Upcoming Netflix Series ‘Lupin (Part-2)’- All We Know So Far

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Netflix has recently launched a teaser trailer of the upcoming second-part episodes of Lupin. It is featuring Omar Sy as an underestimated gentleman thief named Assane Diop who is inspired by the Arsene Lupin Books during the revenge for his father’s death.

The first five episodes depict Assane like he set out to reveal the crimes of Hubert Pelligrini who was the employer of his father and framed for stealing of most expensive diamond necklace. In the very first episode, it was seen that the Pelligrini family started to retaliate.

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Release date:

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In January 2021 the team was announced that part 2 of Lupin will air on Netflix this summer. The latest five episodes are directed by Ludovic Bernard and Hugo Gelin. Part one of Lupin was aired on Friday 8th January 2021 but when part two will be filmed back to back that is unknown.

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Cast:

The second part of Lupin is featuring with Omar Sy as Assane, Parisian gentleman thief, Vincent Londez as Captain Romain Laugier, Ludivine Sagnier, Clotilde Hesme, Nicole Farcia, Herve Pierre, Soufiane Guerrab, Antoine Gouy, Fargass Assande and also Shirine Boutella.

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Lupin (Part-2) all Details

It is originally a French-language series followed by a central character Assane Diop who is a Parisian Janitor. In childhood, he has gifted a book about the French literacy character Arsene Lupin who is a genuine thief.

From that book, Assane was very inspired by the character Lupin and achieved mastery about the arts of disguise and also sleight of hand and also orchestrates huge, ambitious heists with one intending to take revenge on his father who was committed suicide in prison after accusing falsely of theft by the wealthy Pelligrini family.

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The last we have seen that Assane was desperately looking for his young Raoul abducted by the Pelligrini family. The story becomes complicated and Assane had a detective at his back.

The second part was teased by Netflix in March that revealed that was not a game anymore. Assane Quest for revenge against Hubert Pelligrini had torn his family into pieces. After his back to the wall, he had to think about some new plan even if it may put him in danger.

It indicates that the first trailer teaser of part 2 has confirmed that Raoul, the son of Assane who will be kidnapped by Leonard on behalf of Hubert Pelligrini who had planned to use his son as bait.

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The trailer of Lupin(Part-2)

The teaser trailer of Lupin (Part-2)  was released by Netflix on 5th March 2021 that reveals the frantic search of Assane for his loving son Raoul who was kidnapped by Leonard while Assane had arrested him. In this, we have seen Hubert Pelligrini who is a business tycoon whom Assane tried to take revenge, and also used the son of Assane as bait to embark on a rescue mission.

Here is the Netflix teaser:

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