Lupin became one of Netflix’s most viewed shows, garnering more than 70 million views in the first quarter of 2021. For his role as Assane Diop and his alter ego Lupin, Omar Sy quickly gained international recognition and appeal, while in his home country he is regarded as a household name of French cinema and often referred to as one of the country’s most-liked personalities.After a season-ending cliffhanger, Lupin is back for part two 2 and a bit of a twist, Sy tells ESSENCE. “In the first part Arsène, my character, was playing with people.
He was the master of the game and the game is different now. Maybe it’s not even a game anymore,” he adds. “It’s going to be more tense for him and the rules are going to change a little bit.”The.Read more on essence.com