Natalia Reyes to lead to sci-fi thriller “Tomorrow Before After”

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Tomorrow Before After, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller, has cast Natalia Reyes (Terminator: Dark Fate, Birds of Passage). According to Deadline, filmmaker Alfonso Quijada will write and direct the film, which will be shot in Colombia later this month. With just a stray dog by her side, a lady with no name (played by Reyes) tries to live on her own in a post-apocalyptic world, seeking other survivors.

In her journey, she encounters a world that has crumbled and been completely devastated, and it appears that she is the last survivor in the universe for a long time — until she learns she is pregnant one day. She starts to doubt her own existence since she doesn’t see how this is possible.

Through Barager’s Apollo Pictures and Ihnatowycz’s First Generation Capital, Chad Barager and Ian Ihnatowycz (Bitter Harvest, The Inheritance) are creating Tomorrow Before After. Diego Ramirez of Colombian production firm 64-A Films is also on board in this capacity.

Natalia Reyes was born in Bogota and began acting at the age of nine, appearing in many national TV series and films. She went to New York in 2011 to pursue her education at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. The Colombian actress is well recognized for her part in Sony’s blockbuster Latin American serial opera Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas (2015). A Mano Limpia (2010-2013) and Cubia Ninja are two of her other works (2013-2015). In 2019, she was cast in the sixth edition of the Terminator franchise, Terminator: Dark Fate.

Reyes is most recognized for her role as Dani Ramos in James Cameron’s Sky dance and Paramount production of Tim Miller’s Terminator: Dark Fate. The Colombian actress also appeared in Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra’s criminal drama Birds of Passage, which opened in the Directors’ Fortnight section of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. Her TV credits include the role of Lady Tabares in Sony’s successful Latin American series Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas.


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