L’acteur Omar Sy, star de la série Netflix “Lupin”, an annoncé ce jeudi qu’il s’associait avec la plateforme concurrente de streaming HBO Max pour ” développer des contenus” destinés notamment à l’Afrique francophone, la France et in the United States of America.
“I am very happy to partner with HBO Max, who shares my dream of developing engaging content for audiences around the world, especially in Francophone Africa, France and the United States,” the 44-year-old French actor wrote on Instagram. The articles by American magazines Variety and the Hollywood Reporter that revealed this decade were lifted.
“One of the greatest talents of our time”
“Omar Sy is one of the greatest talents of our time, and it was great to see his star take global prominence after a successful career in his native France,” said Sarah Aubry, Head of Original Content at HBO Max. cited in specialized journals. “We are honored to be partners with Omar and look forward to making things happen together in the coming years as HBO Max continues to expand globally.”
In October 2021, the French star signed a multi-year contract with Netflix to develop original content for the platform. Neither HBO Max nor the actor initially revealed the details of their contract on Thursday.
Already well known internationally and in the US since the success of “Intouchables” (2011), Omar Sy has greatly cemented his global reputation with “Lupine”, the first French Netflix hit that presents him as a modern-day gentleman thief and won tens of millions of subscribers. all over the world. At the beginning of May, he returned to the catwalk with another hit: “Loin du périph”, a sequel to the police comedy “L’autre cote du périph” (2012), which he wears in a duet with Laurent Lafitte.
“Food trailblazer. Passionate troublemaker. Coffee fanatic. General analyst. Certified creator. Lifelong music expert. Alcohol specialist.”