Alanna Ubach to Star Opposite Hannah Simone in Yet-Untitled ABC Comedy Pilot

Alanna Ubach is reporting for bestie duty… 

The 43-year-old Puerto Rican and Mexican-American actress has landed a lead role opposite Hannah Simone in ABC’s untitled single-camera comedy pilot starring, co-written and executive produced by the New Girl alumna.

Alanna Ubach

Hailing from ABC Studios, the project was written and executive produced by Simone and former New Girl co-executive producer Matt Fusfeldand Alex Cuthbertson.

The pilot is inspired by Simone’s non-traditional Indian family and revolves around Hannah and her Indian-American immigrant father Sid, and you can browse around this site to find more details about the show. They always have been close, but after she admits to herself she’s in a dead-end job and he reveals his marriage is over, they’re starting over together and each finding a new path. This new chapter will either make them crazy close — or just crazy. 

Ubach will play Susan, the family’s closest friend, filled with confidence and booze and always over-the-top. Susan can be counted on to say exactly the wrong thing at all times. 

Ubach, who voiced the female lead Mama Imelda in Coco, will next be seen as Fox News host Jeanine Pirroin Jay Roach’s upcoming untitled feature about Roger Ailes. She also has a recurring role on HBO’s Euphoria and is a regular on Hulu’s Crossing Swords

She previously starred in the Legally Blonde films, Meet the Fockers and Bad Teacher, as well as the television series Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.

Derbez to Star in Pantelion Films’ “How to Be a Latin Lover”

Eugenio Derbez is looking for a sugar mama…

The 54-year-old Mexican actor, director and producer will star in the comedy How to Be a Latin Lover for Lionsgate’s Pantelion Films label.

Eugenio Derbez

Derbez will star opposite Rob LoweKristen BellRaquel Welch and Rob Riggle in the film, which will be directed by Ken Marino.

The film centers on an aging Latin lover who gets dumped by his sugar mama and is forced to return to live with his estranged sister and her preteen son in their humble home. Sporting a wardrobe consisting mostly of Versace speedos, the man focuses on finding himself another sugar mama to support his expensive tastes.

Other actors who have also joined are Renee Taylor, Rob Huebel, Michaela Watkins and Linda Lavin.

Lowe plays a jaded, legendary gigolo who is a “Yoda-like” source of war stories.

Written by Chris Spain and Jon Zack, the comedy is said to be in the vein of Bad Teacher.

The film is a joint venture between Derbez’s 3Pas Studios, Pantelion Films, Lionsgate and Televisa Cine. The project not only marks Derbez’s first English-language starring role, but is also 3Pas Studio’s first film under its first-look deal with Pantelion.

The project is now before the cameras.

Chavira to Guest Star on ABC’s Drama Series “Castle”

Ricardo Chavira is getting political… At least on the small screen.

The 43-year-old Mexican American actor has landed a key role on ABC’s drama series Castle.

Ricardo Chavira

Chavira, best known for portraying Eva Longoria’s husband on Desperate Housewives, will play Alex Lopez, a popular congressman whose life may in danger.

Chavira will appear in Episode 18, when Detective Ryan — who it was established has been working side jobs — pulls some hours at his brother-in-law Frank’s private security company, which has been charged with protecting Congressman Lopez.

Teasing the Ryan-centric episode, showrunner David Amann told TVLine, “He gets involved in a situation where [he and Frank] are guarding somebody important and an incident occurs, and he is caught in the middle of it.”

Chavira’s post-Desperate Housewives credits include Burn Notice, Welcome to the Family and Bad Teacher.

Castle resumes its season, with Episode 17, on March 16.

Diaz to Serve as Producer on CBS’ Comedy “Bad Teacher”

Cameron Diaz is officially a bad producer… The 41-year-old half-Cuban American actress will serve as a producer of CBS’ midseason comedy Bad Teacher, which is based on her hit 2011 Columbia Pictures film of the same name. Cameron Diaz Diaz reunites with the film’s writers Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg, who serve as executive producers on the series. The single-camera Bad Teacher centers on hot, fearless and unapologetic former trophy wife Meredith Davis (Ari Graynor) who masquerades as a teacher in order to find a new man after her wealthy husband leaves her penniless. The role was played by Diaz in the movie where the character was named Elizabeth Halsey. Diaz will next star in Ridley Scott’s The Counselor and she’s currently filming Columbia Pictures’ Sex Tape. Her upcoming projects include The Other Woman and Annie. Her first foray into television producing was Trippin, a 10-episode environmental adventure series for MTV, which premiered in 2004. Bad Teacher is being produced by Sony Television, CBS Television Studios and Mosaic.

Diaz Starring in “Sex Tape” with Jack Black

Cameron Diaz and Jack Black will be appearing in a sex tape

No, no. Not that kind of sex tape.

Cameron Diaz

The 40-year-old half-Cuban American actress and Black will be co-starring in Sony Pictures’ upcoming comedy Sex Tape.

