In 2023, Netflix will continue to expand its catalog of original programming, including films and series all kinds. Next April, the director of films such as Desierto e hijo de Alfonso Cuaron.
The Netflix film is concerned with the chupacabras, a myth about a vampiric animal that is of Puerto Rican origin.
The Netflix tape original will feature a youngster who discovers a small Chupacabra in his grandfather's shed and embarks on an unusual adventure.
Until we realized that no one in the creative process noticed that the film's title "Sucks," and no translation into Spanish, would have a tail.
With only the film's title, Netflix makes for a great promotional campaign.
The presentation of the film, as well as the accompanying video, has sparked a barrage of ridicule on Twitter.
Many wonder if Netflix was able to discern that the program, or at least not modify it in any way by "translating" it into Spanish, would be a source of controversy.
Naturally, it does not escape us that this type of controversy is a common Netflix tactic: we still remember those 'White Christmas' posters that promoted Narcos.
It's quite possible that on the platform they knew that the title would be popular with the Spanish-speaking community, but the level of free publicity that these things bring is also a consideration.
Chupa's cast includes Evan Whitten, Demian Bichir, Julio Cedillo, Nickolas Verdugo, Ashley Ciarra, Gonzalo Robles, Cesar Miramontes, William D. Dickey II, and Yvette Fazio-Delaney. It's expected to be released next week on Netflix's catalog of movies and series.