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36 heures à tuer for Joey Starr

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- The actor and rapper will star in a detective comedy by Tristan Aurouet, filming in November. An LGM production sold by EuropaCorp

36 heures à tuer for Joey Starr

According to our information, the 12 weeks of filming of the third feature by Tristan Aurouet will begin mid-November: 36 heures à tuer. The director of Narco (2004) and Blind Valley [+see also:
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(2011) will be able to count on Joey Starr (photo – nominated for the César 2012 for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Polisse [+see also:
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, appreciated in Locarno in Une autre vie [+see also:
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by Emmanuel Mouret - to be released on January 22, 2014 – and also in theatres next year for Colt 45 by Fabrice du Welz), Manu Payet (Radiostars [+see also:
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) and Alice Belaïdi.

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Written by Matthieu Le Naour, Alexandre Coquelle, Romain Lévy and Mathieu Oullion, the screenplay is still kept a secret by the production team who so far only released it would be a detective comedy.

Produced by Cyril Colbeau-Justin and Jean-Baptiste Dupont for LGM Cinéma, 36 heures à tuer benefits from coproductions by TF1 Films Production, Orange Studio, EuropaCorp (which will handle the French distribution and international sales) and Belgian company Nexus Factory. Pre-purchased by Canal+, Ciné+, Canal+ Afrique, 13ème Rue and TF1, the film will be shot in Paris, around the capital and in the South of France.

LGM recently produced (with Rectangle) Me Myself and Mum [+see also:
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by Guillaume Gallienne (the hilarious revelation of the Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes – read the review – to be released in France on November 20) and coproduced another title discovered in Cannes: Blood Ties [+see also:
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by Guillaume Canet (review – to be released in France on October 30). Their post-production line-up features the thriller Mea Culpa by Fred Cavayé (read the article – February 14, 2014) and the comedy C'est compliqué by duo Manu Payet - Rodolphe Lauga (with the former also in the cast with Anaïs Demoustier – March 20, 2014).

(Translated from French)

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