Bullet Train Actress Andrea Muñoz Talks Hollywood, Representation and Bad Bunny on Clubhouse

Andrea Muñoz - Actress Bullet Train

If you Google Andrea Muñoz, you will be served multiple links to interviews where the Bullet Train actress is asked the same question over and over; “What was it like to kiss Bad Bunny?”

On August 3rd, AMIGOS hosted Muñoz on Clubhouse where she talked about her role opposite Bad Bunny as love interest, Mrs. Wolf, along with Brad Pitt and a cast packed with Hollywood powerhouses.

But that’s not all she discussed in this long-form fireside chat-style audio event moderated by Danay Escanaverino, Rodrigo Bravo and Nando Rodriguez.

Muñoz shared what it was like to be offered her breakout role in such a hit.

She also shared insight into Latino representation in Hollywood and her journey as an actress, immigrant and proud Colombiana.

Half-way through the event, the audience was invited to ask questions as the actress answered each one with vulnerability and candor.

It’s no surprise that she gained quite a few new fans.

Bullet Train Actress Andrea Muñoz Talks Hollywood, Representation and Bad Bunny on Clubhouse

Bullet Train Cast

Brad Pitt as Ladybug
Sandra Bullock as Maria Beetle
Joey King as Prince
Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Tangerine
Brian Tyree Henry as Lemon
Hiroyuki Sanada as The Elder
Andrew Koji as Kimura
Benito A Martínez Ocasio (aka Bad Bunny) as Wolf
Michael Shannon as White Death
Andrea Muñoz as Mrs. Wolf

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