The Seventh Day – Vadhir Derbez
Vadhir Derbez has been a fixture in Mexican television and movies for quite some time. When the lead role in the horror movie The Seventh Day came across his desk, he immediately jumped on the opportunity.
Not to mention, he stars alongside veteran thespians with Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential), Stephen Lang (Avatar film franchise, Don’t Breathe), Robin Bartlett (City of Angeles, Inside Llewyn Davis), and Keith David (The Princess and the Frog, They Live). There’s plenty of incentives there for a movie like this.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Renowned exorcist Father Peter (Guy Pearce) teams up with a rookie apprentice (Vadhir Derbez) for his first day of training. As they plunge deeper into hell on Earth, the lines between good and evil blur and their own demons emerge.
Justin P. Lange (The Dark) wrote and directed the movie.
ALSO CHECK OUT: Justin P. Lange On Bringing a Different Exorcism Film with The Seventh Day [Exclusive Interview]
LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with Mexican actor Vadhir Derbez on his attraction, researching exorcism, and starring alongside great actors.
Vadhir Derbez comes from a family of entertainers. He is the son of actor Eugenio Derbez and brother to Aislinn Derbez and Jose Eduardo Derbez. His start was with the television series La Familia P. Luche and Complices al rescate back in 2002. He went on to several more series, including Vecinos, Gossip Girl: Acapulco, Entre Correr y Vivir, and La querida del Centauro. Also, he starred in notable Spanish comedies Dulce Familia, 3 idiotas, and even played the younger self to Eugenio Derbez’s character in How to Be a Latin Lover.
The Seventh Day is in select theaters and On Demand today.
Watch the exclusive interview with Vadhir Derbez below. Let us know what you think.