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Jeff Daniels

Jeff Daniels, the lead actor in the TV series Newsroom, says that is better to read Don Quixote than to watch The Kardashians on TV.Jeff Daniels: a man passionate for the Spanish culture

He is one of the best actors working in Hollywood, a man of integrity and passionate for the Spanish culture. His new character in Newsroom is inspired by Don Quixote, as his creator Aaron Sorkin reveled in the past. Trying to play the spirit of Cervantes character, Daniels teaches a real acting lesson in Newsroom as anchor Will McAvoy.

Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling: “I’ve had fantasies of moving to Spain”

Ryan Gosling is one of the most attractive actors in Hollywood, probably the world’s hottest actor and with him we had the opportunity to talk in Los Angeles. In person he is normal, not a diva, maybe because he has been in the spotlight since he was a kid. And make no mistake — that’s what he is; he started out like Britney, Christina and Justin, on The Mickey Mouse Club, age 12. But today, a grown-up 32-year-old, there have been no sex tapes, no drug busts, no whiffs of scandal. Instead, he’s sharply dressed and well-groomed. He’s fit, and good at what he does for living. He’s weirdly normal, aside from being the coolest man on the planet. The ideal man does exist. It’s Ryan Gosling and he is planing to move to Spain...

 

Robert Downey Jr.

Robert Downey Jr.: “Don Quixote” is brilliant, inspirational

He was destined to play Don Quixote in the big screen but the delay of the project turn away the possibility. Today Robert Downey Jr. is a big star thanks to the Iron Man franchise that has become a box office and a critical success. Nobody thought fifteen years ago that Robert Downey Jr. would be the face of that franchise, plus anAvenger. Problems aside he's made quite a comeback thanks to titles like Sherlock HolmesIron Man and Avengers. As a modern Don Quixote he knows how to fight against all odds.

 

Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm talks about his passion for reading... and for the Spanish National Soccer team.

Jon Hamm is one of the most interesting actors in Hollywood and kindly he talked to us about his passion for reading, his admiration for the Spanish national soccer team and, of course, the new season of Mad Men.Thanks to the seductive fictional character Don Draper, the actor Jon Hamm has become a fixture in the new era of television. In Los Angeles we had the luck to interview him.

Aaron Sorkin

Aaron Sorkin confesses his admiration for Don Quixote

Aaron Sorkin is the biggest fan of the Man of la Mancha. The creator of the TV series The Newsroom, the first cable series from Aaron Sorkin, the Oscar- and Emmy-winning creator of The West Wing and writer of The Social Networkexplains in this interview why most of his lead characters are based in the figure of Don Quixote.His new show is not just a return to television but a series about television in particular, television news and its squandered powers As we watch, the anchorman at its center, Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels), has a kind of political awakening, shedding his status as “the Jay Leno of news anchors” and reinventing himself as an iconoclastic,

 

Halle Berry

Halle Berry: 'It is very important to educate the children in two different languages'

The single most important film of this decade and a cinematic masterpiece that few will truly appreciate in its theatrical run is "Cloud Atlas."The movie tells six different stories; however, it really is just one single tale of the human condition and how the soul can change or stay the same across physical boundaries and time. The lead actress is the oscar winner Halle Berry, who sat with us in Los Angeles to talk about her character in the movie and her role as mother in real life. Educating her child Nahla, 4, as bilingual Berry explains the importance of the Spanish Language in her daily life in California.