event of the week Broadcast the first trailer By Kaamelott – Premier Volet, Alexandre Astaire’s movie that hits French cinemas on July 21. Almost 13 years after the end of the series, fans will finally be able to discover the rest of the adventures of Arthur Pendragon, bent on reclaiming his throne.
Without a doubt one of the most anticipated French films of the year, Camelot could make history by becoming the first film to be released in space and in preview. Everything will be in the hands of NASA, according to Alexander Astaire.
Camelot: The Independent International Space Station!
A few days after the broadcast of “KV1”, Alexandre Astaire was a guest on the daily program hosted by Yann Barthès on TMC. It was a chance for fans to discover a new interview with King Arthur and learn more about the film, but also about the crazy projects surrounding the latter.
On April 28, astronaut Thomas Pesquet has just joined the International Space Station (ISS) where he will stay for six months. He was due to return to Earth in October, and the latter did not go there empty-handed. He indicated on his networks that he started with him the entire Camelot series that he adores.
After this announcement, fans published a petition to allow Thomas Pesquet to preview the film so that he would not wait for his return to Earth. With over 11,000 signatures, Petition is a cute little success He got key stakeholders to respond at the beginning of May.
It is a great honor, Commander.
If they miss the Pioneer Plate and the Golden Record, you might pick up on an extraterrestrial wit “Patience is a dish that must be prepared in advance.” It will keep them occupied for a while…
Worldly fraternal greetings.
– Alexander Astier (@AstierOff) May 5, 2021
Thomas Pesquet reassured the crowd by emphasizing the exchange of discussions between himself and Alexander Astaire. A tweet to which screenwriter Camelot responded, leaving fans with high hopes.
In the Quotidien group, Alexander Astaire confirmed what many had expected: the project is in progress. To answer Yann Barthès’ question, the director stated:
NASA should see it to make sure there is no incentive in my movie, for example to blow up a space station. I’ve watched the movie, you can see that I’m pretty light on the subject. We are doing very well!
So we’re very close to having a French movie premiere in space. Thomas Bisquet won’t be the only lucky one who discovers the rest of Arthur’s adventures before anyone else because Alexander Astaire intends to provide subtitles so all station members can enjoy the show.
I have to translate it because his buddies don’t speak French. They shouldn’t be bored either. I understand they all looked at things a little together.
On the Earth side, see you on July 21 in the dark rooms!