becky gIt couldn't have happened to a more deserving person. Becky G.'s career is about to step into high gear. The Latina singer will star in her first movie-- as a heroine, no less. You won't believe her role, but I know once you learn what it is, it will undoubtedly bring back some nostalgia.

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Yellow Power Ranger

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Mighty Morphin (yellow) Power Ranger! Yes, that's it!


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Becky G.

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The Mexican American singer will join the clan part ninjas, part magician group in the up coming Power Rangers film. She also appeared in Empire this season. Latina Power.


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The Joker

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The unforgettable villain from the TV Show.

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César Romero

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From 1961 to 1966, he was the scary and funny Joker in the original Batman TV show.


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She was the toughest one among the Guardians of the Galaxy.



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Zoe Saldana

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Our favorite Dominican actress was gorgeous as Gamora, even in green.


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The sexiest Zorro! Antonio Banderas in The Mask of Zorro.

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Antonio Banderas

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He may be a Chilean miner in the movie The 33, but the role that made him unforgettable was Zorro.


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Wonder Woman

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For a long time Wonder Woman represented a strong female figure and was a role model for girls around the world, and nobody knew she was played by a Latina.

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Lynda Carter

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Lynda Jean Córdova Carter's mom was of Mexican and Spanish origin. She was Miss World America in 1972 and Wonder Woman between 1972 and 1975.


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El Chapulín Colorado

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¡No contaban con mi astucia! The character brought to us by the comedic genius Roberto Gómez Bolaños, Chespirito, is the most famous Latino superhero.

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One year after his death, Roberto Gómez Bolaños and his Chapulín and El Chavo del 8 are more alive than ever.


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In the comic book world, Sunspot is a Brazilian mutant, and in the movie X-Man: Days of Future Past, the role was played by a Mexican actor. Latino all the way.

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Adán Canto

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The Mexican star has impressed the critics in Netflix's Narcos and Fox's The Following, but his role as Sunspot is my favorite.