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April 4, 2013 Gallery, Paradise Lost

Here’s another photo of Benicio and actors/extras on the set of “Paradise Lost”!


April 3, 2013 Gallery, Licence to Kill

I added 200 DVD captures of Benicio in “Licence to Kill” (1989) as well as movie stills and promotional images.

Movies > (1989) Licence to Kill > DVD Captures
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April 2, 2013 Gallery, Paradise Lost

Here’s a new photo of Benicio as Pablo Escobar on the set of “Paradise Lost”. According to the article going with the photo, Benicio will be in Panama working on the movie for a month and a half.

March 30, 2013 Gallery, Paradise Lost

Oscar winner, Benicio Del Toro as colombian narco trafficker Pablo Escobar, filming this afternoon “The Lost Paradise” in Isla Colon Bocas del Toro, saying hello to Staff


March 29, 2013 Gallery, Paradise Lost

I added the first photos of Benicio as Pablo Escobar in “Paradise Lost”, courtesy of Panama America and Marlon Gonzales.

March 27, 2013 Gallery, Magazine Scans

I added a scan from the December Issue of CKM, featuring a gorgeous photo of Benicio!

March 26, 2013 Gallery, Public Appearances

I added 137 HQ photos from various events.

Public Appearances > 2001 > 73rd Academy Awards (03/25/01)
Public Appearances > 2003 > The 2003 Empire Magazine Awards (02/05/03)
Public Appearances > 2003 > Toronto International Film Festival – ’21 Grams’ Press Conference (09/08/03)
Public Appearances > 2004 > Hollywood Bowl Post Concert Performance for Opera Singer Renee Fleming (07/27/04)
Public Appearances > 2004 > ‘Criminal’ Premiere (08/30/04)
Public Appearances > 2007 > At the Presidential Palace in La Paz (12/03/07)
Public Appearances > 2008 > EDMISTON Private Dinner (12/03/08)
Public Appearances > 2009 > Premiere of ‘Che’ in Caracas (03/03/09)
Public Appearances > 2009 > 37th Annual AFI Lifetime Achievement Awards (06/11/09)
Public Appearances > 2010 > ‘The Wolfman’ Russian Premiere (02/02/10)
Public Appearances > 2010 > ‘The Wolfman’ Press Conference in Tokyo (03/03/10)
Public Appearances > 2010 > Promoting ‘The Wolfman’ In Madrid (02/04/10)
Public Appearances > 2010 > 63rd Cannes Film Festival – Celebrity Sightings (05/16/10)
Public Appearances > 2010 > Visit the National School Florestan Fernandes in Sao Paulo, Brazil (09/17/10)
Public Appearances > 2010 > 63rd Cannes Film Festival – Celebrity Sightings (05/18/10)
Public Appearances > 2011 > Opening Ceremony of Lumiere Film Festival in Lyon (10/04/11)
Public Appearances > 2011 > Press Conference for ‘Seven Days in Havana’ (12/09/11)
Public Appearances > 2011 > Press Conference for ‘Seven Days in Havana’ in Havana (03/10/11)
Public Appearances > 2011 > Out in Havana, Cuba (02/28/11)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards (04/21/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > Leaving The Majestic Hotel During The 65th Cannes Film Festival (05/22/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 60th San Sebastian Film Festival – Arrivals (09/22/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival – Photocall of ‘7 Dias en la Habana’ (05/23/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 60th San Sebastian Film Festival – ‘7 Days in Havana’ Photocall (09/24/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 60th San Sebastian Film Festival – Leaves his Hotel (09/25/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > 60th San Sebastian Film Festival – Greet Fans (09/24/12)
Public Appearances > 2012 > Movie exhibition during the second edition of the Film at Puerto Rican Museum of Art (11/30/12)

March 25, 2013 Paradise Lost

Brady Corbet, who stars in the upcoming IFC release Simon Killer, has signed on to star with Benicio Del Toro and Josh Hutcherson in Paradise Lost. The drama is about notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and it was written and marks the directing debut of Andrea di Stefano. Corbet plays the brother of Hutcherson’s character. Hutcherson’s character visits Colombia, meets the love of his life, only to see things go awry when he meets her uncle Pablo. The film will begin production in Panama in March.


March 21, 2013 Jimmy P.

Morten Krogh had the chance to interview Michelle Thrush and she, of course, talked about her movie with Benicio, “Jimmy Picard”.

Morten: You has recently booked a supporting role in, Jimmy Picard, a drama directed by Arnaud Desplechin. It’s a true story of a friendship between a Native American and a French psychoanalyst. Apart from the world-renowned actor Benicio Del Toro, Mathieu Amalric, and Gina McKee will also star in this upcoming flick…and I know it will do really well in the theaters world wide. You play Benicio Del Toro’s sister. Can you tell us about your character?

I can tell you something about the film. It takes place in 1948 after the war. It is real book I think its called “Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian”. It is a great script! I know the director tried for over two years to find the right actor and in the end he decided to go with a movie star to fill the seats. But the skins that are in it are Misty Upham, Gary Farmer, A Martinez, Jennifer Podemski, and myself. I am sure there are more but those are the names. It is a really Freudian based script and all the characters are real. It is basically about Benicio’s character (Jimmy Picard) was injured in World War ll, and he and I are brother and sister. I raised him so we are really close and he has a head injury, so I bring him to Kansas and get him seen, and they say it is not a physical injury, but psychological, so they place him in analysis with a quirky guy who is played by Mathieu Amalric (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), who gets into his thoughts and analyzeshis dreams etc. It is directed by Arnaud Desplechins whom is a huge director in France, and he told me he hand picked his cast. I am having a blast doing this and Benicio is a beautiful soul whom is one of the most dedicated and present actors I have ever worked with. I am also shooting Arctic Air right now in Canada, so I am going back and forth and that is a little taxing but it is all good, can’t complain about too much work!

Read the whole interview at the source