Manolo Cardona’s latest project is heading to Paramount+.
The streamer has given the green light to the 45-year-old Colombian actor’s suspense thriller film One Must Die.
The film centers around seven people who are kidnapped and suddenly find themselves part of a deadly game. As the clock ticks, to survive the seven participants must choose one to die and the chosen one will have to agree.
In addition to Cardona, the project also stars Maribel Verdú, Carla Adell, Juan Carlos Remolina, Adriana Paz, Dagoberto Gama and Fernando Becerril.
Cardona is expected to direct the film, which will be produced by VIS in association with 11:11 FILMS.
The project will debut exclusively in all international markets.
Cardona most recently starred on the Netflix series ¿Quién mató a Sara?
Juan Pablo Raba’s latest project is opening its borders on YouTube…
CBS All Access is offering the public a chance to watch the first episode of its new drama series Coyote, starring the 43-year-old Colombian actor, on YouTube.
For a limited time, CBS’ streaming service is posting the premiere episode “Call of the Void” for free on YouTube.
The series stars Michael Chiklis as U.S. Border Patrol agent Ben Clemens, who has spent more than three decades protecting the U.S. border from threats to the nation – but now times have changed. Clemens now finds himself in a position of having to work for the very people he’s spent most of his life fighting against. But as Clemens experiences life on the other side of the wall, he soon realizes that his black-and-white views of the world no longer hold up to the cold, hard facts. Clemens will find his ideologies challenged and his loyalties questioned when it becomes all too clear that some of the deadliest threats he faces are “red, white, and blue.”
Raba stars as Juan Diego “El Catrin” Zamora, the head of a small family cartel in Mexico.
The series also stars Adriana Paz, Kristyan Ferrer, Octavio Pisano, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, Julio Cedillo, and newcomer Emy Mena.
Emmy Award-winning executive producer Michelle MacLaren directed the series premiere and second episode and serves as an executive producer on the series.
David Graziano serves as showrunner. Co-creators Graziano, Michael Carnes, and Josh Gilbert (also serve as executive producers and writers on the series.
The 39-year-old Mexican actress and dancer has been cast as a series regular opposite Michael Chiklis and Juan Pablo Raba in Coyote,Paramount Network’s one-hour scripted drama series.
Written by David Graziano,Michael Carnes and Josh Gilbert, Coyote is the story of Ben Clemens (Chiklis), who, after 32 years as a border patrol agent, is forced to work for the very people he spent his career trying to keep out of America. Now exposed to life on the other side of the wall, Ben will start to question his black-and-white views of the world, challenging his ideology and his loyalties.
Paz joins a cast of series regulars that includes Kristyan Ferrer, Octavio Pisano, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams and Julio Cedillo.
Paz will play Silvia, the proprietor of the local taqueria. Ferrer will portray Chayo, a member of the Cartel and has a very personal ax to grind. Pisano will play Sultan, member of the Cartel, he is a second generation Mexican American who has fled to Mexico. McWilliams will portray Holly Vincent, the smart, savvy, and streetwise HSI Agent. Cedillo will play Neto, a seasoned, local cop in a small Mexico town.
The project hails from Emmy-winning executive producer and director Michelle MacLaren, Dark Horse Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. It’s slated to premiere in 2020.
MacLaren will direct the pilot and executive produce the series. Graziano serves as showrunner. Graziano, Carnes and Gilbert are writers and executive producers.
Paz’s previous credits include her Ariel Award-winning performance in La Tirisia, as well as roles in Rudo y Cursi, Spectre, Hilda and El Autor.
Ferrer, a 24-year-old Mexican actor, previously appeared in Sin Nombre, Ramon and600 Millas.
Pisano previously appeared in New York Undercover, iLove and If Loving You is Wrong.
Cedillo, a 49-year-old Mexican American actor, previously appeared in The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Sicario and Narcos: Mexico.