How to Be a Latin Lover (2017)

July 26, 2017 621 72 No Comments

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How to Be a Latin Lover is a 2017 American comedy film directed by Ken Marino, written by Chris Spain and Jon Zack and stars Eugenio Derbez, Salma Hayek, Rob Lowe, Kristen Bell, Raphael Alejandro, Raquel Welch and Rob Riggle. It was released on April 28, 2017 by Pantelion Films and grossed $57 million worldwide.

Having made a career of seducing rich older women, Maximo (Eugenio Derbez) marries a wealthy woman (Renée Taylor) more than twice his age. 25 years later, spoiled, out of shape and bored from waking up next to his now 80-year-old wife, he gets the surprise of his life when she ends up dumping him for a younger car salesman.

Forced out of his mansion and desperate for a place to stay, he shacks up with another gigolo Rick’s (Rob Lowe) older girlfriend’s granddaughter’s upscale playhouse, and eventually moves in with his estranged sister, Sara (Salma Hayek) and her nerdy but adorable son, Hugo (Raphael Alejandro) in their small apartment. Anxious to return to the lap of luxury, Maximo uses his nephew’s crush on classmate Arden (Mckenna Grace), to get to his new target—her grandmother, Celeste (Raquel Welch), a widowed billionaire.

Maximo teaches his nephew some tricks he thinks that works during which he finds himself bonding with his nephew Hugo. Maximo tries to reignite his charm as a Latin lover, and fails at it miserably. Sara comes to know of Maximo tack and kicks him out. Finally at the end of the tricks he moves in with Rick’s older girlfriend who had a crush on him and patches up the relation with his sister and nephew.

Directed by Ken Marino
Produced by

Eugenio Derbez
Benjamin Odell

Written by

Chris Spain
Jon Zack

Starring

Eugenio Derbez
Salma Hayek
Rob Lowe
Kristen Bell
Raquel Welch
Rob Corddry
Michael Cera
Rob Riggle

Music by Craig Wedren
Cinematography John Bailey
Edited by John Daigle
Production
company

3Pas Studios
Distributed by Pantelion Films
Release date

April 28, 2017

Running time
115 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language

English
Spanish

Budget $10 million[2]
Box office $57.1 million[3]




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