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In video, Hugh Grant creates the surprise by speaking in perfect French in Paris


Present in the capital for the preview of Dungeons & Dragons: The honor of thieves, the British actor notably declared that France was the only place where he felt happy.

Surprise, Hugh Grant speaks French!

He demonstrated this Wednesday, March 22 in Paris during the preview of the film

Dungeons and Dragons: Honor of Thieves

, free adaptation to the five-star cast of the famous role-playing game.

Present for the Paris promotion, Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Justice Smith and Regé-Jean Page were each interviewed by TF1 presenter Denis Brogniart on the Grand Rex stage.

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But it is indeed Hugh Grant who made the show, since he amazed the gallery with his almost perfect mastery of the language of Molière: “Hello everyone.

As always, I'm delighted to be here, I love Paris, I love France, I have a home in France now,” he said to cheers from the audience.

"Be careful Hugh, because people are looking for where the house is now, be careful!", joked his host, to which the 62-year-old comedian replied: "It's the only place in the world where I am happy".

Denis Brogniart therefore offered to continue the interview in French.

Asked about his role as Forge Fletcher, a villain in the film, the star of

Four Weddings and a Funeral

has lost none of his British humor: "Yes, the bad guys are a lot easier for me to play because, it's is “me”, finally.

When I was the lead in all the romantic comedies, it was a big lie.

It wasn't me at all.

But I'm very happy, now that I'm old and ugly, it's much easier,” he told an audience divided between applause and cries of disapproval.

"Hugh, you're saying that to make all the women in there say 'no you're not ugly, you're not old', that's it", s'


Congratulated for his mastery of the language, Hugh Grant explained himself as follows: “My French has improved because I spent confinement in France.

Four months".

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves

is an adventure comedy from Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis, which will be released in theaters on April 12.

French singer Mylène Farmer performs the film's soundtrack, a title named



In video,

The Emprise

, by Mylène Farmer

Source: lefigaro

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