Benicio Del Toro

‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ Rumors Surface About Benicio Del Toro’s Character

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by Emma Stefansky November 16, 2016 @ 4:00 PM
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Star Wars Episode VIII, much like The Force Awakens, has been shrouded in the utmost secrecy throughout its production so far. We’ve had some teeny glimpses behind the scenes and rumors have fluttered around, but so far we don’t know a whole lot about the film in terms of plot. Earlier this year, Benicio del Toro, Laura Dern, and Kelly Marie Tran joined the cast in unspecified roles, and the studio has kept quiet about that so far. Now, a new rumor might give us some answers to one very important question: who, exactly, is Benicio del Toro playing? Be wary of SPOILERS for Episode VIII in the following paragraphs.

Catherine Keener Joins the Cast of ‘Sicario’ Sequel ‘Soldado’

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by Emma Stefansky October 27, 2016 @ 7:09 PM
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Sicario was last year’s incredible drug cartel drama by Denis Villeneuve, and, to no one’s surprise, it’s getting a sequel. Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin are both returning for the sequel, and now they have a female co-star in Catherine Keener, who has just signed on to the film.

Boyd Holbrook Could Replace Benicio Del Toro in Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’

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by Matt Singer October 12, 2016 @ 9:28 AM
Netflix
It was only a month ago that it was reported that Benicio Del Toro was in talks to star in The Predator, Shane Black’s reboot of the famous monster action series. But now The Hollywood Reporter that Del Toro won’t appear in the film, and Black and producers are back on the hunt for another star. Now the guy close to the lead role is Narcos star Boyd Holbrook.

That ‘Sicario’ Sequel Could Be Part of an Anthology Trilogy

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by Britt Hayes June 15, 2016 @ 12:45 PM
Lionsgate
A Sicario sequel seemed intriguing enough before we found out that Denis Villeneuve wouldn’t be very involved (because he’s filming another sequel — Blade Runner 2) and that Emily Blunt — the heart and soul of Sicario — wouldn’t be returning, either. But with Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin on board and a promising new director in tow, we’re still willing to give Soldado a chance. And as it turns out, the sequel isn’t so much a sequel as it is a standalone or a spinoff, and it might be part of a bigger anthology trilogy. You know, like American Horror Story: Drug Cartel.

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’: James Gunn Confirms Which Actors Won’t Be Back and Who He Wants For a Sequel

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by Britt Hayes April 19, 2016 @ 7:39 PM
Marvel
As usual, James Gunn’s Facebook Q&A sessions yield some pretty interesting information, and while he tends to be a bit more open than others about his plans in the MCU, he doesn’t reveal anything too major. Still, Gunn’s latest Q&A confirms the two actors who won’t be returning for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, plus the two characters from Fantastic Four that he really wants to see join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Benicio Del Toro Starring in Cuban-American Crime Saga ‘The Corporation’ For Leonardo DiCaprio

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by Charles Bramesco April 8, 2016 @ 10:28 AM
Lionsgate
Benicio Del Toro has been enjoying something of a hot streak since his standout performance in the nerve-fraying Drug War thriller Sicario back in the fall. Though it’s not as if he’s just gotten his big break; the actor earned his first Academy...

‘Sicario 2’ is Real and Happening with the Original Cast, No Fooling

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by Charles Bramesco April 1, 2016 @ 9:19 AM
Lionsgate
In a move that sounds like an April Fools’ Day joke but isn’t, development has begun on a sequel to Sicario, and everyone keeps referring to it as Sicario 2. An interview at The Hollywood Reporter with Black Label Media producers Molly Smith and twins Thad and Trent Luckinbill (those are their real names, also not an April Fool’s Day joke) unearthed the nugget that the team behind Demolition has already started in on the project they call Sicario 2, continuing the long and bitter battle to secure the Mexican-American border from drug runners. And just as the so-called War on Drugs ran into perpetuity with no viable end in sight, so shall this unlikely hit about the tangled morals of international law continue for as long as the money stays green.