There can be only one "- was the thought for a long time: Pierre Brice has been since the 1960s the eternal Winnetou. That could change now, because the Karl-May-Verlag wants to bring the novels to the great Indian chief once again to the big screen.
The key word "Winnetou" has movie fans to this day immediately picturing Pierre Brice (85) in front of their eyes, the Apache chief, not only in the cult film series of the 1960s, but also in TV productions of the 1980s and even the end of the 1990s embodied the Apache chief. But now Winnetou gets a new face, because Karl May's legendary Western novels are to be filmed again, as telling the Karl-May-Verlag.
For the implementation of the project, the publisher will combine the Munich-Aventine film production companies of producer Wolfgang Behr and Bernd Schlötterer. Who will follow in the footsteps of Pierre Brice, Lex Barker and Co., is not yet known. It is already in intensive discussions with national and international stars, announced a spokeswoman for the publisher of the News Agency news spot on. Brice in any case should be located and allowed to spend his final years in Indian-retirement.