Ana de la Reguera is looking forward to an action-packed summer in store for her role in Army of the Dead as well as The Forever Purge two roles that, she says, took her outside of her comfort zone but were worthy of it.
The zombie film of Zack Snyder features the movie De La Reguera plays Cruz as one of a loose group of mercenaries led by Dave Bautista’s Scott Ward. The group travels to the quarantined Las Vegas zombie hotspot to steal millions of dollars.
I’ve never imagined myself in that way as a woman from Veracruz. She says she is famous for her roles in films like Nacho Libre and Cowboys & Aliens and series like Marcos and Goliath, and her comedy show Ana. However, Ana De La Reguera says acting as characters such as the savage, zombie-killing Cruz is what she likes the most in acting.
About Ana De La Reguera
She is a television and movie actress who is first recognized internationally for her performance in 2006’s Nacho Libre. She’s appeared in numerous shows like Marcos, Power, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, and Jane the Virgin. In 2019 she was cast as the protagonist on the sixth installment of The Purge saga.
She hosted the Televises Veracruz talks how called Ana De La Reguera.
Ana De La Reguera Trivia
She was Sister Encarnacion on the comedy movie Nacho Libre with Jack Black.
Ana De La Reguera Family Life
Her full name is Anabel Farooqui de la Remuera. Her mother was a winner for Miss Veracruz. She was a lover of the actor Tony Dalton, from 2018 to 2019. She was also in an affair with news anchor Jorge Ramos.
She was in the role with Jaime Camila and Gina Rodriguez in Jane the Virgin.
Biography in Ana De La Reguera
Ana de la Reguera grew in Veracruz, located on Veracruz, which will identify on the Gulf Coast of Mexico.
She began her performing arts studies at Veracruz’s Cultural Institute of Veracruz, later moving to the Televises Center for Artistic Education (CEA) and TV Azteca’s’ artistic institute (CEFAC) in Mexico City, taking lessons at the hands of Lisa Robertson and Aaron Spicer in Los Angeles and acting coach Juan Carlos Corazon in Spain. She performed at El Carter (Il Posting) in the theatre and dose awarded two awards.
One was for the Best Actress in the Association of Theatre Journalists in Mexico and the best year’s most promising Actress in the Association of Theatre Critics and Journalists.
You’d like to be completely different. Do things you wouldn’t perform in your everyday life, She says to THR.
Regarding her role in Forever Purge, which will be the fifth and final installment within the dystopian thriller series ana de la reguera is attempting to escape the unofficial Purge after being rescued from an illegal drug cartel.
The actress has decided to keep the essential details about her character secret. However, she notes that director Everard Gout plans to provide the audience with a Purge film that focuses on what’s going on in the world. There is a rift between Mexicans as well as Americans.
In advance of Army of the Dead hitting Netflix on May 21, the actress chats with about her intense summer projects, as well as making and starring in shows that are often not suitable for the participation of Latinas.
What was your favorite thing about this role?
It was an absolute blast, mainly because I’m not Cruz’s character. I’m terrible when it comes to guns and cars. Nobody would ever think of me in this way. I’ve never imagined myself as a person like that. However, it’s enjoyable when you do it or see yourself in a film similar to that. This is why I chose to become an actor. You’re trying to be something different.
You’re trying to break away from your routine and perform things you wouldn’t perform in everyday situations. I was extremely excited to wear the costumes each day, even if at some moment I thought, “Get you out! It’s hot. I don’t need to carry everything.
I was thrilled to have a role in a film that combines zombies with a heist, action, and comedy and contains a small amount of critique of the current events around the globe.
What are we expecting of the animated series that is coming to Netflix, Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas?
In the prequel, you’ll be able to know the backstory of Cruz along with how she, as well as Dave Bautista’s character Scott Ward, met the things we did before. In the film, a bit and show how we used to collaborate.
The war veteran group was a part of us, and all that. But you’ll be able to witness more action in the film. Snyder’s movie’s opening looks at a zombie-infested patient and the ultimate zombie takeover from Sin City, how we had to fight zombies before. We won’t be revealing too much, but it’s lots of entertainment.