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The relationship of Netflix with the Spanish film industry is being more productive for the platform. It all started with the remarkable ‘7 years old’ and since then we have been able to see titles such as ‘Faith of eta’, ‘¿who would you take to a desert island?’ or ‘Elisa and marcela’. In short it will be the turn of ‘The legend of Klaus’, the first to try your luck with the animation, and who now has his trailer.
In ‘The legend of Klaus’ we follow the story of Jesper, who is sent to a remote destination after becoming the worst student of the academy zip. In your new destination, almost no one sends letters, so that in no time, think about throwing in the towel. Everything will change when you discover that the hiding place of Santa Claus you’re in the area…
Trailer dubbed in Spanish and release date
Behind ‘The legend of Klaus’ we have to Sergio Pablos, one of the creators of ‘Gru, my favorite villain’. In this case it has been busy thinking up the story, subsequently developed by him with the help of screenwriters Zach Lewis and John Mahoney, in addition to being one of the producers and the director of the film.
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In the original English version of ‘The legend of Klaus’ will listen to the voices of Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones, J. K. Simmons, Joan Cusack, Will Sasso and Norm Macdonald. There’s nothing wrong on the deal.
Now we will have to wait a bit more to be able to see it, since Netflix will premiere ‘The legend of Klaus’ the next November 15 after a brief stint for some cinemas that will take place a week before.
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The news The trailer for ‘The legend of Klaus’ presents the first Spanish film of animation for Netflix was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .