Netflix in mourning: victims of a fatal accident while filming 2 actors lose their lives …


On Thursday, June 16, 2022, a car accident killed two Mexican actors, Raymundo Garduño Cruz and Juan Francisco González Aguilar, also known as “Paco Mufote”. They were in the midst of filming a new original series called “The Chosen One” on Netflix. During this incident, six other members of the set were also injured and subsequently hospitalized.

The accident occurred in Baja California, on the Santa Rosalia road section, in a desert expanse. While transporting some of the cast members to the local airport in a van, the van abruptly went off the road. Because of this, she turned on herself, injuring and killing two of the actors.

Netflix, after the incident of the two actors, makes an official statement

This incident occurred during Netflix’s filming of the new series “The Chosen One”. This new series, based on a comic created by Mark Millar and Peter Gross, tells the story of a 12-year-old boy. He discovers that he is Jesus Christ and that his vocation in this world is to save humanity.

Writer Mark Millar in April 2022 tweeted about the start of filming on the Netflix series “The American Jesus”. Unfortunately, just two months into filming, this tragic accident occurred, which claimed the lives of two actors and changed the lives of many others.

After this fact, Netflix officially released a statement to Deadline Hollywood column on June 20. They claim to be deeply affected by the incident which not only killed Ray Garduño and Juan Francisco González, but injured many other members of the set. Netflix accurate “Our hearts go out to their loved ones and to those injured in this tragic accident.”

Redrum, a production company that worked on this series, also paid tribute to the victims on social networks. She says she is shocked and saddened by the deaths of two of her actors. Redrum also claims to have been in contact with the authorities and adds that “Reports and testimony indicate that all security protocols were in place and it was an unfortunate accident.”

Another tribute was paid by the Baja California Department of Culture on social media. This government institution tweeted: “On behalf of the state government, we deeply regret the deaths of Raymoundo Garduño Cruz and Juan Francisco González Aguilar.” This is followed by “Our condolences to his family, friends and the Baja California arts community. Rest in peace “.

Relatives of the deceased ask for a thorough study

Relatives and friends of the victims of the accident have communicated their fears about the working standards encountered at the heart of the film company. Among other things, the writer and novelist Rick Zazueta has accused Netflix and Redrum on Facebook of having caused the death of the two Mexicans. He points out the problem of the conditions in which these two actors had to work. He adds on his Facebook page “His death is a tragedy not only for the theft of these talents, but above all because these deaths have culprits (…) The actors have not stopped complaining about the harm that has been done to them. in particular in terms of transport and logistics (…) old panels with smooth tires, tired and overworked drivers – the actors transported like cattle to save a few pesos ”.

He also asks his colleagues who work on “The Chosen One” to pick up and stop filming. He quotes Stacy Perskie but also Everardo Gout, who according to him is the real culprit of this incident, saying that the two should not go unpunished. He is convinced that not only Perskie and Everardo, but also Netflix will try to hide their involvement in the incident. He also thinks that if the other actors don’t defend their deceased colleagues, the same thing could happen to them.

Faced with this terrible incident, a discussion is currently underway between Netflix and the United States Actors Guild to find the culprit. Therefore, until further notice, the filming of this new series is halted.

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