Hold on tight to your seat because we have the best news for all of us who love the romantic genre, as one of our favorite love ribbons will be turned into a series, and believe us we can not do more with emotion. We are talking about Three meters above the sky! The successful story of the talented Italian author Federico Moccio will return after nine years since its premiere on screen.
Netflix will be responsible for bringing a new adaptation of the story of Hache and Babi, two young people who belong to opposite worlds and end up living a passionate romance. It seems that the platform knows what we want and does not hesitate to give it to us.
The love story of these young people exists since 1992, when Federico published the book and it was a total sales success, so much so that Luca Lucini decided to take him to the cinema in 2004 and Fernando González Molina did the same in 2010 with the Spanish version we know, starring María Valverde and Mario Casas; it became one of the favorite tapes of the public and it devastated in ticket offices. So it's not hard to know why Netflix did not miss the opportunity
What we know so far
Very few details about the project are known, among them that now the love story between Sally and Ale will be told, and that the location will be on the Adriatic coasts, a place that will witness the favorite activities of the protagonists: the races of motorcycles.
So far Netflix has not confirmed the deal. Although many expect Mario Casas and María Valverde to return, it is very likely that they will not appear again playing Hache and Babi. However, not one of them has said anything about his participation, so fingers crossed! It also seems that we will have to wait a little longer for the premiere date, but as soon as we have more details do not doubt that we will let you know and we hope it does not take too long because we need it, now!
In addition, the platform streaming is betting on Italy, as it announced two other films that will be held in the European country, one of them will be Curon, about a mother who returns to her hometown with her children to clarify some past issues; Y Fedeltá, about the challenges faced by a couple entering the crisis of the thirties.