Here is a fun (and short) interview with Benjamin Bratt discussing his role in Ride Along 2 from Made In Hollywood TV:
Ride Along 2 – featuring Benjamin Bratt as notorious drug dealer Antonio Pope – premiered yesterday, Wednesday, January 6, 2016, in Miami, FL.
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And here is a behind the scenes interview with Benjamin Bratt:
Ride Along 2 will be out in US theaters on January 15, 2016.
I’d like to wish Merry Christmas & Happy 2016 to all those celebrating.
Benjamin turns 52 today. Happy birthday, Benjamin!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Benjamin Bratt has been cast as the male lead in Lee Daniels’ music drama pilot, commissioned by Fox.
He will play as Jahil, a talent manager with taste, a hidden life and drive for redemption, opposite Queen Latifah.
Benjamin’s daughter, Sophia, turns 13 today. Happy birthday, Sophia!
A second trailer for Ride Along 2 – featuring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube for an all-new mission, which sees them heading to Miami to take down a notorious drug dealer played by Benjamin Bratt – has been released. The movie will be out in theaters next January.
Benjamin’s son, Mateo, turns 10 today. Happy birthday, Mateo!
Universal Pictures has released Ride Along 2 trailer via their official YouTube account, with Benjamin Bratt appearing briefly.
After establishing Ice Cube and Kevin Hart as the Alpha dog and his “mate” in the initial Ride Along, the upcoming sequel does what so many sequels before it have tried to do: Take the show on the road. In an effort to get closer to a powerful drug supplier (Benjamin Bratt), Atlanta police partners James (Cube) and Ben (Hart) must venture down to Miami and pose under various undercover guises to bring the case to closure. Of course, the incompetent Ben slows James down, and even the help of local colleagues like Maya Cruz (Munn) or A.J. (Jeong) can’t help the mismatched duo.
Ride Along 2 will be released on January 15, 2016.
Netflix movie Special Correspondents – featuring >Benjamin Bratt along with Eric Bana – started filming in Toronto, Canada, on May 15. Principal photography will complete in New York City on July 3. Special Correspondents will debut on Netflix next year.