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Screen Grab: Omar Sy weaves a rebel spell in ‘Lupin’

Omar Sy’s charming master thief televises a dreamy revolution in Lupin, Netflix’s latest Euro blockbuster The post Screen Grab: Omar Sy weaves a rebel spell in ‘Lupin’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Television, Netflix, Friday, Borgen, Openaccess, TV Review, Lupin, Omar Sy, Maurice Leblanc, Top Six, Dubbing, Call My Agent, Subtitles, Killing Eve, TV Dramas, Money Heist


The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Manifest' to 'Lupin'

"Manifest." Craig Blankenhorn/NBC/Warner Brothers Every week, the streaming search engine Reelgood compiles for Insider a list of the TV shows that have been most prominent on Netflix's daily top-10 lists. "Manifest" was Netflix's biggest show this week, just as its network, NBC, canceled it after two seasons. Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two minutes. See more stories on Insider's business page. 9. "Workin' Moms" (Netflix orig...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Media, Nbc, Entertainment, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Netflix, Streaming, Rotten Tomatoes, Lucifer, Slater, Peet, Betty


With ‘Lupin’ Part 2, Showrunner George Kay Balances Pleasing Leblanc Fans and Newbies Alike

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched Part 2 of “Lupin,” streaming now on Netflix. Much of the fun of watching Netflix’s original series “Lupin,” inspired by the Maurice Leblanc books, is in anticipating what cleverness and charm Assane Diop (played by Omar Sy) will deploy to meet his goals. Fans […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Lupin, Omar Sy, Maurice Leblanc, George Kay, Assane Diop


Return to Etretat 2021

 I want to thank everyone for watching my live Lupin 2 tour yesterday and also for your generous tips to my PayPal account. I'm sorry I couldn't thank all of you individually, but know I really appreciate it. CLICK HERE to watch the video and CLICK HERE if you would like to leave a tip in my PayPal account (you don’t have to have a PayPal account), which I would greatly appreciate, as I do these tours free of charge for France.fr  Enjoy! I arrived in Etertat on Tuesday morning, a day ear...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, France, Paypal, Monet, Lupin, Richard Nahem, Etertat


Yet Another New Lupin the Third Anime Coming

The endless adventures of gentleman thief Lupin the Third will be resuming once more as part six of the anime has been announced to be on the way, exposing the new generation to the legendary thief once again and ensuring the continuation of his legacy. The new anime was announced at an event in celebration […]
Tags: Theft, Anime, Announcements, TMS, Lupin, PV, Continuations


Yasuo Ohtsuka Mechanical Artworks Book Review

Yasuo Ōtsuka (大塚康生 1931-2021) was a veteran Japanese animator who worked with Toei Animation, TMS Entertainment, and Studio Ghibli. Considered to be one of Japan’s foremost animators, he was an important mentor to both Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. With a passion for sketching military & civil engineer vehicles since young, Yasuo Otsuka used his in-depth knowledge to design and incorporate these vehicles into many of the Lupin animated films, and a great collection of the illustrations ar...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Book Reviews, Illustration, Animation, Anime, Isao Takahata, Hayao Miyazaki, Lupin, Art Book Review, Japanese art book, Ghibli, Tamiya, Amazon De, Yasuo Otsuka, Amazon CA


‘Lupin’ Part 2 Trailer: The Master Thief is Back on Netflix This June

The master thief is returning with a vengeance this June. Netflix has released a new Lupin Part 2 trailer announcing the release date for the next five episodes of the hit French caper series. And we’re only going to be posting the one with subtitles because that English dubbed monstrosity is not worth any of our attention. Watch the Lupin Part 2 trailer below. Lupin Part 2 Trailer Part 2 of Lupin picks up with Assane Diop (Omar Sy) on the run after his son is kidnapped and he is framed...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Mexico, Netflix, Thriller, Paris, Louis Leterrier, Marcela, Sy, Lupin, Omar Sy, TV Trailer, Foreign Language, George Kay, Assane Diop


‘Gangs of London’ Reveals Directors For Season 2 of Hit Sky-AMC Drama From Pulse and Sister

Corin Hardy (“The Nun”) will be the lead director for the second season of hit Sky and AMC series “Gangs of London.” Hardy, who previously directed four episodes for season one, will also serve as executive producer, and will direct four episodes of season 2. Marcela Said (“Lupin,” “Narcos Mexico”) and Nima Nourizadeh (“Little America,” […]
Tags: London, News, Amc, Global, Sky, Lupin, Gangs Of London, Marcela Said Lupin Narcos Mexico, Nima Nourizadeh Little America