Diaz and Jason Segel will be the film’s leading stars, with Black making a cameo appearance.

In the Jack Kasdan-directed film, which was written by Kate Angelo, Segel and Diaz will be a couple who take a night off from their kids to spice up their marriage by making a sex tape, which is apparently missing the next day, prompting a frantic search.  I was so turned on that I came right there as he patted my bum. I shuddered as my orgasm overtook me. I lay there panting afterward, and no one could see that my panties were completely dripping with pussy spanking stories. I was desperate to grab my teacher’s cock and shove it deep into my wet hole. Everyone has a sexual trigger. But just as everyone has something that turns them on, they also have triggers that turn them off. That fine line between turn-on and turn-off is where taboo subjects reside. What do you consider taboo? What turns you on and makes you uncomfortable at the same time? The answer to that question will be different for every person. Once you decide what you consider taboo, think about it in terms of talking dirty. You already know that talking dirty to your partner is a turn-on… but what about broaching those taboo subjects, and talking about those sexual things you would never really do? The fantasy might be a bit too far-fetched for you to consider making a reality, but there’s nothing stopping you from going all the way with your naughty talk about the subject! A friend of mine gets turned on by the thought of her boyfriend with other women. She has a fantasy of watching him, tied up and helpless, while one woman after another enters the room and proceeds to do all kinds of wicked things to him. In her fantasy, she’s sitting in a chair beside the bed, watching. She would never do it in real life, however. She and her boyfriend are completely faithful. So where does the fantasy come from, and why does it turn her on so much? That’s where the word “taboo” comes in. Her fantasy rides that line between a real-life turn-off and the fantasy turn-on. She fulfills that fantasy often, however, by whispering her thoughts into her lover’s ear as they are in bed together. Her naughty talk about seeing him with other women gets him aroused, too… and it’s a safe way to explore the fantasy without the risk of anyone getting hurt. What fantasies do you have that need to be fulfilled? Share them with your partner. Make it clear you don’t want to do these things in real life, but also make it clear that the thought of them turns you on. Then act out the fantasy scenario with lots of dirty talk! The words paint the images in your head, and your body will respond. It’s the perfect way to taste the tempting taboos – but without actually getting in over your head. That’s another great thing about dirty talk – it’s a license to try out any fantasy you want, and reap the benefits without suffering the consequences!

Last night I was reading the whole magazine and this topic interest me a lot, I already know the answer why premarital sex must be avoided but this helps me to always heed reminders. It is alarming that most teens right now are doing teen sex, even students in different colleges and universities think that sex before marriage is normal, and those who didn’t do it are not enjoying life at all. But they are wrong. Consider reading this brief article and you will find out why.

You are might be curious on doing sex with your girlfriend, but remember that things can dramatically change for you and your love, it is not for better but for worst. You might see people who do it as a happy person like in movies and seems like it is true love, remember that it is far different from reality. Why not wait for the right time where you can fully enjoy sex without worries and regrets? You might still be tempted and think that nothing will happen to you, and don’t seem any hurting. But i just want to share this reality to all of you.

If you are a man, if you truly love the lady, you shouldn’t ask her for a sex. If you are lady and you love your man, you shouldn’t temp him to have sex with you. Maybe a man will say that “if you truly love me and you are willing to spend my life with me, have sex with me”, remember that this words are simply selfish and after doing sex you will be wake up with realization. Kindly examine the four rude awakening: The first one is “Distress”, almost all who engaged in sex before marriage are experiencing regrets. The second one is “Distrust”, trust will be lost and each partner will wonder who else has his or her partner had sex with? or Asking if she or he is still really a virgin. Next is “Disloyalty”, after having sex, a man or woman would almost want to change partner and try another sex, this will gives disloyalty to the relationship. And lastly “Disillusionment”, a girl, would have preferred someone who would protect her and not to use her. After having sex, your moral standard will almost ruin. So pollute your mind that sex before marriage is not fun as you seen in movies like a real love story, but sex is a disaster that you are inviting.

Black will take on the role of the CEO of a major porn company.

Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch will produce the comedy, which also stars Rob Corddry as a friend of the couple.

Production is scheduled to start in the fall, before Diaz films Annie in which she stars as Miss Hannigan.

The film stages a reunion between Kasdan and his Bad Teacher stars, Diaz and Segel.

Sex Tape is set to open in June 2014.

Columbia Pictures Developing “Bad Teacher 2,” with Diaz Attached to Star

It looks like Cameron Diaz may be getting bad all over again…

Columbia Pictures is currently developing Bad Teacher 2, with the 40-year-old half-Cuban American actress attached to star in the film.

Cameron Diaz

No official deal has yet been set with Diaz, who took little upfront money the first time around and made a fortune when the bawdy film became a surprise hit.

Bad Teacher 2 is set to be directed by Jake Kasdan and written by Justin Malen.

