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Jack Rico


2012/11/15 at 12:00am

Catalina Sandino Moreno joins FX’s ‘The Bridge’

11.15.2012 | By |

Catalina Sandino Moreno joins FX's 'The Bridge'

Best Actress Oscar nominee, Catalina Sandino Moreno, a Colombian actress who has also been part of the Twilight Saga franchise, will now become part of FX’s new TV show The Bridge. 

Moreno, will play Oscar nominee Demián Bichir’s second wife who is at home to tend to the kids while he works long hours.

The Bridge centers on two detectives from the U.S. and Mexico — El Paso Police Homicide Detective Sonya North (Diane Kruger) and Marco Ruiz (Demián Bichir) — who must work together to hunt down a serial killer operating on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

After Moreno was nominated for Best Actress for the Colombian indie drama Maria Full Of Grace for which she won an Independent Spirit Award, she worked in various other fims: Paris, je t’aime, Fast Food Nation, The Hottest State, Love in the Time of Cholera, Che: Part 1 & 2, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, For Greater Glory.

She’s slated to appear as ‘Barbara’ in a new Michael Cera film called Magic, Magic from Chilean director Sebastián Silva (The Maid). The plot takes place in Chile, where a vacationing young woman begins to mentally unravel; meanwhile, her friends ignore her claim until it’s too late.

This psychological thriller is rumored to be in Sundance 2013.

Jack Rico


2008/11/12 at 12:00am

EXCLUSIVE! 8 never before seen clips from ‘CHE’!

11.12.2008 | By |

EXCLUSIVE! 8 never before seen clips from 'CHE'!

With a month to go before its US release (December 12th and Jan 9th, 2009) we obtained 8 never before seen movie clips from ‘Che’ starring Academy award winning actor Benicio del Toro and a prolific Latino cast.

These clips are in Spanish without English subtitles, just the way director Steven Soderbergh intended them to be. Cameos include Julia OrmondFranka Potente and yes… Matt Damon as a US agent having a whole conversation speaking in Spanish. 

We were surprised at the various Latino dialects we heard from Colombia, Puerto Rico and even Mexican, from many actors who were trying to sound Cuban. But at the end of a 5 hour journey through the life of Guevara, it is the last of your worries.

Nevertheless, we will have a review of the film in December. We enjoyed it, if it matters to you, so enjoy these clips and we hope they help you judge whether you want to invest your time and money in the film.

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