Portuguese actress, Daniela Melchior, who previously starred in “The Suicide Squad,” returns to work with director James Gunn in his latest blockbuster film.
This time, she plays Ura, an employee at a corporate headquarters who is involved in some of the film’s most peculiar moments. Melchior’s character is an integral part of the film’s narrative, and she is featured with honey-colored contact lenses and burgundy skin.
Along with Melchior, the film stars renowned actors such as Chris Pratt, Zoë Saldaña, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, and Will Poulter.
During a recent press conference, Melchior expressed her fondness for the characters and her bittersweet feelings about the film’s conclusion.
James Gunn’s explosive and bloody style is showcased in the film, yet it retains the humor that sets the trilogy apart.
The upcoming film is the last installment in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” trilogy and is set to premiere in Portugal on May 4th.
Daniela Melchior is a Portuguese actress born on February 1, 1996, in Lisbon, Portugal where she began her acting career appearing in several television shows and films.
She gained recognition for her performance in Portuguese television series such as her appearances in a number of successful daytime series, including “A Herderia,” and “Massa Fresca, and “Valor da Vida” which led to her being cast in “The Suicide Squad.”
In addition to her role in “The Suicide Squad,” Daniela Melchior provided the Portuguese dubbing voice for Gwen Stacy in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” originally voiced by Hailee Steinfeld.
Melchior has upcoming projects, including “Assassin Club” alongside Henry Golding, Sam Neill, and Noomi Rapace, as well as the Liam Neeson thriller “Marlowe.”
In addition to her acting work, Melchior is known for her activism and social media presence. She uses her platform to advocate for various causes, including mental health awareness, body positivity, and animal rights.
Marvel Studios, LLC is an American film and television production company that is a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios, a division of Disney Entertainment, which is owned by the Walt Disney Company. The production marks Gunn’s final film with Marvel before taking over the helm at DC Studios.