Úrsula Corberó also served as the narrator of the Netflix series.
It seems like fans will take a lot of time to move on from the fact that Úrsula Corberó's iconic character Tokyo has been killed off in the final episode of Money Heist Part 5, Volume 1. The actor who is also the narrator of the show was seen dying in a shocking scenario serving also as the suicide bomber. Now, we came across a video of Úrsula in which she is heard talking about filming her final scene.
The actor stated, "I couldn't believe it was going to end that day. My heart was beating eight thousand beats per second. And I also saw on the set like those people who are never on set was coming in, you know? And I remember that I had to do as an extra effort of concentration so as not to think that it was the last shot because I swear my heart was going to leap out of my mouth. I'd say, 'Oh my gosh, I'm going to pass out.' It was crazy, it was like I didn't want to look, I didn't want to do anything. I said, 'Come on, make your last bloody shot of Money Heist.'"
Úrsula further revealed her instant reaction by sharing, "And that was it, as soon as I finished I felt like there was like a deathly silence and I said, 'Wow. It was a good one, there is nothing else left to do.' And yes yes, like, 'Well, Úrsula Corberó has finished Money Heist.' And there it was already like... well... Let it all out. It's all recorded, yes."
She revealed that she cried for two weeks straight after shooting her death scene in the series. Úrsula concluded by saying, "I swear, I think I spent two weeks crying non-stop, literally. I would come home, cry. I would wake up crying. I was going to sleep crying. Everything was horrible."
The final instalment of Money Heist aka La Casa De Papel will drop on Netflix on December 3, 2021.