It’s all guts and Gloria for Diego Luna…
The 35-year-old Mexican actor/director/producer and his business partners Pablo Cruz and Eric Bonniot have officially launched the branded entertainment studio, Gloria.
Luna and Cruz, along with Gael Garcia Bernal, are also co-founders of the Mexican production and distribution company Canana.
Based in Los Angeles and Mexico City, Gloria is working on projects in both English- and Spanish-speaking markets.
“The Latino community is hugely influential and we want to work with brands to tell stories that are relevant and real,” said Luna, who was recently cast in Star Wars: Rogue One.
Gloria’s upcoming projects include a feature-length branded documentary and it is currently in production on a six-part web series for Mexico’s largest department store chain.
Among the talent working with Gloria are Gravity co-writer Jonas Cuaron and Alonso Ruizpalacios, the award-winning director of Gueros.
As for Luna, has had a busy year so far. Along with being cast in Star Wars: Rogue One, he directed the Danny Glover–Maya Rudolph road movie Mr. Pig.