This week Karla has been very busy as she’s in Mexico City promoting her new film ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ and she’s been part of several interviews that I will share with you now. All the interviews are in Spanish and whenever I have time I’ll try to write the subtitles for them.
I’ve added to the gallery three promotional photos of ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ to the gallery. I also have added two magazine scans from Caras (the interview will be translated into English shortly) and the cover of Red Capital (I’m trying to get the magazine)
After its premiere at the Palm Springs Film Festival, ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ got its first early review from The Hollywood Reporter. Karla’s performance was praised as you will be able to see in the full review below.
The Botton Line: Scintillating cast sails right over a rickety rom-com script.
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER — This bilingual romantic comedy set in Los Angeles and Baja centers on a successful doctor trying to heal her personal life.
One of the crowd-pleasing world premiere films shown this year in Palm Springs is a bilingual romantic comedy, Everybody Loves Somebody, which doesn’t break any new ground thematically but still manages to make an appealing addition to the rom-com genre. Pantelion Films will release it in the U.S. and should find a sympathetic audience, especially if the picture is shrewdly marketed in parts of the country with sizable Latino populations.
But the main reason for the movie’s success is its irresistible cast. Souza manages to make us care about Clara even when she’s behaving atrociously. Her sassy spirit has us rooting for her to escape her downward spiral, but there’s no sentimentality in her portrayal.
Yesterday, Karla assisted the screening of her brand new film ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ at the Palm Springs Film Festival. I’m so proud of her and she looked so beautiful. Be sure to check out the photos in the gallery.
The new trailer of Karla’s next film “Everybody Loves Somebody” is out and I must say it looks amazing. The film will be released in February of next year in Mexico under the title “Todos Queremos a Alguien.” Here’s the official trailer.
Karla Souza has booked a role in Jacob’s Ladder, director David M. Rosenthal’s re-imagining of the 1990 thriller. She will play Annie/Angel, a trauma nurse who works with Jacob’s medical crew in Afghanistan. The LD Entertainment film was scripted by Jeff Buhler and Sarah Thorp. Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon and Jennifer Monroe at LD Entertainment will produce alongside Alison Rosenzweig and Michael Gaeta of Gaeta/Rosenzweig Films.
Yesterday ¿Que Culpa Tiene el Niño? premiered in Mexico City at the Metropolitan Theater. Karla wore a stunning Burberry dress. I had the pleasure to attend the premiere thanks to Grupo Habita and was able to meet most of the cast, but most importantly I was able to meet my idol, Karla Souza. Not only she is a beautiful woman, but an amazing human being. She took pictures with the fans and signed autographs (glad to say I was one of those lucky fans). Let me tell you that the movie is amazing, it’s so funny but there are moments when I thought I was about to cry. Karla and the rest of the cast were amazing. Please if you have the chance to watch it do it. You can also watch a video of Karla presenting the movie below (filmed by me)
I’ve added pictures of Karla from the Guadalajara press conference and the premiere of ¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Niño? Also from the press conference in Monterrey from today. Stay tuned for more pictures of tonight’s premiere in Monterrey.