Del Toro, Moner and Brolin star in crime thriller “Sicario: Day of the Soldado.”
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Taller than Danny de Vito but much shorter than the average household refrigerator, teen star Isabela Moner is the first to admit that she hardly cuts an imposing figure. But the 1.5-meter Cleveland native steals scenes alongside seasoned veterans like Josh Brolin and Benicio del Toro in the brutal action sequel to 2015 crime thriller "Sicario". The actress, who turns 17 in a few days, got no kid-gloves treatment filming her role as a kidnap victim in the fierce, emotional and R-rated "Sicario: Day of the Soldado". Moner soon discovered that playing a victim of violent crime meant putting up with all the privations that the adult actors endured, including being bound and gagged.The film reteams Oscar-winner Del Toro, as the mysterious attorney-turned-assassin Alejandro, with federal agent Matt Graver, portrayed once again by Josh Brolin.
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