‘Gangs of London’ Reveals Directors For Season 2 of Hit Sky-AMC Drama From Pulse Films and Sister

Corin Hardy (“The Nun”) will be the lead director for the second season of hit Sky and AMC series “Gangs of London.” Hardy, who previously directed four episodes for season one, will also serve as executive producer, and will direct four episodes of season 2. Marcela Said (“Lupin,” “Narcos Mexico”) and Nima Nourizadeh (“Little America,” […]
Tags: London, News, Amc, Global, Sky, Lupin, Gangs Of London, Marcela Said Lupin Narcos Mexico, Nima Nourizadeh Little America


‘One Cut of the Dead’ is Getting a French Remake From the Director of ‘The Artist’

2011’s The Artist, the black-and-white paean to the silent film era, doesn’t hold much of a place in the film conversations of today. But the movie certainly struck a chord with Oscar voters the next year, winning Best Actor for Jean Dujardin, Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius, and ultimately winning Best Picture. Now, the filmmaker behind that cinematic anomaly has set his sights on a remake of the low-budget Japanese horror comedy One Cut of the Dead, which is about a film crew that encou...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, France, Paris, Berenice Bejo, Michel Hazanavicius, Final Cut, Remakes, Romain Duris, Jean Luc Godard, Lupin, Omar Sy, Godard Mon Amour, Luàna Bajrami, Hazanavicius


APOS: Netflix’s Bela Bajaria Pinpoints the Duality of Local Authenticity on a Global Platform

Netflix head of global TV Bela Bajaria says that staying authentically local is key to global success for the giant streaming platform. Speaking at the opening day of the annual Asia Pacific focused APOS conference, a virtual affair for the second year in a row due to COVID-19, Bajaria said that the localization process is […]
Tags: Asia, News, Global, Netflix, Lupin, APOS, Bela Bajaria, Bajaria, COVID


From ‘Lupin’ to ‘Winx Club,’ European IP is Highly Coveted by Streamers

Although the COVID-19 pandemic forced a production slowdown in Hollywood, European shows are gaining unprecedented global traction, becoming a significant catalyst of an ongoing shifting dynamic in IP dominance. Streaming giants have prompted a fundamental shift towards non-English scripted content conquering more global eyeballs, says Guy Bisson of London-based Ampere Analysis. Although he points out […]
Tags: Hollywood, London, Features, MIPTV, Lupin, Winx Club, La Casa de Papel, Guy Bisson, Ampere Analysis Although


Impact X Studios Bows With Prestige Scripted Slate, ‘Dumas,’ ‘Baldwin in Paris,’ ‘Blind Ambition’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Impact X Capital, a Black entrepreneur owned venture capital firm seeking to invest £100 million ($137 million) for underrepresented entrepreneurs, is launching Impact X Studios to fund, develop and package international content with an focus on diversity and inclusion. A creative capital vehicle for underrepresented talent, iImpact X Studios is being launched by Erica Motley, […]
Tags: News, Global, Paris, Markets & Festivals, Baldwin, MIPTV, Dumas, Lupin, Bridgerton, Impact X, Impact X Capital a Black, Impact X Studios, Erica Motley


Netflix Reteams With ‘Lupin’ Star Omar Sy, Director Louis Leterrier on French Action Comedy (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix is reteaming with “Lupin” director Louis Leterrier (“Now You See Me”) and star Omar Sy (“The Intouchables”) on a sequel to the 2012 action comedy “On the Other Side of the Tracks.” The film, which is still untitled, began shooting in Paris on March 15 and will also be lensed in the French Alps. […]
Tags: News, Global, Netflix, Paris, Louis Leterrier, Lupin, Mandarin Cinema, Omar Sy The Intouchables, Eric Altmayer, Omar Sy Director Louis Leterrier


The CW Announces ‘Supergirl’ Final Season Premiere Date (TV News Roundup)

In today’s TV news roundup, The CW announced the premiere date for the sixth and final season of “Supergirl,” and Netflix revealed a teaser for the second part of “Lupin.” DATES The CW announced that “Supergirl” will premiere the first part of its sixth and final season on March 30 at 9 p.m. In that time slot now is […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Cw, Supergirl, Lupin, GOATs: The Greatest of All Time, The Runaway Bunny


