|Born||Allisson Marian Lozano Núñez
(1992-08-11) August 11, 1992
|Other names||Alisson Lozano|
|Spouse(s)||Eliu Gutierrez (2011-present)|
|Children||London Rose (b. 2012)
Sydney (b. 2015)
|Genres||Pop, Latin Pop|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, Actress, Model|
Allisson Marian Lozano Núñez (August 11, 1992 in Chihuahua, Mexico), better known as Allisson Lozano or her artistic name Allisson Lozz, is a former Mexican actress, model and singer. She is best known for her roles in the Mexican telenovelas Mision S.O.S as Diana, in Rebelde as Bianca, in Al Diablo con los Guapos as Milagros, and En Nombre del Amor as Paloma.
Lozano started her career on television with the program Código F.A.M.A.. She received her first opportunity to play an adult main character on Al Diablo con los Guapos, which became a popular daytime telenovela. She performed her song, No Me Supiste Querer, with K-Paz de la Sierra on April 27, 2008 at Premios TVyNovelas.
Lozano appears in the videoclip for Carita Bonita by reggaeton duo Erre XI. In 2010, after the success of En Nombre del Amor, Lozano retired from acting, having become a Jehovah’s Witness. On January 15, 2011 she married Eliu Gutiérrez. She has two daughters, London Rose (born 2012) and Sydney (born 2015).
|2003-04||Alegrijes y Rebujos||Allison Rebolledo||Antagonist|
|2004-05||Mision S.O.S||Diana Lozano||Protagonist|
|2005-06||Rebelde||Bianca Delight Abril||Recurring Character|
|2006-07||Las Dos Caras de Ana||Paulina Gardel Durán||Supporting Role|
|2007-08||Al Diablo con los Guapos||Milagros “Mili, Miligol” Ballesteros/Milagros Belmonte Ramos Arango de Miranda||Protagonist|
|2008-09||En Nombre del Amor||Paloma Gamboa Espinoza de los Monteros de Sáenz||Protagonist|
|2005||La energía de Sonric’slandia||HErself / Leta||Host|
|2006||Amor Mío||Luz Valenzuela|
|2007||Objetos Perdidos||Various characters|
|RBD: season 2||Bianca||Various episodes|
|50 Años de la telenovela: Mentiras y Verdades||Guest|
|2008||La Rosa De Guadalupe||Kika|
- Misión S.O.S. Especial de Navidad
- Misión S.O.S
- Disco Alegrije
- Disco Rebujo
- Navidad Alegrije
- Navidad Rebujo
- Código F.A.M.A.
- Proyecto Estrella
Awards and nominations
|2009||Best Young Lead Actress||Al diablo con los guapos||Nominated|
Premios People en Español
|2009||Best Couple with Sebastián Zurita||En nombre del amor||Nominated|
|Best Young Actress|
- 2009: Named by the magazine People en español as one of “Los 50 más bellos”.
Ana Brenda Contreras
|Ana Brenda Contreras|
|Born||Ana Brenda Contreras Pérez
(1986-12-24) December 24, 1986
McAllen, Texas, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Alejandro Amaya (m. 2013; div. 2014)|
|Partner(s)||Iván Sánchez (2015–present)|
Contreras was born in McAllen, Texas on December 24. Due to this, her family call her Niky for San Nicolas. She moved to Mexico City at age 15, to join the reality show Pop Stars, where she was a finalist and member of a group, T’detila, who released an album with the same name. In 2003, she joined Televisa‘s Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) to study acting.
In 2005, she portrayed Juanita in her debut telenovela, Barrera de amor, produced by Ernesto Alonso. In 2006, Contreras participated in a production of Grease. That same year, she had a role in the novela Duelo de Pasiones as Claudia, which was produced by Juan Osorio.
In 2008, she starred in the film Divina Confusion, directed by Salvador Garcini. She also starred as the protagonist, Violeta Madrigal, in the telenovela Juro Que Te Amo, which was produced by MaPat. In 2009, producer Carla Estrada offered her the role as the main antagonist of the telenovela Sortilegio. That same year, Contreras acted in an episode of the TV series Mujeres Asesinas. She also had a role in the series Tiempo Final.
In 2010, Contreras played the co-protagonist of Teresa. She also played Carol in the musical Timbiriche. Contreras later starred in the telenovela La que no podia amar (2011) as Ana Paula, the lead protagonist. In 2013, Contreras starred in Nathalie Lartilleux‘s telenovela Corazón indomable, a remake of Marimar, alongside Daniel Arenas. Two years later, she played the lead role in Salvador Mejía Alejandre’s telenovela Lo imperdonable alongside Iván Sánchez.
