Money Heist: Úrsula Corberó REACTS to Final Season and Talks Possible Tokyo Sequel

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Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “Money Heist: Úrsula Corberó REACTS to Final Season and Talks Possible Tokyo Sequel” – below is their description.

ET speaks with Úrsula Corberó and José Manuel Poga about the final season of ‘Money Heist,’ AKA ‘Casa de Papel.’ The two stars react to the ending of the hit Netflix series and talk about working on a possible sequel with their characters. ‘Money Heist’ is streaming now on Netflix.

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