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Member Since: August 3, 2012
Feb 26 17 12:20 PM
'Sicario' Sequel 'Soldado' Adds Manuel Garcia-Rulfo
Manuel Garcia-Rulfo has joined Soldado, the sequel to 2015's hit that starred Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin. Emily Blunt, who also starred, will not be back for the follow-up. Stefano Sollima is directing for Lionsgate and Black Label Media.
Alejandro Gillick, the shadowy man from the first film played superbly by del Toro, will be back, alongside CIA agent Matt Graver (Brolin) in their ongoing mission to take down the drug cartel bosses. Garcia Rulfo will play Gallo, a dangerous and sadistic kingpin.
Garcia-Rulfo was last seen in Antoine Fuqua's The Magnificent Seven.
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Apr 10 17 5:05 PM
Sollima sul set di Soldado
Quando Sicario debuttò in concorso al Festival di Cannes, due anni fa, fu un po’ snobbato, a dir poco. Nel contesto festivaliero, un film apparentemente di genere, sostanzialmente fondato solo su un paio di memorabili set d’azione era passato in secondo piano.
Il film di Denis Villeneuve invece è cresciuto esponenzialmente nel corso dei mesi, quando l’uscita americana l’ha imposto come uno dei film più importanti della stagione.
I produttori hanno voluto dare una nuova chance ai personaggi interpretati da Josh Brolin e Benicio Del Toro: per il nuovo film, scritto sempre da Taylor Sheridan, nel frattempo candidato all’Oscar per Hell or High Water, è stato ingaggiato il nostro Stefano Sollima (Romanzo Criminale-la serie, Gomorra-la serie).
Naturalmente l’enfasi del nuovo Presidente americano sul confine con il Messico, ha reso ancor più centrale un film come Soldado, ambientato proprio in quella terra di frontiera.
Secondo Basil Iwaynk, uno dei produttori, nel nuovo film non ci sono riferimenti a Sicario. Soldado potrebbe essere ambientato prima o dopo il film precedente: “The script was amazing. Truly, I think you could argue that it was better than the first script. It’s a bigger movie; it is just as intense, just as disturbing, just as emotional. You’re going deeper into both Josh Brolin’s character and Benicio’s character, and I think people are going to be shocked by how relevant the movie is in this current environment, with our new president and what’s going on politically in that world.”
Apr 10 17 5:07 PM
Sollima on the set of SoldadoWhen Sicario debuted in competition at the Cannes Film Festival two years ago, was a bit 'snubbed, to say the least. In the context of the festival, a seemingly genre films, basically founded only on a couple of memorable action set was a back seat.The film by Denis Villeneuve instead has grown exponentially over the months, when in the American release has emerged as one of the most important films of the season.The producers wanted to give a new chance to the characters played by Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro for the new film, also written by Taylor Sheridan, meanwhile Oscar nominee for Hell or High Water, and it has been hired our Stefano Sollima ( Crime Novel-series, Gomorrah-series).Of course the emphasis of the new American president on the border with Mexico, made it even more central a movie like Soldado, set right in that borderland.According to Basil Iwaynk, one of the producers, in the new film there are no references to Sicario. Soldado could be set before or after the previous film, "The script was amazing. Truly, I think you could argue That it was better than the first script. It's a bigger movie; it is just as intense, just as disturbing, just as emotional. You're going deeper into Both Josh Brolin's character and Benicio's character, and I think people are going to be shocked by how relevant the movie is in this current environment, with our new president and what's going on politically in That world. "
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