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9
Jul 2018
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Netflix’s Samantha!, the first Los Bragas TV Show in partnership with Netflix is now streaming on the platarform. Alice serves as executive producer and has a small role in two episodes. Haven’t found reviews in english but I think you guys would love to read the one from readysteadycut.com.

readysteadycut.com — Netflix original series Samantha! bares all the bones of the likes of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but its messages have a lot to say about making it in entertainment today, with a likable, desperate character.

Our gallery was updated with screencaptures, enjoy!

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2
Jul 2018
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The Imagen Foundation today announced 103 nominations in 18 categories for the 33rd Annual Imagen Awards to be presented Saturday evening, August 25, at the JW Marriott Los Angeles at LA Live.

The Imagen Awards is the only premier Latino entertainment awards program dedicated to honoring the positive portrayal and creative excellence of Latinos and Latino cultures in television and film. For over 30 years The Imagen Foundation has honored and celebrated inclusion and diversity in the entertainment industry. Recognizing actors/actresses, studios, executives, etc. with their forefront performances and contributions to diversity in Hollywood.

The Imagen Awards nominees are determined by an independent panel of entertainment industry executives and Latino community leaders.

Queen of the South and Alice Braga were nominated for Best Primetime Program – Drama & Best Actress. The actors Peter Gadiot, Jon Ecker and Venorica Falcon were also nominated.

Best Primetime Program – Drama

The Crossing (ABC; ABC Studios)
How to Get Away with Murder (ABC; ABC Studios)
Law & Order: SVU (NBC; NBCUniversal and Wolf Entertainment)
Major Crimes (TNT; The Shepard/Robin Company in association with Warner Bros. Television)
Queen of the South (USA Network; Fox Television and Universal Cable Productions)
Shades of Blue (NBC; Universal Television, Nuyorican Productions, EGTV, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Jack Orman Productions)
Station 19 (ABC; ABC Studios)

Best Actress – Television

Alice Braga, Queen of the South (USA Network; Fox Television and Universal Cable Productions)
America Ferrera, Superstore (NBC; Universal Television, Spitzer Holding Company, The District)
Jennifer Lopez, Shades of Blue (NBC; Universal Television, Nuyorican Productions, EGTV, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Jack Orman Productions)
Justina Machado, One Day at a Time (Netflix)
Aubrey Plaza, Legion (FX Networks; FX Productions and Marvel Television)
Katie Stevens, The Bold Type (Freeform; Universal Television, The District)

Best Supporting Actor – Television

Jaime Camil, Jane The Virgin (The CW Network; Poppy Productions, RCTV, Electus, CBS Television Studios, Warner Bros. Television/CW)
Jorge Diaz, The Long Road Home (National Geographic; Phoenix Pictures, Finngate Television, and Fuzzy Door for National Geographic)
Jon Ecker, Queen of the South (USA Network; Fox Television and Universal Cable Productions)
Raúl Esparza, Law & Order: SVU (NBC; NBCUniversal and Wolf Entertainment)
Peter Gadiot, Queen of the South (USA Network; Fox Television and Universal Cable Productions)
Carlos Gomez, Law and Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC; NBCUniversal and Wolf Entertainment)
Joe Minoso, Chicago Fire (NBC; NBCUniversal and Wolf Entertainment)
Daniel Zovatto, Here and Now (HBO; HBO Entertainment in association with Your Face Goes Here Entertainment)

Best Supporting Actress – Television

Stephanie Beatriz, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox; Universal Television, Fremulon, Dr. Goor Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment)
Sofia Carson, Descendants 2 (Disney Channel; Bad Angels Production)
Melonie Diaz, Room 104 (HBO; HBO Entertainment in association with Duplass Brothers Productions)
Isabella Gomez, One Day at a Time (Netflix)
Veronica Falcon, Queen of the South (USA Network; Fox Television and Universal Cable Productions)
Rita Moreno, One Day at a Time (Netflix)
Karina Ortiz, The Long Road Home (National Geographic; Phoenix Pictures, Finngate Television, and Fuzzy Door for National Geographic)
Francia Raisa, grown-ish (Freeform; ABC Studios)
Karla Souza, How to Get Away with Murder (ABC; Shondaland/ABC Studios)
Gina Torres, Suits (USA Network; Universal Cable Productions)

28
Jun 2018
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Our gallery has been update with screencaptures of the first episode of Queen of The South Season 3: “La Ermitana.”

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27
Jun 2018
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Alice attended Netflix Samantha! Sao Paulo Premiere last night (June 26) alongsite her Los Braga’s partners Felipe Braga & Rita Moraes and the stars of the show. Our gallery has been updated with High Quality pictures.

Los Braga’s first production in partnership with Netflix: Samantha! will be streaming on July 6, 2018.

25
Jun 2018
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited a record number of new members, extending invites to 928 people.

The Academy topped last year’s record of 774 new members. The Academy invited 683 new members in 2016 and 322 in 2015, which were also record numbers. The expansion of Academy membership to more than 8,000 stems from an ongoing effort to diversify its ranks following uproar over the lack of African-American nominees in 2015 and 2016, which culminated in 2016’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy. Two weeks after the widely criticized nominations were announced, AMPAS announced a goal to double the number of women and diverse members of the Academy by 2020.