Contreras married Alejandro Amaya in a civil ceremony in Las Vegas on April 4, 2013. On May 14, 2014, she sent a press release informing the permanent separation with her spouse. In February 2016, it was confirmed by her Lo Imperdonable co-star Iván Sánchez that the two are in a relationship.
|2009||Cabeza de buda||Invitada 2||Uncredited|
|2014||Volando bajo||Mariana Arredondo|
|2017||El que busca encuentra||Esperanza (Penny)||Protagonist|
|2005||Barrera de amor||Juana “Juanita” Sánchez||Supporting Role|
|2006||Duelo de pasiones||Claudia||Supporting Role|
|2008-2009||Juro que te amo||Violeta Madrigal||Protagonist|
|2009||Mujeres asesinas||Marcela Garrido||Episode: “Las Garrido, codiciosas”|
|2009||Sortilegio||Maura Albarrán||Main Antagonist|
|2011-2012||La que no podía amar||Ana Paula Carmona||Protagonist|
|2013||Corazón indomable||Maricruz Olivarez / Maria Alejandra Mendoza Olivarez||Protagonist|
|2015||Lo imperdonable||Verónica Prado Castelo||Protagonist|
|2016-17||Blue Demon||Goyita Vera||Protagonist|
|2018||Por amar sin ley||Alejandra Ponce||Protagonist|
Awards and recognition
Premios Diosas de Plata
|2009||Female Revelation||Divina confusión||Won|
|2015||Special Performance by an Actress||Volando bajo||Nominated|
|2017||Best Musical Actress||El Hombre De La Mancha||Nominated|
|2011||Best Co-star Actress||Teresa||Nominated|
|2012||Best Actress||La que no podía amar|
|Favorite Couple with Daniel Arenas|
|Favorite Slap with Elizabeth Alvarez|
|The Most Beautiful Girl|
|2017||Best Actress in Series||Blue Demon||Won|
|Year||Category||Title of Work||Result|
|2012||Girl That Takes Your Sleep Away||La que no podía amar||Won|
|She’s Got Style||Won|
|2016||My Favourite Protagonist||Lo imperdonable||Nominated|
|2012||Best Actress||La que no podía amar||Nominated|
|Best Couple with Jorge Salinas||Won|
|2013||Best Actress||Corazón indomable||Nominated|
|Best Couple with Daniel Arenas|
|Born||Claudia Michelle Ramaglia Zavala
(1978-05-18) May 18, 1978
Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
|Residence||San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico|
Raised in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and having been interested in acting since her childhood, Michelle Ramaglia decided to enroll in Televisa‘s Centro de Educación Artística (CEA), where thanks to her talent, she first received small roles in various episodes of Mujer, casos de la vida real. She became well known in 2004, with her participation in the telenovela Mujer de Madera, produced by Emilio Larrosa, where she played Virginia “Vicky” Galván. Ramaglia’s most recent work was in Código Postal, Al Diablo con los Guapos with “Corazon Salvaje” and La que no podia amar.
- Simplemente María (2015-16) …. Crispina Jaramillo “Pina”
- La Malquerida (2014) …. Nuria Vásquez
- Corazón indomable (2013) … Aracely
- La que no podía amar (2011-12) …. Consuelo Herrera
- Rafaela (2011) – Felipa
- Cuando me enamoro (2010-11) -Priscila
- Corazón salvaje (2009-10) – Lulú
- Al diablo con los guapos (2007-2008) …. Adelina “Lina”
- Código postal (2006-2007) …. Daniela Gutiérrez Santos
- Mujer, casos de la vida real (2003-2005)
- Mujer de madera (2004-2005) …. Vicky Galván “Perla”
- Amarte es mi pecado (2004) …. Azafata
- Velo de novia (2003) …. Enfermera
- Mi destino eres tú (2000) …. Invitada en boda
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Eran Creevy|
|Story by||F. Scott Frazier|
|Music by||Ilan Eshkeri|
|Edited by||Chris Gill|
|Distributed by||Open Road Films|
|Box office||$4.8 million|
Collide is a 2016 action film directed by Eran Creevy and written by Eran Creevy and F. Scott Frazier. The film stars Nicholas Hoult, Felicity Jones, Marwan Kenzari, Ben Kingsley, and Anthony Hopkins. The film was released in the United States on February 24, 2017, by Open Road Films and received negative reviews. The film was a box office bomb, grossing just $4 million against its $21.5 million budget and setting a new record for second-weekend drop in box-office performance.
