The universe of “The Boys” could before long be growing to Mexico.
As per sources, Amazon is right now fostering a Spanish-language side project of their well known dull hero series in light of the Garth Ennis/Darick Robertson comic books that would be set in Mexico City. Careful plot subtleties stay hush.
Like “The Boys,” it would be created by Sony Pictures TV and Amazon MGM Studios. Sources say that Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer is joined to compose. Dunnet-Alcocer most as of late composed the screenplay for the DC film “Blue Beetle” featuring Xolo Maridueña. ” The Boys” maker Erik Kripke would leader produce by means of Kripke Endeavors alongside Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver of Point Dim Pictures, and Neal H. Moritz and Pavun Shetty of Unique Film. Sources additionally say that Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal would leader produce under their La Corriente del Golfo flag, however bargains are as yet being worked out on the series.
Should the venture go ahead, it would be the third series set in the realm of “The Boys” past the mothership show, which is because of air its fourth season in 2024. Prime Video as of late appeared the main time of “Gen V,” set at a school for superheroes run by Vought Global. The show debuted on Sept. 29 and was recharged briefly season in October.
Before that, Prime Video broadcasted the energized collection series “The Boys Presents: Diabolical,” which highlighted eight independent stories and highlighted various entertainers from “The Boys” repeating their jobs in the voice cast.
This would likewise be Amazon’s most recent endeavor at a nearby language creation to grow the universe of one of their streaming shows. Amazon is right now preparing such side projects of the great spending plan spy series “Citadel,” incorporating shows set in India, Italy, and then some.
“The Boys ” has demonstrated to be one of the most well known Amazon streaming firsts to date. Since the show sent off in 2019, it has positioned profoundly on the Nielsen streaming graphs at whatever point new episodes have broadcasted. The show has likewise gotten eight Emmy designations to date, remembering one for best dramatization series for 2021.