Diego Boneta signs deal with Prime Video to star and produce original content

Mexican actor, singer and producer Diego Boneta and his company Three Amigos have signed an overall deal with Amazon’s Prime Video.

Under the terms of the deal, Boneta will produce and star in a full lineup of in-development shows and acting opportunities in upcoming movies, series and reality shows on the streaming service starting in 2023. .

The Boneta-Three Amigos deal solidifies Amazon Studio’s interest in expanding its presence in Latin America. As part of this quest, it sought out top Mexican talent and productions to attract more viewers and leverage and promote a slate of local content from Mexico to reach audiences in more than 240 countries and territories across the world. world.

“Our shared passion for telling authentic stories is at the heart of this partnership, and I couldn’t be more excited to work with Jennifer Salke and the entire team at Prime Video to create incredible projects that will resonate with audiences around the world. “, said Diego Boneta.

Boneta recently starred in Netflix Luis Miguel: the series, portraying the multi-Grammy award-winning Mexican international superstar and starred in numerous Spanish and English language TV shows and movies, including in 2019 Terminator: Dark Fate and 2021 romantic crime thriller Die in a gunfight.

His next film, scheduled for release in June 2022, is a new adaptation of The father of the bride, directed by Gaz Alazraki and written by Matt Lopez, based on Edward Streeter’s 1949 novel (which was made into a 1991 film starring Steve Martin). He plays with Andy García, Gloria Estefan, Adria Arjona and Isabela Merced.

“We can’t wait for our customers to experience what Diego and Three Amigos have in store for us as we work together to bring compelling new content to Prime Video audiences across Mexico and around the world,” said Jennifer Salke, Head of ‘Amazon Studios.

All new productions launched under this partnership will join Prime Video’s growing list of Mexican Amazon Originals, which includes Diego Luna’s Conversation Series Pan and Circo, by Eugenio Derbez LOL: The last one who laughs, Un Extraño Enemigo and How to survive Soltero.

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