Torrente 3: El protector
|Torrente 3: El protector|
|Directed by||Santiago Segura|
|Produced by||María Luisa Gutiérrez|
|Written by||Santiago Segura|
|Edited by||Amiguetes Entertainment|
Antena 3 Films
|Box office||18.168.924 euros|
Torrente 3: El protector is a 2005 Spanish black comedy film directed, written, produced and starring Santiago Segura as the lead character, Spanish cop José Luis Torrente. The film was the third in the popular Torrente series (following Torrente 2: Misión en Marbella) and was successful at the box office. Santiago Segura decided to make a parody of the American film The Bodyguard, which was directed by Mick Jackson and starred Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston.
- Santiago Segura as Torrente; the actor had to gain 20 kilos in weight in order to portray his character again.
- José Mota as Josito
- Carlos Latre as Pepito Torrente, Torrente's son
- Javier Gutiérrez as Juan Francisco Solís
- Yvonne Sciò as Giannina Ricci
- Enrique Villén as Salas
- Luis Larrodera as Menéndez
- Silvia Gambino as Vanessa
- Tony Leblanc as Mauricio Torrente
- Ruth Zanón as Fiorella
- Xavier Deltell as Linares
- Jimmy Barnatán as José María
- Fabio Testi as Montellini Roures
- Beatriz Castillo as Boor stewardess
- Lucía Lapiedra as Dancer at brothel
- Edda Díaz as Plane passenger next to Torrente
- Film directors: Oliver Stone, Chris Columbus, John Landis and Guillermo del Toro.
- Humorists: Andreu Buenafuente, Florentino Fernández, Marcos Mundstock, Santiago Urrialde, Fofito and Señor Barragán.
- Athletes: Fernando Torres, Iker Casillas, Iván Helguera, Guti, Fran Murcia and Luís Figo.
- Actors: Benicio del Toro, Helga Liné, Carlos Iglesias, Carlos Pumares, Miriam Sánchez, Tony Leblanc, Pablo Pinedo, Eduardo Gómez and Eduardo García (young Torrente).
- Singers: Dani Martín and El Fary
- Others: El Risitas and Cañita Brava
On October 5th, 2005, a Video Game Adaptation under the same name was released for the PS2 and Microsoft Windows. Developed by Virtual Toys and Published by Virgin Play S.A.
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