Netflix Narcos location scout found shot dead in Mexico

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Narcos' filmmaker shot dead scouting for locations in rural Mexico

- telegraph.co.uk
17 Sep 2017
A location scout for hit Netflix show "Narcos" has been shot dead in Mexico while looking for places to film the programme's fourth season. Carlos Muñoz Portal, 37, was found dead in his car, his body riddled with bullets in a violent region of central Mexico that lies 60km from Mexico City.

Narcos Location Manager Killed While Scouting in Mexico

17 Sep 2017
Shocking news came from across the border this weekend as Narcos season four location manager Carlos Muñoz Portal (pictured left) was found dead in a rural area outside of Mexico City, having been the victim of multiple gunshots. Find out more below.
- slashfilm.com

Narcos' location scout Carlos Munoz Portal shot dead in Mexico

- 1clickdaily.com
17 Sep 2017
A Mexican location scout Carlos Munoz Portal was shot to death in a violent region in central Mexico while scouting for season four of Netflix's popular show 'Narcos'.Munoz's bullet-riddled body and car were found in a remote area near San Bartolo Actopan in the state of Mexico near the borders of Hidalgo state.In a statement to the media, Netflix said, "We are aware of ...

Narcos" Locations Manager Shot Dead While Scouting In Rural Mexico

17 Sep 2017
Mexican locations manager Carlos Muñoz Portal was shot to death in a violent region in central Mexico Monday while scouting for season four of Netflix's hit show "Narcos." The seasoned scout, who worked for Stacy Perskie's Mexico City-based production company Redrum, has a slew of high profile credits to his name, including, "Sicario," "Spectre," "Fast & ...
- worldstarhiphop.com

Narcos' Location Manager Shot and Killed in Mexico

- rollingstone.com
17 Sep 2017
The upcoming fourth season of Netflix's Narcos reportedly revolves around Mexico's Juarez cartel. A friend of Portal's told El Pais that the location scout had journeyed to an area near the border of the state of Hidalgo - which has Mexico's highest murder rate, with 182 murders in July alone - to take photographs of potential filming sites for the series.

Location Scout for 'Narcos' Found Shot Dead in Mexico

17 Sep 2017
Carlos Muñoz Portal, a location scout for the Netflix hit show, Narcos, was found shot to death in Mexico on Monday. 37-year-old Munoz was found in his bullet-riddled car in a secluded area in San Bartolo Actopan, near the borders of Hidalgo state. His body was discovered hours after he was headed to the State fo Mexico to take production photographs.
- vladtv.com

Narcos' location scout Carlos Munoz Portal shot dead in Mexico while searching locations for season

- bollywoodlife.com
17 Sep 2017
The seasoned scout worked for Stacy Perskie's Mexico City-based production company Redrum, has a slew of high profile credits to his name, including, Sicario, Spectre, Fast & Furious and Apocalypto, reported Variety. "We are aware of the passing of Carlos Munoz Portal, a well-respected location scout, and send our condolences to his family. The facts surrounding his ...

Netflix's "Narcos" Location Scout Shot, Killed In Mexico

17 Sep 2017
"We are aware of the passing of Carlos Muñoz Portal, a well-respected location scout, and send our condolences to his family," Netflix said in a statement. "The facts surrounding his death are still unknown as authorities continue to investigate." Muñoz's death has also led to reports that have Netflix concerned for everyone on Narcos' well-being. They are ...
- hotnewhiphop.com

Man scouting for Netflix' 'Narcos' locations killed in Mexico

- dennismichaellynch.com
17 Sep 2017
In season 3, "Narcos" detailed the rise and fall of Colombia's Cali cartel, shifting the drug wars to Mexico. Season 4 was reportedly set to explore the origins of Mexico's infamous Juarez cartel. Munoz's murder may halt the production of the new season, although there has been no announcement as to whether production will continue in Mexico or move back to Colombia.

Narcos' scout found shot to death while exploring filming sites in Mexico

17 Sep 2017
According to his IMDb profile , Muñoz worked in the television and film industry for more than a decade, starting as a location assistant in the mid-2000s for movies including "Man on Fire," "The Legend of Zorro" and "Apocalypto." His social media pages indicated that he attended the University of the Americas in his native Puebla, Mexico, about 80 miles southeast ...
- washingtonpost.com

Narcos' location scout shot and killed in Mexico

- ksat.com
17 Sep 2017
Narcos season four, which will star Pedro Pascal as DEA agent Javier Peña , moves from Colombia to Mexico, as the story shifts focus onto the Juarez Cartel. Season three premiered on Sept. 1 and the critically-acclaimed series is now streaming on Netflix.

Location Scout For Netflix's Narcos Found Dead, Body Riddled With Bullets In Rural Mexico

17 Sep 2017
More broadly, though, Narcos was reportedly set to focus season four on Mexico's infamous Juarez cartel -- and the fact that Munoz Portal was killed in that area and found "bullet-riddled" in his car may speak for itself as far as who's responsible for the violence.
- perezhilton.com
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