Netflix Released A Trailer For Narcos Season Three And They Turned A Well-Known Latino Comedian Into A Stone Cold Gangster

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“To take down the gentlemen of Cali, you’d have to be crazy, stupid, brave and lucky… all at the same time.”

Netflix dropped the jam packed season 3 official trailer for their hit show “Narcos.” Starting out with an intense showdown to the song “Poison,” the storyline appears to revolve around how the Cali Cartel was allowed to explode now that Pablo Escobar (SPOILER ALERT, but not really because it happened in real life) didn’t make it in the last season.

Along for the ride is “Narcos” season one and two alum, Pedro Pascal.

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Pascal also played the tragically debonaire Prince Oberon on another hit show, “Game Of Thrones.”

Another face you may find familiar is Miguel Angel Silvestre.

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Miguel plays the handsome actor “Lito Rodriguez” in Netflix’s other sensation “Sense8,” which after being canceled, was revived with an amazing Chancla campaign.

One actor, however, that no one was expecting, was stand up comedian, Gabriel Iglesias.

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That’s right, Mr. Fluffy himself in his first gun-toting, serious role, is on full display. And he doesn’t seem like the cake-loving, giddy boy we’ve all come to know in love in this role.

Iglesias was so pumped he posted about it on his Twitter.

If this trailer is any indication, it looks like Fluffy may not have a huge part this season, but maybe he’s better at dodging bullets than he looks.

READ: ‘Narcos’ Season 3 Will Tell The Story About One Cartel That Grew Under Escobar’s Shadow

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After Marc Anthony's Mother Passed Away People Questioned If It Was Too Soon For Him To Perform, But Fans And Even J.Lo Came Swarming To His Defense


After Marc Anthony’s Mother Passed Away People Questioned If It Was Too Soon For Him To Perform, But Fans And Even J.Lo Came Swarming To His Defense

Marc Anthony’s mother, Guillermina Muñiz, passed away last Thursday, July 27th. The announcement came to social media on both Anthony’s Twitter and Instagram accounts. The international salsa legend posted a touching message to his mother, calling her “my family’s hero, our rock, our protector, inspiration and now Angel…”

Anthony posted to social media thanking everyone for their prayers.

The full post on Instagram read:

Today at 12:10pm my families hero, our rock, our protector, inspiration and now ANGEL passed away. She left in peace, accompanied by all your prayers and well wishes for which we thank you all. Mami, I’m going to miss you so much! // Hoy a las 12:10pm la roca de nuestra familia, nuestro eje y héroe, nuestra protectora, inspiración, y ahora nuestro ÁNGEL, descansa para siempre. Se nos fue en paz, acompañada por todos los rezos, oraciones y deseos de buena voluntad de todos ustedes por los cuales le estoy eternamente agradecido. Mami, ¡me vas a hacer tanta falta!

Muñiz’s passing came only a few days after Anthony reported to the world that perhaps things weren’t going well with his mother.

Two days after her passing, as he had been scheduled, Anthony was back on stage.

As promised prior to his mother falling ill, he was set to perform the halftime show in Miami for El Clásico.

Some fans thought it was too soon for him to be performing.

But others applauded him for being able to go on with the show.

Audio issues for the televised ESPN broadcast, caused some to complain about Anthony’s performance and his fans weren’t having it.

This Twitter user thought the audio issues were unacceptable and someone should apologize to Anthony.

But the biggest show of support came from ex-wife and collaborator, Jennifer Lopez, who posted this beautiful photo of Anthony surrounded by his children.

“Just what the doctor ordered…” Lopez wrote, sharing a photo of Anthony smothered by his children, smiling and being loved. She finished with “Descansas en paz Ginny… te vamos a extreñar” (RIP Ginny, we’re going to miss you). It was a touching tribute for someone who raised a man that has brought so much joy to the world.

READ: As A Father It Makes Total Sense That Marc Anthony Released An Entire Album Just For Babies

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