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CHICAGO – This week, we’re introducing HollywoodChicago.com ESP. What exactly is HollywoodChicago.com ESP? Well, in an attempt to keep up with our ever-growing and evolving readership, we will now be providing film reviews in Spanish. HollywoodChicago.com has always prided itself on being inclusive and progressive, and we know that many of our readers learned English as a second language. We have heard your suggestions and here is our response.

You might think HollywoodChicago.com ESP stands for HollywoodChicago.com Español, and you would be mostly right. The content will be in Spanish, but ESP stands for Esta Semana en Peliculas, which translates to “this week in film”. At the end of every week, we will release an ESP post that will contain reviews of all the movies we saw that week. This won’t replace our usual English-language reviews, but will be made in addition to them. Now you get twice the content on the same site you love!

Keep an eye out for our content at the end of the week. To view only the Spanish content available on HollywoodChicago.com, click on the En Español link at the top of the site. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date news and posts.



Esta semana, estamos presentando HollywoodChicago.com ESP. ¿Qué exactamente es HollywoodChicago.com ESP? Bueno, en un intento de mantenerse al día con nuestros lectores, quien estan cada vez creciendo y en constante evolución, ahora vamos a ofrecer criticas de pelicula en español. HollywoodChicago.com siempre se ha enorgullecido de ser inclusivo y progresista, y sabemos que muchos de nuestros lectores aprendieron inglés como segunda lengua. Hemos escuchado sus sugerencias y aquí está nuestra respuesta.

Usted podría pensar HollywoodChicago.com ESP significa Hollywood Chicago Español, y que sería en su mayoría correcta. El contenido será en español, pero ESP significa Esta Semana en Peliculas. Al final de cada semana, lanzaremos un post ESP que contendrá criticas de todas las películas que vimos esa semana. Esto no reemplazará a nuestros criticas en inglés, pero se hará además de ellos. ¡Ahora obtienes el doble de contenido en el mismo sitio que te gusta!

Como he dicho, mantengan un ojo para nuestro contenido al final de la semana. Para ver sólo el contenido en español disponible en HollywoodChicago, haga clic en la tabulación En Español en la parte superior de la página. No te olvides de suscribirte a nuestro facebook y twitter para noticias y publicaciones actualizadas.

Jon Espino, film and video game critic, HollywoodChicago.com

By JON ESPINO
Film & Video Game Critic
HollywoodChicago.com
jon@hollywoodchicago.com

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