How Female Executives Are Leading the International Streaming Business

Streaming heavyweights have big global aspirations, and they’re relying on a growing cadre of women to realize them. Female leaders abound at Netflix and Amazon Studios, where international programming initiatives are well underway, and they occupy top roles at Disney and HBO Max as the businesses expand globally. In a sign of how important these […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Disney, Global, Features, Netflix, Amazon Studios, Lupin, HBO Max, International Streaming


Streaming Development, Series Orders Recovering Faster From COVID-19 Than Linear, According to Industry Analyst

Although COVID-19 has damaged the entertainment industry across the board, it’s clear that streamers are making a swifter, healthier recovery than their linear counterparts. According to Ampere Analysis’ Guy Bisson, the streamers’ scripted commissioning activity in 2020 was quicker to return to 2019 levels. However, perhaps more significantly, the streamers have strongly increased their development […]
Tags: News, Star, Netflix, Efm, Berlinale, Ampere Analysis, Lupin, Guy Bisson, COVID


11 Things to Stream If the Pandemic Stole Your European Vacation

A European tour can be the trip of a lifetime: a high school graduate taking a gap year to see the world, college grads backpacking around Italy, France, and Germany while figuring out what they want to do with their lives, free-spirited women traveling alone in search of a higher calling. (At least, that’s what I’ve…Read more...
Tags: Germany, Films, Netflix, European Tour, Lifehacks, Aziz Ansari, Pope Benedict XVI, Harper, Anthony Hopkins, Ibiza, Oliver, Royal Mint, Golden Globe, Connell, Gillian Jacobs, Italy France


How Disney's international streaming strategy takes a page from Netflix's playbook

Disney CEO Bob Chapek. Disney Disney launched its general-entertainment service Star in some international markets on Tuesday. Disney is ramping up its international streaming strategy as Netflix ramps up originals outside the US. Industry watchers have different perspectives on what Disney's strategy means for the US-based Hulu. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. With Hollywood upended by the coronavirus pandemic, Disney -like other media companies - has prioritized ...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, India, Disney, US, Trends, Star, Analysis, Fox, Netflix, Comcast, Border, Streaming, Hulu


Sky Studios, Gaumont Team For Original German Comedy ‘The Wasp,’ With ‘Goodbye Lenin’ Actor Florian Lukas

Sky Studios and Gaumont have teamed on “The Wasp,” the first Sky original comedy to be produced for Sky Deutschland. The six-part series follows Eddie Frotzke, a fallen professional dart player who, after a prolonged career slump, wants to return to his former glory. With the help of his old buddy Nobbe, also a rusty […]
Tags: News, Global, Gaumont, Lenin, Sky Studios, Lupin, Sky Studios Gaumont Team, Florian Lukas, Eddie Frotzke, Nobbe


Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Lupin’ is a twisty delight

The new Netflix series “Lupin” is a loose adaptation of the Arséne Lupin stories by Maurice Leblanc, but it’s set in the present day, with a hero who’s inspired by the exploits of Leblanc’s fictional “gentleman thief.” Through flashbacks, we meet Assane Diop (played by Omar Sy) as a young Senegalese immigrant who has recently arrived in Paris with his father. As an adult, he’s transformed himself into an impossible-to-catch thief and master of disguise. While some of Assane’s schemes have a sati...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Netflix, Paris, Golden Globe, Emily, LeBlanc, Lupin, Omar Sy, Maurice Leblanc, Original Content Podcast, Assane Diop, Assane


Netflix Caper Series ‘Lupin’ Returns for a Second Season This Summer

Lupin was the first surprise streaming hit of 2021, with its first five slick, super-fun episodes taking Netflix by storm. The crime caper series starring Omar Sy became the first French series to make the streamer’s U.S. Top 10. But because of Netflix’s weird release strategy (splitting up shows by “Parts” instead of seasons), we’re left to wait to find out what happens next to Sy’s master thief Assane Diop. And thankfully the wait won’t be too long, with Lupin Part 2 set to hit Netflix this s...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Netflix, Thriller, Louis Leterrier, Sy, Lupin, Omar Sy, George Kay, Assane Diop, Ludovic Bernard The Climb, François Uzan, Gaumont Télévision Lupin


Lupin's Omar Sy: 'We wanted to show what the French are capable of'

