From Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly to Bourvil and Louis de Funès, via Simon Pegg and Nick Frost or Wayne and Garth, David Marsais and Grégoire Ludig evoke their favorite duets (and two trios) on the occasion of the release of “Mandibles”.
Since May 19, they are together with the poster of Mandibules: David Marsais and Grégoire Ludig, the two halves of Palmashow. While their new film directed by Jonathan Barré, Les Vedettes, is being edited, the actors evoke their favorite duets at our microphone.
With two trios in the lot: the Dummies and the Unknowns, whose influence on their humor is obvious. From Bourvil and Louis de Funès to Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, including Vincent Lacoste and Anthony Sonigo in Les Beaux gosses or Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in Shaun of the Dead, they tell us about the duets that inspire them, make them laugh or move them. With very little information on their next film.
Interview by Maximilien Pierrette in Paris on December 7, 2020 – Frame: Ando Raminoson – Editing: Arthur Tourneret
“Mandibles” is on view since May 19 in theaters: