Mexican movie producer Billy Rozvar is making his international debut with one of the most anticipated and most expensive Broadway shows of the season.
Rozvar is executive producer of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, which premieres this coming January in New York City. The filmmaker has not been able to hide his excitement on twitter, and has urged his followers to check out the much-anticipated production.
"Check out the second show," Rovzar posted on his twitter page along with a link to a preview.
He even tweeted a photograph featured in Vogue magazinethat famous photographer Annie Leibovitz shot of the characters.
Rozvar, who is married to telenovela star Sara Maldonado, had been tinkering with the idea of going international with his production company: Lemon Producciones.
He, along with his business partner and brother, Fernando Rovzar, thought that making Spider-Man their first project out of México would be appropriate, the producer told peopleenespañol.com.
Although Rozvar may have a few butterflies in his stomach about Spider-Man’s Broadway success, the grandson of Televisa’s founder Emilio Azcarraga is no rookie when it comes to managing big media firms.
It has been reported that the cost of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark is close to $60 million. Big names such as Bono and The Edge wrote the music and songs featured in the production.