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Nevertheless, we get to see the many facets of Escobar: the politician who garnered a reputation for helping the poor, positioning himself as a Robin Hood figure; the family man; and the gangster.“What surprised me [in doing research] was how very smart he was, how articulate and what a good organiser. I know a lot of people did that, but we have that in common.”After Escobar was killed in 1993, Mexico began to overtake Colombia as the drug smuggling capital of the world – which brings us to Del Toro’s other film coming up, Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario, which is centred on the border conflict between Mexican cartels and the FBI.Italian director Andrea Di Stefano has taken little titbits of fact and run with them, creating the fictional storyline of an American surfer, played by Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson, who falls in love with a local Colombian girl.She’s the niece of Pablo Escobar and, pretty soon, he’s hung up his surfboard and been put to work in the family business.Escobar, the so-called “King of Cocaine”, created a billion dollar smuggling industry moving cocaine from Colombia to the USA in the 1980s. “I wasn’t interested in doing a biopic and I thought it was going to be one of those.” But, eventually persuaded to read the script, he found it was “a really clever way of seeing Pablo, and it was not about Pablo really”.
His movie career is more extensive, beginning with 1988's Big Top Pee-wee, followed by Licence To Kill (where, at 21, he became the youngest Bond Villain ever), Money For Nothing (with Michael Madsen), Fearless (with John Turturro), The Usual Suspects (with Suzy Amis, Giancarlo Esposito, and Dan Hedaya), The Fan (with Wesley Snipes, John Leguizamo, and Patti D'Arbanville), Joyride, Snatch (with Dennis Farina), Traffic (with Tomas Milian, for which del Toro won the 2000 Best Supporting Actor Academy Award), 21 Grams (with Melissa Leo, for which del Toro was nominated for his second Best Supporting Actor Academy Award), Sin City, Somewhere, Jimmy P.Benicio Monserrate Rafael del Toro Sánchez (born February 19, 1967.Santruce, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican actor known as Benicio del Toro, who appeared as Pito, an ex-con member of the Mi Vida Loca theatre group, in the episode "Everybody's in Showbiz" of the series Miami Vice.actor was a guest alongside Diane Lane and Benicio Del Toro, who confirmed he learned how to be “cool” from a book he once read.Benicio talked about how the book taught readers how to catch a fly with their hand in a cool way, so James asked Michael how he’d catch a fly. Right after the appearance, Michael caught a flight out of LAX Airport.