Despite the Latin Grammys' expanded inclusion of reggaeton and hip-hop, veterans Alejandro Sanz, Residente and Natalia Lafourcade sweep major wins.
Through both NBC's "This Is Us" and HBO's "Between the World And Me," the actress hopes to spur people "to take action, not to take their foot off the gas."
The Houston rapper's debut album follows a string of monster hit singles and a shooting that landed her in the tabloids and the hospital.
The band's fifth studio album will probably debut at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart.
Hong Kong filmmaker Yonfan's animated drama "No. 7 Cherry Lane" is intellectually intoxicating and stylistically sumptuous.
Matthew Rankin's perverse period reverie "The Twentieth Century" is a warped faux biopic of hallowed Canadian prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
Sergei Loznitsa's brutally matter-of-fact, cynically comic "Donbass" depicts social destabilization in the titular war-ravaged region of eastern Ukraine.
New documentaries include "Coded Bias," "I Am Greta," "Soros," "Markie in Milwaukee" and "Born to Be."
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J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna lead the nominees for Thursday's Latin Grammys, hosted by Yalitza Aparicio, Víctor Manuelle and Ana Brenda Contreras.