What have we all done to God was finally released in cinemas on April 6, 2022. The production of the film was however complicated due in particular to the coronavirus. But, above all, a drama has upset the teams of the third opus of the comic saga of Philippe de Chauveron. On April 23, 2021, three stagehands died in a car accident after leaving the film set. Their vehicle hit another at a crossroads. Morvan Omnès, Milo Omnès and Hervé Ribatto died following this accident.
This accident obviously deeply shocked the team of What have we done to God 3. Direct consequences of the drama: the filming of the film was interrupted for a week. Christian Keyboard has also revealed to the Parisian that it was painful to get back to work after that: “having fun again after that was extremely difficult”. The filmmaker, Philippe de Chauveron, also recalls that “it is thanks to the technicians that we resumed filming. It was them, while some were very close to Morvan, Milo and Hervé, who said: ‘We must finish the film for them, for us’. When we were shooting, we managed to laugh and, in the evening, people were crying in their hotel room.” The comedy released on April 6 also concludes with a tribute to the three victims.
What have we all done to God is the third part of the comic saga signed Philippe de Chauveron. The Verneuil family is back this Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at the cinema to celebrate the 40 years of marriage of Claude (Christian Clavier) and Marie (Chantal Lauby). But among the guests are the families of their four sons-in-law. What have we done to God 3 brings together the cast of the first two films again, with the returns of Medi Sadoun, Frédéric Chau, Noom Diawara, Frédérique Bel, Elodie Fontan and Ary Abittan.
Synopsis – Claude and Marie Verneuil are soon celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. The four girls decide to organize a surprise party in the presence of the families of their sons-in-law, Rachid, David, Chao and Charles.
What have we all done to God, third opus in the comic saga of Philipe de Chauveron, was released in cinemas on April 6, 2022. For the time being, no streaming release date is known. As a reminder, the second episode of the franchise was released in 2019, 5 years after the release of the first film which was a hit at the box office.
- Christian Clavier: Claude Verneuil
- Chantal Lauby as Marie Verneuil
- Ary Abittan : David Benichou
- Medi Sadoun: Rachid Benassem
- Frederic Chau: Chao Ling
- Noom DiawaraCharles Koffi
- Frederique Bel: Isabelle
- Emilie Caen: Segolene
- Elodie FontanLaure
- Alice David as Odile
- Pascal NZonzi: André Koffi
- Salimata Kamate: Madeleine Koffi
- Tatiana RojoViviane Koffi
- Daniel RussoIsaac Benichou
- Nanou Garcia: Sarah Benichou
- Abbes Zahmani: Mohamed Benassem
- Farida Ouchani as Moktaria Benassem
- Bing Yin: Dong Ling
- Li Heling: Xhu Ling
- Jochen Hägele: Helmut
One of the interpreters of the Verneuil girls is missing from this episode 3. Julia Piaton, who played Odile in the first two films, is absent from What have we all done to God. The actress had to withdraw due to a conflicting schedule: “Because of the Covid, the filming schedules were turned upside down. Julia was suddenly unavailable, we gained an extra sister “, specified Frédérique Bel and Noum Diawara in La Boîte à questions de Canal+ on March 31. She is replaced by actress Alice David, previously seen in Babysitting and lies.
We are starting to get used to seeing films released directly on streaming platforms without going through the cinema box. So much so that Netflix subscribers could hope to discover What have we done to God 3 directly on the online viewing site. However, the feature film in the saga carried by Christian Clavier and Chantal Lauby will only be released in cinemas this Wednesday, April 6, 2022. We will have to wait several more months or even years before discovering it in streaming.
On April 23, 2021, the film crew What have we all done to God was in mourning. Three stagehands, Morvan Omnès, Milo Omnès and Hervé Ribatto, were victims of a road accident after leaving the film set by car.