Casey, an American living in Cologne, Germany, works with his friend Matthias for a drug dealer, Geran, as money runners. He meets Juliette, another American, one night while she tends bar at one of Geran’s hangouts. Though interested in him, Juliette turns him down when he asks her out, stating that she wants nothing to do with someone who runs in Geran’s circles, but to look her up when he gets out. Inspired by the conversation, Casey quits his job with Geran, asks Juliette out, and the two quickly begin dating and move in together. All is well for the pair until Juliette suddenly has a seizure one evening and is rushed to the hospital. Told that her kidney is failing, and because she is not a citizen of Germany that she is unqualified for the transplant treatment, Casey proposes that they move back to America for her treatment. In order to obtain the money for the operation and save Juliette, Casey goes back to work for Geran in order to pull off a large drug theft from Germany’s biggest drug dealer, Hagen Kahl.
- Nicholas Hoult as Casey Stein
- Felicity Jones as Juliette Marne
- Anthony Hopkins as Hagen Kahl
- Ben Kingsley as Geran
- Marwan Kenzari as Matthias
- Clemens Schick as Mirko
- Erdal Yildiz
- Michael Epp as Karl
- Aleksandar Jovanovic as Jonas
- Markus Klauk as Talaz
On May 15, 2013, Zac Efron and Amber Heard joined the cast, before later dropping out. On May 1, 2014, Nicholas Hoult, Ben Kingsley, Felicity Jones and Anthony Hopkins joined the cast. Principal photography began on May 5, 2014. On November 3, 2014, Relativity Media acquired the film.
The film was scheduled to be released on October 30, 2015, by Relativity Media. However, when Relativity filed for bankruptcy, producers had put the film back on the market. In September 2015, it was announced Open Road Films would distribute the film apart of an audit statement. In October 2015, Open Road set an April 1, 2016, release date for the film. It was then pushed back to August 19, In September 2016, it was pushed back to February 3, 2017. In January 2017, the film was pushed back to February 24, 2017.
Collide grossed $2.3 million in the United States and Canada and $2.5 million in other territories for a worldwide gross of $4.8 million.
In North America, Collide opened alongside Get Out and Rock Dog and was expected to gross $3–4 million from 2,045 theaters in its opening weekend. It ended up grossing just $1.5 million, finishing 13th at the box office and marking the 6th worst-ever debut for a film playing in over 2,000 theaters. In its second weekend the film was pulled from 1,043 theaters and grossed $194,326, dropping 87.2% and marking the biggest-ever second week decline, breaking the 86.4% set by Undiscovered in 2005.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 23% based on 31 reviews, with an average rating of 3.9/10. The site’s consensus reads, “Collide wastes a talented cast on a would-be thriller fatally undermined by eye-rolling dialogue, logical fallacies, and humdrum set pieces.” On Metacritic, the film has a score of 33 out of 100, based on 10 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of “C+” on an A+ to F scale.
Cargo (2017 film)
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Ben Howling
|Produced by||Russell Ackerman
|Written by||Yolanda Ramke|
|Edited by||Dany Cooper
Head Gear Films
Cargo is a 2017 Australian post-apocalyptic thriller film written by Yolanda Ramke and directed by Ramke and Ben Howling. The film stars Martin Freeman, Anthony Hayes, and Caren Pistorius. The film is based on Ramke and Howling’s short film Cargo. It premiered at the Adelaide Film Festival on 6 October 2017 and was released worldwide on 18 May 2018 by Netflix.
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In a world overtaken by a virus that turns people into zombies within 48 hours, husband and wife, Andy and Kay, and their one-year-old daughter, Rosie, are living safely on a houseboat in rural Australia.
While relocating for the night, Andy spots two children playing on the shore of the river. He shouts out to them, but continues the cruise after the father, noticing Andy, flashes a revolver in his belt. Later that day, Andy is using a net to fish supplies out of the water. Kay mentions their food rations are starting to run out, but Andy debates her plans to go on land. The scene changes to one of a young Aboriginal girl attaching leaves to her shoes. It goes back to Andy after a minute, who has spotted an abandoned sailboat, proceeding to investigate it. He retrieves food, and presents it to a skeptical Kay.
After reassuring her the sailboat he ransacked was safe, Kay decides to return by herself to try and collect more supplies. Andy had previously left when he heard thuds coming from a door in the wall, but Kay, unaware of this, is presumably attacked by a zombie that emerges from the door.
