The box office is sizzling this summer and our favorite Latino celebrities are to blame for heating up the big screen. From major motion pictures to independent and foreign films, our fave Latino celebs, like Selenita Gomez and Penélope Cruz, are taking over Hollywood! Check out these recently released and soon-to-hit-theaters summer movies and find out which Latino stars you should watch out for. 

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Ryan Guzman in 'Everybody Wants Some' 1

Ryan Guzman in 'Everybody Wants Some'

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The 28-year-old hunk, best known for his lead role alongside Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door, is now breaking hearts as baseball player Kenny Roper in Paramount Pictures’ Everybody Wants Some. The film hit theaters April 15.


Aislinn Derbez & Camila Sodi in 'Compadres' 2

Aislinn Derbez & Camila Sodi in 'Compadres'

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Mexican beauties Aislinn Derbez and Camila Sodi star in Compadres, Pantelion Film's movie about a former police officer (Omar Chaparro) and teenage hacker (Joey Morgan), who work together to find a crime boss who framed him and kidnapped his girlfriend; in theaters nationwide since April 22.


Penélope Cruz in 'Mama' 3

Penélope Cruz in 'Mama'

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Oscar-winning actress Penélope Cruz stars in the foreign film Mama as Magda, a woman who experiences a life-changing revelation after tragedy alters her life. The Spanish movie, which will be shown in select U.S. cities, will open on May 20 in New York.

Selena Gomez in 'Neighbors 2' 4

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#Selenators rejoice! Selena Gomez will star as sorority girl Madison in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. The Neighbors sequel continues the saga of Mac Radner and (now) pregnant wife Kelly, this time as the loud sisters of Kappa Nu move in next door. The movie which also stars Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron hits theaters May 20.


Oscar Isaac in 'X-Men Apocalypse' 5

Oscar Isaac in 'X-Men Apocalypse'

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Talented Guatemalan hunk Oscar Isaac stars in the new installment of X-Men. The movie will hit theaters nationwide on May 27.


Aubrey Plaza in 'Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates' 6

Aubrey Plaza in 'Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates'

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She’s best known for her role as April in Parks and Recreation, but actress Aubrey Plaza, whose father is Puerto Rican, stars as Tatiana in this summer's Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. The comedy, which also stars Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick, will hit theaters July 8.


John Leguizamo in 'The Infiltrator' 7

John Leguizamo in 'The Infiltrator'

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Comedian John Leguizamo stars alongside Bryan Cranston in this summer's based-on-a-true-story crime drama about U.S. Customs agent Robert Mazur, who worked undercover to infiltrate Colombian drug cartels in the 1980s. Watch the Colombian play federal agent Emir Abreu, Mazur's partner, when it hits theaters on July 13.

Zoe Saldana in 'Star Trek Beyond' 8

Zoe Saldana in 'Star Trek Beyond'

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After starring in films like Avatar and Guardians of the Galaxy, Zoe Saldana has become a fan-favorite within the sci-fi genre. The talented Latina's upcoming lead as Uhura in Star Trek Beyond is sure to send fandoms into a whirlwind. Trekkies can catch the flick in theaters on July 22.

Salma Hayek in 'Sausage Party' 9

Salma Hayek in 'Sausage Party'

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Salma Hayek voices Teresa Taco in animated movie Sausage Party. When Frank the sausage (played by Seth Rogen) finds out he’s soon going to become someone's lunch, he warns his supermarket friends about their similar destinies. The film will open in theaters on August 12.

Ana de Armas in 'War Dogs' 10

Ana de Armas in 'War Dogs'

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Cuban actress Ana de Armas will star alongside Bradley Cooper and Jonah Hill in crime drama War Dogs. The film, which is based on a true story, is about two men who score a $300 million contract from the Pentagon to "arm America’s allies in Afghanistan". De Armas plays "Iz", the pregnant girlfriend of "David Packouz" (Miles Teller), a young man looking to better his financial situation for the good of his family. The movie is set for release on August 19.