Monday’s invitations, if accepted, will result in 38% of the Oscars’ governing body’s new class being comprised of people of color, increasing their representation from 13% in 2017 to 16%. Meanwhile, the new class is 49% female, boosting the total representation of women from 28% in 2017 to 31%. [Source]

ACTORS

Hiam Abbass – “Blade Runner 2049,” “The Visitor”
Damián Alcázar – “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian,” “El Crimen del Padre Amaro”
Naveen Andrews – “Mighty Joe Young,” “The English Patient”
Gemma Arterton – “Their Finest,” “Quantum of Solace”
Zawe Ashton – “Nocturnal Animals,” “Blitz”
Eileen Atkins – “Gosford Park,” “Cold Mountain”
Hank Azaria – “Anastasia,” “The Birdcage”
Doona Bae – “Cloud Atlas,” “The Host”
Christine Baranski – “Miss Sloane,” “Mamma Mia!”
Carlos Bardem – “Assassin’s Creed,” “Che”
Irene Bedard – “Smoke Signals,” “Pocahontas”
Bill Bellamy – “Any Given Sunday,” “love jones”
Haley Bennett – “Thank You for Your Service,” “The Girl on the Train”
Tammy Blanchard – “Into the Woods,” “Moneyball”
Sofia Boutella – “The Mummy,” “Atomic Blonde”
Diana Bracho – “A Ti Te Queria Encontrar,” “Y Tu Mamá También”
Alice Braga – “I Am Legend,” “City of God”
Andre Braugher – “Salt,” “Primal Fear”
Abigail Breslin – “August: Osage County,” “Little Miss Sunshine”
Alison Brie – “The Post,” “The Disaster Artist”
Joy Bryant – “Bobby,” “Get Rich or Die Tryin’”
Hannibal Buress – “Blockers,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming”
Vanessa Bell Calloway – “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” “Coming to America”

23
Jun 2018
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Our gallery has been updated with High Quality screencaptures of “City Of God,” plus posters and production stills. Enjoy!

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21
Jun 2018
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Alice Braga speaks with reporters about the comfort of being in the third season of a show, and playing those tough scenes.

21
Jun 2018
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News4Europe — “Queen of the South” begins its third season on USA Network, with character Teresa Mendoza attempting to retake control of her life, the series’s star, Alice Braga, told EFE during an interview.

“Teresa is taking control of her own life. In the third season the character is empowered. She doesn’t flee and she doesn’t want to be a part of the abuses and manipulations taking place around her. She wants to take control and change her life,” the Brazilian actress said.

“Playing Teresa is very interesting because things have changed a lot since the first season … This character is constantly evolving, which makes her seem very alive and prevents repetitive situations. It is a very enjoyable challenge,” Braga said.

“Queen of the South,” as well as the Telemundo series “La reina del sur,” are based on a novel written by Spanish author Arturo Perez-Reverte about the world of drug trafficking.

Braga plays Tereza Mendoza in the USA Network’s version, while that character was played by Kate del Castillo in “La reina del sur.”

“My goal is to make the character more human. I don’t want the audience to like her or to feel sorry for her. I want to make her human and show the consequences of her decisions in a very tough world. Once you are involved in the drug trafficking world, it is very hard to get out of it,” the actress said.

Braga, 35, is known for her roles in films such as “I Am Legend,” “Predators,” “The Rite,” “On the Road” and “Elysium.”

She is aware that a female role like that of Teresa “is very rare.”

“It is a huge honor for me. It isn’t easy to find leading female roles that are so powerful. I am pleased to see more series and movies that are following that path. We weren’t the first ones to do so, but we are part of the change,” she said.

21
Jun 2018
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PARADE — “There’s a lot going on this season,” Braga tells Parade.com in this interview from the NBC/Universal Summer Press Day. “There’s a lot of action and a lot of passion. Teresa is going to go through new journeys that we haven’t seen her go through.”

What do you like about Teresa?

I like Teresa because she never victimizes herself. She is pragmatic and she is the hero of her own life because of the path that happened to her, the journey she was drawn into that she had to survive. It inspires me in a way that is very interesting as an actress: to not victimize myself, to listen and observe before taking action. I ended up learning certain things from her.

What did you find in Season 3 that you didn’t know before?

It is interesting because it is my first time doing a TV show. I have only done films before Queen of the South, so it is my first experience to be able to work on a character that stays alive. Even if you finish a season, the heartbeat is still there a little bit until we go back into production the next year. That as an actress is a great challenge because the character is still alive and you can transform it.

La Reina del Sur was a book that I read 9 years ago and I fell in love with the character. When they offered me the part, it was such a joy because I had so much passion for the character. The chance to evolve with her is very special. In Season 1, she was running for her life; in Season 2, she was finding  her role in Camila’s world, learning to deal with the manipulation that was going on, and discovering who she could trust and who she could not; now in Season 3, she’s in charge of her own life.

That path as an actress and a character is very interesting to play. I know a lot about her. I did so much homework. I know her path. On Season 1, I was figuring it out and now I know how to react to something if it comes along. 

Were there fresh challenges for Season 3 that you had to figure out? 

I think so, like life, we change from one year to the other. People that you meet change you or people you work with make you evolve. From Season 1 to Season 3 of this, she got more mature in the sense that in her own life, going through so much pain and suffering, especially with this show with its many scenarios — action, passion, explosions — it is great to see how she evolved as a human being and as a woman, more than anything, how she empowered herself.

Do you like those pain and suffering scenes?

I love it. My mom hates it. I send her selfies all bloody and she says, “Why do you do this to me?” It is great. When I did films like I Am Legend or Predator, you are running from zombies and monsters and all that. You don’t do that at home on a daily basis, so running when someone is shooting at you or a big explosion and you’re throwing yourself on the floor, I like it. It’s fun to act that. It’s like being a kid playing with your friends.

What about a love interest this season?

What I can say is there’s a lot of passion in Season 3, unlike what we’ve seen in Season 1 and 2. That I think gives you a really good hint. It’s exciting, but a lot of twists, which is great. So, it’s not only about the love, but there’s so much action and passion and twists, I think the audience is going to be very engaged.

Queen of the South returns for its third season tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on USA Network.