Eiza Gonzalez of Baby Driver and I Care a Lot prominence, has collaborated with Oscar-nominated/Emmy-winning director Matthew Heineman and Linden Entertainment to draw out the story of famous Mexican film star Maria Felix. Eiza Gonzalez will step in Felix’s role as well as produce the film nearby Dana Harris and Nicole King, Deadline uncovered. The biopic will be executively produced by Walter Rivera for Maria Felix’s estate while the gathering searches for a Latin American writer to change Felix’s life for the screen.
Maria Felix has been overall hailed as potentially the best Mexican stars ever and with this biopic, her estate will be locked in with curating her story curiously. Examining Maria’s life, Gonzalez imparted her honor to have gotten the chance to portray her. The actor, watching out for Maria’s ‘tenacity’ and ‘fierce strategy for living’ through challenges added that she was happy to have the alternative to draw out her voice and story to the world.
Pointing at Maria’s intensity, she communicated that ‘Maria persistently pushed boundaries’ regardless, at whatever point the world made gave no open way to ‘obliterate her’. She added that through Maria’s perspective, people expected to see ‘how society depicts compelling and driven women’.
The legendary actress has starred in 47 movies in Mexico, France, Italy and Argentina and was the sovereign of the film in Mexico, becoming known as La Dona. The image’s story graphs her outing from having a predicament in the Northern town of Sonoa, to knowing the president of Mexico, Diego Rivera, skilled worker Frida Kahlo and being awarded France’s most critical cultural award, the Legion d’honneur. The actor’s outing is one of setback and love while exploring the Mexican culture, religions, lifestyle with an extraordinary focus on womanhood.