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Green Ghost and The Masters of the Stone Trailer Reveals Our Need for a Latin Superhero

Charlie Clark in Green Ghost and the Masters of the Stone

The major studios with both DC and Marvel are slow to promote their Latin superheroes such as the Blue Beetle, Miles Morales, and America Chavez. No worries since the smaller production companies have been churning out their independent superhero films. The indie comedy Green Ghost and The Masters of the Stone, ironically released today on St. Patrick’s Day due to the green costume, is actually a Latin-based superhero story with a gringo tilt.

The hilarious film stars Charlie Clark with Kuno Becker, Marko Zaror, Renee Victor, Sofia Pernas, Elpidia Carrillo, Pepe Serna, and Danny Trejo. Michael D. Olmos (Filly Brown, Mayans) directed the movie.

Here is the official synopsis:

In a Texas border town, car salesman Charlie (Charlie Clark) moonlights as a masked Lucha libre wrestler going by the name of “Green Ghost.” When unknown assailants arrive to fight from the unconventional Master Gin (Danny Trejo), Charlie is told that he’s part of a secret warrior “triad of light” with his childhood friend Marco (Kuno Becker) and Marco’s sister Karina (Sofia Pernas) led by La Nana (Renee Victor).

Together, they’ve been chosen to protect humanity from Drake (Marko Zaror), the embodiment of the Mayan apocalypse. As a stargate is opened in a Mexican pyramid, Drake seeks the power to destroy humankind—and Charlie, linked to the power of the emerald, is the only one who can stop him. Charlie must harness both his physical and mystical strength to save humanity and go from Gringo to Green Ghost. In the style of comedy-horror martial-arts movies of the 1970s and 1980s, director Michael D. Olmos’ Green Ghost and the Masters of the Stone is a comedic anti-hero action movie filled with adventure for the entire family.

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The movie is in theaters on April 29.

Watch the trailer for the movie below. Let us know what you think of it.

Source: Gravitas Ventures

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