Tuesday, February 27, 2024

CAMARGONOTAS: New Zorro Series Proves a Hit in Spain

Due to his distinctive masked appearance and willingness to put himself in harm’s way, the fictional masked vigilante known over the world as Zorro is a well-loved character. The black-clad hero is getting a new spin in a series that will be streaming on Prime Video in the United States, Latin America, and Spain.

Sergio Pizzolante serves as executive producer for the C&T Mobs, which also includes John Gertz, Andy Kaplan from KC Global Media, Jesus Torres Viera, and Glenda Pacanins from NoStatusQuo Studios as executive producers. On the island of Gran Canaria, the new series’ principal photography started on July 25 last year, signaling a successful start to the project.

The filming of the new Zorro adventures will take place in a variety of picturesque locations, including Las Palmas, Arucas, Gáldar, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Telde, the protected natural area of El Nublo, the Caldera de Tejera, and the Sioux City Theme Park, with a crew of over 200 seasoned professionals, including the cast and the amazing crew.

According to the vision of executive producers David Martinez, David Cotarelo, and Angela Agudo, Zorro will receive a new and contemporary interpretation from its original setting in mid-19th century California in the well-known literary classic by the author.

The 10-episode series, helmed by Javier Quintas, Miguel Angel Vivas, and José Luis Alegria, will undoubtedly give viewers a fresh perspective on the mysterious hero and place Zorro in the context of the contemporary world.

A cast of excellent actors is welcomed in Zorro. Miguel Bernardeau, Renata Notni, Dalia Xiuhcoati, Emiliano Zurita, Andres Almeida, Ella Galera, Chacha Huang, Joel Bosqued, Francisco Reyes, Peter Vives, Fele Martinez, and numerous other up-and-coming luminaries from the entertainment world appear in the series.

The new show pays homage to the project’s unseen hero by showcasing the ability, originality, and brilliance of Latin American figures. The actors and crew of the current Zorro adaptation will work to maintain the character’s essential principles while presenting the storied figure in a fresh light. After reaching its first milestone in Spain with ease, Zorro is anticipated to become more popular abroad.

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