These HuevoCartoons Went from Going Viral on YouTube to Cracking Hollywood

Have you watched the trailer for Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos?

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It’s an animated film about a shy young chicken named Toto who fights hard to become a gallo. All he needs are some huevos. ?

It features voice acting from Angelica Vale…

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And comedian Omar Chaparro.

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The movie, which opens in the US on September 4th, also features Maite Perroni, Ninel Conde and Bruno Bichir (yes, he’s Demian’s brother).

Some of the supporting characters look familiar, don’t they?

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That’s because they’re characters from the HuevoCartoon universe.

QUIZ: Which HuevoCartoon Character Are You?

Yep, they’re the same HuevoCartoons that blew up years ago on the Internet. There was Poeta Huevos:

A few rhymes and lots of wine would lead these lyricists to proclaim, “QUE HERMOSA HUEVA.”

And Los Huevos Rancheros, Chema and Chava.

So much tequila… and SO much sexual tension.

As their popularity grew, new huevos were hatched. Like el Huevo Filósofo…

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Looks like that candle isn’t the only thing el Huevo Filósofo is lighting up.

And Los Súper Huevos.

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A group of heroes who spend more time fighting each other than battling crime.

QUIZ: Which HuevoCartoon Character Are You?

Eventually, some of the HuevoCartoon characters made it to the big screen in Mexico.

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In the appropriately titled animated film Una Película de Huevos.

In Una Película de Huevos, we meet Toto, an egg that doesn’t want to become someone’s breakfast.

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Toto hatches and becomes a chick in a sequel called Otra Pelicula de Huevos y Un Pollo.

Yes, that’s the same Toto from Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos.

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Egg –> Chick –> Chicken.


So now you know the answer to that age-old question. The egg definitely came before the chicken.

Don’t miss Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos in theaters nationwide, starting Friday, September 4.

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Tortilla Loving, Salsa Dancing and Other Signs Your Dog Is Latino


Tortilla Loving, Salsa Dancing and Other Signs Your Dog Is Latino

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Sure, most dogs can learn to sit, roll over, but Latino dogs live a different way of life. Only Latino dogs shake their tails on queue to Celia Cruz’s music and stop at the smell of fresh fruta con chile. What else do they do? Here are other signs your canine is Latino…

His world stops for pepino y Tajín.

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Milk-Bones are basic. A Latino dog only takes pepinos as treats. More Tajín, please!

He’s bilingual and learns most of it from their abuelitos.

“I just wanted to say hola…”

She was raised to be polite, not maleducados.

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Siempre saludan.

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He respects his tíos, too.

“Sí, tío Pepe. Whatever you say.”

They fear la chancla.


“I only have myself to blame. I knew I shouldn’t have answered back but I did it anyway.” *Sad puppy eyes*

READ: 13 Ways Mom Put her Chanclas to Good Use

His national pride rivals yours and your friends.

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“Ouviram do Ipiranga às margens plácidas. De um povo heróico o brado retumbante…” ?

(Those are the Brazilian National Anthem’s opening lines, in case you didn’t know.)

She’s got ritmo like no other.

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Does your dog start dancing when Ceila Cruz comes on the radio? Well, Fido might be Latino.

They’re family oriented and always up for babysitting.

“No te preocupes. Sale ya. We’ll watch la nene while you go to dinner.”

READ: Have You Noticed Latinos Only Get Screen Time During Junk Food Commercials?

And he loves every minute of it.

“Eres mi tesorito. Dame otro beso.”

They love tortillas…

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…and he can’t resist a morning croqueta.

“¿Poooorfis?” ?

READ: Why Latinos Win at Mornings Every Morning

He embraces classic Latino style.

On Sundays we wear sombreros.

And proudly wear their traditional patterns.

The poncho doesn’t make the man; the man makes the poncho.

Did we mention they’re great salsa dancers? ?


Who hasn’t lost control of their feet to Me Libere by El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico?

How Latino is your dog? mitú wants to know. Tell/Show us in the comments below!