AMC Global, the international AMC-branded television network, will air Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 within 24 hours of the U.S. premiere. AMC Global launched in late 2014 and is available in over 115 countries and territories throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. With the premiere set for spring 2016, it's possible this show could return directly after the back half of The Walking Dead Season 6. The Walking Dead's midseason premiere is set to air Sunday, February 14 at 9 PM ET. Stay tuned for more on Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 as production continues in Mexico. … [Read more...] about Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 Begins Shooting in Mexico
Of course, Joe's single right now ... so no harm, no foul. He and Teresa officially split last month after growing and living apart for several years now. No one's filed for divorce or a legal separation, but it's clear they're both moving on and dating other people now. … [Read more...] about Joe Giudice Parties with a Flock of Hot Babes in Mexico, Teresa Who?
“Maricón” was conceived alongside Venezuelan singer-songwriter Ulises Hadjis several years ago, after their label tapped the pair to write and pitch songs for the legendary pop diva, Daniela Romo. Ultimately, none of the songs made the cut, but the melody of what would eventually become “Maricón” remained on a constant loop in Torreblanca’s ears. Words drafted for Romo were eventually replaced by his own voice, setting his personal truths to music. … [Read more...] about Song You Need to Know: Torreblanca, ‘Maricón’
In his latest film, Vivos, which premieres at the Sundance Film Festival today (Cinetel is handling worldwide sales), Ai's target is the Mexican government and the culture of corruption and violence he sees behind the events of September 26, 2014, when a convoy of 43 students was attacked by police forces and other masked assailants. 6 were killed, the rest “forcibly disappeared.” Mexico has said it was local police cooperating with drug cartels that were responsible but, in Vivos, Ai Weiwei challenges this “historic truth,” questioning the real sources behind the country's crisis of violence. While doing so, he focuses on the families left behind and how, despite their loss and trauma, they are determined to discover the truth. … [Read more...] about Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei on Exploring Mexican Trauma in Sundance Doc ‘Vivos’
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