Given the success of the first film, Netflix has just formalized the start of a “Lost Ball” trilogy. While the second opus has just wrapped its shooting, a third film will also be produced by the platform.
Lost bullet: nice French success on Netflix
On June 26, 2020, Netflix was coming out Lost bullet by Guillaume Pierret. A supercharged action-thriller has worn by Alban Lenoir, Nicolas Duvauchelle, and even Ramzy Bedia in a role against employment. The story follows Lino, a mechanical genius renowned for building ram cars. One day, he gets arrested for a robbery that goes wrong. He is offered a deal by a head of a shock police unit to save him from prison. Things go well, but Lino gets framed and is framed for murder. He must then do everything to find the only proof of his innocence: a stray bullet, stuck in a missing car.
Lost bullet found some success on Netflix. Guillaume Pierret proposed treatment of the action quite muscular and rather rare in the landscape of French cinema. A real desire to do well emerges from this production which offers life-size waterfalls.
Netflix’s first French trilogy
Given the success of the first film, Netflix quickly gave the green light for the production of a sequel. Guillaume Pierret resumed his director’s hat for Lost ball 2, whose filming has just ended. The second part sees the returns of the actors Alban Lenoir, Stéfi Celma, and Pascale Arbillot. Filming took place over six weeks. Guillaume Pierret has reused the same know-how to offer work without a green background with new realistic stunts. This second episode will be a direct sequel to the first film and will be released at the end of 2022 on Netflix. The film even already has an official synopsis:
After the death of Charras, Lino (Lenoir) and Julia (Celma) took over and form the new shock team of the Stups brigade. Determined to find the murderers of his brother and his mentor, Lino continues his hunt and will not let anyone get in his way.
We have also just learned that Netflix also plans to produce Lost ball 3. The platform made an official statement in which it specified that it wanted to finance “at least a trilogy”. This implies that other sequels could eventually see the light of day. “We are making Netflix’s first French franchise” recalls the platform. Indeed, Lost bullet will be the very first French film saga to be released on Netflix.