Netflix and Blumhouse will be producing the horror in India
If it evokes an almost daily basis in the emergence of the chinese market, there is another who excites the lusts of Hollywood, and it is logically the indian market.
Much more developed at the present time that the chinese market, the network of cinemas indian already has a public is extremely wide-ranging, with its focus still primarily on the local productions.
In the state, Hollywood is not ready to bite the calves of Bollywood, to the displays in the 13 000 cinemas in the country, which are attended daily by 30 million viewers. But so far, Netflix, Blumhouse and Ivanoe Production are combined to reach this audience directly, to home. They will work in agreement with the indian company Phantom Films to produce a series of thrillers that might be of interest locally, but also abroad.
We wish them more success than Marseille
If it was not expected necessarily to be found in this alliance a company like Blumhouse, so far essentially concentrated on the manufacture of works of farms dedicated in priority to the u.s. market, Netflix often accompanies its presence on markets outside american productions made locally, in order to attract an audience specific (to have a thought moved for Marseille).
Anyway all this small world we are preparing Ghoul, which you can see above first image there will be a question of Nida, freshly appointed as investigator in matters of national security, so motivated that she has just denounce his father, activist, anti-government of his state. On the occasion of the sweep, it realizes that a part of the potential terrorist arrested is not a human.
Ghoul will be the second series of indian Netflix after Sacred Games, which is just beginning, and prior to Selection Day and Bard of Blood, produced by Shah Rukh Khan, the inevitable star of india. One thing is for sure, this could provide a wind variety welcome in the catalogue of more provided of Netflix, while it is very curious to see what that could offer Blumhouse in series, so that one expects when even much Glass, the sequel to Split.