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Is Tokyo really dead in money heist Season 5?

It was the Professor who had stopped Tokyo from going home, and hence 'saved' her life. The Professor realizes after the conversation with Tokyo, that Lisbon is alive. As Tokyo dies in Season 5, she says the same line again. news18.comIs Tokyo Really Dead in Money Heist? Here's What Her Last Sentence to the Professor Was a Repeat Of

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It had already been reported, and the drivers knew, so their attempts to bat away the questions during the Dutch Grand Prix were not the most successful.

“I know where I’ll be driving next year,” George Russell admitted. “Verbally (told) before Spa. I’m not going to sit here and lie and not say the truth. The truth is there’s nothing to announce, but I’m aware of the situation of where I’ll be racing next year and I was informed just prior to Spa.”

After all-but-admitting that he knew his future too, Valtteri Bottas betrayed the fact that it wasn’t at Mercedes by talking about a new project.

“A multi-year contract would be nice, that’s something I never had before in Formula 1,” Bottas said. “That way I definitely could give full commitment to the team, knowing that the work will continue.

“It needs to be challenging, it needs to be exciting, it needs to be fun, in an atmosphere I’d really enjoy working in. I think those are really the main things I’m looking forward to.

“I still have quite a few years in Formula 1. I really want to continue in Formula 1, for sure.”

If that wasn’t enough confirmation for anyone, then the change in tone from Lewis Hamilton – whom Mercedes has taken advice from, but not bowed down to – regarding Russell really sealed the deal.

“I think it would be quite good,” Hamilton said of being paired with Russell. “I honestly think it would be good. George is an incredibly talented driver, clearly.

Hamilton’s public statements about the prospect of Russell joining Mercedes have shifted increasingly toward endorsement in recent weeks. Steven Tee / LAT Images)

“(Russell) is the future, he’s one of the members of the future of the sport. I think he’s already shown incredible driving so far, and I’m sure he’s going to continue to grow. So where better to do it than in a great team like this or what team wherever he goes to?”

Prior to that, Hamilton hadn’t really entertained the idea of Russell joining him; at least, not in public. He had been steadfast in his support of Bottas, and it’s clear to see why.

Bottas has been the perfect teammate for Hamilton, even if he hasn’t been the most exciting one from a neutral’s point of view. The Finn has regularly been the driver second or third on the road behind his more decorated team leader, and has been able to push him particularly hard in qualifying.

Seeing Bottas pick up 17 pole positions in his 92 races for Mercedes so far is a solid effort when compared to the 40 achieved by the most successful qualifier in F1 history. But of those 17 occasions, precious few have been converted into victories: five, to be precise.

Regularly he has dropped back from that position; his race pace not quite matching his qualifying performances. Certainly, he was not at the level of Hamilton and Max Verstappen on most Sundays. But then, Mercedes didn’t always need him to be.

Quite often, Bottas was required to make life strategically difficult for Verstappen, to be the spanner in the works that allowed Hamilton a better chance of victory against a Red Bull that was regularly lacking a second driver at the sharp end. That has even continued this year, where Sergio Perez – on the podium only twice ,compared to seven time for Bottas – has lacked the consistency needed to put Red Bull top of the constructors’ standings.

So Bottas hasn’t needed to change anything from a Mercedes point of view up until now. He has fulfilled the role perfectly and ensured they won every constructors’ championship – and that Hamilton has claimed every drivers’ title – since he joined.

But all good things must come to an end, and it’s definitely time for that.

Bottas has performed the role required of him by Mercedes perfectly during his years with the team. Glenn Dunbar/Motorsport Images

Confirmation of Russell’s promotion will come on Tuesday (if it were even needed after the Bottas announcement), and Mercedes simply couldn’t ignore the performances the Briton was delivering. Some of his qualifying laps in the Williams have been superb, and that has convinced the team that he can do a similar job to Bottas on a Saturday.

With that strength retained, the expectation is for Russell to be an upgrade on Sundays. He has made mistakes in his young career so far, but has also driven impressively under pressure, often having to be defensive after qualifying an uncompetitive Williams further up the grid than it really deserved to be.

He has also shown he can be a team player, taking the opportunity to tell the world when he informed Williams it should prioritize Nicholas Latifi and sacrifice his own race when his teammate was running in the top three early in the chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix. Russell told me that wasn’t a pointed comment, but it certainly was a smart one either way.

