Miss Bala
Tribeca: After nine years of Hollywood frustration, Mexican auteur Gerardo Naranjo returns home for a raw and sketchy 16mm love triangle.
With a lack of franchise titles, early box-office results suggest that audience levels haven't been this low since 1994.
As the filmmaker debuts "Miss Bala," she reflects on the systematic ways in which women start in "a negative space" before shooting even a single scene.
Catherine Hardwicke's bland remake of a good Mexican kidnapping movie is the latest example of Hollywood eating its own.
“If I have hurt you, I am sorry, and I will always be sorry,” Rodriguez said during a SiriusXM radio interview.
The upcoming Columbia Pictures release is the English-language remake of Gerardo Naranjo's 2011 drama of the same name.
Gina Rodriguez has been tapped to star in the remake of the 2011 Mexican drama, according to reports.
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