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Pedro Pascal for GQ México y Latam



She is the icon and she is the moment --

What's that you say? Another Pedro post? Well it beats yet another Chris post, sooo...

Mr. Pascal recently did a profile with GQ México y Latam, officially making him, in ancient ONTD parlance, a 'GQ motherfucker/BAMF'.


On Chile and being Chilean-American: "To be in Chile is to be at home, but my life has been very nomadic, living different places and having many influences; so it is strange, I do not feel as though my identity is completely Chilean or completely American."

My parents are Chilean, my brothers were born there before my parents traveled [...] It has always been there [..] and it will always be a part of me. I don't know if this answers your question, but it has a lot to do with who I am."

On Latin-American cinema: It means as much to him as American cinema, and Y tu mamá también is one of his favourite films.

On his upcoming project with Nicolas Cage: "It's my first shot at comedy, as a complete story within the genre. Speaking of American influences, in the 80s I saw all the films starring Nicolas Cage. It's great to be his partner after seeing all his performances."

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I had to use Google Translate to convert the text to English. I'm so sorry Spanish-speaking ONTDers </3
Tags: interview, latino celebrities, magazine covers and articles, pedro pascal
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