Emily in Paris: Lily Collins says show will show female camaraderie

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Lily Collins, 32, star of “Emily in Paris,” told the English edition of Elle magazine that the upcoming episodes of the second season of the Netflix series, which premieres in December, will respond to the controversy over the clichéd description of Paris and its people. For filming, she spent four months this summer living in the city and faced curfews related to Covid.

“For me as Emily, but also as a producer [da série], after the 1st season, listening to people’s thoughts, concerns, questions, likes, dislikes, just feelings about it, there were certain things that spoke to the time that we’re living and what is right, moral and correct and should be done,” he said.

For the shoot, she spent four months this summer living in the city, starting while she still faced Covid-related curfews. The actress did not reveal that, thanks to filming during the pandemic, she stayed in her own apartment and was able to live like a local living with neighbors and befriending other local dog owners. This time she took her dog Redford to Paris.

“I definitely got to know better this time because I wasn’t using a lot of public transport because of filming regulations. So I was walking a lot more.”

Collins praised her husband, film director Charlie McDoweel, whom she married in early September. According to the actress, he’s great with directions and explorations and has marked places [para visitar] all over Paris. “And, you know, our crew is all French. And so do most of our cast except Ashley [Park, que interpreta Mindy] and I. So you experience the other side of Paris with them.”

The actress didn’t reveal many details regarding the series’ new season. She just added that there will be new cast members. more screen time for supporting characters and a focus on “female camaraderie”.

But a recent season two teaser sheds some light on the plot. In the clip, Emily and her friends are seen escaping Paris for a trip to the French coast. “No, I’ll post later,” says Emily, holding up her phone. “I’m on vacation.”

“Emily in Paris” follows the title character as she works at a French marketing agency called Savoir and spends her days posting Instagram-worthy photos of herself wearing designer looks and eating a chocolate croissant.

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