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“Deepwater Horizon” Blu-Ray Captures

“Deepwater Horizon” has been out on Blu-Ray for a couple of days now and we’ve added screen captures of Gina as Andrea Fleytas to our gallery. Be sure to check them out!

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Movie Productions > Deepwater Horizon (2016) > Blu-Ray Captures

“Deepwater Horizon” New Orleans Premiere

Gina attended the “Deepwater Horizon” premiere in New Orleans yesterday. She looked absolutely stunning during the event. A couple of photos from the premiere and the after party have been added to our gallery. Hopefully more will follow soon!

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Public Appearances > 2016 > Sep 19 | “Deepwater Horizon” New Orleans Premiere
Public Appearances > 2016 > Sep 19 | “Deepwater Horizon” New Orleans Premiere After Party

“Deepwater Horizon” Premiere at TIFF

Gina Rodriguez attended the world premiere of her movie “Deepwater Horizon” at the Toronto International Film Festival. Photos of her during the event have been added to our gallery as well as photos from the after party! “Deepwater Horizon” will be in cinemas on September 30.

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Public Appearances > 2016 > Sep 13 | Toronto International Film Festival – “Deepwater Horizon” Premiere
Public Appearances > 2016 > Sep 13 | Toronto International Film Festival – “Deepwater Horizon” Premiere After Party

Official “Deepwater Horizon” Trailer

The official trailer for “Deepwater Horizon” has been released as well as some character posters. We’ve added two posters, a production still and screen captures from the trailer to our gallery. Be sure to check them out. “Deepwater Horizon” is set to be released on September 30 in the U.S.

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“Deepwater Horizon” Teaser Trailer

The first teaser trailer for Gina’s movie “Deepwater Horizon” was released a little over a week ago. Be sure to check it out below if you haven’t seen it yet!

Gina on the dangers of being an It Girl

“What you realize is you need to enjoy each experience and enjoy each project,” Golden Globe winner tells TheWrap

While “Jane The Virgin” won Gina Rodriguez her first Golden Globe and is unequivocally her breakout moment, the actress has had brushes with fame before.

In 2012, Rodriguez earned raves at the Sundance Film Festival for her lead performance in indie “Filly Brown,” and the actress admits she herself even bought into the hype.

“With ‘Filly Brown,’ I thought — it’s Sundance, and I’m going to be this It Girl, I’m going to be like Jennifer Lawrence. I was ready to play a superhero! I’m ready to do this!” Rodriguez told TheWrap. “And it didn’t look like that. What you realize is you need to enjoy each experience and enjoy each project, and everything comes to an end. It’s not about what that’s supposed to lead to, it’s not about what your career is then supposed to look like.”

How Rodriguez’s career looks like now is brighter than ever. The CW has embraced its risky pickup of a drama based on a Venezuelan telenovela — with all the crazy twists and turns to match — and even used Rodriguez’s own Golden Globe acceptance speech transcript as a cornerstone of the show’s Emmy campaign.

On top of the awards attention, Rodriguez also landed her largest film role to date, as one of the leads in Peter Berg‘s next movie, “Deepwater Horizon,” opposite Mark Wahlberg. She’s filming it now, in between seasons on “Jane.”

In an interview, Rodriguez discussed how far she’s come since “Filly Brown,” the pressures she faces now that she’s becoming a bigger star, and why she’s glad to be trading in Jane’s fake belly for a real baby next season.

We’ve known since “Filly Brown” that you were destined for a breakout at some point. Was there something about “Jane The Virgin” in the beginning that felt to you like this is the one?
I really learned a lot about myself after “Filly Brown.” I learned that everything that’s come across my path and every experience that I’ve had has contributed to my character as a human being and as an artist. Everything’s going to end, everything’s going to have an end chapter, so if you’re enjoying that experience, if you’re enjoying that project, you’re not worried about what the rest of it is going to look like or where you’re supposed to go from there. I learned a lot from that because that’s what I thought was going to happen.

Then with “Jane,” I was being told time and time again the premise is silly and the title, oh my god it’s a telenovela, but I felt the strength and I knew what she (creator and showrunner Jennie Urman) had written and I knew what we had done, and it was like the last thing people thought of this project. And this project has given me huge wings to fly, and I’m so grateful for that. But I’m going to do the same thing, I’m just going to enjoy it and learn from it. “Jane” will eventually have an end chapter and I want to make sure I’m not letting anything go by. I’m not going to worry about what it’s going to lead to but more what it’s doing for my life right now.
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