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Canada "Kaamelott: First Component". Over 420,000 spectators to go to the output of

18:17  23 july  2021
18:17  23 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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File d'attente de spectateurs devant le Grand Rex à Paris pour la première du film « Kaamelott : Premier Volet » d'Alexandre Astier, le 20 juillet 2021. movie © Geoffrey VAN DER HASSELT / AFP queue of spectators to the Grand Rex in Paris for the premiere of "Kaamelott: First Component" Alexandre Astier July 20, 2021.

"Kaamelott: First Component" Alexandre Astier, met a huge success when it was released in cinemas. More than 420 000 spectators were at the rendezvous during the 48 hours of the release of the film.

More than 420 000 spectators rushed into the cinemas in 48 hours to see the movie Kaamelott: First Component, reports the Huffington Post . And half of them went to the rooms since the introduction of health pass, Wednesday, July 21. Hallucinating

... You are four hundred twenty-three thousand nine hundred twenty-two to have seen # KV1 which was released yesterday.

kaamelott - first component: a fan will see the movie 200 times at the cinema to beat a record of the world

 kaamelott - first component: a fan will see the movie 200 times at the cinema to beat a record of the world It is noting that the wait has been long between the broadcast of the last episode of the series on M6 and the exit At the cinema of Kaamelott - first component, the 1st film of a film trilogy. Also, in order to celebrate this event, a fan decided to try to beat a record of the world by going to see 200 times at the cinema following the adventures of Arthur, Perceval and Karadoc. Summer is there, but the sun preferred to go on vacation.

This is Din-go. A small gift

poster "Epic Edition" fufu Nicolas Bory @SNDfilms

@Kaamelott_tweet pic.twitter.com/I9c0XqAVCZ

- Alexandre Astier (@AAstierOff) July 22, 2021,

Online Media notes it is the best start for a french film since 2018 "it's din-go" , has also reacted on Twitter Alexandre Astier, the director of the film.

A new movie in the works?

The enthusiasm of the fans can be explained by the fact that the series, which aired on M6 at the time, concluded there are now twelve. "It's about 1000 years was expected that, we will even go back for a second viewing minimum with those who did not pass their" , a person specifically commented on Twitter.

Bah normal it's about 1000 years was expected that we will even go back for a second viewing minimum with those who had not yet pass their gadget tse

- Orsane (@OVinaigre) July 22, 2021 Other long

-métrages also recorded a good score at the box office for their recent output. The Meaning of the family culminates with 460,000 spectators to its credit. Encouraged by the success of this event, Alexandre Astier might have to get a second or third part of the saga.

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