Netflix's Money Heist season 5 official trailer
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The international hit from Netflix will be arriving very soon but the actors behind the scenes are struggling to say goodbye to the characters they’ve portrayed for years. Money Heist star Úrsula Corberó, who portrays the sassy Tokyo, has since expressed her love for the series and her fan-favourite character, and why she is desperate to get back into comedy.
The non-English-language series is one of Netflix’s most beloved series and viewers are distraught their favourite show will be coming to an end very soon.
Álvaro Morte, who stars as criminal mastermind The Professor, sets up an ambitious plan to escape the Royal Mint of Spain with €2.6billion.
The Bank of Spain later becomes a target in an increasingly dangerous second heist.
After being recruited by The Professor, Silene Oliveira, aka Tokyo (played by Corberó), assists him with an escape all while serving as the series’ unreliable narrator.
Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, Corberó discussed saying goodbye to her character and to the series that made her a star.
Discussing the last few weeks of filming, the actress said: “I remember I couldn’t stop crying while filming every scene.
“There was a pain in my stomach,” the star explained.
“Because a lot of crazy things happened to me with this show and my life changed.”
Corberó continued: “I feel grateful and proud and I will miss Tokyo so much.
“At the same time, I think she’ll be a part of me forever.”
The Tokyo actress refused to divulge any details about whether The Professor was murdered in the season four finale, however, recent photos suggest he is still alive.
Though she did tease that he is in greater danger than ever before as the team plan their elaborate escape.
The star also discussed her role as a comedic actress earlier in her career.
Having started out as a comedy actress, her role as Tokyo was quite the change but she loved the action of the series.
She also expressed a desire to return to her roots as all the stunts on Money Heist are “very tiring” but, in the end, they “look amazing so it’s worth it”.
“I also love comedy,” Corberó remarked, adding: “When they gave me the role of Tokyo, it was a big surprise to me.”
All Corberó could think after auditioning for the role of Tokyo was “they’ll never trust me to do these kinds of characters”.
Corberó was afraid her comedic background would prevent her from winning the role in the Spanish series.
However, after years of portraying the passionate and strong character, the actress admitted she “misses comedy” a lot.
She loves the fact comedy isn’t full of “suffering and crying” but will forever love Tokyo as “she’s so intense”.
Money Heist season five, part one will debut on September 3 on Netflix.
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