“I avenged my father. I had to protect my family. I want to be in the dark, but I’m back into the light. Now, watch me disappear.”
Here’s how Omar Sy’s Assane Diop introduces the next chapter of his story in a clip for Lupineof the third season. And it’s true: After getting revenge on Hubert Pellegrini at the end of season 2, Assane went on the run in season 3, far from her loved ones. But it probably won’t last that long.
The French heist thriller, with a modern twist on Maurice Leblanc’s classic thief Arsène Lupin, became a huge global hit when it first premiered on Netflix in January 2021. Here it is. what we can expect while waiting for Assane’s return.
What does it talk about?
Here’s what Netflix says: “Now in hiding, Assane must learn to live away from his wife and son. With the suffering they had to endure because of him, Assane couldn’t take it anymore and decided to return to Paris to make them a crazy proposal: leave France and start a new life there other. But the ghost of the past is never far away, and an unexpected return will turn his plans upside down.”
Assane’s revenge is also “not quite over”, Sy said Weekly entertainment, tease the third season. “He’s done most of the work, but it’s not done yet. When episode 10 ended, there were still some questions that we couldn’t answer. “
When will it be released?
There’s no release date yet, but Netflix promises it’s “coming soon.”
Sy informed Lupine was in production in Paris in November 2021. However, filming was halted a few months later when robbery takes place at the end of February. Production resumed after a long hiatus.
Can I see the trailer?
Netflix announced an exclusive trailer in Tudum, teasing that Assane is still big. All of France is buzzing about him – he’s appeared in newspapers, protest signs and wanted ads – but “the country’s most famous thief has never been found”. He went into hiding. “If I have to disappear, why not go out in style?” Assane said in the clip. From a man known for wearing the latest Jordans on his adventures, we expected nothing less.
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Erica Gonzales is Senior Culture Editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of TV, movies, music, books and more. Previously she was the editor of HarpersBAZAAR.com. There’s a 75% chance she’s listening to Lorde right now.