Diego covers ‘Cosas’ Mexico Magazine.
Oct 28, 2017

Diego is at the cover of the most recent Cosas magazine cover. They did a list with the 50 more admirable Mexicans (including Diego, Gael García Bernal, Salma Hayek, Alfonso Cuarón, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Emmanuel Lubezki, Guillermo del Toro among others) and you can now find digital scans added in our gallery.

More Photos From Morelia Festival
Oct 26, 2017

Earlier this week Diego visited the Morelia Film Festival, in Mexico, and alongside Gael presented the Ambulante documentary fund raise for the victims of the recent earthquakes. We have some pictures of it added, as well more pictures from the “Y Tu Mama También” screening.

Website: Regarding the ‘Woody Allen Project’
Oct 23, 2017

Since it was announced that Diego would make a movie with Woody Allen, a lot has been said among his fans. I am not personally an Allen’s fan and I understand why so many people were upset at the time.

Unfortunately, we do not have the power to decide what a favorite actor will or will not do. And, talking about Diego, it’s a done deal because he has already filmed his scenes.

Earlier today, Page Six shared some information regarding the movie. The plot disgusted me.

In scenes just filmed, a character played by Rebecca Hall accuses 44-year-old actor Jude Law’s character of having sex with a 15-year-old “concubine.” In the scene, the so-called concubine — played by Elle Fanning (19 in real life) — acknowledges her relationship with Law’s much-older character, but then protests that she is 21 years old. After a discussion about his infidelity, Fanning’s character then asks Law, “Were all these women for pleasure, or were you researching a project?”

Considering all that happened in recent weeks regarding Harvey Weinstein – who, let’s remember, was the backer of Allen’s career in the early 1990s, in the height of the accusations made by his ex-wife Mia Farrow – it is unacceptable having a film with this plot. At least, for me. I understand some of you won’t see this subject on the same point of view, but as I said before, while we can’t decide what he do on his professional career, its up to us standing for what we believe.

For this reason, for now on, this movie won’t be promoted in our website. I won’t share anything regarding this project, like it doesn’t exist.

I sincerely, as a fan, hope Diego choose better projects in the future.

‘Y Tu Mamá También’ Screening at Morelia Festival
Oct 23, 2017

Y Tu Mamá También had a special screening last night at the Morelia International Film Festival, which was attended by one of its protagonists, Diego Luna, writer Carlos Cuarón and Marco Antonio Solis, responsible by the theme song “Si No Te Hubieras Ido”.

Carlos remembered the film, that was directed by his brother Alfonso 16 years ago, in a political and social context different from the current one.

“Those who were teenagers at that time are now at Diego’s age, because the country has changed, and Y Tu Mamá También was also filmed under the government of Ernesto Zedillo, but we released it under the new ‘Mexican democracy’ with Fox, we spent 16 years in which we have walked back”, said Carlos quoting the word democracy with the fingers.

You can see the pictures of the event in our gallery.

‘Privacidad’ Mexico City Opening
Oct 14, 2017

Our gallery was updated with pictures of Diego last Thursday in Mexico City for the opening of Privacidad.