Cinemark Picks Up Monica Huarte’s Family Adventure-Comedy “Daddy Daughter Trip”

Monica Huarte’s latest project is expanding…

Rob Schneider’s family adventure-comedy Daddy Daughter Trip, co-starring the 41-year-old Mexican actress, has been picked up by Cinemark following a successful opening with Harkins Theatres.

Monica HuarteThe film, which Schneider produced, directed and stars in, will now be shown in 45 Cinemark locations, having premiered in an exclusive roll-out at fifteen Harkins Theatres locations on September 30.

The film also expanded to additional Harkins Theatres this weekend.

The live-action/animation hybrid tells the story of a 2nd grader (Miranda Scarlett Schneider) who dreams of a fun-filled spring break vacation her family can’t afford. Against the better judgment of her mom (Jackie Sandler) and with only coins in their pockets, her dreamer father (Schneider) decides to take her on a spring break trip anyway. After a series of misfortunate adventures, their vacation is saved when the duo meet a couple of famous travel bloggers (Huarte and Miguel Ángel Muñoz).

John Cleese, Elle King and Gavin Guerrero also star in the film written by Jamie Lissow & Patricia Schneider.

Rob Schneider produced alongside Patricia Schneider, David Tanner and Angie M. Cruz from Mandalini Pictures, with Dusty Desert Trailer’s Todd Graves executive producing, and Joss Monzon and Francisco Herrera creating the animation.

Huarte’s previous credits include Enfermo Amor, 40 y 20 and The Vineyard.

Cassandra Sanchez-Navarro Signs with Buchwald & Anonymous Content for U.S. Representation

Cassandra Sanchez-Navarro is ready to crossover stateside…

The 30-year-old Mexican actress and telenovela star has signed with Buchwald and Anonymous Content for representation in the United States.

Cassandra Sanchez-Navarro

Sanchez-Navarro starred in the romantic comedy Cindy La Regiaa film that went on to become the most successful film in her native Mexico in 2020.

She most recently appeared in the Pantaya release El Peligro En Tu Miranda, currently available for viewing on streaming platforms.

Up next, she will appear in two films: Malcriados and Enfermo Amor opening in Mexico later this year.

Other credits include appearances in Netflix’s Sense 8 and El Dragon: Return of the Warrior for Univision and Televisa.

Sanchez-Navarro was classically trained at LA’s Lee Strasberg Academy and New York American Musical and Dramatic Academy, before going to London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

She’s a fifth-generation actor and granddaughter of Manolo Fabregas, often referred to as ‘The Man of Theater’, and the first Mexican to perform on Broadway, starring opposite legends including Shirley MacLaine and Clint Eastwood.

She continues to be represented by manager Prensa Danna in Mexico.