Alexandre Astier announces 200,000 spectators at the preview

Since this morning, Kaamelott has invaded social networks. The fans (and there are many) are no longer held in place: this Tuesday evening, the highly anticipated derivative film of the series will be released, after several postponements, in preview throughout France (and even in other French-speaking countries) .

The film has already landed a pre-sales record as soon as the box office opens.

And a few hours before the first sessions, the director-actor-composer, the Lyonnais Alexandre Astier, announced an impressive figure: 200,000 spectators expected at the preview this Tuesday evening (the official release is for tomorrow, Wednesday, in at the same time as the establishment of the health pass).

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“A priori, at bedtime tonight, you will be 200,000 to have seen KV1. It is with emotion (this is not a formula) that I wish you a safe return to the Kingdom of Logres. I told you that ‘ he would come back “he wrote on Twitter (a post liked and retweeted hundreds of times).


—> Interview with Alexandre Astier

—> Are there still places for the preview tonight in the Lyon area?

4000 tickets have already sold in Pathé Gaumont cinemas in the metropolis (Vaise, Bellecour, Carré de Soie). This concerns both tonight’s sessions and those for the next few days. 60,000 in Pathé Gaumont cinemas across France.

Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by

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