|Director||:||Frank Perozo||Writers||:||José A. Paxtor||Stars||:||Clarissa Molina, Ozuna||:||:|
The film Que León, marking Ozuna’s acting debut, is making its way to theaters in the U.S. and Latin America, Billboard has learned.
The family comedy, directed by Frank Perozo and starring Latin urban superstar and Dominican TV personality, actress, and model Clarissa Molina, tells the love story of Nicole and José Miguel. The couple has the same last name, León, but they're from different families and social classes, which causes their parents to be opposed to their relationship.
Initially released in 2018 in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, Que León has already sold more than half a million tickets in the Caribbean, Spanglish Movies managing director Gustavo Aparicio tells Billboard. This milestone makes it the most popular film starring a reggaeton artist, beating out projects from Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam and Hector El Father.