“Lupine”: Omar Sy reveals some thoughts on season 3

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Omar Sy in the “Lupine” series.

LUPINE – After two successful first seasons on Netflix, the “Lupine” series will return for a third season, with no release date yet.

About this, Omar Sy, who plays the role of Assane Diop, unveiled some initial thoughts in an interview given to the American media Entertainment Weekly.

“We have a lot of ideas and things that we want to do and say, but we are still writing”, explains the French actor, before specifying:

“When you read the books, Lupine has a lot of accomplices. But (in the series), there is only Benjamin. Except Assane needs people, so he’s going to hire them. I think it’s going to be more interesting and maybe one day we’ll have a big cast with a lot of people. Because the thing is, even though he’s the mastermind, the brain, he can’t do everything on his own, he needs people. It’s also one of his skills: being able to attract people and take them with him. It’s really cool to play with that. I think that’s a great aspect of Lupine. ”

In addition, Omar Sy does not exclude an alliance between his character and Guedira, the policeman fan of Arsène Lupine who chases him before collaborating with him: “In another life, they would have been friends, because they have Lupine. in common. So why not? It’s possible. We do not know”.

Released on January 8, the first part of “Lupine”, had been a worldwide success on Netflix and the series produced by Gaumont had risen to the head of viewings in several countries. Part two was then released on June 11 on the streaming platform.

In this adaptation of Maurice Leblanc’s work transposed into the 21st century, Omar Sy plays Assane Diop, an admirer of Arsène Lupine, haunted by an injustice that struck his family and who, in today’s Paris, acts in systematically referring to his hero.

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