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“Watch me disappear”: Omar Sy on the run in the first trailer for Lupine part 3

2022-09-27T06:23:16.134Z

Netflix has released a new teaser of the next episodes of its flagship series around the protagonist Assane Diop, the gentleman burglar played by the French actor.



Wanted poster.

After two games broadcast respectively in January and June 2021,

Lupine

is about to make a comeback.

If Netflix has still not communicated a precise date, the streaming platform has shared on its social networks a first trailer for the sequel to the series inspired by the character of Maurice Leblanc.

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“I avenged my father.

I had to protect my family.

I wanted to stay in the shadows but I came into the light”

, begins facing the camera Omar Sy in the guise of Assane Diop.

Each of these sentences is interspersed with flashbacks from previous episodes.

“Now watch me disappear,”

he announces by way of transition.

Unseen images of the coming season then follow.

Hero or criminal?

»

In the rest of the trailer, the Lupine imagined by George Kay and François Uzan, appears under many faces and in various places.

In Marseille or Paris, as an ultra-bearded old man, hooded or with his signature beret, the fugitive increases his chameleon capacities tenfold.

At the same time, the trailer reveals a mass of "wanted notice" posters, a journalist's voiceover describes Assane Diop in one of the newspapers and the subject of all conversations.

“Hero or criminal?

The most famous burglar in France has disappeared, ”

we can hear.

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The trailer ends in Place Vendôme, in the heart of the Parisian capital, where we can see this modern-day Arsène Lupine at the top of the historic column

.

“If I have to disappear, I might as well finish in style, right?

, concludes Omar Sy in voiceover.

Since its release,

Lupine

has become one of the biggest French Netflix hits internationally.

A month after its release in January 2021, the series had reached nearly 70 million views.

Source: lefigaro

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