Share The pup was most likely a Golden Retriever and a Poodle mix. His lady love appeared to be the picture of joy as she held one of the small animals. The blonde had on no makeup and her blonde locks were worn bed head style. The beauty had on a grey shirt like Penn's and low-riding jeans The blonde had on no makeup and her blonde locks were worn bed head style. The beauty had on a grey shirt like Penn's and low-riding jeans. He chose a Hollywood spinoff: David Broome, who worked with Mexican actress Kate del Castillo to put together the three-part Netflix series, says they tried to get Penn's input several times leading up to the series on their encounter with a then fugitive Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, without response, until just two weeks before it aired.
The star used to be married to Madonna and then Robin Wright 'We tried several attempts to get Sean and have him participate. First, I asked Netflix to reach out to his agents. There were several calls made over several weeks. I also called his house and I spoke to his assistant and I gave all the details. Then, when we were two weeks from launching the series, we get a call from his agents saying, ''Sean must see this documentary… must.
It's a different beast than edits for a show on a TV network, but they eventually sent it to him in advance out of consideration. Kate del Castillo right was preparing to run a film about his life, but Sean left had plans for a Rolling Stone interview The Mexican authorities had del Castillo and Penn under surveillance as soon as they landed in Mexico El Chapo was captured just days before the Rolling Stone interview came out.
He is seen here in a photo from being transported by authorities 'So I said: And that's when it all started. Penn says there are suggestions by the sources in the series that he had alerted the Department of Justice that he was traveling to a secret location in Mexico to interview El Chapo.
Nowhere do we say that Sean Penn was in cahoots, cooperating, working for, or with, the D. His attorney would have told someone at the United States government. Then the United States government would have told somebody in the Mexican government. If you're Sean Penn and you're going to to see El Chapo in Mexico, would you just get on a plane going seven hours into the middle of the jungle and not tell anyone?
Not make sure that you are protected, at the very least, by journalistic immunity? That was their big concern. But really what I think is Sean was concerned he was going to look like a jerk,' Broome claims. In the documentary, del Castillo claims that Penn never told her about his desire to do an interview for Rolling Stone magazine, and that it was a request Penn put out during their meeting with Guzman deep in the jungles of Mexico.
It is also suggested in the series that Penn's repeated insistence in getting more from El Chapo for the Rolling Stone article could have tripped the cartel leader up beyond any risks he already taken in meeting del Castillo and Penn in the first place. Guzman was capture days before Rolling Stone ran Penn's article about meeting with the then fugitive drug lord.