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Este viernes 4 de agosto se confirmó el fallecimiento de Mark Margolis. Aquí te compartimos una de sus escenas más icónicas interpretando a Héctor Salamanca en Breaking Bad.
Este viernes 4 de agosto se confirmó el fallecimiento de Mark Margolis, reconocido actor estadounidense que le dio vida a Héctor Salamanca en Breaking Bad y Better Call Saul, dos de las producciones más importantes de la historia. Es por este motivo que se volvió viral una escena icónica que lo tiene como protagonista en la serie dirigida por el aclamado Vince Gilligan.
La misma ocurre en el final de la cuarta temporada de “Breaking Bad” en el capítulo titulado “Face Off” (“Cara a Cara”). En el mismo, Walter White y su socio, Jesse Pinkman idean una estrategia audaz para eliminar a Gustavo Fring, el líder de la banda. Allí Héctor Salamanca se convierte en una pieza fundamental del plan que termina teniendo éxito.
Héctor acepta que Walter y Jesse le coloquen una bomba en su silla de ruedas con el fin de eliminar a Gustavo, personaje con el que tiene distintos conflictos a lo largo de la serie. En una escena cargada de tensión logra su objetivo y el hombre interpretado por Mark Margolis también muere.
Esto se debe a que con un timbre final, Héctor activa la bomba y se produce una explosión devastadora en el hospital donde se encontraba junto a Gustavo Fring, quien luego da unos pasos hasta caer rendido. La muerte del líder de la banda hace que la vida de Walter White y Jesse Pinkman de un giro en la quinta y última temporada de la serie.
+Breaking Bad: ¿Cómo se llama el capítulo en el que muere Héctor Salamanca?
El icónico capítulo en el que muere Héctor Salamanca, personaje interpretado por Mark Margolis, se llama “Face Off” (“Cara a Cara”). El mismo fue bien recibido por la crítica y el público a tal punto que se convirtió en uno de los más importantes que tiene la icónica Breaking Bad.
+La muerte de Gus Fring y Héctor Salamanca
Wamiqa Gabbi Beats Shah Rukh Khan To Top IMDb Popular Indian Celebrities List
The top names on this week’s IMDb list of popular Indian celebrities include Shah Rukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Nayanthara, and others in the top 10. But none of them have achieved the No.1 spot. It is this popular actress who managed to top the list this week.
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Updated Oct 3, 2023 | 07:38 PM IST
In the ever-evolving world of Indian entertainment, it’s essential to keep an eye on who’s capturing the audience’s attention. IMDb has once again unveiled its weekly list of Popular Indian Celebrities.
This list is a testament to the stars who have managed to shine the brightest in the past week, and it’s determined by an impressive metric – more than 200 million monthly visits to IMDb worldwide.
Actress Wamiqa Gabbi emerged as the frontrunner this week. Well, Wamiqa Gabbi is all set to take the streaming world by storm with her upcoming role in Netflix’s highly anticipated spy thriller, Khufiya. Notably, the film has been written, produced, and directed by the acclaimed Vishal Bhardwaj.
As if that’s not enough, Gabbi has another exciting project lined up – a murder mystery titled Charlie Chopra & The Mystery of Solang Valley. It seems that Gabbi’s unique and diverse roles have garnered her significant attention and the top spot on this week’s IMDb list.
While Wamiqa Gabbi basks in her newfound glory, the second spot on the list was secured by Jaideep Ahlwat, who is known for his remarkable performance in Jaane Jaan. A true Bollywood legend, Shah Rukh Khan, claimed the No.3 position, proving that his star power is still shining brightly.
Interestingly, Jawan, a film that has been in theatres for close to a month, is still drawing audiences and making waves. This longevity has kept the film’s actors in the top 10 of IMDb’s list. On the other hand, Jaane Jaan made its debut on an OTT platform just over 10 days ago, indicating that it’s still fresh in the minds of viewers.
Hispanic Heritage Month: 10 celebrities you didn’t know had Latin roots
More and more celebrities are raising the profile of Latin America in the United States and globally. However, there are some that have been highly successful in the industry for several years and that you probably didn’t know had Latin roots.
In the framework of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), below, we share with you ten celebrities that you probably didn’t know have Latin blood
10 Celebrities you didn’t know had Latin roots
One of the most recognized artists globally and the self-proclaimed Queen of Christmas has Latin roots. Although his mother is of Irish origin, her paternal grandfather, Francisco Roberto Núñez, emigrated from Venezuela to the United States, changing his name to Frank Robert Carey.
Frankie Muniz became one of the most beloved teenagers on the small screen thanks to his leading role in Malcolm in the Middle. The actor, now 37 years old, was born and raised in the United States. However, Latin blood runs through his veins thanks to his father, Francisco III, who is native of Puerto Rico.
Famously played April Ludgate in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. She is half Puerto Rican thanks to her father. In fact, a large part of her family resides in Puerto Rico and she has always been proud of her Latin roots, although not many people know it…
“My uncles and aunts used to teach my friends how to dance salsa at all my birthday parties when I was in high school. It was… It was a little uncomfortable,” the actress revealed, laughing, a couple of years ago.
It’s no secret that Bella Thorne achieved international fame thanks to her performances as a child star on Disney Channel. Later, she made the leap to the big screen and ventured into the world of music. What not many know about the actress are her Latin roots, since Thorne’s father is from Cuba. In fact, Bella confessed that her native language was Spanish, but she stopped speaking it once she entered school.
“People ask me all the time: ‘How come you had a XV birthday party if you’re not Latina?’ It’s a little annoying that people don’t realize that I am Latina, but it’s okay because I’m there to tell them that I am. I love hearing people speak Spanish,” the former Disney girl revealed.
Alexis Bledel’s name became one of the best known in Hollywood after giving life to Rory Gilmore in Gilmore Girls. However, her roots are very different from those of her screen mom Lorelai. In an interview with Latina, Bledel revealed that while most people assume she is Irish, her mother was actually raised in Mexico, while her father is Argentinean.
The actress who starred in Homeland and Deadpool is originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. “I have this internal cultural struggle where there is a side of me that is very Brazilian who misses the food and the culture; and an American side that really loves structure. I feel like my drive and ambition are more American, while my passionate and relaxed side is completely Brazilian,” Morena recalled in an interview.
The Charlie’s Angels actress has Cuban roots thanks to her father, Emilio Díaz, who emigrated from Cuba to Florida to work as a cigar maker; This was revealed by the actress during an interview in 2011.
The mix of roots of Quentin Tarantino’s muse is truly surprising. The renowned actress is the daughter of Nena von Schlebrugge, a famous model who was born and raised in Mexico City, completely immersed in Mexican culture.
Nena, in turn, is the daughter of the German baron Friedrich Karl Johannes von Schlebrügge and the Swedish baroness Birgit Holmquist. In contrast, Thurman was born and raised in Amherst, Massachusetts, but has always been proud of its rich culture.
Bruno Mars, whose real name is Peter Gene Hernández, has Puerto Rican roots thanks to his father. Mars remembers his beginnings in music as a rather complicated process, since record label executives and producers They saw their Latin and Filipino roots – on their mother’s side – as defining traits. Nevertheless, Bruno managed to make a name for himself in the industry and now speaks with pride about his roots.
Like Bella Thorne, Victoria Justice rose to fame thanks to her starring roles in Nickelodeon children’s series. The popular Tori Vega from Victorious is of Puerto Rican descent through her mother, Serene Justice-Reed’s, side of the family.
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