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Benicio attended the Los Angeles Photocall of ‘Sicario: Day Of The Soldado’on June 14. I added 17 photos to the gallery!

Roundup news :

Benicio upcoming Talk Shows appearances :

    “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on CBS, Monday, June 18
    “Good Morning America” on ABC, Tuesday, June 19
    “Late Night with Seth Meyers” on NBC, Tuesday, June 19

June 13, 2018 Gallery, Public Appearances

Benicio and Josh Brolin attended the Mexcico Premiere of ‘Sicario: Day Of The Soldado’. I added 77 photos to the gallery. Thanks to my friend Claudia for them!

June 13, 2018 Gallery, Interview, Magazine Scans

I added HD scans from the UK edition of Esquire and the French edition of Premiere!

May 10, 2018 Gallery, Public Appearances

Benicio is currently attending the 71st Annual Cannes Film Festival as President of the “Un Certain Regard” Jury.I added photos from the “Everybody Knows (Todos Lo Saben)” Red Carpet and the Jury Photocall.

April 28, 2018 Gallery, News, Soldado

– Cannes wouldn’t be Cannes without Benicio attending…The Cannes Film Festival runs May 8-19 and Benicio will attend as the President of the jury for Un Certain Regard.

– Benicio is the executive producer of The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo, a documentary about the life of Oscar Zeta Acosta. Benicio played him in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. You can purchase the DVD here.

– I have updated the gallery with Sicario : Day of the Soldado productions stills and posters.

April 28, 2018 Gallery, Public Appearances

Benicio attended CinemaCon on April 23 and 26. He was awarded “Male Star of the Year”. Be sure to watch his acceptance speech here!

February 22, 2018 Movies, News, Projects

Benicio del Toro has joined the documentary “The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo” as its executive producer, Variety has learned exclusively.

Directed by Phillip Rodriguez, the film explores the life of Oscar Zeta Acosta, who was a firebrand Chicano lawyer, writer, activist, and the real-life inspiration behind Hunter S. Thompson’s Dr. Gonzo in the 1971 novel “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream.”

Del Toro portrayed Dr. Gonzo opposite Johnny Depp’s Raoul Duke in director Terry Gilliam’s 1998 “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” then won an Academy Award for “Traffic” in his next role. Del Toro also executive produced indie films “Lovesickness” in 2007 and “Viva” in 2015.

“We are ecstatic to have Benicio nurturing this project in his role as executive producer,” Rodriguez said. “Few people can speak to Acosta’s humanity and complexity like Benicio, who interpreted him for the big screen with such brilliance. It’s really a natural fit.”

Acosta was an attorney, politician and author during the early 1970s and wrote the novels “Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo” and “The Revolt of the Cockroach People.” Acosta disappeared in 1974 during a trip to Mexico and was never found.

“The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo” uses archival footage with dramatized recreations and interviews. It also explores issues of racial identity, criminal justice, politics, and media representation that defined Acosta’s legacy.The documentary premieres on March 23 as a Voces special on PBS.

Major funding for “The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo” is provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by Latino Public Broadcasting and California Humanities. The film is produced Rodriguez’s Los Angeles-based production company, City Projects, LLC.