While a remake was recently announced with Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment, Fox will distribute the original Spanish teen comedy Promocion Fantasma (Ghost Graduation) in North America and Latin America. The logline is: Ghosts, high school fun, love and 80’s music all have their place in this production where The Breakfast Club meets The Sixth Sense.
Fox has committed to a U.S. theatrical release on the Spanish-language film. Check out the newly released image gallery below.
Helmed by Javier Ruiz Caldera (Spanish Movie), “Modesto is a teacher. Modesto sometimes sees dead people. Not only has this cost him a fortune at the shrink’s, it’s also gotten him fired from every school he’s ever worked at. His luck changes when he lands a job at Monforte where five students have turned the prestigious school into a house of horrors. Modesto is charged with getting all five kids to pass their senior year and to get out of there once and for all.
But it won’t be that easy… they’ve been dead for over twenty years.”
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