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Jonás Cuarón to Direct Bad Bunny in Sony’s ‘El Muerto’ Action Pic

Jonás Cuarón is set to direct Sony Pictures’ El Muerto, which will star Grammy-winning artist Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio. Cuarón, the son of filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón, made his directorial debut with the immigration thriller Desierto. Gareth Dunnet Alcocer (Blue Beetle) is writing the script for El Muerto, about a wrestler […]

Demián Bichir Boards Jonás Cuarón’s ‘Chupa’ Drama

Oscar nominee Demián Bichir (A Better Life, The Bridge) has joined Chupa, Jonás Cuarón’s upcoming mythical creature film for Netflix. The ensemble cast also added newcomers Dominic Mariche, Adriel Manzano and Isabella Patron for lead roles. Chupa will portray a teenage boy (Mariche) who, while visiting his family in Mexico, discovers and befriends a young […]

‘The 4th Company’ Tops Mexico’s Ariel Awards

Documentarian Tatiana Huezo won best director for 'Tempestad.'

Oscars: Mexico Selects ‘Desierto’ for Foreign-Language Category

The film stars Gael Garcia Bernal as a Mexican migrant worker who's being hunted down by a U.S. vigilante in the desert.

Los Angeles Film Festival: Nate Parker Q&A and 11 More Can’t-Miss Highlights

The event, running June 1-9, is moving from downtown L.A. to Culver City for its 2016 edition.

Lantica Media Taps Former Univision Head as Chairman

Joaquin Blaya will serve as executive chairman of the board for the company, which currently owns the Pinewood Dominican Republic Studios.

Border-Crossing Thriller ‘Desierto’ Uses Trump Remark as Voiceover in Trailer

Gael Garcia Bernal stars in the pic as a Mexican migrant worker who is being hunted down by a U.S. vigilante played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

‘Desierto’ Director Jonas Cuaron Says Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric is “Dangerous”

"Migrants always become a very easy scapegoat," says the 'Desierto' director of the anti-immigrant rhetoric of politicians like Donald Trump.

TIFF: Could Immigration Drama ‘Desierto’ Be a Contender?

THR's awards analyst believes Jeffrey Dean Morgan could land a best supporting actor Oscar nom for his portrayal of a violent xenophobe in Jonas Cuaron's heart-pounding thriller.

TIFF: ‘Desierto’ Star Gael Garcia Bernal Calls Donald Trump’s Border Wall “The Most Stupid Investment Ever”

Alfonso Cuaron says of the world's reaction to the photo of Aylan, the 3-year-old who drowned while escaping Syria, "It's as if for the first time, they realized those 'hoards' have arms and legs and little hands."

Diego Luna Launches Production Studio

The branded entertainment studio has recruited top Latin American talent, including 'Gravity' co-writer Jonas Cuaron and rising star Alonso Ruizpalacios.

Alfonso Cuaron, Guillermo Del Toro, Alejandro G. Inarritu Demand Justice for Mexican Students

MoMA's annual film benefit became a political platform: "We believe that these crimes are systemic and indicate a much greater evil: the blurred lines between organized crime and the high-ranking officials in the Mexican government"