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After Asterix and Tintin, another French comic book will be adapted for the cinema

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May16,2024

After Tintin, Asterix and The Smurfs, this other cult Franco-Belgian comic strip will soon be adapted for the cinema.

After Astérix and Tintin, another French comic strip will be adapted for the cinema

Adaptations of French comics

If adaptations of comics and mangaare a hit with Internationally, we French can boast of having a good number of cinematic adaptations of our cult comics. Asterix, Tintin, Spirou, Gaston Lagaffe, Lucky Luke, Les Profs, our greatest French comics are already in print. passed through the reel of French cinema. Sometimes, even the Americans tackle the problem. our classics like Steven Spielberg with Tintin or Raja Gosnell with The Smurfs.

After Astérix and Tintin, another French comic strip will be adapted to cinema

Well, a new Franco-Belgian comic strip will soon be adapted by French cinema. Indeed, Natacha flight attendant will soon arrive on the big screens, with, as a bonus, a four-star casting.

What is Natacha flight attendant?

Initially, Natacha flight attendant is a series of comic strips created in 1970 by the author and designer Belgian François Walth&eac;ry. Over time, the artist has collaborated with with many designers to bring life to life Natasha such as Gos and Peyo. Natasha is a flight attendant who regularly finds herself involved in incredible adventures or high-profile police intrigues. solve. The series takes place in 1963 and is distinguished by its humorous tone, its detailed drawings and the richness of its stories, which often combine action, mystery and romance. Like many of his colleagues, Natasha air hostesswas first published in the newspaper Spirou before having her own adventure. The series published by Editions Dupuis has 23 albums and has sold over 100,000 copies. more than five million copies.

After Astérix and Tintin, another French comic strip will be adapted to the cinema

Natasha flight attendant will soon arrive on French screens. Vanessa Djian, producer at Daï Daï Films and Nathalie Toulza Madar, deputy general director of TF1 Studio were delighted at the microphone of Variety  :

We are delighted with the scale of the ambition that Natacha flight attendant is proposing. With the talented Noémie Saglio, we wanted to create a funny and modern film, which is aimed at both women and men. In this post #MeToo era, we think there will be a huge public appetite for a female lead comedic role.

The filming of ;will begin on May 27 with a dream cast notably composed of by Fabrice Luchini, Vincent Dedienne, Elsa Zylberstein, Didier Bourdon, Isabelle Adjani and Baptiste Lecaplain. As for Natasha, she will be played by the actress Camille Lou (Les Combattantes). The production will set up its cameras in particular in the Paris region, in the North of France, in the Côte d'Azur and even in Italy. No release date yet.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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