Rede Globo troca protagonista de “Velho Chico”: Sai Sabatella e entra Pitanga

  • Letícia Sabatella será substituída por Camila Pitanga em "Velho Chico"

    Letícia Sabatella será substituída por Camila Pitanga em “Velho Chico”

A próxima novela das nove da Globo, “Velho Chico”, de Benedito Ruy Barbosa, acaba de sofrer uma importante mudança em seu elenco. Letícia Sabatella, chamada para fazer a protagonista, e uma das primeiras a ser lembrada para o elenco, acaba de ceder o seu lugar para Camila Pitanga. De acordo com Sabatella, as razões que acabaram determinando esta troca estão relacionadas a problemas com a agenda.

“Não foi possível conciliar as agendas para dedicar-me ao trabalho. Mas foi muito produtivo ter podido participar junto com pessoas que gosto muito das oficinas e contribuir com os fundamentos do processo. ‘Velho Chico’ há de brilhar!”, torce a atriz.

Em 2016, Letícia Sabatella contou que terá shows com a Caravana Tonteria, apresentações do espetáculo “Trágica.3”, que traz uma releitura contemporânea das tragédias gregas Medeia, Electra e Antígona, além de estar envolvida com a produção de filmes.

Consultado, o autor Benedito Ruy Barbosa assegurou que não tinha conhecimento do assunto.

Antes de Letícia confirmar sua saída, a alteração já era dada como certa em setores da própria emissora ou mais propriamente na área da teledramaturgia. O papel em questão é o da filha de um poderoso coronel (Antônio Fagundes) que surgirá na segunda fase da trama. Ela terá que abrir mão do seu grande amor por causa dos conflitos de terra entre duas famílias rivais. Uma trama com influência bem shakespeariana.

Ao UOL, em outubro, Sabatella havia dito que estava confirmada na novela:  “Estou superfeliz. Já aceitei o convite. Estou lendo a personagem e pelo que sei é uma das protagonistas”, disse a atriz.

O último trabalho de Camila Pitanga foi em “Babilônia”, do Gilberto Braga e Ricardo Linhares, e que ela não foi muito bem, inclusive sendo alvo de muitas críticas. O papel, no entanto, era muito fraco, e acabou interferindo no seu desempenho. O “Velho Chico”, além da oportunidade que se apresenta, será importante também para a sua recuperação.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

James Akel said that Dilma Rousseff currently has no courage to travel to Europe

DILMA MAY PROHIBITED  TRAVEL TO EUROPE

When to start the trial of Petrobras in the US, where the name of Dilma is quoted being president of the company’s Board, she may have to not travel more to Europe as it becomes liable to be arrested like they did with Marin and last with General Noriega who was president of a country.

Dilma just may have to travel only to communists countries.

 

James Akel in 12 November 2015

James Akel comenta que Dilma Rousseff não tem coragem atualmente de viajar para a Europa

DILMA PODE NÃO PODER MAIS VIAJAR PRA EUROPA

Quando começar o julgamento da Petrobras nos EUA, onde o nome de Dilma é citado sendo presidente do Conselho da empresa, ela pode ter que não viajar mais pra Europa pois passa a ser passível de ser presa igual fizeram com Marin e no passado com o General Noriega que era presidente de um país.

Dilma só pode ter que só viajar pra países bolivarianistas.

 

James Akel no dia 12/11/2015

Russia 2018/United Arab Emirates 2019 Qualifiers :Uzbekistan 3-1 DPR Korea

Tashkent: Igor Sergeev was on target for the third successive match as Uzbekistan moved to within one point of Group H leaders DPR Korea after coming from a goal down to defeat the East Asians 3-1 in their 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup joint-qualifier on Thursday.

After going down 4-2 to the North Koreans in their qualifying curtain raiser in June, Uzbekistan embarked on a run of three successive victories but their hopes of maintaining their winning momentum suffered an early setback when Ri Hyok Chol – who opened his Group H account in the triumph over the Uzbeks in Pyongyang – headed home his second of the campaign with just two minutes at the Pakhtakor Stadium played.

Local hero Sergeev, who scored the only goal of the game as Uzbekistan defeated DPR Korea 1-0 at January’s AFC Asian Cup, headed the hosts level in the 24th minute with his fourth of the campaign following his double against the Philippines and strike against Bahrain, as the Pakhtakor forward’s equaliser saw an evenly-fought first half end all square.

Substitute Alexander Geynrikh, himself no stranger to scoring against the North Koreans having accounted for the winner in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang four years ago, doubled Uzbekistan’s lead in the 66th minute before skipper Odil Ahmedov sealed the 3-1 win with three minutes remaining.

Uzbekistan’s fourth consecutive victory took their points tally to 12, one less than DPR Korea who have played one game more than Samvel Babayan’s side.

The group winners and four best runners-up (total 12 teams) will advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup finals and the final round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The next best 24 teams from the preliminary stage of the joint qualifiers will compete in a separate competition for the remaining slots (12 slots or 11 slots + 1 slot for the host) in the 24-team 2019 Asian Cup.

 

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Russia 2018/United Arab Emirates 2019 Qualifiers :Philippines 0-1 Yemen

 

Manila: Yemen picked up their first three points of the 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup joint-qualifiers on Thursday when second-half substitute Ahmed Al Sarori scored a late winner as the Group H strugglers stunned the Philippines with a 1-0 victory.

