The Walt Disney Company has entered into an agreement with Latin America, in partnership with Videocin, the Mexican city-based distribution company of television, the leading animation production house in Latin America, to distribute the House of Mouse to the popular “Las Lienda” of that Nima. ”(“ The Legends ”) series of films that will be available on Disney Plus in Latin America.
Now featured in Disney Plus series are “The Legend of Lorona”, “The Legend of the Mummy”, “The Legend of Chupacabras” and “The Legend of Charo Negro”.
The films “Las Leandas” follow young Leo San Juan, a pre-teen adventurer who can communicate with miraculous beings. San Juan teamed up with a group of friends and the kids explored the stories of monsters, ghosts and other fictional creatures from the region and abroad together.
Although many “monsters” are seen by locals as corrupt or evil, Leo is often sympathetic to their plight and often takes pity on the animals he is told to stop.
“Since the debut of the first film in 2007, Las Leandas has been one of the highest-grossing films of all time in Mexico, with more box-office and audience success than any other film,” said Jose C. Garcia de. Latona, COO and co-founder of Anima.
“With the growing number of loyal fans and the inclusion of animals and ghosts in the stories, I have no doubt that these titles will be very appealing to Disney Plus viewers in Latin America,” said Fernando de Fuentes Signs, co-founder and CEO of Ima Nimar.
The Disney deal is the latest in a series of big moves this year, as the company approaches its 20th anniversary in 2022. El Santos, a serialized version of “his 2012 comic book-inspired feature” El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza.
Star-studded, landmark films Á established Nima not only as a regional powerhouse of Mexican animation, but also as a leading producer of cartoon content internationally, and was the company’s first production to be screened at the prestigious Annecy Animation Festival in France.