Lupine Part 2 is slated for worldwide release on June 11 in the much awaited second half of five episodes of Netflix’s hit French series. The thriller also features a new trailer that picks up after the conclusion of Part 1 Cliffhanger and sees Omar Say’s Assan dope become “France’s most wanted man” (see above).
Sapp plays Diop, inspired by the famous gentleman thief and disguised Arsne Lupine. Dope’s quest for revenge against Hubert Pellarini (Hervé Pierre) has alienated his family and now, with his back to the wall, he must come up with a new plan, even if it means endangering himself. You have to put it.
Although Netflix has not revealed the actual audience for this LupineIn the first half of the year it was a major success for the service and is expected to be seen by 70 million households. Sy told me in March that he was blown away by the worldwide success. “This level of response is beyond me,” he said. “It’s good to see in Brazil or France that they loved it Lupine For this reason. Something is universal and it is something that I always try to achieve.
The French origins of Gaumont television were created by George Kay (Criminal United Kingdom, Killing Eve) In collaboration with François Uzan (family affair) And is a contemporary adaptation of novels written by the French writer Maurice Leblanc, who produced the character in 1905. The books have been adapted into dozens of TV series and films over the years, but not to this genre.
The first two episodes of Part 2 are directed by Ludovic Bernard with Hugo Gaylin in the following three. The cast also stars Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Hesme, Ludivine Sagnier, Antoine Gouy, Shireen Boutella and Soufiane Gurrab.
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