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In the 1.12 minute trailer, the Professor can be seen working on his plan in a dimly-lit room. The camera then pans to reveal that a collection of masks, including the famous Salvador Dali mask of the original Money Heist and traditional Korean ones.
Money Heist is when an inept, lazy bunch of far-Left day-dreamers compose the Communist Manifesto 2.0 exactly 173 years after Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Picking up just moments after the death of ostensibly its lead character Tokyo, the second half of the final season of Money Heist, delivers a stirring and sweet send-off to the remaining members of “The Resistance”.
The first five episodes of Volume 1 of Money Heist Season 5 were released in September. The remaining five episodes will be available on Netflix on 3 December.
Money Heist might be coming to an end, but its story is set to continue through one of its most popular characters -- Berlin. The character played by Spanish actor Pedro Alonso is getting his own spin-off that will arrive on Netflix in 2023.
Decoding the irresistible appeal of Money Heist: Nothing ever goes according to plan. Just like my life.
Money Heist could easily be a Bollywood film: It is mindless, there's too much drama (much of it unnecessary), there are a clutch of good-looking people, there is emotion, and there is even singing and dancing. The exception: I won’t watch those Bollywood films but I will watch Money Heist again.
Most of the subscriber growth in the quarter came from the Asia-Pacific region, which accounted for 2.2 million added Netflix members
If you haven't watched Squid Game, you're missing out — on its predictability and pretense of social relevance
Squid Game has nothing to say about inequality and free will beyond pat truisms, and its characters are shallow assemblages of family and battlefield cliches, set loose upon a patently ridiculous premise.
TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event will be held on 25 September in a virtual format.
The viral image shows a man who remarkably looks like Spanish actor Álvaro Morte, who plays the Professor in the series, at a kirana store scribbling in a notebook
The report further suggests that the feature will be available for both individual and group chats.
If Money Heist – which initially fizzled out on Spanish TV and then earned a revival with Netflix – ends on a satisfying note in the minds of the audiences, that may be the greatest heist of all.
Mumbai Police has always been on top of social media trends and their Khaki Studio is no exception. It was recently in the news for their rendition of the James Bond theme track
Ursula Corbero talks about working on season five, and recalls being stopped in the middle of a street to discuss plot points by fans.
Money Heist Season 5 releases on Netflix India at 12:30 pm and will be available in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu
While Part 1 of Money Heist final season will release on Netflix on 3 September, Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex will release Bhoot Police on 17 September.
The firm, Verve Logic, shared a post on Twitter, which featured an email to the employees from the company’s CEO Abhishek Jain.
Netflix sets global fan event, Tudum, featuring exclusive first looks of returning, upcoming titles for 25 September
The first looks of 70 series, films and specials will be introduced to fans at Netflix's Tudum event.
'Exhausting and rewarding': Alvaro Morte discusses playing The Professor in final season of Money Heist
While refusing to divulge details about the plot, Alvaro Morte says the upcoming season of Money Heist will have "a lot of tension, a lot of action, and it’s very exciting."
The creator of the series that volume 2 of the final season will be a "journey across the characters' sentimental map that connects us directly to their departure".