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Diane Guerrero was featured in this week’s episode of Leguizamo Does America on MSNBC. Check out a clip from her appearance via YouTube!

I have updated the gallery with over 240 screencaps of Diane Guerrero from her interview on “The Daily Show” from a couple of weeks ago!

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Hey everyone! First, I want to apologize for my absence recently. I have been adjusting to starting a new job and finishing up my academic career, so my fan sites had to take a back seat for a few months. I’m now trying to play catch-up and get things back on track.

I have updated the Doom Patrol season 4 section of the gallery today! Over 3,300 screencaps, production stills, and posters were added, so check it out and browse around!

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Diane Guerrero was a guest on “The Daily Show” this week! She appeared on the show Tuesday, March 28, 2023. Check out a clip from her interview below!

They’re the most disproportionately underrepresented demographic in Hollywood, an industry that makes its headquarters in a county where they comprise the plurality of the population. And even as other systemically marginalized groups make prominent and visible strides in pop culture, Latinos have remained caught in a cycle of development hell, with projects created by and centering them canceled (or permanently shelved) even as they continue to prop up a significant share of the box office as audience members.

“There was an overabundance and then a complete 180 has now happened. The graveyard of Latino shows in the last five years, it has been a decimation,” writer Gloria Calderón Kellett tells The Hollywood Reporter. “In a row One Day at a Time, Vida, Diary of a Future President, Gentefied, all of these shows came out, all of them 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. They didn’t support the shows with marketing. They didn’t put money behind those shows, and those shows are now all gone.”

In part to rectify the systemic issues that have led to this downturn as well as address other concerns in the entertainment industry and beyond, Calderón Kellett is linking up with a number of other Latino luminaries in Hollywood to form the first-ever Visionary Alliance for the National Hispanic Media Coalition. Alliance members will lend their professional expertise to longstanding NHMC entertainment initiatives such as its Series Scriptwriters Program and Latinx Stream Showcase and also get involved in the nonprofit’s social justice and policy advocacy work.

“NHMC is about representation from the White House to Hollywood,” the coalition’s president and CEO Brenda Victoria Castillo tells THR. “The policies and decisions that are made in D.C. affect Hollywood. The way Hollywood decides they’re going to portray Latinos is the way we’re perceived and the way the public treats us, and it’s a vicious cycle.”

The inaugural Alliance members also include Ismael Cruz Córdova (The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power), Wilson Cruz, Rosario Dawson, Diane Guerrero (Encanto, Doom Patrol), Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows), Eva Longoria, Gabriel Luna (The Last of Us), Justina Machado, Encanto producer Yvett Merino, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Danny Pino (Mayans M.C., Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), Aubrey Plaza, Gina Torres, Wilmer Valderrama and Lisa Vidal (Being Mary Jane).

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Titans and Doom Patrol, the DC Comics dramas that were originally developed to help launch the former DC Universe streaming service, are coming to an end.

The current fourth seasons of both of the Greg Berlanti-produced HBO Max dramas will be their last, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. Sources say producers on both Titans and Doom Patrol saw the writing on the wall amid all the changes with DC Entertainment and plotted their current seasons with proper endings so as to not leave fans in a lurch.

“While these will be the final seasons of Titans and Doom Patrol, we are very proud of these series and excited for fans to see their climactic endings,” an HBO Max spokesperson said in a statement to THR. “We are grateful to Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television for making such thrilling, action-packed, heartfelt series. We thank Titans showrunner Greg Walker, executive producers Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Sarah Schechter, Geoff Johns, Richard Hatem, and the team at Weed Road Pictures. For Doom Patrol, we celebrate showrunner Jeremy Carver and executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Geoff Johns, Chris Dingess and Tamara Becher-Wilkinson. For four seasons, fans have fallen in love with the Titans and Doom Patrol, investing in their trials and tribulations, and in their legendary battles saving the world time and time again.”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Every character on Doom Patrol is going through it in season 4. Having experienced a post-apocalyptic future in the season premiere where almost all the team members wind up dead, many of the “Doomies” have also lost access to their superpowers. Cyborg (Joivan Wade) no longer has his technological implants, while Jane (Diane Guerrero) doesn’t have the same control over her many powerful personalities as she once did.

For Guerrero, that means season 4 has been a welcome chance to explore Jane’s own psychology without constantly switching between moods belonging to the aggressive Hammerhead or the coldly calculating Dr. Harrison.

“I’ve been waiting for this moment because Jane was always showing up to clean up other people’s messes. Now she’s cleaning up her own mess,” Guerrero tells EW. “So how does she behave within this new ecosystem? I found that Jane had to learn a lot about people and how to be with others. That change in attitude has been interesting for me to explore this season. There’s a softer side to her, and I think you see that this season, which is really exciting for me.”

Like so much in Doom Patrol, Jane’s colorful facade hides a darker truth beneath. Jane’s array of multiple personalities, each with their own superpower, came into being as a response to childhood sex abuse at the hands of her father. The purpose of this personality matrix (conceptualized as “the Underground” and visualized as a subway station) is to protect the original self, Kay Challis, from further harm.

But now that Jane has been separated from Kay and the other alters, she has had more time to explore herself and her own body this season. After being temporarily de-aged into a teenager with her teammates in the episode “Youth Patrol,” Jane even tried masturbating for the first time — indicating that she may be getting ready to move beyond the sexual trauma of her past.

“I think it’s so important. I’m so happy that the writing took this turn,” Guerrero says. “Jane came into Kay’s life to protect her in this moment where she was very vulnerable. She understands that Kay is very hurt from her early experiences and basically took a vow that her whole identity is wrapped up in: ‘I will protect Kay from any harm, especially sexual harm.’ Because she herself is like this fortress, Jane doesn’t even allow herself to get close to anybody. We’ve seen her starting to get close to Cliff, and to Vic a little bit. She has this responsibility, but now she’s trying to figure out what Kay actually wants.”

Guerrero continues, “you see that she had never even experienced an adolescence. That was completely new for Jane. And so Jane is having these natural feelings of feeling her own body, having sexual attraction to the Fog. All of that she has been repressing. I feel like she goes there because she’s trying to give Kay what she wants. But she also needs to figure out how to be a human being, how to be an individual, and one has to figure out how their body feels and how they feel in their own body to do that. I’m so happy that the writers explored that this season because I think it’s such an important part of the human experience.”

As part of moving forward, Jane is also testing the waters with Shelley Byron (Wynn Everett), a.k.a. the Fog, with whom she definitely has a connection.

“Her character is so secure of herself and who she is and is so unapologetic about what she wants and her feelings at any given moment, that I think that it’s so captivating for someone like Jane who doesn’t know herself at all, who wouldn’t ever dare to share her feelings,” Guerrero says of working with Everett. “It’s very easy for me to play with the Fog because I mean, she kind of does all the work. Honestly, she mesmerizes me in a way, and she does it so well. I’m getting hot just thinking about it!”

Jane and Shelley haven’t yet cemented their connection, but there’s always hope for the future. That was the title of the most recent episode, after all: “Hope Patrol.”

The first six episodes of Doom Patrol season 4 are streaming now on HBO Max. The next six will arrive later this year.

Source: EW.com

Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University has named actress and author Diane Guerrero the 2023 John J. Rhodes Chair.

As chair, Guerrero will deliver the Rhodes Lecture, “A Conversation with Diane Guerrero,” at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 1st, in the Galvin Playhouse at the ASU Nelson Fine Arts Center on the Tempe campus. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required for seating. Register here.

Source: ASU.edu