Juan Ignacio Cane had a participation from lowest to highest in the second season by Luis Miguel on Netflix and it ended up becoming one of the most important actors in the plot in his role of Jose Perez. The last episode ended with an unresolved conflict between the tour manager and the singer, so much more is expected of the character in the series. However, in an exclusive interview with Spoiler, the 40-year-old artist responded about the third season and did not ensure its future appearance. What did he say?
Although he has the role of a Uruguayan in the Netflix event, He is an Argentine interpreter from Rosario and currently based in Mexico. Although he was in important productions such as the tape Lost (2018), the series The Lobbyist (2018) and the biopic Apache: The Life of Carlos Tevez (2019), his work at Luis Miguel meant a step forward in his career.
“One day I was lying at home and I put season 1 on Netflix. That’s when I began to understand everything because seeing what happened to this guy, to this music icon since he was a child, all the conflicts that he has had to go through to become what he was, is revolutionary. And then when they confirm to me that I am going to have the possibility of having a bit of his attention because he is an executive producer, it is a pride because on top of that you are getting more of his life and it is something impressive“He expressed about his feelings for being part of such a large project at an international level.
Juan Ignacio was one of the additions of season 2 and although the name of his character corresponds to a former secretary that Micky had, the characterization was much more linked to fiction than reality. “If it’s not the most fictionalized of the entire series, scrape by. Obviously for a matter of script, of dramaturgy, of finding a conflict to be able to tell a story that attracts. Because I am not César Bordón who is a Hugo López or Macarena Achaga who is Michelle Salas. Joe Pérez is a hybrid, he is a lot of characters within one, So there was not much research from a single person, but I had talks with the scriptwriters, with the director and with everything what it took to be many people in one“, he argued about it.
The closing of the second season has the Argentine actor in the center of attention: Joe tries to take revenge for his dismissal and gives Luis Miguel photos of the romance between Michelle and Mauricio. The scene leaves open a plot that can perfectly be developed in more chapters, but Cane was surprised and assured that he still does not know anything about it.
“I tell you the truth, all I know is that there is going to be a third season. I don’t know if José Pérez will be there, hopefully. José Pérez was an assistant, tour manager at most, the protagonist is Luis Miguel. There was a conflict to be resolved, but How many conflicts does Luis Miguel have? Everyone has, it is a life full of conflicts. Maybe I can have a little place, but I think that what enriches us the most is to keep listening to what happened with Luis Miguel“He maintained in the pleasant conversation with this medium.
The transformation of José Pérez in the two timelines
Although there are no major physical differences between the character in the nineties and in the two thousand, Juan Ignacio revealed that in makeup they added wrinkles to make its more adult version and that the rest had to do with the script: “The bearing is one of the characteristics that I worked to achieve this, also the scene takes you to the character. The character talking to Micky is not the same as a character seeking to be Robles’ confidant to climb or talking to Hugo López, who was his driver. The same script helps you a lot “.
The fanaticism for Newell’s and the detail about his team in the series
Another Argentine protagonist like Cesar Bordon managed to put a detail of his team in the bioseries because Hugo López had a commemorative painting to River Plate. Cane, also a football fan and fan of Newell’sHe wanted to repeat the tribute, but his Uruguayan character prevented him from doing it on camera. However, he managed to wink at his team. “It was complicated because he was Uruguayan in fiction, but on the red carpet I wore a black suit and a red scarf that Netflix told me was because of the brand’s colors. I respect the colors that I love, but these are Newell’s my football team “, he indicated between laughs.
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