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it could Not be another. Nicolas Cage be interpreted in the fiction of Joe Exotic, a character that has boosted its popularity after the success of the documentary series Netflix, the insane, ‘Tiger King‘. The show will come served by the showrunner of ‘the American Vandal’.
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just anunciar the series of eight episodes is being produced by Imagine Television Studios and CBS Television Studios. The new proposal, this is based on an article of Texas Monthly titled “Joe Exotic: A Dark Journey Into the World of a Man Gone Wild”, Leif Reigstad.
The story focuses on Joe Schreibvogel, aka Joe Exotic, an eccentric (and exotic) owner of a zoo in Oklahoma who struggle to maintain their business even at the risk of losing your sanity and freedom. The series will explore how he became Joe Exotic and how they are lost to their own creation.
Joe Exotic will be the first incursion of television in the career of Cage, and the series will be run by Dan Lagana, showrunner of ‘American Vandal‘. The most amazing thing of all is that this is not the first series announced on the world of ‘King Tiger’. Kate McKinnon will be Carole Baskin in a series for Universal Content Productions. According to sources, the studio is still looking for a writer for the project.
The documentary series ‘King Tiger’ came on march 20, on Netflix and quickly became a media sensation with an audience of nearly 35 million unique viewers in its first 10 days of availability, according to data from Nielsen.
The news a Nicolas Cage will be ‘Tiger King’! In place of a series based on the incredible story of Joe Exotic was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .
May 4, 2020
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