“The richness of talent in front of and behind the camera in Mexico was key in our decision to begin our local production strategy with ‘Club de Cuervos’ four years ago,” Sarandos said. “Since then, we have continued to expand our local investment and continue providing a platform for Mexican talent to be recognized around the world,” he added.
Four local films in the pipeline are destined for Netflix’s slate over the next two years. These include “Como Caído del Cielo,” a musical comedy inspired by the songs of Mexican legend Pedro Infante, starring
Spearheaded at Btf Media by founder-partner Ricardo Coeto, the agreement takes in the development and co-production of the exclusive projects which the partners describe as having a “Latin-facing content.”
“This will be the beginning of a great relationship between Gerardis and Btf. We are very happy to announce this new venture for six titles, said Coeto who runs Btf Media with fellow founder Francisco Cordero.
Made public at Natpe 2019 on Tuesday evening, the announcement looks set to open the door for Btf Media and Gerardis to explore the creation of series turning around Latino figures, American or Latin American, but benefiting on occasions a large input from literary sources.
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The series is described as a coming of age story following Selena as her dreams come true and all the heart-wrenching and life-changing choices she and her family have to make as they navigate success, family, and music.
“Selena will always have a lasting place in music history and we feel great responsibility to do justice to her memory,” said Suzette Quintanilla, Selena’s sister. “With this series, viewers will finally get the full history of Selena, our family, and the impact she has had on all of our lives. We are excited to partner with Campanario and Netflix to give fans a never-before-seen glimpse at our story and highlight why Selena will remain a legend for generations to come.”
Moisés Zamora will serve as writer and executive producer on the series. Jaime Dávila,
The 49-year-old Second Act actress spoke about Cooper’s directorial debut to Extra saying she and Smith had “talked about it and talked about developing the script.”
“It just never took off,” she explained. “Projects are like that.”
Despite the missed opportunity, Lopez said she was “really proud of Bradley” for “directing his first film and doing it.”
“We’re friends, and watching Lady Gaga do her thing in the movie, it’s just great,” she added.
The 49-year-old “Te Guste” singer opened up at a panel following a New York City screening of her upcoming film Second Act alongside her producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Arianna Huffington and Dr. Stacey Smith. Her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez stopped by the panel to support the star.
The film centers on 40-year-old Maya who struggles with unfulfilled dreams and gets a chance to make them come true when she lands a
Lopez started her career as a dancer, appearing as a Fly Girl on the sketch comedy series “In Living Color”. She transitioned to acting in the mid-1990s, earning a Golden Globe nomination for her breakthrough role as the title slain singer in “Selena” (1997) and co-starring with George Clooney in
The film, based on the New York magazine article titled “Hustlers at Scores,” tells the true story of a group of former strip club employees that create a scheme to steal tens of thousands of dollars from their Wall Street clientele.
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The Video Vanguard Award is an honorary prize that is handed out for a body of work in music and music videos, and Lopez certainly has a resume to qualify. After a career breakthrough in the 1990s as a Fly Girl on the sketch comedy “In Living Color,” she made a name for herself as an actress in films like “My Family” (1995) and “Selena” (1997), for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination.
Then Lopez transitioned to music in 1999 with the release of her first album, “On the 6,” and its lead single “If You Had My Love.
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“I wasn’t sure it was the right time” to return to a judging panel, Lopez readily admits about appearing on camera in addition to her duties as a producer. “I didn’t want to go back into judging so quickly. I had my series [‘Shades of Blue’] and I had some movies that were coming up.
– Sundance Selects announced that it has acquired U.S. rights to the film “Blaze,” co-written, produced and directed by Ethan Hawke. Sybil Rosen co-wrote the film with Hawke based on her memoir “Living in the Woods in a Tree: Remembering Blaze Foley.” Jake Seal, John Sloss and Ryan Hawke produced alongside Ethan Hawke.
The film held its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival where newcomer Ben Dickey won the Special Jury Award for Achievement in Acting for his portrayal of Blaze Foley. The is inspired by the life of Blaze Foley, the unsung songwriting legend of the Texas outlaw music movement that spawned the likes of Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson. The film weaves together three different periods of time, braiding re-imagined versions of Blaze’s past, present and future. The different strands explore his love affair with Sybil Rosen; his final performance in a near-empty honky-tonk; his last,
The singer, 48, shared her experience with sexual harassment in Hollywood, recalling an uncomfortable encounter with a director in her early years of acting.
“I haven’t been abused in the way some women have. But have I been told by a director to take off my shirt and show my boobs? Yes, I have. But did I do it? No, I did not,” Lopez told Harper’s Bazaar for its April issue.
“When I did speak up, I was terrified. I remember my heart beating out of my chest, thinking, ‘What did I do?
“I said Trap Selena because who didn’t wanted to be Selena?” tweeted Cardi with a heart-eyed emoji. “She is a alter ego that everybody would want to be and i want the world to know how much i love her.
When asked what her favorite movie performance to date has been, the Shades of Blue star told the podcast it was playing the Tex-Mex Queen. “It will never lose its impact,” she said, referring to the 1997 biopic.
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