Omar Si, the star of “Lupin” from Netflix, has officially joined the creative team of HBO Max after signing a deal with streaming. as reported by varietyThe French actor, who is also a producer, will collaborate with the development of the series for the stage.
“I am delighted to partner with HBO Max, who shares my dreams of developing globally compelling content for audiences around the world, including in Africa, France and the United States,” said Si.
The actor became known after starring in “The Untouchables” (2011), a great theatrical success by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano. For the film, C received Cesar for Best Actor in 2012, becoming the first black person to win the award. However, he gained more notoriety when he debuted in Netflix’s acclaimed series “Lupin,” which currently has two seasons. A third is under development.
Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Content at HBO Max, said: “Omar Si is one of the great talents of our time and it was exciting to see his global star rise after enjoying such a celebrated acting career in his native France. ” “We are honored to partner with Omar and what we will achieve together in the years to come amidst the growing global expansion of HBO Max.”
In addition to the above productions, Sy can also be seen in “Family of Two”, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”, and “Jurassic World: Dinosaur World”. With its premiere in Brazil on 10 June, the actor also participates in “Jurassic World: Dominion”, the third in the most current trilogy and the last film in the entire franchise.
“Omar’s career so far has been defined by his tenacity, integrity and consistently high standards. He takes his craft very seriously and represents the best of France on the world stage. We are delighted to begin this new adventure with him at HBO Max,” said Vera Peltechian, Vice President and Commissioning Editor of HBO Max.
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