Adrian Grünberg Talks About The Real Monster In The Black Demon | Exclusive

Josh Lucas as Paul in the action film, THE BLACK DEMON, The Avenue release. Photo courtesy of The Avenue. 

The latest shark film, The Black Demon comes with a Latin mythology under the direction of the filmmaker Adrian Grünberg. Bringing the question of who is the real water monster. 

The Synopsis

Josh Lucas (Ford v Ferrari, Yellowstone) stars in this edge-of-your-seat action thriller from the director of Rambo: Last Blood. Oilman Paul Sturges’ (Lucas) idyllic family vacation turns into a nightmare when they encounter a ferocious megalodon shark that will stop at nothing to protect its territory. Stranded and under constant attack, Paul and his family must somehow find a way to get his family back to shore alive before it strikes again in this epic battle between humans and nature.

Fernanda Urrejola as Ines, Josh Lucas as Paul, Carlos Solórzano as Tommy and Venus Ariel as Audrey in the action film, THE BLACK DEMON, The Avenue release. Photo courtesy of The Avenue. 

The filmmaker Adrian Grünberg earned his education while attending School of Visual Arts in New York. The rest of his talent was gained while working as an assistant director in hits like Men With Guns, Amores Perros, Frida, Man on Fire, The Notebook, Jarhead and the Netflix Narcos series to name a few. Grünberg made his debut as a director of a full feature with Get The Gringo starring Mel Gibson and Rambo: Last Blood with Sylvester Stallone. He has also collaborated in television series like Aqui en la Tierra and the Netflix hit Luis Miguel: The Series. Currently he is in Mexico filming Bandidos.

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Josh Lucas as Paul and Fernanda Urrejola as Ines in the action film, THE BLACK DEMON, The Avenue release. Photo courtesy of The Avenue. 

I had the opportunity to connect with the Mexican director Adrian Grünberg about The Black Demon. Grünberg spoke about the diverse cast and adding the right bad ass white boy for the film. As well as the search for the right kid actor and creating the main character, the shark. In addition to his opinion on who is the real monster of our time and more! 

Nancy Tapia interviews filmmaker Adrián Grünberg for The Black Demon

The Black Demon hits theaters April 28, 2023

Source: LRMExclusive, The Avenue Film 

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