George Lopez

The comedian was captured fighting with a man who reportedly provoked him with pro-Trump sentiments in a video sent to TMZ.
The pissed-off comedian uses a water bottle to make his point.
The comedian posted the controversial statement to his Instagram.
"You have two choices: Shut the f**k up or get the f**k out," Lopez said.
Now that Donald Trump might actually be the president, several stars like Whoopi Goldberg, Samuel Jackson and George Lopez have said they would move to Canada. I don't think that is far enough.
Lopez spoke to Howard Stern about the unsettling way Cosby talked about women.
America Ferrera, Zoe Saldana, Carlos Santana and others then slam the GOP field.
If you look around at recent events it might seem that the world is falling apart. However, humanity has dealt with tragedy and injustice forever. So now, thanks to the global village that social media has created, there is immediacy to the awareness in which our fears are broadcast and regurgitated back to us.
Donald Trump's ridiculous comments about Mexicans have enraged pretty much every Latino on the planet. Myself included. Trump's proud racism not only angers me as a Latina, but as someone whose family is half Mexican.
This past Sunday my husband and I ventured to the Honda Center in Anaheim, California for the Dalai Lama's 80th Birthday celebration. The Dalai Lama holds a special place in my heart because it was just a few years ago that my father and I were visiting San Diego.
Latino directors should not have to tell stories about people from their own community or country of origin exclusively, but given the scarcity of films that feature prominent Latino characters, the opportunity to do so feels like a missed one.