‘The Green Ghost’ Movie Trailer Released; Man Appears to Prepare Himself for Fight
The Jamaican Michael D. Olmos who directed forthcoming superhero-comedy venture “The Green Ghost”, its trailer has been released.
The 37-year-old Zaror who is a Chilean martial artist, performed his duties as stunt choreographer besides his acting in the movie.
The plot summary of the ‘The Green Ghost’ is that a ‘gringo’ raised by a Latino family, discovers that they’re all superheroes. Now he must fulfill his destiny and fight alongside them, against their powerful enemies.
The movie was filmed at many locations across Texas as South Padre Island, Brownsville and Lockhart and produced by Mutt Productions, owned by Aaron Lopez who has been working as producer for film, TV programming, commercials, music videos for years and company known as low budget films’ production.
The producer Aaron has roll out its low budget project “The Green Ghost” in American theaters as into Southern California and South Texas.
“We put this project together for him— we are talking with distribution companies,” Lopez stated by talking about the Clark that movie concerns to him.
The filmmaker said that casting call was published for extras last fall as casting directors were seeking talents for depict of businessmen aged 21 to 70 including Hispanic talents was required for the Mexican immigrants age between 20 to 60.
Grant Merritt, Sal Lopez, Elpidia Carrillo, Tina Rodriguez, Dale Dye, Charlie Clark, Danny Trejo, Marko Zaror and other starts will be seen in this full of comedy venture.
According to international reports, the 71-year-old Danny Trejo has launched its a Mexican restaurant called “Trejo’s Tacos,” a few days ago.