the continuation could be delayed by this other project of Alexandre Astier

After twelve long years, fans of Kaamelott were able to discover today the first part of the trilogy planned by Alexandre astier. If the director and screenwriter wanted to reassure fans about the sequel, he nevertheless warned that the sequel could be delayed by another project close to his heart.

A sequel that should not be long, unless …

One of the most popular series of the last twenty years, the series Kaamelott is at the heart of a true cult. It must be said that the originality of the series and the artistic requirement of its creator Alexandre Astier make Kaamelott a work that is deeply apart. If for many, be a fan of Kaamelott is synonymous with balanced aftershocks at all times (it’s a bit true), it is above all knowing how to be patient. Because, ebetween the end of Book VI and the end of Kaamelott: First Stream, it will still have passed twelve years.

Released today, Kaamelott: First Stream is set to become a huge success, considering the sheer number of people who saw the film at the premiere. Besides, we recommend that you read our full review and without spoilers from the film by Alexandre Astier.

The creator of Kaamelott has never hidden his ambitions: for him, Kaamelott must end with a trilogy in the cinema, whose film released yesterday is, as its name suggests, the first part. But Many fans are already worried about how long it will take to see the sequel. Will Alexandre Astier put on another ten years before directing the sequel to Kaamelott: First Stream ? Interviewed by our colleagues from Point, the artist had to say the least reassuring.

If I’m not mobilized by another big serial adventure that I care about, KV2 won’t have to wait as long as the first one.

It will obviously be necessary to wait a little before discovering the rest of the adventures of Arthur Pendragon and his knights. Especially since if Alexandre Astier already has “wrote the outline for [les] two strands [suivants]”, he confides that”it is very precarious, not even in the state of treatment“. We are therefore reassured of the fact that the start of Kaamelott: Second Stream should, presumably, be shorter than the first.

It must be said that between the end of Book VI and the release of Kaamelott: First Stream, Alexandre Astier has worked on many projects, including a feature film (David and Madame Hansen), two animated films that he co-directed (Asterix: The Domain of the Gods and Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion) and two shows (That remains my joy ! and Exoconference), the director should be free to get down to writing Kaamelott 2.

However, Alexandre Astier conditioned the speed of execution of the sequel to his mobilization on another serial project which is important to him. heart. Although he does not name her in his interview for Point, fans of the artist know that in addition to a project around the Beast of Gévaudan (which we do not know what form it will take), Alexandre Astier has been working for many years on a series project for Canal +, entitled Vinzia, and which will deal with “the Lyon mafia” and of “the Italian community of Lyon“, according to the director’s statements to First in 2015.

Of Italian origin through his mother, Joëlle Sevilla, Alexandre Astier is also very attached to Lyon, his hometown. Series Vinzia should also be the occasion for Astier to pay tribute to some of his favorite works, such as Heat by Michael Mann or the series The Sopranos, which he considers his favorite series.

Anyway, we are very eager to find out Kaamelott 2 and the series Vinzia. If you are interested in Alexandre Astier’s other projects, we have written a complete dossier on this subject..


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