On the occasion of the broadcast of the cult film Camping 2 on Sunday June 19, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1, Télé Star reveals to you why Gérard Lanvin has been replaced by Richard Anconina in this sequel.
Released in cinemas in 2010, the cult movie Campsite 2directed by Fabien Ontenientewill be broadcast Sunday, June 19, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1. Like last week, during the first round of the legislative elections, the first channel has chosen not to offer its viewers an entire election evening for the second round of legislative elections. Whether TF1 had adopted the same programming strategy withVisitors during the first round of the presidential election on Sunday April 10, 2022, however, this was not the case on Sunday April 24, 2022, given that the first channel did not broadcast a film in prime time during the second round of the presidential election.
Worn by Frank DuboscRichard Anconina, Mathilde Seigner, Antoine Duléry, Claude Brasseur and Mylène Demongeot, Campsite 2 is the sequel to the cult film Camping, released in theaters 4 years earlier. If the vast majority of the cast of the first film answered present to play in this 2nd opus, however, this was not the case Gerard Lanvin. The actor was yet to resume the role he held in Camping at the beginning. But, due to several disagreements with the production and some actorshe ultimately did not take part in the project of Campsite 2. It was therefore Richard Anconina who took over the place left vacant by Gérard Lanvin in this sequel. However, the star of the franchise The truth if I lie did not take over the role played by Gérard Lanvin in the first part, given that he embodies a different character.
Camping 2: Fabien Onteniente had originally had another idea for a film
For the record, the director Fabien Onteniente had another idea for a film before embarking on the production of Campsite 2. “Initially, I wanted to make a film with Franck Dubosc about travel ‘all-inclusive’. MBut after spending a week in Cancun, seeing the white sand beaches, I told myself that I was not going to put Franck Dubosc back in a bathing suit. That’s when we decided to write Campsite 2. I first asked myself how I see society today, what are my problems and those of people, and we wrote according to this evolution“, explained the filmmaker. This famous aborted project will finally see the light of day in cinemas in 2019, under the title All Inclusive, always with Franck Dubosc at the top of the bill.
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