Lily Collins on How “Emily in Paris” Differs From “Sex and the City”
The 20- something-year old social networks online marketer we like to dislike and hate to love isn’t going anywhere.
On Wednesday, Nov. 11, Netflix validated that Lily Collins will step back into her designer shoes to play Emily Cooper for season two of Emily in Paris. To share the news, the streaming service doctored up an imaginary letter from Savoir, the high-end company Emily works for, in which her employer, Sylvie Grateau ( Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) notifies the U.S. office that they’ll require Emily’s support no matter how annoying they find her.
” Despite her overconfident manner and absence of prior experience in high-end goods marketing, she has actually nevertheless handled to charm some of our hard-to-impress clients throughout her short time at Savoir,” the letter checks out. “Call it bonne possibility, or American resourcefulness– I’m leaning towards the previous– her outcomes are excellent.”
Following the statement, Netflix likewise took to Twitter to jokingly (however seriously) validate the right pronunciation of the show.
The news of Emily in Paris‘ renewal does not come as that much of a surprise.
” I do not know about season two yet, however I believe Emily has some surprising hard choices,” he said.
” In season 2, she’s going to be more of a part of the fabric of the world she’s living in.
Naturally, we do not yet know when, exactly, the show will return and how the cast and team will begin production amid the coronavirus pandemic. After all, shooting in the City of Lights was quintessential to capturing the American in Paris– themed energy the show provided.
For now, allow us to start a rewatch of Emily in Paris for a 4th (fifth?) time.
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