Who all are featuring in the “To Die for Sane”

The next thriller will introduce a new face in the Marvel universe, combining ICE agents and forced deportations with the classic Myth of El Cuco, a dark figure from Latinx lore. Danny Ramirez will produce and star in the films ‘To Die Sane,’ co-written by Moises Zamora and Carlos Cisco,’ ‘The Falcon and the Soldier of the Winter,’ and ‘The Falcon and the Soldier of the Winter.’

Ramirez will be known to Marvel fans as Joaquin Torres in a new Disney+ action series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan. Torres, Ramirez’s character, first appeared as Falcon’s new sidekick in the “Captain America: Sam Wilson” series in 2015. He was the first character to appear in Marvel Comics. Based on his story in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” Marvel appears to be following suit, but we’ll have to wait and see.

When will it release? 

This is a difficult question to answer early in the match, but we can imagine the release of “To Die Sane” in a year or two. “Plus/Minus,” Ramirez’s current film, is about a young woman who splits her life into two different, simultaneous scenarios — one in which she becomes pregnant as a young adult in his home city of Texas, and another in which she successfully moves to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams and face new challenges (via The Hollywood Reporter).

Who-all  are among the cast

Ramirez has already made a name for himself in Hollywood, thanks to his roles in the new Hulu series “Plus/Minus” and “Falcon and Winter Soldier.” The young actor in the Netflix hit series “On My Block” was the hit “The Gown” and “Orange is the New Black,” as well as Ruby Martinez’s elder brother, Jason Genao, from “The Gifted” and “Orange is the New Black.” Aside from that, he has also appeared on Netflix. He will also appear in Ramirez’s Assassination Nation in the upcoming action film ‘Top Gun: Maverick.’

What is it about

While there hasn’t been much information released about the next film’s plot, what we do know is very intriguing. “To Die Sane” follows “a very brutal Mexican-American ICE agent who becomes more paranoid and disgusted after the suicide of a young detained immigrant and his agents becoming one by one victims of El Cuco, Latin American lore’s mythical child-giving figure.” Ramirez is supposed to lead in a new direction in a culturally relevant storey, based on El Cuco mythology.


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