Not that Mercedes particularly needs Russell to be that same team player that Bottas has been, because he has been chosen for a different role. Bottas was picked as a very solid, quick team player who would steady Mercedes after the destabilizing spell when Nico Rosberg and Hamilton fought. He had four years of experience behind him, and turned 28 in the year he joined alongside a 32-year-old Hamilton.

Now Bottas is that 32-year-old, Hamilton approaching the later stages of his career and Russell with it all ahead of him at just 23. As the defending champion himself said, he’s the future.

Which is why he couldn’t be allowed to stagnate and needed his big break, and why Bottas also needed a new opportunity. The Finn has done his time, but without Hamilton making a shock decision to stop, he was never going to get his chance to lead at Mercedes, and so that prospect comes elsewhere.

A year ago might have yielded Bottas better options on the grid given the amount of driver movement elsewhere, but he is at least getting to be a big fish in a smaller pond at Alfa Romeo, and will be called upon as the experienced leader to drive the team forward. Whether 2022 offers a more competitive opportunity than 2021 does for that team remains to be seen, but at Mercedes the best-case scenario was once again playing second fiddle to Hamilton.

Bottas gets the chance to rebuild his reputation a little and prove himself as one of the best drivers on the grid who just happened to be paired with an even better one for the past five years. For Russell, a slightly different challenge awaits, as he doesn’t necessarily need to take the fight to Hamilton, but he does have to show himself to be good enough to succeed the seven-time world champion as the team’s focal point at some stage in the future – something that was never really expected of Bottas.

Whether either of them take those chances or not will be in their own hands.

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'Money Heist': 3 Reasons to Binge the Spanish Drama on Netflix

TV Insider 06 September, 2021 - 05:30pm

TV’s most dangerous and daring robbery rages on in Part 5 of the Spanish drama Money Heist, as the gang of thieves, trapped inside the Bank of Spain and surrounded by law enforcement, take more drastic measures to survive.

Here’s why we can’t get enough of the series.

Robbing the system, not the people, is the credo of these Robin Hoods, and some of them come off as so charismatic, we’re tempted to join their revolution. Through flashbacks we get to know the lovable thieves and their various motivations, and when they hurt, we hurt.

Between all the action (and there is plenty of it), romantic relationships develop between unexpected pairs, including a hostage and a robber, and even former police inspector Raquel Murillo (Itziar Ituño) and the Professor (Álvaro Morte), a chameleonic heist mastermind.

Half the fun is discovering the many layers of the Professor’s elaborate schemes, but even better is when they’re blown apart. Or not blown apart, like when the Professor freaks out because a car containing evidence wasn’t destroyed.

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'Money Heist': 3 Reasons to Binge the Spanish Drama on Netflix

Geo News 06 September, 2021 - 05:30pm

TV’s most dangerous and daring robbery rages on in Part 5 of the Spanish drama Money Heist, as the gang of thieves, trapped inside the Bank of Spain and surrounded by law enforcement, take more drastic measures to survive.

Here’s why we can’t get enough of the series.

Robbing the system, not the people, is the credo of these Robin Hoods, and some of them come off as so charismatic, we’re tempted to join their revolution. Through flashbacks we get to know the lovable thieves and their various motivations, and when they hurt, we hurt.

Between all the action (and there is plenty of it), romantic relationships develop between unexpected pairs, including a hostage and a robber, and even former police inspector Raquel Murillo (Itziar Ituño) and the Professor (Álvaro Morte), a chameleonic heist mastermind.

Half the fun is discovering the many layers of the Professor’s elaborate schemes, but even better is when they’re blown apart. Or not blown apart, like when the Professor freaks out because a car containing evidence wasn’t destroyed.

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El Salvador President Confirms The Country Bought 200 Bitcoin

Showbiz Cheat Sheet 06 September, 2021 - 04:05pm

A country adding bitcoin to their reserves is making a solid bet on the future of the country. With there only being 21 million BTC, they are now saving and growing that wealth in a money that no government or central bank can print more of. With the ever increasing demand for bitcoin and the decreasing supply, the President has figured out that Bitcoin is the best vehicle to start storing the country’s wealth in as it has a unbelievable amount of upside.

Game theory is in full swing as El Salvador is adopting a Bitcoin standard begging the question of who will be the next country to buy BTC? We’ve seen lots of interest coming from countries like Panama, Colombia, Brazil, and more. Countries have now entered a race to accumulate as much bitcoin as they can — or get left behind. It will be very interesting to see who buys second and third, creating a domino effect until all countries have bought some.

