Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Elsa Pataky and Vin Diesel have Fast and Furious 5 in Madrid

Elsa Pataky has appeared in Madrid with Vin Diesel "Fast and Furious 5", the fifth film in this popular series that has already served ten years. In this act, the actress said she feels admiration for the "hard" work of Spanish and Antonio Banderas, Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz in Hollywood: "I take my hat." He has also said that the struggle is constant and that is not easy to get where they have come.

Acknowledges that the presence of Spanish actors in Hollywood as the former has made the rest will give them opportunities. Elsa joked with her husband to see who has done more interviews in one day. Yesterday, the actress and her partner were in the nest Diesel and tonight it is the turn to the attractive husband Chris Hemsworth is promoting Thor, to be stiff competition from the Champions League match that pits Real Madrid-Barcelona.

"It's very funny, but it has never been a premiere partner each day the blockbuster movie", although she is committed to yours. "And over here in Spain." Ensures that he misses work in Spain because in Hollywood everything is cold. "With Elsa I felt the same chemistry that I felt ten years ago with Michelle.

She has beauty, even the innocence and sensitivity to the audience empathize with her, but the film also takes chemistry. " It has also revealed SPOILERS! that in the next installment, Pataky "going to have to fight for her man has already suffered the loss of his love once and I do not settle easily." In this sequel, the ex-cop Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), his girlfriend Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster) and her husband, the ex-con Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel)-illegal racers, "hide from the law in Rio Janeiro.

They decide to make one last job to gain their freedom, "pluck" Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida), a corrupt businessman who manages the business in the favelas. The agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and his assistant Elena (Elsa Pataky) looking for the fugitives on the battlefield from the streets of Brazil.

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