'Narcos' Location Manager Killed In Mexico, Vehicle Sprayed With Bullets

Netflix's 'Narcos' Producer Murdered in Mexico

A producer for the Netflix crime drama Narcos has been shot dead in central Mexico while looking for new locations. He was reportedly found riddled with bullets in his vehicle in a remote area near Hidalgo, which is known to have one of the highest murder rates in Mexico. "Last July, 182 cases were registered, a rate of 12.2 per 100,000 inhabitants".

Netflix issued a brief statement to The Hollywood Reporter, saying, "We are aware of the passing of Carlos Munoz Portal, a well-respected scout, and send our condolences to his family".

Season 4 of "Narcos" is said to be exploring the origins of Mexico's infamous Juarez cartel just as season 3 focused on the rise and fall of Colombia's Cali cartel, Variety reported. "The facts surrounding his death are still unknown as authorities continue to investigate what happened".

Stephen King tweets IT inspired message to the victims of Hurricane Irma
However, some estimates have It going as high as $120 to $125 million for its opening weekend, once the final totals come in. The worldwide sum hit $495.3M while the global gross rose to $823M passing the $816.3M of Wonder Woman in the process.

Google appeals $2.7 billion European Union fine
A spokesman for Google confirmed Monday they had filed the appeal but said the company had no further comment to make. Google has appealed a record-breaking €2.4 billion (£2.1 billion; $2.9 billion) fine from European regulators.

These clubs voted against the reduced Premier League transfer window
Premier League clubs' transfer spending this summer as a proportion of their estimated revenue for the 2017/18 season is 31%. The vote was not unanimous and clubs will still be able to sell players until the end of the normal window .

Netflix has said that the circumstances of his death are "still unknown". They are supposedly considering a move to Columbia for the next season of filming, which is where the show had started out before moving to Mexico.

He had worked in the entertainment industry as a locations manager for more than 10 years, including jobs on "Apocalypto" and "Specter", which filmed in Zocalo, Mexico. It's now unclear if Portal's death will affect production or whether the murder will move production back to Columbia. Nor confirmation either way had been made public by Netflix at the time of this writing.