The actor stars in Netflix’s biggest French-language hit as a gentleman thief. He and the director, Louis Leterrier, explain how the drama drew in 70 million fans worldwide“We wanted to show what the French were capable of in terms of making a series, but frankly we didn’t expect it to do what it has.” Omar Sy, the star of the latest Netflix smash hit, Lupin, is speaking over the phone from Senegal. The line between London and Dakar isn’t great, but the charm that has helped his slick, charismat...
Tags: UK, London, Television, Drama, France, US, Senegal, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Louis Leterrier, Dakar, Lupin, Omar Sy, Bridgerton, TV crime drama


Pop Culture Imports: ‘Lupin,’ ‘Veneno,’ ‘Awaara,’ and More

(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign movies and TV streaming right now.) It’s a new year, with new foreign-language films and TV shows to stream: a few late-year streaming hits, along with a few classics and hidden gems that may have slipped under your radar. But we’re back and here to recommend you some titles that will help you meet that New Year’s resolution of watching more foreign films this year. Fire up those subtitles, and let’s get streaming. Bes...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Movies, France, Spain, Features, Netflix, Ocean, Tokyo, Raj Kapoor, Madrid, Bollywood, Charlie Chaplin, Alice, Cristina, Gloria


The Quarantine Stream: The Nimble Crime Caper ‘Lupin’ is Your New Netflix Addiction

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Lupin Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: Assane Diop (Omar Sy) is a dashing thief who is inspired to take on a life of crime by the exploits of fictional gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, and by the arrest and suicide of his wrongfully convicted father after he was framed for the theft of a precious necklace. When the n...
Tags: Movies, Features, Netflix, Ocean, Idris Elba, Sherlock Holmes, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Louvre, Louis Leterrier, Sy, Lupin, Omar Sy, Netflix/Streaming Video, Maurice Leblanc, Featured Stories Sidebar


How France's Lupin became the surprise Netflix hit of the season

The charming series combines Ocean’s Eleven’s slickness with the implausibility of National Treasure to become the first French series to crack the US top 10The greatest trick by Lupin, a new French series on Netflix, is disguising substantiveness in plain sight. The show, created by the British showrunner George Kay and inspired by the beloved French character Arsène Lupin, packages over 115 years of inspiration (dating back to the character’s invention by writer Maurice Leblanc in 1905) in a s...
Tags: Television, Drama, France, US, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Ocean, Lupin, Omar Sy, Maurice Leblanc, George Kay, Assane Diop


Netflix's 'Lupin' is one of its biggest hits of all time. Here's how it stacks up against the streamer's other top original TV shows.

Omar Sy stars in "Lupin." Emmanuel Guimier/Netflix Netflix projected that its hit French series "Lupin" will be watched by 70 million households in its first 28 days of release. That makes it Netflix's second biggest original series ever, behind season one of "The Witcher." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix has another hit on its hands.The streaming giant is projecting that its new French series, "Lupin," will be watched by 70 million households in its first 28 da...
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‘Lupin’ Will Be Seen By 70 Million Subscribers, Netflix Claims

Netflix’s French original “Lupin” is the streamer’s latest international hit, and poised to pull in eye-watering numbers for the service. The SVOD giant projects that the clever Omar Sy-fronted crime caper will be watched by 70 million members within its first 28 days on the platform. The drama launched on Friday and has already nabbed […]
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Staff Picks: Our Favorite Manga of 2017

If you’re stuck at home, it's easy to become frustrated when, say, a plague makes your regularly scheduled programming go on hiatus. But we must remember that COVID-19 affected the world, not just ourselves as individuals. Several series faced delays early in 2020 while studios figured out, much like every other industry, how to make things work. So it is with the utmost appreciation for the efforts of all involved that we here at Ani-Gamers have anything to rank as far as new anime produced in ...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Wtf, Hollywood, China, Doraemon, Anime, Patrick, Kansai, TMS, Tokyo Japan, Evan, Kanto, Oliva, Lupin, Lupin III


Staff Picks: Our Favorite Anime of 2020

If you’re stuck at home, it's easy to become frustrated when, say, a plague makes your regularly scheduled programming go on hiatus. But we must remember that COVID-19 affected the world, not just ourselves as individuals. Several series faced delays early in 2020 while studios figured out, much like every other industry, how to make things work. So it is with the utmost appreciation for the efforts of all involved that we here at Ani-Gamers have anything to rank as far as new anime produced in ...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Wtf, Hollywood, China, Doraemon, Anime, Patrick, Kansai, TMS, Tokyo Japan, Evan, Kanto, Oliva, Lupin, Lupin III