Alexandre Astier is well prepared for the sequel to Kaamelott – Premier Volet. The actor-director confirmed Monday night on the set of Daily that his successful heroic fantasy saga would continue with a second installment. True to his habit, he remains very mysterious about this future film. “Maybe the two won’t really be one two, or something like that,” he blurted out to Yann Barthès. “I’m going to go where I can go, which is surprisingly.”
Alexandre Astier had told BFMTV at the time of release wanting to make a second part more heroic fantasy than the first: “It should, yes. In any case, it is the goal of the game of the trilogy – to develop the saga in something more and more powerful, more and more visual […] There is a will that the Arthurian gesture, mine, continues in a heroic fantasy more and more marked. “
With nearly 2.4 million admissions, the film is the biggest hit of the year, and the biggest box office hit since the start of the pandemic. “The thing about a successful cinema film is that it’s the only time I haven’t done anything,” Astier reacts on the set of Quotidien. “I was putting chlorine in the pool. I had my dip net. It’s not very sensual: these are numbers. It’s not like in the theater, where people are there.”
Written, produced and directed by Alexandre Astier, Kaamelott – Premier Volet takes place ten years after the events recounted in the series. We find a depressed Arthur, refusing to find his throne now held by Lancelot. Prestigious guest-stars like Sting, Clovis Cornillac and Guillaume Gallienne give the answer to the heroes of the series. The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 24.
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