The worlds eyes are all on Bitcoin and El Salvador. The world is changing. Kids growing up today won’t remember a world without Bitcoin. We are heading into a bright orange future.

Money Heist Recap: Parting Gifts — Plus, Grade the Midseason Finale

TVLine 06 September, 2021 - 02:00pm

On Netflix’s hit crime drama Money Heist, Tokyo’s various lives have less to do with reincarnation and everything to do with reinvention.

And as the first half of Season 5 came to and end, fans got a better understanding of her origin story — before she died — in Episode 5, which was titled, “Lives Many Lives.” For instance, when Tokyo was robbing restaurants with her old boo Rene (which we saw in flashbacks), her name was simply Silene. And after their penultimate heist, Silene and Rene ran away to Portugal and partied it up until the money ran out.

Knowing they would need to nab enough dough to retire, Rene went against his previous hesitations and said they should rob a bank. Silene agreed and said they could run away to Tokyo with the money and live happily ever after. (So, that’s why she’s named Tokyo.) That was not meant to be, obviously, and a security guard shot and killed Rene.

Silene fired back, killed the guard and lived on the lam until the Professor took her in and showed her a smarter and more disciplined way of stealing. (Or, as the Professor put it, “being born again.”) It was in her new life with the Professor and the other Dali-masked bandits that Tokyo met and fell in love with Rio.

The two had a swell life living on an island not far from Panama after their successful Royal Mint of Spain heist. That is, until Tokyo got bored and parted ways with Rio, causing the crap storm that led them to the rapidly imploding Bank of Spain heist where they’ve been trapped inside for 100-plus hours.

When another soldier drilled holes in the meat freezer, Tokyo shot through one of the holes and wounded him. But by doing that, she stepped outside of the snipers’ blind spots and they opened fire and wounded her. Around this same time, Stockholm sobered up long enough to alert the Professor, Denver, Manila and Tokyo there was a dumbwaiter shaft they could escape through.

A bloodied Tokyo decided to sacrifice herself and shoot at the Army until Denver and Manila were safe on another floor. Of course, Denver wouldn’t hear of it. He said he’d already lost his father Moscow in the first heist and he refused to lose his “sister” in the second.

The pair listened and split, and Tokyo started shooting to hold off the Army. Midway through, Rio — who had been drilling through the ceiling above him to get to Tokyo one floor up — finally broke through. Sadly, Rio’s escape hole was only large enough for Tokyo to look him in the eyes… and say farewell.

Outnumbered and outgunned, Tokyo accepted her fate and also said goodbye to the mentor who had helped her start a new life. “You’ve always been my guardian angel,” she told the Professor through her headpiece. “Now it’s my turn to be yours.” And with that, the soldiers riddled Tokyo with bullets.

Right before she died, Tokyo had one more mission to complete. When Gandia came over to shoot her in the head, she winked at him and showed him her hand, which was full of grenade pins. If she had to die, Tokyo was going to take the show’s worst villain with her, and with one big, dramatic explosion, that’s exactly what she did.

Damn, now that’s how you end a midseason finale. Sis will be missed.

I was surprised they killed off Tokyo, out of everyone she seemed the most likely to survive it all since she was the one narrating the story.

Maybe it’s bc my mom passed recently but I was absolutely gutted by Tokyo’s death. I don’t plan to watch the back half of the season if all they’re going to do is kill off characters.

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'La Casa Do Pattay Disprin': Money Heist's Professor 'Spotted' in Pakistan Store

News18 06 September, 2021 - 05:38am

Alvaro Morte who plays ‘The Professor’ has become the central point of the show, with fans simping over how the mind of the otherwise reserved, timid and private man’s mind works. Now some desi fans have found his doppelganger, selling groceries in a Pakistani store.

Professor's pakistan connection pic.twitter.com/K7UV5jgAnO— Thug (@ThugofLuv) September 5, 2021

'You've Been My Guardian Angel': The Other Time 'Tokyo' in Money Heist Said This Line

Money Heist Season 5 Just Dropped and Everyone Still Hates 'Arturo'

Professor is now entering kiryana shop business in Pakistan #MoneyHeistSeason5 pic.twitter.com/z9qQA1DT2r— Wajahat Naseer (@bolowajahat) September 5, 2021

While News18 could not independently verify the photo, the items behind the counter and the language used in the photo does hint at the location being in Pakistan. This is not also the only ‘connection’ the real Money Heist has with Pakistan. The real Professor does contact Pakistan during the heist.

