Fernanda Romero

The experience of Hollywood is shifting and with the latest accomplishment of Eugenio Derbez in "Instructions Not Included" the studios will without doubt want to faucet into the marketplace and cater to Latinos. The 30-12 months-previous actress had a chat with LatinTimes the place she talked about her new movie, her struggles in Hollywood and the significantly necessary Immigration Reform. Fernanda is a triple danger as she is an actress, product and singer. It was the latter that kicked off her profession in the amusement world when she was component of teen-pop group, "Fryzzby." She later on moved on to Univision the place she hosted a segment on "Control" and took small roles in Telemundo telenovelas like "El Alma Herida" and "La Ley del Silencio." Romero has arrive a extended way and in her most recent project titled "Ghost Group A single," Fernanda stars opposite Carlos Santos and J.R. Villareal.

Her character belives that the spirit of a vengeful madam is haunting her residence. "She's a woman that really enjoys ghosts," she explained about her character named Fernanda. "She is a ghost fanatic and these two fellas [Santos and Villareal] start to tumble in really like with her when they occur with each other right after they feel their property is haunted." The trio then make a decision to make a documentary about a murder that took place in their property and quickly seize supernatural action that sets the character's off into some whacky situations. This is not Fernanda's 1st foray in the horror style as her credits consist of "The Eye" which starred Jessica Alba and "Drag Me To Hell," the movie directed by Sam Raimi with Alison Lohman, Justin Prolonged and Adriana Barraza. "I love the genre," she suggests. "This one is far more of a comedy and I really like the fusion. The film has comparable methods witnessed on 'Project X' and 'Paranormal Action.'" The motion picture was filmed totally in Los Angeles and considerably of the scenes had been improvised. "It really is the first time I've experienced to improvise in a movie and I really appreciated it. This experience was new to me and pushes me as an actress to other amounts of acting." "Ghost Group One" will be introduced in decide on theatres, on-demand and electronic platforms beginning October eleven. (Look at the trailer down beneath)Fernanda is a operating actress that is in constant motion. If she is not marketing this new movie, she is filming episodes of the NuevON sequence "Chamacas" or in a photo shoot for a style line campaign for Mango. It's that difficult doing work Latino spirit that can make Romero an inspiration for Latino's out there that struggle or feel they can not make it in a specified industry simply because of their heritage. "It's a constant fight of trying to keep enthusiastic and pushing forward," the actress said. "It's at times difficult because it's a competitive field but 1 has to constantly be consistently getting ready onself. At times I do say, 'I can not maintain going' or 'I do not really feel enthusiastic anymore' but then I realize that I have to press myself even harder."

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