabbits.” -Gabriel Iglesias
By Kiko Martinez on June 27, 2014
In the new Starz Network crime drama ‘Power,’ Mexican-American actress Lela Loren stars as Angela Valdes, an ambitious lawyer and the love interest of the series’ lead character James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), who is caught between his life as a legitimate New York City nightclub owner and a drug kingpin. Loren, who started […]
Artist Manuel Albarran enhances Angelina Jolie’s look in ‘Maleficent’
By Kiko Martinez on May 15, 2014
John Leguizamo is no stranger to the pages of Gozamos or to the adventurous side of the culinary world. Read why he’s one of our faves in Kiko’s latest interview…
By Kiko Martinez on May 2, 2014
During an interview at SXSW, Directors Angus Macqueen and Guillermo Galdos, along with well-known Mexican journalist Anabel Hernández, talked about how they felt when they heard about Guzmán’s arrest on February 22 and explained why they don’t believe the official story of his capture.
By Kiko Martinez on April 29, 2014
“Why should men have all the fun?”
By Kiko Martinez on April 21, 2014
For actor Clifton Collins Jr. (‘Capote,’ ‘Pacific Rim’), technology comes with a price.
By Kiko Martinez on April 16, 2014
One of the stars of the latest ‘Paranormal Activity’ movies sits with Gozamos to talk about being in scary movies while Catholic
By Kiko Martinez on March 31, 2014
Celebrating its 30th year promoting Latino films, the Chicago Latino Film Festival has proven time and time again that there is plenty of diversity in Latino filmmaking across the globe. During this year’s festival, which will take place April 3-17 at the AMC River East 21 Theatre (322 E. Illinois Street), 78 feature-length films and […]
The cast of the film (in theaters today) talks about the Chávez family’s influence on film, the title character’s convictions, and real life, global impact. “It’s our responsibility to care for all our brothers and sisters.” -America Ferrera
Despite its best intentions, the biopic is unfortunately mostly unexceptional.