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Netflix Trailer for Mexican Thriller 'The House of Flowers: The Movie'

"Something strange is going on at our house…" Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for The House of Flowers: The Movie, also known as La Casa De Las Flores: La Pelicula in Spanish, from filmmaker Manolo Caro. This is a continuation of the Netflix series and the first "movie" based on the "The House of Flowers" show, created by Manolo Caro who also directs this film. The members of the De la Mora family return home, well… former Casa de las Flores, with one single purpose: to fulfill Del...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Virginia, Netflix, Pato, Delia, Mora, Paulina, To Watch, Paco Leon, House of Flowers, Manolo Caro, La Casa De Las Flores, La Pelicula, Casa de las Flores

Everything You Need to Know About All the Movies Netflix is Releasing This Summer

This morning, Netflix released their 2021 Summer Movie Preview, featuring the first footage from over 30 movies that will be released between April and August. Since there are so many movies, we wanted to make sure you knew as much as possible about them ahead of time, so we’ve rounded up some trailers, first look images, synopses, and all the information you need to know about the full roster of Netflix 2021 summer movies. So let’s get to it. 2021 Netflix Summer Movies List Fear Street T...
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Netflix Unveils ‘The House of Flowers’ Movie Spinoff

Manolo Caro’s cult series “The House of Flowers”(La Casa de las Flores), one of Netflix’s pioneering Mexican series breakouts, will get a movie spinoff, Netflix has revealed. The title was announced as part of a peak into the streamer’s 2021 Mexican production-distribution slate, which formed the Mexican leg of a multi-territory Netflix Roadshow. It also […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Manolo Caro, La Casa De Las Flores

How Netflix’s New Spanish Original ‘Someone Has to Die’ Pushes Industry Envelopes

Mexico’s Manolo Caro, the creator, director and writer of “The House of Flowers,” may have another Netflix Original hit on his hands with the dark family thriller “Someone Has to Die” (Alguien Tiene Que Morir). Director of five movies and a documentary since 2013’s feature debut “I Don’t Know Whether to Slit My Wrists or […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Netflix, Manolo Caro, The House of Flowers, Alguien Tiene Que Morir

Promo Trailer for Spanish Fable 'Out in the Open' by Benito Zambrano

"Why is the foreman so intent on finding you?" The Match Factory has released an official promo / sales trailer for a Spanish indie film titled Out in the Open, also known as Intemperie in Spanish. Adapted from a novel by Jesús Carrasco, the film is a Spanish fable set in an "Old West" tyrannical and oppressive version of Spain filled with misery and poorness, following a boy who runs away to find freedom. It's the story of a friendship between a boy who undertakes a journey through the dese...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Spain, Indies, To Watch, Foreign Film, Manolo Caro, Jesús Carrasco, Benito Zambrano, Valladolid Film Festival, Jaime López, Glasgow Miami Film Festivals

‘House of Flowers’ Manolo Caro Confirmed as Iberseries Jury President (EXCLUSIVE)

MADRID  — Mexico’s Manolo Caro, creator-director-writer of Netflix hit “La Casa de las Flores” (“The House of Flowers”), will preside the jury of the first Iberseries, one of the Spanish-speaking world’s first TV festivals to be clearly staged not only for local audiences but the whole of Ibero-America. Focusing on Spanish-language drama series and promoted […]
Tags: News, Global, Netflix, Ibero America, Manolo Caro, La Casa De Las Flores, Iberseries, MADRID Mexico

International TV Newswire: Soccer Rights, Netflix LatAm Thriller, New Danish TV Fest

In this week’s International TV Newswire, Enders Analysis’ report casts shadow over European soccer rights, Netflix primes its Spanish-language star system, landing Manolo Caro for a new thriller, Denmark prepares a new series TV fest, and Spain’s Movistar Plus primes female voices. European Soccer Faces ‘Post Boom’ – Report Pele popularized the phrase “the beautiful […]
Tags: News, Global, Spain, Netflix, La Liga, Festivals, Pele, Denmark, Athletes, English Premier League, Netfilx, Entertainment Industry, Hbo Nordic, Manolo Caro, Series.2019, International TV Newswire Enders Analysis

Netflix Signs Up Mexico’s Manolo Caro to Exclusive Multi-Year Pact

Mexican director-writer-producer Manolo Caro whose hit Netflix series “The House of Flowers” (“La Casa de las Flores”) was renewed for two more seasons last year, has inked an exclusive production pact with the streaming giant. In an unprecedented multi-year deal for a Mexican director, Caro has committed to creating several TV series for Netflix. First […]
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Film Review: ‘Perfect Strangers’ (Perfectos desconocidos)

The premise of Paolo Genovese’s 2016 Italian hit “Perfetti sconosciuti” was simple: A group of longtime friends – three couples, and one seventh wheel – gather for an intimate dinner party, and in a sort of ill-advised parlor game, decide to spend the evening with their cell phones on the table, reading all their incoming […]
Tags: Reviews, Perfetti, Perfect Strangers, Paolo Genovese, Manolo Caro, Perfectos Desconocidos, Cecilia Suarez

First Trailer for Party Game Mexican Comedy 'Perfectos Desconocidos'

"What secrets do you expect us to have, Eva?" Pantelion Films has unveiled an official US trailer for the release of Perfectos Desconocidos from Mexico, remade by filmmaker Manolo Caro. The title translates to Perfect Strangers, and they're billing this as a "Spanish speaking comedy with English subtitles" from Mexico. It's actually the second remake of an Italian film which first premiered in 2016 - Perfect Strangers or Perfetti Sconosciuti, which was then remade in Spain last year, and is ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mexico, US, Spain, Eva, Indies, To Watch, Manolo Caro, Perfectos Desconocidos, Franky Martin

Watch U.S. Trailer of Manolo Caro’s ‘Perfect Strangers’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Manolo Caro’s pan-Latin American version of movie franchise hit “Perfect Strangers” is set for a Dec. 25 release in Mexico by its producer-distributor Cinepolis, followed by a Jan. 11 U.S. bow from Pantelion. Variety has been given exclusive access to the dark ensemble comedy’s official U.S. trailer and poster. “Perfect Strangers” revolves around a circle […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Cinepolis, Perfect Strangers, Manolo Caro, Pantelion Variety

Mexican Exhibition Giant Cinepolis Wades into Production (EXCLUSIVE)

Mexican exhibition giant Cinepolis is venturing into production with Manolo Caro’s Latino remake of Italian hit comedy “Perfect Strangers.” Now ranking second in the world in terms of admissions, this move marks the exhibitor’s first foray into feature film production. Spain’s Alex de la Iglesia made a Spanish version of the dark comedy last year, […]
Tags: News, Global, Spain, Cinepolis, Alex de la Iglesia, Manolo Caro

Manolo Caro’s ‘Tales of an Immoral Couple’ Gets U.S. Debut (EXCLUSIVE)

Fledgling U.S. Latino distribution company Hola Mexico is releasing Manolo Caro’s romcom “Tales of an Immoral Couple” in the U.S. Known for his comedies that have consistently perched among the top 10 highest-grossing pics in Mexico over the past three years, Caro’s fifth feature film revolves around a couple who meet again 25 years after... Read more »
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