Amigos del español

Tim Robbins

Tim Robbins is one of Hollywood\'s longtime good guys, with years of famed films and passionate activism to his credit. Last month he premiered in HBO the show Here and Now, the tale of a diverse family tested by unlikely circumstances. It also features Holly Hunter, Sosie Bacon, Avynn Crowder-Jones, Jerrika Hinton and Raymond Lee.

Jane Fonda

The first label slapped on Jane was Henry Fonda’s daughter, but soon, her talent and her beauty proved that she was a force in herself. The sexy Barbarella from the sixties became an activist in the seventies and the queen of fitness in the eighties.

Idris Elba

Life is not about stopping before the storm, but about learning to live in the rain; with that philosophy, Idris Elba builds a Renaissance existence in the middle of the millennium. Elba is the man of the moment, we have not recovered from the end of Luther's fourth season, when he premieres four films in less than three months: The Dark Tower, The Mountain Between Us, Molly's Game and Thor; Ragnakor. Icon of fashion and star of Hollywood, the Briton also is in the television starring: Luther and Guerrilla.

Elizabeth Moss

U.S. awarded actress Elisabeth Moss said she was optimistic on the role of women in cinema nowadays in an interview in Cannes. She was there to promote The Square, the Swedish movie that won the Palm D’Or at the French International Film Festival. But also, Elizabeth had the TV series Top of the Lake by Jane Campion. Nominated to the Emmy’s for best dramatic actress in the series The Handmaid’s Tale, Moss is with no doubt the star of the moment.

Charlie Hunnam

He is the new king of Hollywood, Charlie Hunnam, the guy who looks more than Brad Pitt when he was young, even more than Pitt, is the lead actor in the movie King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. But Hunnam is also the protagonist of the film Lost City of Z, that it was shot in Colombia. Now and again a country decides that it’s time to spend some money to improve the climate for film and TV production.

Michael Caine

Going in Style is a remake of a 1979 caper comedy that originally starred Art Carney, George Burns and Lee Strasberg. In this version, Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin are three lovable retirees whose company pension disappears after some high-finance shenanigans. So, faced with homelessness, they do what anybody would do. They decide to rob a bank. In New York, Sir Michael Caine confessed his passion for the Spanish Culture, his limited with the Spanish and declares that he is not coming from Europe but Brexit.