Diego Tinoco’s latest film is headed to North American theaters…
Screen Media has acquired the North American rights to the crime film Bad Hombres, starring the 25-year-old Mexican and Colombian American actor, ahead of its world premiere at the Mammoth Film Festival.
Screen Media is planning a theatrical release later this year, followed by a digital release soon after.
The film follows the story of two immigrants who take a simple job, but when their employers reveal themselves to be criminals, surviving becomes the most difficult job of their lives.
“We are thrilled to acquire such a gripping, tense crime thriller with an exceptional cast,” said David Fannon, chief acquisitions and distribution officer at Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment. “John Stalberg Jr. has created an intense, uniquely irreverent and suspenseful film that will keep audiences engaged from start to finish.”
Tinoco’s credits include Teen Wolf, On My Block and Mourning War.