Whenever The professor Is In Trouble. He says "Contact Pakistan".Proud Moment For Pakistanis 🇵🇰#MoneyHeist pic.twitter.com/0ICCBwU1NU— Jawad UL Islam 💸 (@j_4_jawad) September 6, 2021

Whenever the professor is in trouble, he says "Contact Pakistan"😂😂. This is the best part of MoneyHiest.Tokyo died💔.#MoneyHeist pic.twitter.com/CqsM9B9Suf— AMMAR MANJ 🇵🇰 (@Ammarashraf52) September 4, 2021

Money Heist is directed by Jesus Colmenar, Koldo Serra and Alex Rodrigo, and produced by Vancouver Media. The series also stars Pedro Alonso, Miguel Herran, Jaime Lorente, Esther Acebo, Enrique Arce, Darko Peric, Hovik Keuchkerian, Luka Peros, Belen Cuesta, Fernando Cayo, and Rodrigo de la Serna. Season 5 has also been gaining a lot of attention for fans for its ending: Tokyo, played by Ursula Corbero doesn’t make it out alive of the tricky situation she’s put in. She gets gunned down by the military sent in by the police, and the final scene shows Gandia standing over her with a gun pointed to her head. Before he can fire, however, Tokyo smiles at him. A close-up of the scene shows Tokyo has something special in her hand: the pin to multiple grenades, strapped onto her body. The scene and the final episode of this half ends with a blast. We assume Tokyo is dead, and she’s taken at least Gandia with her if not more people.

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Annoying Character Who Emerged A Hero - Death Of This 'Money Heist' Robber Leaves Fans In Tears

Indiatimes.com 06 September, 2021 - 02:57am

Hence, we are letting you know that this article contains some major SPOILERS from Money Heist Season 5 Volume 1. If you haven't watched the season yet, don't read any further.

It's the beginning of the end!

The much-awaited first part of season 5 is out, and the last episode of the same has left fans in tears, shock and despair. 

Despite many fan theories that Tokyo (played by Úrsula Corberó) would be the only one who survives since she is the narrator of the story, the most badass character has died. 

Fans hadn't still processed the dead Niarobi, and then this happened in the middle of a war, which is more about surviving and not winning for the robbers.

A fighter, an impulsive decision-maker, a devoted lover -- that's what best describes Tokyo. But now we shall talk about her in past tense because she is no more. Being the badass robber and person that she was, in Money Heist season 5 volume 1, she took along Gandia with her avenging the death of her friend Niarobi like a boss. 

This scene made my cry for #Tokyo's death, and give smile for #Nairobi's revenge, Gandia son of f***ing b*tch#MoneyHeistSeason5 #LCDP5 pic.twitter.com/48cCfwUDsN

Many people still cannot believe one of the main characters, the narrator of the show, has died. Who will narrate Money Heist Season 5 volume 2? Yet the tributes her pouring in. 

You maybe annoying at times but still one of the best girl! #MoneyHeist #Tokyo #MoneyHeistSeason5 pic.twitter.com/JHAXZhKekU

She was 14 years old, when she joined her boyfriend into the world of crime. They robbed 15 times together. During their last heist, she lost him. This effects her so deep that she almost had a mental breakdown. That's when Professor chooses her to join her gang after she, a fugitive, goes back at her home to meet her mother for the last time, before embarking on a ship. Professor saves her life by telling her that her mother's home is surrounded by the Police.

Tokyo was emotional. She was protective about the people she loved. 

In the end, when she avenged Niarobi's death, she proved her friendship. When she loved Rio, she loved him unconditionally. 

Tokyo might not have been fan's favourite but she died a hero in Money Heist season 5 Volume 1.

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'Money Heist': Tokyo's Real Name Has a Mythological Connotation

Showbiz Cheat Sheet 05 September, 2021 - 12:24pm

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Along the way, viewers learned some of their real identities when digging into their backstories. Not much is known about Tokyo’s family, but her real name is kind of poetic.

Úrsula Corberó has done a magnificent job playing Tokyo in all five seasons of Money Heist. Introduced as a passionate, tough rebel with an appetite for heists, Tokyo could be calm or furious. When in love, she tended to be intense. Her crew knew that, but did everyone know the real Silene Oliveira?

