SOME of southern Spain’s most beautiful towns will be on cinema screens as a new animated blockbuster featuring a talking bull is set to be this year’s festive film.
20th Century Fox’s Ferdinand, the story about a Spanish pacifist bull mistaken as a violent beast will be a real tear-jerker as it depicts Ronda’s famous Puente Nuevo bridge.
Based on The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson, the family-friendly film wrestles with the controversial issues surrounding bullfighting.
Featuring voiceovers from John Cena, Kate McKinnon, David Tennant and NFL star Peyton Manning, it will be released in Spain on December 22.
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