Andy awakens to Rosie crying, and goes in search of Kay. She is in the bathroom of the houseboat, trying to restrain the bloodflow from a bite on her knee. She is next seen investigating a pack that was previously acquired by Andy from the river. In it is contained a bracelet that measures the amount of time left for an infected, which Kay puts on, and a spring-loaded dagger that can be used on a zombie’s temple to kill them. Andy and Kay discuss their plans, confirming her vulnerability. The family decides to abandon the houseboat and venture to a hospital. They pass by the burning remnants of a body.
Thoomi, the Aboriginal girl, is drawing in a sketchbook. She leaves behind the picture of a man with his head in the ground, then leaves her shelter with a rabbit carcass, which she throws into a pit. Gargling and crunching are heard and she covers her ears.
Andy and Kay have found a vehicle. While Andy fills the petrol tank, Kay notices a yellow slime on the seat back. They narrowly evade a zombie trudging towards them. As they drive away, one is seen struggling to lift its head from the ground. They stop on a deserted stretch of road so Andy can look at a map, and Kay change Rosie’s diaper. She collapses offscreen, convulsing and throwing up blood while Andy holds her steady.
Thoomi is seen once more throwing a snake carcass into the pit, but no sounds are heard. She climbs down to check, and then exits hastily.
Kay comes to her senses and checks her wound in the car to see it is oozing yellow slime. In a fit she exits the car and has a shouting match with Andy, angered he has been trying to keep her developments from her. He subdues her and convinces her to continue with him. Andy breaks the door handle to keep Kay from trying to escape again. On the road, Andy is distracted by a lone man and consequentially crashes the car into a tree, impaling Kay. Andy faints from shock, leaving Rosie strapped in her seat. He comes to hours later and tries to wake Kay, but realizes she has already converted, as evidenced by pus around her eyes and mouth. He is bitten by her while trying to exit the car. Following this, Andy approaches the car, Rosie sitting a distance away safely, and uses one of the daggers on Kay. He takes her bracelet and places it on himself instead, then begins travelling on foot with Rosie on his back. She cries for a great part of the journey, until he uses Kay’s perfume to calm her. While resting, he spots the man that had caused their crash, but realizing he is a zombie, prepares to defend himself. Thoomi appears to dissuade Andy from hurting the man, her father, and cuts her hand with a rock to draw blood and lead him away.
Andy arrives at the town he intended to reach, entering a school and meeting Etta, a retired teacher. She helps him clean his wounds, and informs him that all the Aboriginal people have returned to their ancestral homelands, including all of her former students. Andy steps outside and sees fires in the distance, started by the Aboriginals. A woman is seen calling for Thoomi. That night, in a hospital room, Andy has his first seizure. He awakens the next morning, going outside to meet Etta, who tells him to seek a man named Willie, Thoomi’s father, to take care of Rosie. She explains the purpose of the fires, started by Aboriginal hunting parties that are cleansing the land by killing zombies they encounter. Etta warns Andy to stay out of their range. On his journey Andy stops at some ruins to give Rosie water. He passes several zombies with their heads in the ground, hastily leaving the area, but one rises and proceeds to follow him. He finds a truck and attempts to hijack it, but is stopped by a man named Vic, who saves Andy from the zombie that had been after him, of which Andy was unaware. Vic is trapped under a tank and gives Andy the keys, making him promise to rescue him first, and then they can escape approaching zombies together. Vic takes Andy to his shelter, an outpost formerly part of a gas plant. He meets Vic’s wife, Lorraine, who is quietly surprised to see other “people who are still people”. Vic encourages Andy to leave Rosie with Lorraine so the two men can go to work. Work is shooting groups of zombies and collecting their valuables, as Vic believes when the country returns to normal people will want riches again. Vic attracts the zombies by imprisoning live, healthy humans inside cages as bait. Andy is perturbed to see Thoomi trapped, along with an old man in a cage. At the shelter, Lorraine is taking care of Rosie. As the power goes out, Rosie becomes uncomfortable. Lorraine attempts to cheer her up, but discovers slime on her stomach.
Vic visits another cage with Andy. He uses entrails, a radio, and blood to lure zombies, all factors which make Andy question himself for a moment. The men return to the shelter, where Lorraine briefly mentions cleaning up Rosie. Andy plays with his daughter before setting her down in a makeshift crib, his hand starting to spasm. He leaves the shelter with a dagger, but cannot bring himself to use it. Lorraine comes upon him, confessing that she is not Vic’s wife, and that Vic let her husband die along with other gas plant workers to save himself. Vic approaches them and knocks Andy out with the butt of his rifle out of suspicion, the latter awakening chained in the same cage as Thoomi. They agree to help each other escape by using the combined force of many zombies to open their cage, returning successfully to the shelter, rescuing Lorraine, Rosie, and the keys to both cages and chains. They don’t get very far before Vic emerges from the shelter and shoots at them. Lorraine sacrifices herself for them to escape.
