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Ursulá Corberó between tears in the same equation as C Tangana and Eduardo Casanova. Difficult solution, right?

As if it were a riddle, three of the most important young talents of our culture have kept the emotion for a couple of days in their Instagram accounts but we already know the solution: the actress is the protagonist of the last video clip of the singer in the that both have been placed under the command of Eduardo Casanova, who in turn has counted on the collaboration of María Escoté, having been in charge of part of Úrsula’s wardrobe.

Precisely it was the fashion designer who has given continuity in social networks to the enigmatic photo that C.Tangana had shared hours before in which appeared with the actress of Money Heist.

With the passage of hours both Úrsula (ideal are a pink sequined dress, sleeveless and high neck designed by Escoté who accompanied a wig that sharpened the vintage style, and then showing another totally different look with the seal of Palomo Spain ) as Eduardo Casanova, director of Fur, have been giving much more obvious clues of what is coming.

Neither more nor less than the video clip of the song Cuando me miras, which belongs to the last album by the artist from Madrid, which will be released on October 10, as confirmed by the director of the same.

We only have to count the hours to enjoy the explosive mixture of all the protagonists concentrated in a few minutes. The image of Úrsula Corberó wrapped in tears with that carding in her hair is the best appetizer of what will undoubtedly become a viral video as soon as it sees the light.

Source : woman.es

Labels: 'Cuando me miras' Music Video, Behind The Scene, News, Poster

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Úrsula Corberó, a breakout on the hit Spanish-language Netflix series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), for representation in all areas. The competitive signing comes as she is next set to star in Julio Medem’s El árbol de la sangre which bows in Spain in November. The agency will look to land her on this side of the pond.

Netflix earlier this year said Money Heist is the streaming service’s most-watched non-English-language series. The thriller stars Álvaro Morte as El Professor, a mysterious criminal mastermind planning an epic heist. He recruits a group of eight thieves who take hostages and lock themselves in the Royal Mint of Spain while El Professor manipulates the police to carry out his plan. Corbero plays Tokio and stars alongside Itziar Ituno, Paco Tous and Alba Flores.

The Antena 3 series has been renewed for a Part 3 to debut in 2019, with creator Alex Pina back to craft a new set of heists. Money Heist debuted on Netflix internationally in December, with the most recent episodes added in April.

Corberó continues to be repped by her Spanish agent Pedro Garay.

Source : deadline.com

Labels: News

Netflix has confirmed a third round of its most-watched non-English-language series, La Casa de Papel. Known outside Spanish-speaking markets as Money Heist, the next installment will be exclusively produced for the streaming service. The Spanish series’ original creator, Alex Pina, is also returning for Part 3, which will run in 2019.

Erik Barmack, Netflix’s VP International Originals, made the announcement this morning at the See What’s Next event in Rome.

Álvaro Morte, who is here in the Eternal City today, stars in the thriller as El Professor, a mysterious criminal mastermind planning an epic heist. He recruits a group of eight thieves who take hostages and lock themselves in the Royal Mint of Spain while El Professor manipulates the police to carry out his plan. Ursula Corbero, Itziar Ituno, Paco Tous and Alba Flores also star.

After the global success of Part 1 and Part 2, El Professor will develop new heists that will be unveiled in 2019. Morte said he’s been “overwhelmed” by the worldwide popularity of the series and shocked to find people in Argentina with his face tattooed on their bodies.

Literally The Paper House, La Casa de Papel has become an international phenomenon. Netflix wrote in a letter to shareholders this week that this quarter it became the most watched non-English series ever on the service.

Created for Spain’s Antena 3, it debuted on Netflix internationally in December, with the most recent episodes added earlier this month.

Source : deadline.com

Labels: La Casa de Papel, News

Spanish actress Úrsula Corberó has booked a recurring role on the second season of Crackle’s Snatch. In season one, our up and coming hustlers stumble on a truck load of stolen bullion sending them into an insane criminal spiral and the world of organized crime. In this upcoming season, the team is on the lam and what begins as a well-deserved vacation quickly becomes a face off with a local kingpin; another thrill-a-minute fight to save their fortune, and ultimately their lives. Corberó will play Ines, a gun for hire known for her driving skills. She is whip-smart and street savvy, who is employed by the head of the San Toledo crime syndicate. Corberó most recently starred in Netflix’s La Casa de Papel, where she received a best actress nomination at the Premios Feroz. She recently completed filming a starring role in Julio Medem’s El Árbol de la Sangre. Snatch is executive produced by Alex De Rakoff, who also serves as writer and showrunner, Rupert Grint, Aaron Ginsburg and William Green.

Source : deadline.com

Labels: News, Snatch