A giant always detects another giant. She intuited Gene Kelly when he offered Rita Moreno (90) the tiny role of the Zelda Zenders flapper in singing in the rain (1952), moving her away from the Hollywood cliché attributed to actresses of Hispanic origin. Quite the opposite of West Side Story (1961) where the original letter of Mary was racist against Puerto Rico and the actress was smeared with even darker makeup to stand out with the white distribution. That bothered him.
He won the Oscar at the best secondary actress. She was the first Hispanic to get it. And six decades later, she claims cultural integration, as Steven Spielberg has done with the adaptation of this classic. The King Midas de Hollywood has created a special role for it and has also exercised executive producer to eliminate any racial slip. This Saturday Rita Moreno turns 90 years. Next Saturday, Spielberg, 75. The actress qualifies the new participation of it at West Side Story as "a delirium and a dream". And Notorious editions celebrates the 60th anniversary of the musical of the ten statuettes with the edition of a new book.
He was 5 years old when Rita Dolores Alverío arrived with her seamstress from Puerto Rico to the island of Ellis, where the great lady of freedom extended her arms to all those who longed for the American Dream. Pizpireta and alevada, those dance classes of Paco Cansino (Uncle of Rita Hayworth) at the Bronx served him to stay at the visionary Louis B. Mayer, who made a contract with the MGM to launch it as the Made in Spanish version of Elizabeth Taylor. She did not prosper. The fox refolded it.
The beginnings were tremendous. The agent of her raped her. And she calmed down. The most surreal occurred to him recently. As she confessed to The Guardian, she for the first time in seven decades she found it casually. He approached her and told her that her wife wanted to meet her. The nightmare returned to her head after years of therapy. She was pale. She invited her to eat and when she stayed alone, she told her that she would have let her be pregnant. The fate of her was going to bring another anguish since shortly after her sexual assault he presented him to the columbia co-founder, Harry Cohn, who was a fame of being a weinstein style predator. Without rose, she exclaimed: "I would love to fuck you." That is why she supports ferrely the #Metoo movement. She soon she began to see the light in the work when getting a role in King Yo (1956).
Although it sounds weird, something more than ten percent of your adult life shared it with the cursed idol Marlon Brando, an enlarged as soon as she saw her on the cover of Life in 1954. He became heavy. He was continuously called her in the guest house where other aspirants were staying at actresses, such as Kim Novak (88). There were eight years of intermittent love that she ended with an abortion. Rita was about to commit suicide. The protagonist of a tram called desire (1951) had often put the horns and even married twice (Anna Kashfi and Movita Castaneda), begotted children ... and she came to give jealousy with Dennis Hopper and Elvis Presley. Previously, she had come out with Antony Quinn, whom she tiled from rude and discourteous with women.
The ups and downs of the loving electrocardiogram were stabilized when in 1965 he found the stability with the cardiologist Lenny Gordon, with whom he was married until 2010. They had a daughter, Fernanda Luisa (54), who has become a grandmother twice, Justin (25) and Cameron (22). The family life of her is sacred.
That girl who came to the Promised Land ascended to the Universe of the Olympiens. She is one of the sixteen people in the world to have Egot, Acronym of Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscar and Tony. An honor that she shares with six other women, Helen Hayes, Audrey Hepburn, Barbra Streisand, Whoopi Goldberg and Liza Minnelli. And treasure many cultural awards: the presidential medal of freedom, the Living Legends Award of the Library of Congress, Peabody, Sarah Siddons ... If you want to know more, do not miss the documentary Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided To Go For It. Lin-Manuel Miranda (41), composer, actor and winning dramatist of a Pulitzer, La Reina's apartment. Thus they called the actress Elizabeth Taylor.Date Of Update: 10 December 2021, 23:58