Thoomi leads Andy to the cage he visited earlier, but the man inside (who she tells him is her tribe’s “Clever Man” or shaman) is gone. They evade Vic tracking them down, and spend the night in a small gulch. After releasing each other of their chain, they are presumed to fall asleep, until later in the night Thoomi wakes up to heavy breathing and hides with Rosie while Andy rubs his face against blood on the wall. The following morning Andy and Thoomi have a conversation about her father’s health, which results in Thoomi running off after Andy asserts her father will not get better. The same woman who has been seen calling for Thoomi (later revealed by Thoomi to Andy to be her mother and Willie’s wife) leaves Willie’s jacket on a tree limb. Thoomi arrives to see her father has been straddled atop the tree, dead (as part of Aboriginal burial traditions). Andy arrives to comfort her, but leaves promptly when he cannot console Thoomi, as she irrationally blames him for delaying her (she believed the Clever Man could restore her father’s soul to his body, as she is unaware that the zombie phenomenon is biological rather than supernatural). He has another breakdown and begins to try and burrow his head into the ground. Thoomi remains at the tree grieving, but is able to hear Rosie’s cry and goes to retrieve her. Andy is confronted by Thoomi after he rouses, who has decided to help him reach the river.
They travel by motorboat to the campsite where Andy last saw the family, inspecting the RV in which the family was staying. Andy leaves with Rosie to go find the family, while Thoomi stays in the RV. He meets the father, who has been bitten, and once again shows him his revolver. The father says it contains six bullets, and that Andy can have the remaining two once he uses them on himself and his family. Andy retreats as three gunshots are heard in the distance. The fourth is delayed while the father follows Andy, using it on himself and collapsing behind him. Andy collects the gun as intended and debates whether to shoot himself as well. Thoomi rushes to them, having removed her leaves and claiming she is ready to go home. They set off together towards the sight of smoke on a nearby hill.
As they pass through a train tunnel, they encounter Vic. Thoomi hides with Rosie inside a parked vehicle on the tracks, while Andy tries to distract Vic. The two men fight, and Andy shoots once, hitting Vic in the abdomen. During the struggle, Vic manages to obtain the revolver and also shoot Andy. Andy, briefly defeated, is unable to help Thoomi, who Vic pulls from the car, in the process hitting her head on the rails. She lies in pain, Vic grabbing hold of Rosie. Andy rises to check on Thoomi, who is still alive, and then Rosie, who Vic is cradling, lamenting the incidental death of Lorraine. He tearfully hands over Rosie so that Andy can renew his walk with a hurt Thoomi.
On the way Andy has another lapse, almost indulging in decayed meat. With little time left, Andy asks of Thoomi to promise to look after Rosie, with whom Andy shares a farewell before preparing himself for the finalization by placing a guard in his mouth, binding his wrists, and wrapping the meat from earlier on a stick. He then succumbs, his eyes crusted over.
The Aboriginal warriors have finished their raid, but Thoomi calls out to them with a whistle, drawing attention of the woman, her mother. Thoomi and Rosie are riding Andy, who is guided by the meat on the stick, and being perfectly harmless is detained by the warriors while Thoomi and Rosie are welcomed back by her mother. One of the warriors, the Clever Man who managed to escape his cage on his own, attempts to strike Andy with his spear, but Thoomi stops him. She takes out Kay’s perfume bottle, and sprays it one last time, the smell pacifying Andy, for a moment returning his consciousness as he realizes Rosie is finally safe. Thoomi then allows the Clever Man to put Andy out of his misery.
The Aboriginal people are seen traveling to a refuge of many of their people where they are welcomed heartily. As Thoomi and her mother inspect Rosie, the words Thank You are read on her stomach, written in white paint which Thoomi and the warriors have used to disguise their scent from the zombies. The final shots of the movie are of Andy’s plaid shirt and Rosie’s fishing bait mobile hung on a tree.
- Martin Freeman as Andy Rose
- Anthony Hayes as Vic Carter
- Caren Pistorius as Lorraine Cassidy
- David Gulpilil as Daku – Cleverman
- Susie Porter as Kay Caine
- Kris McQuade as Etta
- Bruce R. Carter as Willie
- Natasha Wanganeen as Josie
- Simone Landers as Thoomi
The film was originally scheduled to be released on 8 June 2018. However, it was later brought forward to 18 May 2018. The film is dedicated in memory of Dr. G. Yunupingu, an Aboriginal Australian singer who died aged 46 on 26 July 2017.