Jean-Pascal Zadi parodies “Anatomy of a Fall” in the 2024 César Awards trailer.
CÉSAR 2024 – Canal+ unveiled the trailer for the annual high mass of French cinema, the César 2024 ceremony, this Monday February 12. And for the occasion, it is Jean-Pascal Zadi and Paul Mirabel, who are both part of the cohort of actresses and comedians in charge of hosting the evening, who are commissioned by Valérie Lemercier… Except that they seem to be struggling to announce the event, which will be held on Friday February 23 at the Olympia, in Paris.
Assailed by the other presenters of the evening who asked them for the script of the trailer, Jean-Pascal Zadi and Paul Mirabel improvised, as you can see below. It was then that the director of Simply black sees a poster ofAnatomy of a fall and launches: “We have an idea. » And that the two acolytes find themselves parodying the films nominated for the César.
The first sketch is thus a cover of the film by Justine Triet. Accompanied by Ariane Ascaride and Nadia Tereszkiewicz, the comedians put on trial a “ dog of the breakage », in the most literal sense of the term, until a certain Yannick was interrupted. Another skit inspired by the film The three Musketeers transforms Paul Mirabel and Dali Benssalah into musketeers who must remove their equipment to successfully pass through a security gate.
The great return of Valérie Lemercier
Every year, the César trailer is awaited because it highlights those who will take part in the celebration of French cinema in addition to giving it a tone. In last year’s advertising spot, Jamel Debbouze was, for example, pursued by several French cinema actors who asked him to present the ceremony with him.
Valérie Lemercier will chair the 49th César Ceremony. She has already been mistress of ceremonies of the event three times (2006, 2007, 2010) and has won three Césars as well as three Molières. She succeeds Tahar Rahim.
The Académie des César has also reiterated its choice of 2023 by entrusting the presentation of the evening to several masters and mistresses of ceremonies. This year, Ariane Ascaride, Bérénice Bejo, Dali Benssalah, Juliette Binoche, Dany Boon, Bastien Bouillon, Audrey Diwan, Ana Girardot, Diane Kruger, Benoît Magimel, Paul Mirabel, Nadia Tereszkiewicz and Jean-Pascal Zadi will officiate. With obviously a good dose of humor.
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