The Nosferatu, a vampire so iconic in the annals of horror, it ranks trusty up there in the rogues’ gallery alongside Frankenstein’s Monster, Michael Myers, and Jason, has just had an change — thanks to Unsuitable Bunny.
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Staunch in time for Halloween, the Puerto Rican celeb will get his move on for “Baticano,” lifted from Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, his third and most modern No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Directed by Stillz, the song video has the overall angles, shadows and hallmarks of the 1922 model of Nosferatu, a benchmark in German Expressionism filmmaking. Steve Buscemi performs the daddy figure/inflamed scientist, who tells the sharp-eared creature, “they’re now no longer ready for you on this world. But that you can maybe well also very properly be elegant. Remember that. You are too excellent for this world.”
Unsuitable Bunny is following in some mighty footsteps. Max Schreck’s efficiency in that early movie became so compelling, Willem Dafoe reprised the role for 2000’s Shadow of the Vampire, which posited that, just per chance, Schreck became an right garlic-hating, sunshine-averting vampire. Werner Herzog helmed the 1979 remake of Nosferatu the Vampyre, with Klaus Kinski, in the lead role, creepier than a field of spiders. Robert Eggers directs an change on the blood-sucking count, due out in 2024.
All 21 songs from Bunny’s unique album (which translates to “Nobody Knows What Is Going to Occur The next day”) went on to enter the Billboard Hot 100, including “Baticano,” which bowed at No. 78 remaining month. It’s his fifth solo studio album, following remaining year’s blockbuster Un Verano Sin Ti. His 2022 album spent 13 weeks atop the Billboard 200 albums chart and topped the year-discontinuance Billboard 200 as properly — the first Spanish-language album to attain so.
Following its free up, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana became confirmed by Spotify as the platform’s most-streamed album in a single day in 2023 to this level.
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