Pascal Légitimus, Didier Bourdon and Bernard Campan are preparing to return to film studios together. The trio Les Inconnus should shoot a new feature film soon announced Bernard Campan, this Friday, January 14.
While several rumors concerning a new collaboration between the three actors jostled in recent weeks, Bernard Campan put an end to the suspense: “The group is going to reform but it is not, as I have read or heard: “The group will reform on stage or…”. No, it’s for the occasion of a film in which we’re going to participate and I’m delighted. I am delighted to find my companions and associates and friends. We have not yet said the name of the director who is in the process of finishing the script,” the 63-year-old actor told AFP.
The trio had not been reunited in front of the camera for more than eight years now with the film “The Three Brothers, the return” (2014) which came to celebrate 13 years of solo career for each. However, this new film project does not yet have a release date.
Other projects planned?
Tuesday, January 11, Didier Bourdon had also hinted that projects were underway. “We want to do something,” he said at the microphone of RTL. “Afterwards, here is the timing. Each of us, of course, has our proposals alone, but I know that it’s now that we have to do it, I think especially on stage. Afterwards it’s a little scary, it’s true that it’s scary but in any case it’s in the air”, he explained while specifying that he had spoken to Pascal Légitimus about it but was awaiting the opinion of Bernard Campan.
Les Inconnus had reached its peak in the 1990s through television shows, but also had experienced the consecration in 1995, with their first film Les Trois Frères, attracting 7 million spectators in theaters and winning the César for best first work. .