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  Marilia   February 14, 2018

Pedro Pascal attended the Los Angeles Premiere of ‘Annihilaton’ and was photographed Tessa Thompson, Oscar Isaac, and Boyd Holbrook at Regency Village Theatre on February 13, 2018.

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  Rory   January 20, 2018

Pedro attended the Valentino Show during Paris Fashion Week Men’s . Our gallery was updated with some pictures, enjoy!

  Rory   December 06, 2017

In today’s film news roundup, Pedro Pascal joins the cast of Barry Jenkins’ drama “If Beale Street Could Talk,” Nicole Kidman’s “The Destroyer” completes its cast, and IATSE chief Matthew Loeb gets an honor.

Pedro Pascal has joined the cast of Barry Jenkins’ drama “If Beale Street Could Talk,” opposite Stephan James, Colman Domingo, Brian Tyree Henry, and Regina King.

“If Beale Street Could Talk” is adapted from the 1974 James Baldwin novel of the same name about a pregnant Harlem woman whose lover is falsely accused of rape. Production companies are Jenkins’ Pastel company, Brad Pitt’s Plan B, and Megan Ellison’s Annapurna Pictures, which is also financing the film.

“Beale Street” is the first movie for Jenkins since “Moonlight” won the best picture Academy Award. The film marks the first feature under the production pact between Pastel and Annapurna and is also part of Plan B’s production deal with Annapurna. Jenkins has been working closely with the Baldwin Estate to write the screenplay.

  Marilia   December 02, 2017

Our gallery was updated with screencaptures of Pedro’s scenes as Agent Whiskey in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”. DVD and Blu-ray release date is set for December 12, 2017 and will be available on Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes on December 5, 2017.

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  Marilia   October 26, 2017

Pedro Pascal is the cover of GQ Mexico’s new issue (november). The photoshoot used to this issue was the same taken by Giampaolo Sgura for GQ Spain’s September issue. During the announcement that GQ wrote this week, they describe the new issue:

After observing – and sometimes suffering – all sorts of “unfortunate” situations (to use a euphemism) during the last months in the world: earthquakes, terrorist attacks, political radicalism, etc., we decided to tackle this November with a look more hopeful.

And talking about Pedro, they said:

The one that has nothing artificial intelligence, but rather quite and very human, is the Chilean-American actor Pedro Pascal, who, from our cover, describes how he is reaching the stratosphere of film stardom after his participation in titles such as Game of Thrones , Narcos and Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

I’m not sure if you can find it on stands in the U.S, please if you know if it’s avaliable, let us know and we’re going to edit this post to inform other fans. Scans and the new photoshoot will be added to our gallery soon.

  Rory   October 06, 2017

LOS ANGELES TIMES – When Pedro Pascal was a 26-year-old struggling actor, he moved into a cheap, one-bedroom apartment in Red Hook, Brooklyn. For much of the past 15 years, he strung together rent in the time-honored New York tradition of waiting tables and booking the occasional guest spot on “Law & Order.”

By his mid-30s, Pascal, who studied acting at New York University, was finally gaining steam with recurring parts in “The Good Wife” and “Brothers & Sisters.” But the real tipping point arrived when Pascal was cast as sexually voracious swordsman Oberyn Martell in Season 4 of “Game of Thrones,” a part he found out about when a young actor he was mentoring auditioned for it. Pascal put himself on tape, and sent it to his friend, Sarah Paulson, whose best friend Amanda Peet happens to be married to “Game of Thrones” showrunner David Benioff.

The part opened up a wave of opportunities for Pascal, who was born in Chile but raised in Texas and Orange County. The 42-year-old can currently be seen in an expanded role as DEA Agent Javier Peña in the Netflix drama “Narcos” and as Whiskey, a lasso-wielding secret agent in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” After careful consideration, Pascal finally gave up the dilapidated Red Hook apartment last year.

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