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Gael Garcia Bernal TIFF Premiere For 'Chicuarotes'
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Gael Garcia Bernal 2019 Toronto International Film Festival - 'Wasp Network' Premiere
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'Coco' Won Best Animated Feature AND Best Original Song At The Oscars And Fans Are Totally Thrilled

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Spanish-Speaking Pixar Fans Praise 'Coco' for Increased Representation

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The film depicts the Mexican celebration of El Dia de los Muertos.Read Full Story

What's New in Theaters This Weekend: February 15, 2013

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(Pacific Coast News | Fame FlyNet | Getty Images)This holiday weekend offers romance for the young (Safe Haven) and younger (Beautiful Creatures), but our box office expert Jeff Bock expects those films to split the dating crowd, allowing A Good Day to Die Hard to wreak havoc on the box office this weekend. "With female audiences split between...Beautiful Creatures and...Safe Haven, it looks like Bruce Willis will deliver the box office a valentine sealed with a kiss and a whole lotta bang...Read Full Story

Gael Garcia Bernal Expecting Second Child

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Congrats to Gael Garcia Bernal! The actor, who already has a 20-month-old son, Lazaro, with his girlfriend Dolores Fonzi, was delighted to announce he's expecting another tot.  He tweeted: "Yes! We're making The announcement official: we've got a baby on the way. Tremendous and complete happiness that we share with all of you. Hugs and celebration." Gael has been dating Dolores since December 2007. The 31-year-old actor, who previously dated actress Natalie Portman, shot to fame after...Read Full Story

Gael Garcia Bernal: Legalizing Drugs Would Reduce Crime in Mexico

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The Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal says the drug trade causes the majority of problems in his home country, and he believes crime would fall if they were decriminalized. The Motorcycle Diaries star said: "Drugs are illegal -- therefore, there's a fight. I hope drugs become legalized in Mexico. If drugs were legal, there would be nothing to fight about."Gael is not the only actor to call for drugs to be legalized. Earlier this year, Rhys Ifans admitted he considers marijuana a "beneficial...Read Full Story