Surprise, this French comedy which was a hit in France in 2017 with more than 3.5 million cinema admissions will have a sequel in 2023


In 2017, comedy Alibi.com was the third most viewed French film of the year, behind Crazy Raid by Dany Boon and Valerian and the City of Ten Planets by Luc Besson. After the success of both Baby sitting, the comedy directed by Philippe Lacheau confirmed with a little more than 3.5 million spectators the great popularity of the actor and the band at Fifi in France. Broadcast on TF1 last year, the film still had more than 4.7 million viewers, proof thatAlibi.com definitely has cult potential.

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While his last film, Despite himself superheroes, is currently a hit in theaters with more than 1.8 million admissions, Philippe Lacheau announced via his Instagram account that a sequel was in preparation. The actor and director posted a photo of the film’s poster, with the number 2 scribbled on, and a message that says it all: “New adventure.” This revelation obviously caused a lot of joy in the comments, especially from celebrities like Franck Gastambide or Stanislas Wawrinka who both expressed their excitement at this new project.

Alibi.com told the story of an agency that offered its clients concrete alibis to avoid certain embarrassing situations. Grégory, the hero played by Philippe Lacheau, discovered that his partner’s father, Flo (Élodie Fontan), was one of his agency’s clients. No information has yet been revealed on the synopsis of this sequel, but we can trust the actor and screenwriter to imagine situations that are still just as crazy and funny.

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Source- https://www.gqmagazine.fr/pop-culture/article/surprise-cette-comedie-francaise-qui-avait-cartonne-en-france-en-2017-avec-plus-de-35-millions-d-entrees-au-cinema-va-avoir-une-suite-en-2023