Tokyo’s destiny is confirmed in Money Heist Season 5 as the actor hints, “I could come back.”


Tokyo’s destiny is confirmed in Money Heist Season 5 as the actor hints, “I could come back.”

MONEY HEIST actor rsula Corberó appears to have announced that her character Tokyo will make it through the final season of the Spanish drama, which premieres on Netflix this Friday.

This Friday, Netflix will release the first half of Money Heist’s highly anticipated fifth season. rsula Corberó has opened up about the pain of saying goodbye to her character Tokyo in the run-up to the show’s grand finale, hinting that she may revisit the legendary role in the future.

Money Heist actress rsula Corberó has hinted that the robber known as Tokyo may return to the big screen in the future.

Despite the fact that the series will come to a stunning finish this year, there are still rumors of a possible spin-off or continuation.

Corberó added to the intrigue when she said in a recent interview with Variety that this might not be the end of Tokyo’s narrative.

She explained, “When we finished shooting, I decided not to say goodbye to Tokyo.”

After production wrapped earlier this year, the majority of the cast tweeted tearful farewells to their roles on Instagram.

This has led to speculation that a number of the cast members, including Rio (Miguel Herrán) and the Professor (lvaro Morte), may be murdered off next season.

However, as she conveyed her reaction to the series’ conclusion, Corberó hinted that Tokyo, the series’ narrator, will make it out of the Bank of Spain alive.

“It seemed too heartbreaking, so I decided to take her with me for the rest of my life, and I never turn down an opportunity,” she continued.

“Right now, the healthiest thing for me is to do other work, but it doesn’t rule out the possibility of returning in a few years.”

Following her breakout role in Netflix’s international smash, the Spanish actress will surely return to the screen in the near future.

She has already landed a role alongside Henry Golding and Samara Weaving in this year’s huge blockbuster Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins.

Despite some promising professional opportunities, it’s evident that Corberó will always have a soft spot for Money Heist fans.


Unfortunately, Netflix has ended the gripping drama, however showrunner Lex Pina hasn’t ruled out bringing the series back at some point in the future.

“After Part 5, we’ll see what we do next,” he told Variety. But there are no plans for additional for the time being.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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