Paola Lázaro to Star in Netflix’s Action Comedy Series “Obliterated”

Paola Lázaro has been obliterated

The 27-year-old Puerto Rican actress, writer, and playwright has been cast as a series regular on Netflix’s action comedy series Obliterated.

Paola LázaroLazaro is among a list of new cast additions that includes Terrence Terrell, Alyson Gorske, C. Thomas Howell, Eugene Kim and Amalia Yoo.

They’ll star opposite Nick Zano and Shelley Hennig in the series produced by Sony Pictures Television.

Written by Cobra Kai creators Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg and Josh Heald, the eight-episode Obliterated is a high-octane action-comedy that tells the story of an elite Special Forces team who thwarts a deadly threat to Las Vegas. After their celebratory party, filled with booze, drugs and sex, the team discovers that a bomb they deactivated was a fake. The now-intoxicated team has to fight through their impairments, overcome their personal issues, find the real bomb and save the world.

Lázaro portrays Angela Gomez, a badass Marine sniper who is the best in her field.

Lazaro can currently be seen as Juanita ‘Princess’ Sanchez in The Walking Dead. Her other credits include Wu Tang: An American Saga and SMILF.

Jorge López to Star in the Rom-Com “The Other Zoey”

Jorge López has found his other

The 30-year-old Chilean actor and Elite star has joined the cast of The Other Zoey, the rom-com from Gulfstream Pictures currently in production in North Carolina.

Jorge Lopez

López joins a roster of cast newcomers that includes Mallori Johnson, Maggie Thurmon, Gabriella Saraivah and Amalia Yoo.

The actors join an ensemble led by Josephine Langford, Drew Starkey and Archie Renaux, which also includes Andie MacDowell, Heather Graham and Patrick Fabian.

The film from director Sara Zandieh centers on Zoey Miller (Langford), a bright college student who rejects traditional ideals of love and dating, only to have her entire perspective on romance turned upside down when another student mistakes her for his girlfriend, also named Zoey.

Matt Tabak penned the script for the film, which is being financed by Gulfstream Pictures.