The hosts dominated the majority of the match at the Rizal Memorial Stadium only for 17-year-old Al Sarori, who entered the fray in place of Waleed Al Hubaishi with 20 minutes remaining, to score the match winner in the 83rd minute with Yemen’s first goal of the qualifying campaign.

While Yemen’s first three points of the qualifiers didn’t improve their standing, with Amen Al Sunaini’s side still sitting at the foot of the table, defeat was a major blow in the Philippines’ quest to close the gap on frontrunners DPR Korea and Uzbekistan.

With the Uzbeks defeating the North Koreans 3-1 on Thursday to move to within one point of the Group H leaders, the Azkals’ surprise loss to Yemen sees Tom Dooley’s side remain on seven points, five behind Uzbekistan and just one ahead of fourth-place Bahrain, who have played a game less than the Philippines.

The group winners and four best runners-up (total 12 teams) will advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup finals and the final round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The next best 24 teams from the preliminary stage of the joint qualifiers will compete in a separate competition for the remaining slots (12 slots or 11 slots + 1 slot for the host) in the 24-team 2019 Asian Cup.

Russia 2018/United Arab Emirates 2019 Qualifiers :Lebanon 7-0 Laos

Beirut: Lebanon remained in contention for a spot at the FIFA World Cup 2018 and AFC Asian Cup 2019 after downing Laos 7-0 in their Group G qualifying match at the Municipal Stadium on Thursday.

A stunning 15-minute, four goal barrage from Lebanon saw the hosts reach half-time with a comfortable lead with Hassan Chaito registering a brace.

Lebanon were applying pressure throughout the opening period as Youssef Mohamad got the breakthrough goal, nodding home Mohamad Haidar’s free kick on 27 minutes.

The Lebanese doubled their advantage on 34 minutes thanks to Roda Antar. An incisive through ball by the influential Haidar found Hassan Maatouk whose chipped cross was headed over Laos goalkeeper Bounthisanh and into the net by the number 20.

Lebanon grabbed a third shortly after, Maatouk once again finding the byline and a splendid cross to tee up Chaito, who made no mistake in slotting past Bounthisanh just two minutes later.

And then it was four for Lebanon as Bounthisanh could can only palm a Maatouk cross into the path of the onrushing Ali Hamam who slammed home on 42 minutes.

Maatouk finally had the goal his wonderful wing play deserved when he won the ball in the Laos penalty area before dribbling to the byline and poking past Bounthisanh on 59 minutes.

Joan Oumari clinched his side’s sixth goal with a stunning volley from outside of the penalty area on the stroke of full time, before Chaito grabbed his second, and his side’s seventh, when he rounded the goalkeeper before coolly slotting home three minutes into stoppage time.

The group winners and four best runners-up (total 12 teams) will advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup finals and the final round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The next best 24 teams from the preliminary stage of the joint qualifiers will compete in a separate competition for the remaining slots (12 slots or 11 slots + 1 slot for the host) in the 24-team 2019 Asian Cup.

Russia 2018/United Arab Emirates 2019 Qualifiers :Korea Republic 4-0 Myanmar

 

Suwon: Korea Republic tightened their grip at the top of Group G on Thursday as a 4-0 win over Myanmar saw the Taeguk Warriors register a fifth straight FIFA World Cup 2018/AFC Asian Cup 2019 joint-qualifying win.

Two goals in either half at the Suwon World Cup Stadium helped Uli Stielike’s charges edge ever closer to a spot at Asia’s next continental gathering in the UAE and the final round of qualifying for the global extravaganza in Russia.

Roared on by a vocal crowd, the Koreans started brightly and should have taken the lead with only eight minutes on the clock had Kwak Tae-hwi not directed a close range header into the arms of a relieved Kyaw Zin Phyo in the Myanmar goal.

The home faithful did not have to wait too long however before the breakthrough came, Lee Jae-sung collecting the ball neatly on his chest and rifling the ball home on 18 minutes.

The 2015 AFC Asian Cup runners-up should have extended their lead shortly after, but Jang Hyun-soo struck his 23rd minute penalty against the upright following Ko Ko Thein’s foul on Hwang Ui-jo in the area.

Much to Jang’s relief, Koo Ja-cheol duly made amends by notching the host nation’s second of the night thanks to a towering header on 30 minutes from Ji Dong-won’s pinpoint cross from the left.

After a blistering Ki Seung-yueng drive had come close to stretching his side’s lead, Myanmar mustered their first real chance of the game five minutes into the second period when Ko Ko Kyaw connected with David Htan’s free-kick only to flash a header narrowly wide.

Tottenham Hotspur ace Son Heung-min was introduced shortly after the hour mark and the talented 23-year-old wasted little time in making an impact.

With 82 minutes on the clock, the former Bayer Leverkusen star delivered a perfect free-kick from which the unmarked Jang converted, before playing in Nam Tae-hee to score Korea’s fourth and final goal of the game.

The group winners and four best runners-up (total 12 teams) will advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup finals and the final round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The next best 24 teams from the preliminary stage of the joint qualifiers will compete in a separate competition for the remaining slots (12 slots or 11 slots + 1 slot for the host) in the 24-team 2019 Asian Cup.

Photo: AFP

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