Bo’s ‘Elvis’ booked for Spain

Wanda Films takes rights

Spain’s Wanda Films has acquired all Spanish rights to Armando Bo’s Sundance player “The Last Elvis,” produced by Paul Green at Anonymous Content, Bo’s Rebolucion and Argentina’s K & S.

Alejandro Gonzalez-Inarritu, who tapped Bo as a co-screenwriter on “Biutiful,” exec produces.

“Elvis” will go out on around 30 prints in Spain, said Guido Rud at FilmSharks Intl., which is selling the movie at the EFM.

Somos TV has taken second-window U.S. pay TV rights, which kick in after the film airs on HBO in March.

“Elvis” has now been sold to over 40 countries, including Latin America to Buena Vista and France to Eurozoom.

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