Ernesto Sánchez is the Editor In Chief for Latin Times. Ernesto oversees the editorial operation and content strategy of the website and its extensions, making sure it appeals to the diverse interests of the growing Latino audience. Ernesto joined IBT Media in April of 2013, after being Digital Managing Editor for People En Español at Time Inc., and working for Univision.com where he held diverse roles. He began his career as an entertainment journalist for the newspaper Reforma in his native Mexico.
The Golden Globes 2014 are upon us and two Latin Times movie aficionados, Ernesto Sánchez and Anthony Smith pick the winners. The selections are based not on their favorites, but rather on who they think will walk home with the award on their hands.
The Mexican songstress gave a first rate performance with two shows during the weekend in Mexico City. The highlight was the astonishing maturity of her voice, with nothing more than the companion of a piano.
Latinos love scary movies and they are responsible largely to their box office success in America. However, finding a genuinely good scar movie made in Latin America is quite a feat. Here we found the 13 best horror movies made below the border. Would you dare to watch them?
The final season of HBO Latino's "Capadocia" finally comes to the USA, and Latin Times sat down with the talented actress to talk about her controversial character, and what these last episodes have in store for us.
Latin Times sat down with Bruce Willis to talk about the anticipated sequel "Red 2," one of the most expected movies of the Summer. The actor has a simple view on life: "Go out and make out with everyone."
Dame Helen Mirren sat down with Latin Times and talked about her hilarious role in the action-packed sequel, her preparation for a comedy role, and a deep reflection on being a celebrity and shopping at Costco!