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Interview: Eugenio Derbez Discovers ‘Instructions Not Included’

CHICAGO – What does one of the biggest stars in Mexican television do when he needs another world to conquer, and a crossover to the American market? He directs his first feature film. Eugenio Derbez, often called a “One-Man Monty Python” in Mexico, debuts as a director in “Instructions Not Included.”

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 100 Pairs of ‘Instructions Not Included’ Passes with Eugenio Derbez in Person

CHICAGO – In the latest HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film with our unique social giveaway technology, we have a whopping 100 pairs of advance-screening movie passes up for grabs to the new comedy “Instructions Not Included” with star and comedian Eugenio Derbez appearing in person to introduce the film!

TV Review: Cultures Clash in CBS’s Mediocre Comedy ‘Rob!’

CHICAGO – After an absolute train wreck like ABC’s “Work It” and something that comes close to disaster in NBC’s “Are You There, Chelsea,” there’s something nearly-satisfying about a mediocre sitcom like “Rob!”

Wizard of Oz is America in Immigration Film ‘Under the Same Moon’

CHICAGO – The immigrant “crisis” in the United States is discussed mostly in political generalities as if those seeking a better life are subhuman. “Under the Same Moon” focuses on the real faces of these people through a 10-year-old Mexican boy who risks everything in a journey to reunite with his mother in Los Angeles.

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