Not so villainous, not so holy. That was what captivated Juan Ignacio Cane to give life to “José Pérez”, who has become the new antagonist of “Luis Miguel: the series“, With a character who seems to be responsible for leading the so-called” Sol de México “to a crisis that almost ruins his career.
“I do not take ‘José Pérez’ as a villain, but more as an opportunist, one of the many people who are always close to the stars, but who are parasites, who are the order of the day not only to live their lives , but also for see what slice they can get“, Explains the actor when remembering the decisions that this character makes in the finances and scenarios of the interpreter of” The unconditional “.
Juan Ignacio Cane, originally from Rosario, Argentina, highlights the commitment and nervousness to join a project that was positioned as the favorite in Latin America through Netflix since the premiere with its first season, so the expectations for its second installment increased for the new cast that was integrated together with Diego Boneta and César Bordón, to relate the personal and labor conflicts of Luis Miguel from the 90s.
“It is something very nice what all the spectators are experiencing because they waited a long time for a second season and we as actors have the possibility not only to work, but also be in a production of this size, of being able to tell such a beautiful story not only for Mexico, but for Latin America, Luis Miguel is an icon throughout the continent ”.