New version of “The Black Octopus” (“El Pulpo Negro”) announced

black-octopusAs part of the 71st Cannes Film Festival, the new version of “The Black Octopus” (“El Pulpo Negro”) was announced. The suspense miniseries starring “Master of Horror” Narciso Ibáñez Menta, broke all the audience records in Argentina in the 80s.

The project is a co-production between Argentina, Spain and New Zealand and will be a feature film and a tv series. It will bring together the main exponents of horror films in Iberoamerica.

The script will be written by Luis Murillo, the original author of “The Black Octopus”, who along with his son Luis Murillo Arias (screenwriter of “El Internado”, the successful series of Antena 3) will maintain the spirit of the legendary series of the ’80s adjusting it into a modern version for the current times.

“The Black Octopus” will be directed by brothers Luciano and Nicolás Onetti(“Abrakadabra”, “What the Waters Left Behind”, “Francesca”), who received the “Best Promising Directors” award the last year SITGES International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia and who have been named as the new “wonder boys” of the Argentinian horror cinema by the international press.

The project will be produced by 16: 9 Cine and Black Mandala, with the support of Hernán Moyano (“Cold Sweat”, “Penumbra”), one of the main references of Latin American genre film, along with Roberta Sanchez, who also carry out the upcoming production “Under your Feet “, it will be co-produced by Warner Bros., Haddock Films and Tornasol Films.

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