Movistar broadcast a new installment of La Resistencia in the early hours of September 12 to 13. Mario and Óscar Casas attended the program and submitted to the classic questions of the format.
David Broncano asked the artists how many times they had had sexual relations in the last month. "I've had a nice weekend. And the previous one. Very intense, super intense, when you get stuck there like limpets, which are stuck on the rocks and you don't get them out," Mario answered.
Hearing his brother's words, Oscar joked, pretending to vomit. "You don't get used to seeing your brother talk about that," the host said. "No, after all, I've seen him in many movies doing it, I have a very clear image of him," he replied. In addition, Óscar also answered the question about sex. "Certainly more than Mario, that's clear," he said.
In addition, the host of the format wanted to know how much money they have in the bank, but no one gave exact information. "Having, I have more," Mario assured. "To be comfortable, to be calm. We are happy," Óscar added.
Mario and Óscar Casas are the director and the protagonist respectively of My loneliness has wings, which premiered on August 25. "On Monday it will be one of the highest-grossing Spanish movies of the year. It's a small movie, a tiny movie, we fight against the big releases," said the director.
"I wrote the script during the pandemic and then you sell it. I sold it at the time, you sell it and then because you don't really know if it's going to be released or not, a lot of things happen," said Mario, who assured that he didn't take no box office percentage. "I do have it," said Óscar, who did not reveal exactly how much he earned.
In addition to Óscar Casas, the main cast is completed by Candela González and Farid Bechara. "Above all, I am very happy for them, for the kids, for Óscar, who is doing very well. People are also excited about the movie. There is good word of mouth. It is working very well and we are very happy," he said. Mario.