Camilla Belle to Star in Tubi’s Rom-Com “10 Truths About Love”

Camilla Belle is on a mission to find the truth…

The 34-year-old Brazilian American actress will star in Tubi’s romantic comedy feature 10 Truths About Love

Camilla Belle

Belle will portray Carina, a relationship columnist for whom, despite her professional expertise, love does not come easy.

The film also stars David Lafontaine as Liam, Belle’s love interest.

“We are delighted to have Camilla Belle star in our Tubi Original Movie for Valentine’s Day,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer at Tubi. “Camilla’s charismatic performance is perfectly paired with the charming screenplay for 10 Truths About Love, and we’re so pleased that this movie will anchor our Valentine’s programming event with thousands of bingeable romantic titles.”

10 Truths About Love also stars Sebastian Marziali (Party Mamas), David Keeley (Warehouse 13), Kelsey Verzotti (Top 10 Dorothy), Paula Rivera (Impulse), Maya Cieszynska (And He Was Gone), Karn Kalra (The Dictator’s Playbook), Robert Ifedi (Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker), Danielle Verayo (The Next Step), Jennifer de Lucia (Jupiter’s Legacy), Kristen Kurnik (Designated Survivor), Neil Crone (New York Minute) and Carly Street (The Handmaid’s Tale).

Brian Roberts serves as director and Ryan Brown and David Perrault serve as cinematographers. Shannon Latimer wrote the script.

10 Truths About Love is scheduled for release in February 2022 and will headline Tubi’s Valentine’s Day programming. Romance is a popular genre on Tubi, which features many romance titles. This month, those titles include How Stella Got Her Groove BackFour Weddings and a FuneralBeyond the Lights, Message in a Bottle, The Preacher’s Wife, John Tucker Must Die, Career Opportunitiesthe Tubi summer original movie A Chance for Christmas and From Prada to Nada, starring Belle.

Belle recently starred in the Hulu series Dollface and starred opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in The Ballad of Jack and Rose, directed by Rebecca Miller. Later that year, she joined the ensemble cast of The Chumscrubber, with Ralph Fiennes, Glenn Close, Allison Janney and Jamie Bell, and starred with Edie Falco in The Quiet, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.

Additionally, she played the lead role in the hit remake of the 1979 thriller When a Stranger Calls, which opened at the top of the box office to $21.6M. She previously co-starred in À Deriva, a feature in her native language of Portuguese, starring Vincent Cassel. Belle also starred in the sci-fi thriller Push, with Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning, as well as 10,000 B.C., directed by Roland Emmerich.

She also starred in the romantic comedy From Prada to Nada and in the dramas Amapola, a bilingual (Spanish/English) Argentinian film; Open Road, another bilingual (Portuguese/English) film, opposite Andy Garcia and Juliette LewisThe American Side, opposite Matthew Broderick; and The Mad Whale, opposite James Franco. She also is a producer and director, and her feature directorial debut can be seen in the anthology thriller Phobias.

Bad Bunny Releases Fiery Video for His Rosalia Collaboration, “La Noche de Anoche”

Bad Bunny’s latest video, featuring Rosalia, is pure fire

The 26-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton superstar, who will be the musical guest on next weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, has released the official music video for his collaboration with the 27-year-old Spanish singer-songwriter, “La Noche de Anoche.”

Bad Bunny x Rosalia

In the romantic Stillz-directed visual, Bad Bunny and Rosalía play lovers who ultimately burst into flames.

“La Noche de Anoche” appears on Bad Bunny’s latest studio album El Último Tour del Mundo, which made history on the Billboard 200 in its debut week.

The video was fittingly released on Valentine’s Day.

Mariah Carey Releases “Mimi’s Late Night Valentine’s Mix” of “We Belong Together”

Mariah Carey is mixin’ up a classic in time for Valentines Day

The 51-year-old half-Venezuelan American songstress arranged a late-night jam session performance of “We Belong Together” for Friday’s episode of Live With Kelly and Ryan.

Mariah Carey

The Grammy-winning songstress kicked off Valentine’s Day weekend with an intimate living-room set of her Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 smash, dubbed “Mimi’s Late Night Valentine’s Mix.” Carey produced, arranged and sang background vocals for the extra swoon-worthy rendition, but because she loves her Lambs so much, she might release the full seven-minute version.

“Happy early Valentine’s Day! Hope you enjoyed ‘We Belong Together’ on @LiveKellyRyan which we did after a late night jam session!” she wrote on Twitter. “We actually recorded a 7 minute version of this song thinking of putting it out for the lambily!”

“We Belong Together” was featured on Carey’s 10th studio album, The Emancipation of Mimi, which soared to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2005. The song earned four Grammy nominations in 2006, including record and song of the year, and eventually won for best R&B song and best female R&B vocal performance. A decade and a half later, Mimi told Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest about what new meaning “We Belong Together” has taken during the pandemic.

“Now dealing with the pandemic and dealing with everything that we’re all dealing with, ‘We Belong Together’ is really even more of a message than it was when we first wrote this song, because we do belong together, meaning all of us,” she explained. “So hopefully a little later, as things are getting in terms of the pandemic, we’ll all be together again.”

Salma Hayek Executive Producing the TV Adaptation of Elizabeth Wetmore’s Novel “Valentine” for HBO

Salma Hayek has found a new Valentine

HBO is developing an adaptation of Elizabeth Wetmore’s novel Valentine, with the 54-year-old Mexican American actress/producer and Jennifer Schuur executive producing the project.

Salma Hayek

HBO reportedly won the rights to the book, which is set in 1976 in a West Texas oilfield town, in a competitive situation after it was published in March and debuted at number two on the New York Times’ Bestsellers list at the start of the global pandemic. It’s being developed as a limited series.

Schuur, who was a writer and producer on Netflix’s Unbelievable and is co-showrunner of HBO’s upcoming version of In Treatment, will write the pilot and will exec produce with Hayek and Jose Tamez, who runs Hayek’s Ventanarosa Productions, and author Wetmore.

It’s Ventanarosa Productions’ latest partnership with WarnerMedia after the company, which produced Frida and Ugly Betty, struck a first-look deal with HBO Max in June.

The book begins on Valentine’s Day, 1976 in the West Texas oilfield town of Odessa. It’s told through a network of women whose lives all change when a 14-year-old Mexican girl is beaten and raped by a white oil-worker. It is Wetmore’s first book.

Jennifer Schuur said, “Crimes against women and certainly against women of color are nothing new, but Elizabeth Wetmore has given us a story that explores this truth in a way that is profoundly intimate while also being an undeniable social and cultural critique. To be able to walk that entire landscape alongside partners in HBO and Salma Hayek who so deeply connect to the material as well is more than I could’ve hoped for when I first fell in love with Valentine.”

Salma Hayek added, “What a thrill to be working with HBO and Jennifer Schuur, whose powerful voicing of the female spirit has captivated me in all her previous work. Valentine is set in the 70’s but it couldn’t be more relevant today, as it centers around finding the courage to stand up for the truth, even when it means facing the outrage of your own kind.”