Hello everyone, The end of the year well deserved Gina is in the cover of the magazine Marie Claire USA of the month of January 2017. A cover that seems logical before the 1st Marie Claire Young Women’s Honors And the presenter ! With this cover, a new and beautiful photoshoot by Jan Welters. A nice shoot to conclude the year! + HQ Pictures are available in the gallery.

janvier 2nd, 2017  

Hello everyone, 11/30 Gina went on the set of Extra in Los Angeles where she joined her friend and host Mario Lopez to promote the Marie Claire Young Women’s Honors which will air on December 19. + HQ Pictures are available in the gallery.

décembre 7th, 2016  

3×07 Synopsis: When Alba makes Jane feel guilty for not attending church, Jane decides she wants to bring Mateo against Rafael’s wishes. Rafael unlocks a long lost memory of him and his mother, which could be a clue in the Mutter case. Rogelio hires a matchmaker to help him get over Xo. Meanwhile, Jane’s cousin is starting to wear out her welcome.

novembre 23rd, 2016  

Hello everyone, 11/21, Gina went to Brown’s University for a reading with the students there. We have no official pictures available since it was forbidden but you can find what was said during this intervention of Gina below (with a photograph taken by the university).

In a lecture that drew on her personal and professional experiences, actress Gina Rodriguez told students to be bold, to take risks and to be the heroes in their own stories.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — On a blustery November night in New England as far removed as possible from the palm trees that sprawl the set of “Jane the Virgin,” television star Gina Rodriguez cast her comedic approach aside to deliver a Brown Lecture Board talk to students that touched on body positivity, leaping into the unknown and maintaining a strong sense of self-appreciation.

A Chicago, Ill., native and an aspiring entertainer since her childhood years, Rodriguez is perhaps best known for her role as Jane Villanueva on the CW network comedy/drama. Her portrayal of a young woman who is accidently inseminated earned her a Golden Globe win in 2015 and a second recent nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series.

Much of her fame and success, she told a room packed with Brown students on Monday, Nov. 21, can be whittled down to a phrase her father etched into her head at an early age: “Today is a great day. I can and I will.”

Repeating those words every day in front of a mirror, Rodriguez thought of her routine as a silly habit she’d picked up. But after arriving at New York University to study drama, she was diagnosed with thyroid disease, a condition often marked by tiredness and weight gain. She felt like she was cursed, she said. “I already have all these things against me,” Rodriguez said she thought at the time. “I’m broke, I’m brown, I don’t look like ladies in the movies, and I just wanted to be a leading lady.”

But she called upon her father’s advice, she said, which resonated with her more then than ever. Since then, Rodriguez has landed roles in major films and television shows, including stints on “Law & Order,” “Army Wives” and, of course, “Jane the Virgin.” She’s also set to star in the upcoming sci-fi thriller, “Annihilation,” alongside Natalie Portman, Oscar Isaac and Tessa Thompson, among others.

However, her enthusiasm for the role that embraced her heritage is unmatched. Rodriguez who is of Puerto Rican descent, told Vanity Fair she fell in love with her “Jane the Virgin” character because she was “positive and uplifting and funny and brave, and she gets to be a Latina. »

During a question and answer discussion with students, the 32-year-old actress said that barriers to success are often self-imposed. “I used to think there was this entity that was telling me: ‘Oh, you’re Puerto Rican, you can’t pass,’” she said. “The truth is that that was all in my mind. All those boxes — all those borders and walls that people put up — those are imaginary.”

Rodriguez said she tackles self-doubt by acknowledging that her success is well-deserved, given the hard work and study she has devoted to her acting. That statement drew parallels to an earlier comment on her medical condition, which she said started a journey into self-love and awareness that has continued even today. “I’m the one who is going to decide what affects me and what doesn’t,” she said. “I’m the one who is going to decide whether I give up or not. And I decided not to.”

Rodriguez told students that upon accepting the invitation from the Brown Lecture Board, she was uncertain what advice she might give to students, because she didn’t profess to hold any great wisdom beyond her own experiences. “I can only give you my truth, because I don’t know anything about Japanese cinema” or any other niche with the exception of art and love, she told the exuberant crowd of students, who cheered throughout and snapped their fingers at every opportunity.

Above all, Rodriguez urged students to be the ‘heroes’ in their own stories, maintain a strong sense of self-awareness and avoid fear of failure. She voiced her worry about a trip she’ll be taking to Thailand to author a book, which reaffirms a view she lives by and encourages others to do the same. “I’m going on this journey that scares the s*** out of me,” Rodriguez said. “I could fail. The book could suck. I could not write a damn thing in a month. I can disappoint. I can let down. But I’m going to try, because I’d rather fail than not try at all.” source : Brown University

novembre 23rd, 2016  


Current projects

Gina as Jane Villanueva
On air - Thursday 9/8c on CW
RELEASE | 14 April 2017 (USA)
Infos Photos IMDB
Jane Gloriana Villanueva, a hard-working, religious young Venezuelan American woman whose family tradition and a vow to save her virginity until her marriage to her detective boyfriend are complicated when a doctor mistakenly artificially inseminates her during a checkup.

Gina as Una (voice)
Status - Post-Production
RELEASE | 15 December 2017 (USA)
Infos Photos IMDB
After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.

Gina as Anya Thorensen
Status - Post-Production
RELEASE | Spring 2018 (USA)
Infos Photos IMDB
The group is made up of four women: an anthropologist; a surveyor; a psychologist, the de facto leader; and our narrator, a biologist. Their mission is to map the terrain, record all observations of their surroundings and of one anotioner, and, above all, avoid being contaminated.
Upcoming projects
  • The Star | Gina as Mary (November 2017)
  • Carmen Sandiego | Gina as Carmen (voice)
  • Miss Bala | Gina as Unknown
  • Smallfoot | Gina as Unknown (voice - Nov 2018)
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