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That Time Money Heist’s Úrsula Corberó Met Madonna

Bill Murray once said that everybody gets a year and half to be an asshole when they first get famous. After that, they have to figure it out. Well, Úrsula Corberó can officially enter her asshole era if she so chooses, cuz Madonna is a fan. Yes, that Madonna. While doing her late-night TV debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Corberó explained how Madonna approached her during a layover in London. Apparently, Madonna started tying her shoe in Corberó’s lap (!!!), explaining that she was a fan of the Netflix show, and that Tokyo is her favorite character. The woman was too stunned to speak, as the TikTok sound goes. Madonna said “Do you know who I am?” To which Corberó responded, “You’re fucking Madonna.” The two exchanged numbers, and Madonna immediately sent a follow-up text: “Darling, you forgot your passport in your seat. The stewardess has it.”
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Money Heist's Ursula Corbero mourned her character's death for nearly a month

“I cried nonstop for three, almost four weeks,” the Tokyo actress told fans and journalists at a recent press event in Madrid celebrating the final episodes of Money Heist. “I experienced so many emotions: nostalgia, sadness, anger. When we shot in Lisbon, I felt melancholy because we were finally telling Tokyo’s backstory. But Tokyo also taught me how to live more fully because she risked her life to feel alive.”

Money Heist's Ursula Corbero and Miguel Herran Talk Tokyo's Terrible Death, Preview How Rio Moves On

Fans who are still mourning Tokyo’s heartbreaking death on Netflix’s hit caper Money Heist should take comfort: Ursula Corbero, who brought the character to life for five seasons, said she grieved the loss for the better part of a month. “I cried nonstop for three, almost four weeks,” Corbero told fans and journalists at a recent press event in Madrid celebrating the final episodes of Money Heist, aka La Casa de Papel. “I experienced so many emotions: nostalgia, sadness, anger. When we shot in Lisbon, I felt melancholy because we were finally telling Tokyo’s backstory. But Tokyo also taught me how...

Money Heist Star Úrsula Corberó Is Ready For Her Next Big Act

As Úrsula Corberó wrapped the final season of the global phenomenon La Casa de Papel, she was, to put it mildly, zapped. “It was exhausting,” she says from Madrid, where she’s currently filming a new project. “The characters were always feeling this anger and a lot of violence. Every time I arrived home after work, I felt evil—I wanted to hit somebody.” But over a semi-choppy transatlantic Zoom feed, the 32-year-old actor is marked by a naturally sunny, chipper disposition, so to hear her describe the anguish brought on by inhabiting Tokyo, the long-suffering robber who serves as one of the protagonists of the Netflix thriller, is jarring.

Úrsula Corberó Is Coming for Hollywood’s Badass Action Roles

Úrsula Corberó photographed by Arale Reartes. Hair and makeup by Ivan Gomez; art by Selena Barroso; production by Constanza Portigliati. Assistants: Paola Garcia and Sergio Ovejero. Úrsula Corberó was at a New Year’s Eve party in Uruguay when a handful of strangers approached the then little-known actor to proclaim her...

Who is Úrsula Corberó dating? The Money Heist star’s relationship status

Ursula Corbero, star of the Netflix smash-hit series Money Heist, has always been an actress that steals the spotlight whenever you see her on your screen. Her talent can be seen the minute she speaks and her beauty is almost impossible to ignore, which is why her dedicated fanbase has been growing by the day, wanting to know everything there is to know about this amazing actress.

Úrsula Corberó Breaks Down Her Perfectly Pink Makeup Routine

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Since making her on-screen debut in 2002, Úrsula Corberó has wowed the red carpet with fire engine-red liner and smoky emerald shadow. Even when she’s off duty, the 32-year-old Spanish actress and Money Heist star embraces a head-turning pop of pigment, as seen in Vogue’s latest Beauty Secrets installment. Before setting to work on the day’s pretty-in-pink above-the-neck equation, however, Corberó must prep her canvas with a handful of essentials—a gentle scrub, depuffing eye masks, and a silky Shisiedo serum—suited to her ultra-sensitive complexion.

Úrsula Corberó and her beauty and fashion evolution

Úrsula Corberó is worldwide known for her role as Tokyo in the acclaimed Netflix series “La casa de Papel” (Money Heist). As one of the most beloved Spanish actresses, Corberó built a fandom that crossed oceans. The 32-year-old star started her career when she was a teenager....

SNAKE EYES Video Interview: Úrsula Corberó On Bringing The Baroness Back To The Big Screen (Exclusive)

Snake Eyes follows the classic G.I. Joe character, a tenacious loner who is welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan called the Arashikage after saving the life of their heir apparent. Upon arrival in Japan, the Arashikage teach Snake Eyes the ways of the ninja warrior while also providing something he’s been longing for: a home. But, when secrets from his past are revealed, Snake Eyes’ honour and allegiance will be tested...even if that means losing the trust of those closest to him.
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Úrsula Corberó, Master of Action Roles, Is Ready to Make You Laugh

Úrsula Corberó is used to doing physically demanding stunts. The Spanish actress became known globally for her role as Tokyo, an amateur thief who’s recruited to enact a series of armed robberies, in the Netflix series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel/The House of Paper). Yet starring in the new action-packed G.I. Joe movie, Snake Eyes, in theaters now, offered a different set of challenges.

Úrsula Corberó returns in the trailer for ‘Money Heist’ Season 5

Fans have been waiting with bated breath for the newest installment of the beloved Netflix series Money Heist--and a new trailer for Vol. 1 of Season 5 is finally here. New episodes of the series will be released on the streaming platform on September 3, 2021, at 3 am ET. The upcoming season, which consists of ten episodes, will be split into two equal parts. While the first five episodes will land in September, the second batch is scheduled to arrive on December 3, 2021.

Úrsula Corberó on ‘Snake Eyes’ and When She Realized ‘Money Heist’ ('La Casa De Papel') Was So Popular

With director Robert Schwentke’s Snakes Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins now playing in theaters, I recently spoke with Úrsula Corberó about playing The Baroness in the Snake Eyes origin story. During the fun interview, Corberó talked about what it was like making her first English language movie, why she loved filming in Japan, what people would be surprised to learn about the making of Snake Eyes, and being the only person in the film that got to say f*ck. In addition, with Corberó part of the hugely popular Netflix series Money Heist (La Casa De Papel), she shared a great story about when she realized the series was so popular around the world.

How Snake Eyes Made Ursula Corbero Feel "Invincible" as G.I. Joe's Baroness (Exclusive)

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins makes its debut in theaters on Friday, finally bringing a new chapter to the G.I. Joe cinematic universe. The live-action film is set to introduce a cast of new performers playing iconic G.I. Joe characters, including Úrsula Corberó as the fan-favorite The Baroness. Fans have been eager to see Corberó's take on the femme fatale, and apparently it is set to be a powerful one.'s Brandon Davis recently got a chance to chat with Corberó, who revealed that although she wasn't familiar with the franchise before being offered the role, she felt "invincible" once she got to play the character.

Interview: Snake Eyes stars Úrsula Corberó, Andrew Koji and Haruka Abe on bringing their G.I. Joe characters to life

As Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins prepares for battle in Australian cinemas this week, the cast were in promotion mode to discuss the choreography and camaraderie on set. Talking to our own Peter Gray, Andrew Koji (who plays Storm Shadow), Haruka Abe (Akiko) and Úrsula Corberó (Baroness) discussed their history with the G.I. Joe brand, how it was working on location in Japan and, for the Spain-based Úrsula, learning that Pete was in Australia, sharing a connection with fellow star, Samara Weaving.