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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.

12
Jun 2018
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Hello Alice fans! Alice was live on Queen of The South Facebook page talking abou the new season, her character Teresa Mendoza, the book, Kate Del Castillo – who played the spanish-language version of Teresa in La Reina del Sur back in 2011 and who also stars in Netflix’s Ingobernable, how it is work with Peter Gadiot, Hemky Madera, Jon Ecker and more. The team of Best of Alice kindly uploaded it to YouTube and you can watch below:

12
Jun 2018
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Alice promoted ‘Queen of The South’ Season 3 on the Action Packed Show at KTLA 5. She was adorable as always and you can watch it below.

“Queen of the South” season three premieres June 21 on USA.

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Jun 2018
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Welcome, Alice fans! I’m finally able to open this site… Welcome to Marvelous Alice Braga (alice-braga.com), your newest source for everything about the brazilian actress Alice Braga. She is most known for her work on movies such as Repo Men, City of God, Lower CityElysium, Blindnessand many more. She’s also the lead actress in USA Network’s hit show Queen of The South as Teresa Mendoza. Among her upcoming projects we can include Marvel’s The New Mutants as Cecilia Reyes. Make sure you keep checking our site for news, videos and images of Alice’s work!

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May 2018
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Yesterday (May 14), Alice Braga attended 2018 NBCUniversal Upfront in New York City to promote Queen of The South. Our gallery has been updated with HQ images!

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May 2018
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Hello, everyone! Alice attended NBCUniversal Summer Press Day 2018 to promote the “Queen of the South” Season 3.

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21
Apr 2018
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Actor Gabriel Leone and Alice Braga will star in a movie about the Legião Urbana’s song “Eduardo & Mônica.” The movie will be directed by Rene Sampaio with production of Gávea Filmes and Barry Company.

 

12
Apr 2018
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Alice’s production company Los Bragas’ first partnetship with Netflix get its first teaser. Samantha! is coming to the streaming service on July 6.

A child star in the ’80s, Samantha clings to the fringes of celebrity with hilarious harebrained schemes to launch herself back into stardom.

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Mar 2018
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Some curious news broke recently regarding two of 20th Century Fox’s upcoming superhero films. X-Men: Dark Phoenix, the next installment in the main X-Menfranchise, and the horror-tinged spinoff The New Mutants have both had their release dates delayed, moving Dark Phoenix out of 2018 entirely and pushing New Mutants all the way back to next summer. Dark Phoenix is being pushed out of its initial November 2018 debut to February 14, 2019, so just a couple of months, but New Mutants is being delayed from February 2019 all the way to August 2, 2019.

This was the second major delay for New Mutants, which was originally supposed to bow in April 2018, and the first delay for X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Studios shuffle release dates all the time, but these are two of Fox’s most highly anticipated films on the docket, so many are rightly wondering exactly why these release dates are being pushed. We did some digging and found some answers.

When the film was initially delayed, it was reported that Fox wanted to do some reshoots to make the movie scarier, even going so far as to add a new character. That still holds true, and while we hear the film tested well, it’s not “scary” enough. Director Josh Boone delivered a cut of the film that he was happy with, but Fox wants this movie to stand out as tonally distinct the same way Logan and Deadpool did.

The reshoots that the studio wants are now even more significant. We’re hearing that at least 50% of the movie may be reshot, and they’re adding one or two new characters who will be present throughout the entirety of the film—this isn’t simply adding a cameo. Moreover, Boone has been having some creative differences with the studio over the requested changes to the movie, so the reasons for the New Mutants delay are more complex than why Dark Phoenix is being pushed.

Fox has gotten really ambitious with its Marvel Comics properties in the wake of Deadpool’s success, and one hopes that these changes being made to X-Men: Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants are in service of pushing boundaries. The studio garnered a lot of goodwill (and an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay) with Logan, and anticipation is mighty high for these two new titles. Here’s hoping all’s well that ends well.