Secuoya Studios Reboots ‘Zorro’ with 10-Episode Flagship Series

Filming for “Zorro” series and film productions began this July and will be available to stream on Amazon Prime.
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June 20, 2022

Zorro artwork.
Zorro artwork.Secuoya Studios

In July, filming began in the Spanish Canary Islands for the first of numerous TV and feature film productions John Gertz, chief executive officer, Zorro Production International, negotiated with the industries key players. 

Secuoya Studios, Los Angeles, is the first in the line with a 10-episode flagship series. A modern take on Zorro that will stream at

Amazon Prime

Further productions in the pipeline include: 

  • A live-action series developed by famed filmmaker siblings, Robert and Rebecca Rodriguez (“Kill Bill”) featuring a female Zorro.

    • A live-action series starring Jean DuJardins (“The Artist”).

      • Disney+ is remaking its classic live-action series of the late 1950s, starring Wilmer Valderrama (“Navy CIS”). The writer is Linda Woolverton (“Lion King”). 

        • SONY Pictures development of a graphic novel written by Quentin Tarantino, "Django/ Zorro." As the name implies, it is a mashup between his character, Django, and ZPI's character, Zorro. Tarantino and ZPI president, John Gertz are executive producers.  

          • A hybrid, live-action, animated Zorro feature has also been developed by SONY, combining a live-action Zorro with an animated fox. A new project under executive producer Doug Belgrad, former president of production at Sony (“Charlies Angels”), and writer David Birnbaum (“Elf”). 

            “This is probably one of the most comprehensive and diverse media support a classic entertainment property ever experienced,” says Michael A. Lou, chief executive officer, V.I.P. Entertainment and Merchandising AG. “Together with the Zorro Musical (music by the Gipsy Kings) and the ongoing online presence, more than enough material for promising licensing program with longevity.”  

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