Sony Pictures production president Hanna Minghella said the studio “loves Justin’s take on the material – it hits all the notes that made the first film such a breakthrough hit and also takes the characters in a new direction that is fresh and fun.”

The original earned $216 million worldwide and hatched a half-hour series for CBS that will star Ari Graynor. The Sony Pictures Television and CBS Television Studios co-production received a 13-episode midseason order.

Diaz earned a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Comedy for her performance in Bad Teacher. She portrayed an amoral, gold digging Chicago-area middle school teacher at the fictional John Adams Middle School who curses at her students, drinks heavily, smokes marijuana, and only shows movies while she sleeps through class.

Diaz Attached to Star in “The Other Women”

Cameron Diaz has her sights set on revenge…

The half-Cuban American actress, Hollywood’s highest-paid Latina actress, is attached to star in Fox’s female revenge comedy The Other Woman, according to TheWrap

Cameron Diaz

Written by Melissa Stack, the film tells the story of a woman who finds out she is the other woman in a love triangle. She meets up with the wife in order to conspire and get revenge against the husband.

Kristen Wiig is also under consideration for a role in the film, according to a Diaz representative.

The high-concept story is similar to The First Wives Club, but with a younger skew.

Diaz’s recent credits include What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Shrek Forever After and Bad Teacher. Her upcoming films include Agent Century 21 and Gambit.

Diaz: Hollywood’s Highest-Paid Latina Actresses

She may have co-starred with Jennifer Lopez in What to Expect When You’re Expecting… But Cameron Diaz is in a league of her own when it comes to commanding a big paycheck in Hollywood.

The 39-year-old half Cuban American actress ranks No. 2 on Forbes list of the Highest Paid Actresses in Hollywood. And she’s the only Latina to make the Top 10.

Cameron Diaz

Diaz earned major bank for appearing in Bad Teacher, What to Expect When You’re Expecting and The Green Hornet.

Bad Teacher was a surprise hit, earning a healthy $216 million at the global box office. While it would be considered a decent haul under any circumstance, it proved to be an especially good result for Bad Teacher, which cost only $20 million to make. Diaz had a deal to take home a nice chunk of the film’s profits, which were substantial.

Add that to her earnings for What to Expect When You’re Expecting and The Green Hornet, and Forbes estimates Diaz took home $34 million between May 2011 and May 2012.

Diaz, who could soon be penning a health and wellness book for young girls, narrowly missed taking the top spot from Kristen Stewart. The Twilight Saga and Snow White and the Huntsman starlet tops the Hollywood heap with her $34.5 million.

To see the complete list, visit the Forbes website.

Diaz Set to Star in “The Counselor”

Cameron Diaz could be the latest Hollywood superstar to seek The Counselor

The 39-year-old half-Cuban American actress is reportedly in final negotiations to star in director Ridley Scott’s The Counselor.

Cameron Diaz

Should Diaz sign on the dotted line, she will join an all-star cast that includes Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz.

Based on the original script by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy, the film centers on a respected lawyer (Fassbender) who thinks he can dip a toe into the drug business without getting sucked down, which proves to be a life-threatening decision.

In what’s considered a strong supporting role, Diaz would play Malkina.

Diaz—who shined bright at Monday night’s Met Ball—most recently starred in Bad Teacher, and will appear in the upcoming ensemble comedy What To Expect When You’re Expecting.

Louis C.K. Receives Five Comedy Award Noms

It appears Louis C.K. is the new King of Comedy…

The 44-year-old part-Mexican American actor/comedian has received five nominations at the 2012 Comedy Awards, tying Modern Family, 30 Rock, Bridesmaids and Crazy, Stupid, Love for the most nods.

Louis CK

Louis C.K.’s five nominations include three for his hit FX series Louie, one for his straight-to-internet comedy special Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater and one for best stand-up tour.

In all, Louie received four nominations, including best directing.

Here’s a look at Louis C.K.’s individual nods and the people he’s up against:

Performance by an Actor – TV
Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”
Ty Burrell, “Modern Family”
Louis C.K., “Louie”
Steve Carell, “The Office”
Larry David, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”

Comedy Special of the Year
“Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater”
“Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Standup”
“Patton Oswalt Finest Hour”
“Colin Quinn Long Story Short”
“Daniel Tosh: Happy Thoughts”

Stand-Up Tour
Dave Attell
Lewis Black
Louis C.K.
Kevin Hart
Jerry Seinfeld

But Louis C.K. isn’t the only Hispanic star in the running for a Comedy Award.

Part-Cuban American actress Cameron Diaz has received a nod in the Performance by an Actress – Film category for her work in Bad Teacher.

Meanwhile, Colombian bombshell Sofia Vergara has received a Performance by an Actress – TV nomination for work on ABC’s Modern Family.

This year’s second annual Comedy Awards will take place on April 28 at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom and air on Comedy Central on May 6.