That’s Tokyo’s real name, and it’s the woman who was on the run from authorities in Madrid when Professor hired her. On one hand, Silene is the name of a flower whose symbolism represents youthful love. However, it’s also connected to an ancient goddess in Greek mythology.

In the Greek pantheon, Selene was a moon deity, specifically a Titan goddess. According to lore, each night, she drove her chariot from the ocean to the sky, lighting it up for its nightly cycle. Selene was the personification of the moon, and Silene is a variation of her name which signifies light, beauty, and brightness.

The goddess was also known for her busy love life. She had dalliances with Zeus, Pan, and there’s a famous myth about her and Endymion, the young human who stole her heart. She spotted him from above and thought he was so beautiful that she fell in love. Because he was human, she called on Zeus to arrange for him to have immortality, but it came at a price.

Endymion has been compared to Sleeping Beauty, as Selene’s own spell locked him in sleeping state where he could only sleep and make to love her in his dreams — forever.

Season 5 of Money Heist showed part of Tokyo’s backstory with René, one of the great loves in her life. They fell in love, went on a crime spree, and parted when he died during a robbery. Heartbroken, she did not expect to find love with the much younger Rio.

Tokyo may not have driven a moon chariot across the night sky, but she brought her light into Rio’s life. Their love affair drove her to break protocol (like Selene) and call on Professor to break him out of prison.

Early in their relationship, they crept around at night to keep their rule-breaking romance a secret. A smitten Rio once promised to buy her a rock so big she’d need a wheelbarrow. Despite their breakup later on, they still had deep feelings for each other.

And in the end, Tokyo looked down through that hole in the floor to make peace with death and to bid Rio adieu. She urged him to create a new life in a way that she’d done multiple times in the past and present. But like Selene and Endymion, Tokyo and Rio have an epic — yet tragic — love story that people will remember.

Who is Tokyo in Netflix’s hit TV show La Casa de Papel? Part of Money Heist’s cleverness lies with its characters: Nairobi, Lisbon, Denver, Berlin, Rio, Tokyo, Stockholm, Manila, Bogotá, Marseille, Moscow, Oslo, and Helsinki. Why? One thing that’s worked in the crew’s favor is using city names as pseudonyms.

Along the way, viewers learned some of their real identities when digging into their backstories. Not much is known about Tokyo’s family, but her real name is kind of poetic.

Úrsula Corberó has done a magnificent job playing Tokyo in all five seasons of Money Heist. Introduced as a passionate, tough rebel with an appetite for heists, Tokyo could be calm or furious. When in love, she tended to be intense. Her crew knew that, but did everyone know the real Silene Oliveira?

That’s Tokyo’s real name, and it’s the woman who was on the run from authorities in Madrid when Professor hired her. On one hand, Silene is the name of a flower whose symbolism represents youthful love. However, it’s also connected to an ancient goddess in Greek mythology.

In the Greek pantheon, Selene was a moon deity, specifically a Titan goddess. According to lore, each night, she drove her chariot from the ocean to the sky, lighting it up for its nightly cycle. Selene was the personification of the moon, and Silene is a variation of her name which signifies light, beauty, and brightness.

The goddess was also known for her busy love life. She had dalliances with Zeus, Pan, and there’s a famous myth about her and Endymion, the young human who stole her heart. She spotted him from above and thought he was so beautiful that she fell in love. Because he was human, she called on Zeus to arrange for him to have immortality, but it came at a price.

Endymion has been compared to Sleeping Beauty, as Selene’s own spell locked him in sleeping state where he could only sleep and make to love her in his dreams — forever.

Season 5 of Money Heist showed part of Tokyo’s backstory with René, one of the great loves in her life. They fell in love, went on a crime spree, and parted when he died during a robbery. Heartbroken, she did not expect to find love with the much younger Rio.

Tokyo may not have driven a moon chariot across the night sky, but she brought her light into Rio’s life. Their love affair drove her to break protocol (like Selene) and call on Professor to break him out of prison.

Early in their relationship, they crept around at night to keep their rule-breaking romance a secret. A smitten Rio once promised to buy her a rock so big she’d need a wheelbarrow. Despite their breakup later on, they still had deep feelings for each other.

And in the end, Tokyo looked down through that hole in the floor to make peace with death and to bid Rio adieu. She urged him to create a new life in a way that she’d done multiple times in the past and present. But like Selene and Endymion, Tokyo and Rio have an epic — yet tragic — love story that people will remember.

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