Pedro Pascal, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ castmates Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Kristen Wiig with director Patty Jenkins for Entertainment Weekly
Diana Prince is back once again in Wonder Woman 1984, and we finally have a look at footage from the film. As part of Brazil’s CCXP convention, Warner Bros. released the first official trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, which you can check out below with Pedro Pascal playing Maxwell Lord.
We also have updated our gallery with a brand new poster and screencaptures from the trailer:
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Wonder Woman 1984 > Screencaptures: Official Trailer
Disney helded the first press conference to The Mandalorian. Our gallery was updated with HQ images, enjoy!
Appearances & Public Events > 2019 > October 19: Press conference for the Disney+ Exclusive Series “The Mandalorian”
Appearances & Public Events > 2019 > October 19: The Mandalorian Press Conference
Hello, everyone! Last month, Pedro attended D23 Expo to promote The Mandalorian. Several pictures were added to our gallery and video will be add later today. I’m sorry for the lack of updates, promise I will be back soon with new content.
Deadline — Eclipse Pictures has acquired worldwide sales rights to Tropico, a noirish thriller set in Brazil being directed by Giada Colagrande from a screenplay by Barry Gifford. Willem Dafoe, Morena Baccarin and Pedro Pascal will star. Colagrande previously directed Padre and her debut pic Open My Heart played at Venice in 2002.
In Tropico, Willem Dafoe plays Raymond Sanz, a veteran operative hired to spy on Mark, an American businessman (Pascal) in a steamy costal town in Northern Brazil. However, things get more complicated when Sanz falls simultaneously for Mark’s wife, the mysterious and beautiful Lucia (Baccarin), and her equally beautiful identical twin sister, Olivia (Baccarin). “Barry’s atmospheric screenplay is an exotic thriller in the best traditions of the noir genre,” said Colagrande, “and I also couldn’t be more excited to work with such an accomplished group of actors.”
D23 Expo is here and we got the first official trailer for ‘The Mandalorian,’ Pedro’s new project!
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