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Nico Tortorella el nuevo protagonista gay ‘The Walking Dead’

Llegará un nuevo segundo spin-off de la famosa serie The Walking Dead: World Beyond y en esta historia alterna de un personaje gay.

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La nueva historia estará situada 10 años después del apocalipsis zombie, donde un sobreviviente de la comunidad LGBT+ será el protagonista retratando a un chico gay que conectará con las nuevas generaciones en busca de igualdad. 

Nico Tortorella, que se identifica como género no binario en la vida real, será el encargado de interpretar a Félix, un chico que fue rechazado y discriminado por su familia biológica por ser gay.

Un personaje que muestra a un chico gay valiente, luchador y aguerrido liderando a un grupo de personas para mantenerlos unidos y en equilibrio, mostrando su capacidad de hacer cualquier cosa por las personas que ama.

Esta nueva serie se centra en la historia de la primera generación nacida en el mundo postapocalíptico.

“The Walking Dead: World Beyond” llega a la pantalla chica el 12 de abril del 2020.

 

¡Conoce a Nico Tortorella!

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“Nico’s arrival in the Philippines couldn’t have been more timely. Love, life, sex, and sexuality have been parts of a constant discourse among people, yet they’ve been circumscribed. With Nico’s words that could be way too explicit for many, their art has immediately taken center stage in many of their conversations. A realization struck them during a private dinner they had in the country. Approaching conversations about love and sexuality in a relatable manner has begun a discussion that has been silenced since forever. “The fact that it took me to come in and bring this conversation to [a certain group of people] in a pretty conservative country was one of those moments when I was like, ‘Wow, this work is actually so much more important than I even realize’,” Nico adds.” #niconiconico #allofitisyou #loveyall ———————————————————————— From TV to literature—Nico Tortorella (@nicotortorella) shares their advocacies in more ways than one and there's nothing that can stop this artist from doing what they do best. Photography by Jerick Sanchez (@jericksanchez) Hair by Cats Del Rosario (@drcats) Grooming by Aimee Grey (@aimeegrey) Creative Direction by Suki Salvador (@sukisalvador) Art Direction by Macky Arquilla (@mackyarquilla) Styling by RJ Roque (@rjroquestar) Shoot Coordinator Thea Martin (@theadmartin) Special thanks to National Book Store (@nationalbookstore) Shot on location at Discovery Primea Makati (@discoveryprimea) Words by Francheska Testa (@170.c)

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