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Entertainment Ten percent: Nicolas Maury (Hervé) reveals a shooting anecdote and it's very funny

16:50  28 october  2020
16:50  28 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Dix pour cent : Nicolas Maury (Hervé) dévoile une anecdote de tournage et c’est très drôle © GETTY Ten percent: Nicolas Maury (Hervé) reveals a shooting anecdote and it's very funny This Wednesday 28 October, France 2 broadcasts two new episodes of season 4 of Dix pour cent. An event for which the actor Nicolas Maury, interpreter of the character of Hervé, gave a funny filming anecdote concerning Fanny Sidney, alias Camille.

It is difficult to know if the fans of Dix pour cent will have, at the end of season 4, the chance to discover on their small screen the continuation of the adventures of Andréa Martel, Arlette Azémar, Gabriel Sarda, Mathias Barneville, Hervé . At a time when the program is supposed to have its final clap, the eventuality of a sequel becomes more and more likely . No season 5 to speak of, but a spin-off or a special Christmas episode. At the mere planning stage, the future of the series is sealed for the moment. The last episodes of season 4 will air on Wednesday, November 4. Saying goodbye was no easy task for the actors, technicians and directors involved in the project. But despite the ambient melancholy, Ten percent are mostly good memories. In an interview for Konbini , Camille Cotton, Grégory Montel and Nicolas Maury returned to the auditions they had and took the opportunity to deliver small anecdotes from the shoot. If a scene of "rage" by Nicolas Maury, alias Hervé, made his colleagues laugh a lot, Fanny Sidney, the interpreter of Camille Valentini , is not left out.

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Facing the camera, Nicolas Maury indicated that a particular scene had given the young actress a hard time. Shot right after a huge team lunch, the streak had been very complicated for her.

"Fanny Sidney ate a lot at lunchtime because we had a flamboyant, brilliant canteen," he explains. She had eaten a lot and we had to play right after. It was at 2:30 p.m., people going to eat pizza, staying at the agency. And Camille was actually falling asleep. She fell asleep from having eaten too much ". If the main interested party was not present to defend herself, there is no doubt that she will be able to settle accounts with Nicolas in due time. Isn't revenge a cold dish after all?

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