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Eugenio Derbez stops by Cali 93.9 with Angelica Vale on the ‘La Vale Show’ and talks about the Radical Premiere at the Sundance Festival. He talks about the magical moment he had and what made them launch the film on a grander scale. Eugenio Derbez is a prominent Mexican actor and comedian known for his roles in films like “The Book of Life,” “The Angry Birds Movie 2,” and “CODA.” Throughout the 2010s, he also made appearances in various American films and television series, including “Jack and Jill,” “Girl in Progress,” “Rob!,” and “Miracles from Heaven,” while providing Spanish dubs for numerous iconic characters in films like “Dr. Dolittle,” “Mulan,” “102 Dalmatians,” and the “Shrek” franchise.
Eugenio Derbez tells Angelica Vale this film is a special one for him because it’s based on a true story in Mexico of a little girl was was named the next Steve Jobs. This film highlights her story and the professor who believed in her.
Eugenio talks about multiple impactful moments in his life, like his film Coda winning an Oscar, however, it was overshadowed by the viral Will Smith slap. He goes into detail about that special night.