Valérie Lemercier and Kad Merad give way to Jean-Paul Rouve and Audrey Lamy.
After Laurent Tirard’s first two films (in 2010 and 2014), The little Nicolas made a comeback. With a brand new toddler (Ilan Debrabant) to play the character created by René Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempé. But also new parents! Jean-Paul Rouve and Audrey Lamy take over the roles of father and mother held by Valérie Lemercier and Kad Merad at the time. And when it comes to directing, it’s now Julien Rappeneau (Rosalie Blum) that sticks to it. Pushed back by the pandemic, Little Nicolas’s Treasure unveils its trailer today:
The official summary: In the peaceful world of Petit Nicolas, there is Papa (Jean-Paul Rouve), Mom (Audrey Lamy), school, but above all, his group of friends. They are called Les Invincibles, but above all they are inseparable. At least they think so. Because when Dad receives a promotion and announces that the family must move to the south of France, Nicolas’s little world collapses. How can you imagine life without your best friends? Without Alceste’s croissants, Agnan’s glasses, Clotaire’s nonsense, far from their dear wasteland? Helped by his friends, Nicolas sets out in search of a mysterious treasure that could allow him to prevent this terrible move.
Little Nicolas’s Treasure, by Julien Rappeneau, with Jean-Paul Rouve and Audrey Lamy, will be released in theaters on October 6, 2021.