“Lupin,” a riveting series, was conceived by George Kay and Francois Uzan, with direction led by Louis Leterrier along with other talented directors.
Since its debut, “Lupin” has skyrocketed to global acclaim. The first part alone garnered an astounding viewership of over 70 million households within its initial 28 days of release!
Is Lupin Part 3 Coming In October 2023?
Mark your calendars for October 5th, 2023, when “Lupin Part 3” is set to make its much-anticipated debut on Netflix!
The narrative of “Lupin” weaves a tale of Assane Diop, a seasoned thief, who was orphaned when his father was falsely accused of stealing a valuable diamond necklace by his influential employer, Hubert Pellegrini. This tragic turn of events led Assane’s father to take his own life while in prison.
Twenty-five years later, armed with unparalleled thieving expertise and a deep knowledge of the criminal world, Assane embarks on a mission of vengeance against the Pellegrini family, aiming to expose Hubert’s heinous deeds.
The pursuit of revenge, an age-old theme, often takes unexpected turns, providing moments of comic relief amidst the intense drama. This blend of emotions is a key factor contributing to the overwhelmingly positive response and record-breaking success of “Lupin.”
Part 2 swiftly followed its predecessor, hitting screens on June 11th. Netflix reported that “Lupin” secured its status as the most-watched non-English show on the platform at the time, trailing only behind the immensely popular “Bridgerton.”
In “Lupin Part 3,” Assane finds himself in seclusion from his wife and son, burdened by the suffering they’ve endured due to his actions. Torn by their pain, he contemplates a bold move: to leave France and start anew elsewhere. Yet, as is often the case, the spectres of one’s past seldom fade, remaining ever-present in the shadows. With the unexpected return of a ‘ghost,’ Assane’s meticulously laid plans are thrown into disarray.
The trailer promises a thrilling fusion of comedy and action, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the release of Part 3.
As for the cast, Omar Sy brilliantly reprises his role as Assane, drawing inspiration from the iconic gentleman thief, Arsene Lupin. The ensemble also includes the return of talents like Ludivine Sagnier and Clotilde Hesme, among others.