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Cannes Film Festival Luc Besson’s Europa Corp announced Wednesday at the opening day of Cannes that it will finance, distribute and co-produce with Pinguin Films and Dean Nichols Productions.
The film will be based on Virginia Vallejo’s 2008 bestselling Spanish-language memoir “Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar.” Spanish director Fernando León de Aranoa (“A Perfect Day”) will direct from his own script.
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Vallejo’s memoir describes her romantic relationship with Escobar along with origins of the rebel organizations in Colombia, reasons for the growth of the cocaine industry, the horrors of narcoterrorism during 1988-93 and the links of the Medellin and Cali cartels with Caribbean dictators and Colombian presidents. Bardem is starring in Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” due out July 7, 2017.
She testified in 2008 in the reopened case of the 1985 Palace of Justice siege in which more than 100 people died and was granted asylum in the U. Cruz will appear next year in “Zoolander 2” and “Grimsby.” Escobar was portrayed by Benicio Del Toro in “Escobar: Paradise Lost,” the directorial debut of Italian actor Andrea Di Stefano.
Announced in Cannes, the project was first set up at Luc Besson’s Europa Corp.
Of major territories, “Escobar” has been sold to the U. (Icon Film Distribution), Latin America (California Filmes), France (SND-M6 Groupe), Spain (Filmax), Australia/NZ (Becker Film Group), West Indies (VAA Film Distributors), Benelux (Dutch Film Works), Greece/Cyprus (Odeon), Italy (Notorious), Portugal (Nos Lusomundo), Scandinavia (Star Media Entertainment), India/Philippines (Parkit Films), Indonesia (Amero Mitra Film), Vietnam (Rain Film), Middle East (Eagle), Turkey (Tanweer), Eastern Europe (Pro Rom) and the CIS and Baltic States (Magnum).
Husband and wife off screen, one of the last time the two Oscar-winning Spanish thesps starred together in a movie was “Vicky, Cristina Barcelona,” which won Cruz and supporting role actress Oscar.
It recreates drug lord Pablo Escobar’s story, paying especial emphasis on his love affair with glamorous Colombian TV host Virginia Vallejo (Cruz).
The screenplay has been penned by León de Aranoa based on Vallejo’s book “Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar.” “Escobar” will be lensed by Álex Catalán (“Marshland”).
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