Money Heist season 5: Berlin star issues warning to Tokyo in sneak behind new series

Money Heist season 5: Berlin star issues warning to Tokyo in sneak behind new series

08/05/2021

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The fifth and final season of the Spanish hit series Money Heist will finally be released this September. In the meantime, series regular Pedro Alonso has taken a sneak peek behind the scenes of the international Netflix phenomenon to give his co-stars a talking to.

Pedro Alonso issued a stark warning to his Money Heist co-stars to stop damaging the set of the smash hit Netflix crime series.

Despite his character Berlin being killed off at the end of the second season, the Spanish actor returned to set to visit the rest of the cast in a brand new backstage look at the new season.

Berlin, a professional and highly skilled cat burglar who partners up with criminal mastermind The Professor (played by Álvaro Morte) will return for season five in various flashback scenes.

Before more about his past crimes are revealed later this year, Alonso took viewers on a tour of the interior set used in the latest seasons of Money Heist.

He admitted some of the cast and crew have found his presence a nuisance throughout the show’s production over the years.

Alonso told the cameras: “Some people have told me: don’t talk loud, don’t come in, so let’s go.

“This is a goal in my life. If they say I can’t enter a place, I enter, of course.”

At one point Pedro Alonso interrupts one of his co-stars to warn her about her behaviour on-set.

The Spanish star told the cameras ‘this is illegal’ before gatecrashing co-star Úrsula Corberó’s secretive photoshoot for season five.

He then took to accuse Corberó and the rest of the Professor’s team of damaging the show’s locations when he wasn’t there.

“Didn’t I tell you,” he said. “These people work hard. Stop breaking all the sets please.”

Corberó turned towards the cameras and said, exasperated: “What a guy, huh?”

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Dressed in the robber’s signature red jumpsuit, Corberó gestures towards Alonso’s fancy threads and adds: “He comes here all dressed up, huh?”

Fans of the series were in stitches as Alonso doubled down on his accusations of his co-stars’ poor behaviour.

He continued: “These are the ones to blame for everything. That it’s not clean, and tidy.”

The actor then said to Denver star Jaime Lorente: “I keep saying it, I mean, this morning it was clean.”

A new Money Heist sizzle reel then confirmed the Bank of Spain will indeed be ripped to shreds as the chaos of the final season unfolds.

Tokyo and the team were preparing to go to war against the police following the death of Nairobi (Alba Flores), so fans are already expecting the most action-packed instalment yet.

Thankfully, Pedro Alonso clearly doesn’t hold the cast’s messiness against them as he’s seen hugging his fellow co-stars at the end of the video.

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1 will be released on Friday, September 3 on Netflix. Volume 2 is coming Friday, December 3.


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