Premiere, an aging gigolo is on the hunt for a new mistress to avoid getting a real job, on April 28th, 2017, in U.S. theaters
By Gabrielle Pantera
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2017/4/27 – “We don’t go only back and forth with Spanish and English but we actually introduce the Latin sense of humor with the American sense of humor” says How to Be a Latin Lover star Salma Hayek. “The combination works so beautifully that, even if it didn’t have the translation, I think there’s a lot of moments that are very funny.”
“I’m really nervous and excited about this project” says How to Be a Latin Lover star Eugenio Derbez. “This is my first movie starring in English in the US. It has a lot of my input from my comedy style, but I was not sure that it was going to be funny enough for the general market.”
How to Be a Latin Lover tells the story of Maximo, who is an aging Latin American gigolo that ends up in a difficult situation when his sugar mama dumps him for someone younger. Maximo is forced to move with his sister and starts looking for another mistress to avoid work at all cost.
This film stars:
- Eugenio Derbez (@EugenioDerbez) as Maximo
- Salma Hayek (@salmahayek) as Sara
- Rob Lowe (@RobLowe)
- Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) as Cindy
- Raquel Welch (@Raquel_Welch) as Celeste
How to Be a Latin Lover is a transcultural comedy directed by Ken Marino, and written by Chris Spain and Jon Zack.
The production was in charge of Eugenio Derbez and Benjamin Odell in collaboration with Pantelion Films and distributed by Lionsgate for the US.
Pantelion Films was created in 2010 and based in Santa Monica, California. The studio’s goal is to bring wider theatrical distribution of movies aimed at Latino audiences. It is backed by Televisa and Lionsgate.