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4 days ago

We woke up like this. No legit, we did.

8 days ago

So in awe of you and your magic @justinbaldoni congrats beautiful friend. Five Feet Apart in theatres now. ❤️🙌🏽

17 days ago

So excited to share the trailer for #SomeoneGreat with ya’ll! Directed by the very talented @jennkaytin. Drops on Netflix April 19th.

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24 days ago

And we’re back can’t wait to share the closing chapter of Jane’s story with all of you!

1 month ago

As one of three daughters I am constantly inspired by my sisters and their journey. They provided hope when there wasn’t any and a path when I felt lost. So I’ve teamed up with @ford to inspire the next generation. I was lucky enough to be inspired by these two incredible super women @noramayc, cofounder and Managing Partner of MiLA Capital (an early stage venture capital fund in Los Angeles)  and named one of the top 20 Latinos in tech  and @aishabowe, CEO and founder of StemBoard, a minority-owned tech company that solves complex problems for government and private sector clients, we chatted at our first empowered live panel discussion! Join me at our next panel, stay tuned for dates! #BreakingTheGlassCeiling #Ford #Ad

2 months ago

What a night! My heart is so full. We are so proud of this film. 95% Latinx in front of and behind the camera. Thank you Sony for giving us this chance to bring an edge of your seat action film to the screen! It’s the box office where we show studios more films with Latinx in front of and behind the camera is possible and profitable! So they make more in all genres! In theatres this Friday Feb 1st! Let’s goooooo

2 months ago

Follow me over to @enews where I will be taking over for our #MissBala premiere tonight.

2 months ago

We got good news from the CW! Jane will be birthing a SPIN OFF!!!!! Jane The Novelas!!!

2 months ago

Yalitza Aparicio is a 25-year-old aspiring preschool teacher now critically acclaimed Mexican actress of Mixtec and Triqui heritage.  Born in Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, and raised by a single mother who worked as a maid, this trailblazing young woman is best known for her powerful debut performance as Cleo, based on Alfonzo Cuaron’s childhood nanny, in his semi-autobiographical Netflix film, Roma. The film and Aparicio have not only been receiving lots of accolades but also are creating awareness of the Indigenous population, inequality, and the socioeconomic division in Mexico. This morning the film racked 10 Academy Award nominations including Netflix’s first-ever Best Picture nomination AND Aparicio’s historic nomination as the first Indigenous woman to be nominated for lead actress (the second Mexican actress nominated in this category, Salma Hayek being the first in 2002)! Aparicio is continuously breaking down barriers for people of color, in December she became the first woman of Indigenous descent to appear on the cover of Vogue Mexico, which led to the magazine’s largest-ever social media response.  Aparicio talked to NY Times on what she wishes to accomplish with her nomination, “Most specifically for people to take away that anyone can do this, that anyone can actually go after their dreams, that you’re not limited by your race or your class or your ethnicity or your socioeconomic conditions, but that really there is room for everybody.” Aparicio is an amazing role model that the world needs right now. You make us all so proud and inspired, Yalitza. Congrats!

2 months ago

When you’re at the Miss Bala junket and one of the greatest actors sings Carmen Sandiego to CARMEN! What?!?!? #MissBala in theater’s February 1st #CarmenSandiego on Netflix now!

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2 months ago

Take me back to laughing with these incredible humans! #MissBala Feb 1st in theatres! #TBT

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