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‘Emily in Paris’: Lily Collins, Darren Star Dish in the big cliffhangers of the second season (exclusive)

'Emily in Paris': Lily Collins, Darren Star Dish in the big cliffhangers of the second season (exclusive)

Spoiler alert! Don’t proceed if you haven’t seen season 2 of Emilia in Paris.

Emily in Paris ended with a rather dramatic cliffhanger to bow down season 2. Netflix’s Parisian dramedy ended on a tense note when Emily (Lily Collins) – after realizing she’s really in love with Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) – discovers, in the worst way, how he actually reunited with Camille (Camille Razat) is and that’s not all. you are collect together.

“I remember reading this, ‘Wait, come on!'” Collins told Leanne Aguilera of ET of the heartbreaking twist. “She finally has the courage to say something, then of course Camille is behind the door. I love the fact that Camille had her little AirPods on, so it spoils it because she hears them and she turns around so innocently. She’s like , ‘Oh, I didn’t see you there’ but actually it’s the perfect portrayal of Camille’s character this season because there are so many unspoken moments when Camille, as Camille, is so brilliant at walking the fine line whether it is her or not? she? she? she? she? was devastated for her. I thought oh my god Naturally. “

Bravo revealed that he was surprised by the ending, and said that the scripts are often written and tweaked as production progresses “because they want the characters to evolve”.

“They want to see how we evolve for ideas and inspiration, so we really got the last episode at the last moment. I am always surprised by the last episode, ”the French actor admitted. “It’s been a whole season of trying … actually he knows what he wants. He knows he wants to be with Emily and it’s a whole season of denial so I wasn’t surprised he was on At the end of it, the only person falls for it [Camille] that actually wants him and loves him. But yeah, it’s a little frustrating. It’s bad timing and that’s what life is about. “

For showrunner and executive producer Darren Star, it was a fascinating suggestion from a narrative point of view to show Emily another obstacle in the love department.

“There’s this interesting dynamic between Emily, Cami and Gabriel and I feel like Emily crossed some kind of line with Cami at the end of season 1 and I think she spends a lot of time making up for that and doing that again to do well. ” and do the right thing, “Star said.” And in a way, Cami plays Emily cleverly in Season 2 and Emily wasn’t expecting it. At the end of season two, she decides that enough time has passed, she wants to express her real feelings and, in a way, she has because of the deal she makes with Cami. She somehow lets Gabriel go.

“Gabriel is probably rightly confused, but he really has feelings for two women and they come up to him in all sorts of contradicting ways and send him a lot of mixed messages,” he said when asked if the audience had any kind of feeling should have way towards Gabriel at the end of the season. “I have the feeling that in every moment he is just trying to read the room and follow his heart. And I really think Gabriel has feelings for Emily and Cami, and they’re both real. ” [feelings]. “

And of course that’s not that only Cliffhanger Emily in Paris left us: Will Emily stay in Paris or will she go to some tempting new opportunity?

“As writers, I feel like we’re writing ourselves to the brink of the cliff and playing it up a bit and there are a number of different ways things can go,” teased Star. “I always have the feeling that we take these ideas of how things can develop and then try to surprise ourselves. I think Emily has a lot of interesting decisions ahead of her. “

Collins, meanwhile, has no idea what the future holds for Emily’s professional career when a possible third season comes to fruition.

“I really don’t know and we keep asking ourselves, ‘So when will I find out? Are we going to find out? Can we go to season 3? What happens?'” She admitted before she could hypothesize being. “We really want to know. Let’s face it, I think Emily would love a trip to London. I think that would be really fun, but honestly it’s a really quick Eurostar trip. Who says she doesn’t both We will, I have to see. She also feels very honored and surprised that Sylvie wants her to come into the new business with her, so I don’t know! “

Newcomer Lucien Laviscount, who played Emily’s new darling Alfie and Gabriel ran for his money, joked: “Yes, she’s moving to Guadalajara … Gabriel, Emily and Alfie in Guadalajara together sounds great!” Bravo quipped: “But that stays between us.” The actor then gave a serious answer, repeating Collins’ feelings. “We don’t know. Darren is pretty private. I don’t think he knows himself. He likes to tangle everything up before he goes on vacation, to be sure he will when he comes back for the next season , has a huge amount. ” Headache to deal with. “

“I have the feeling that Gabriel was very nice and polite and accepted a lot and didn’t follow his decisions,” said Bravo about his personal wishes for his character. “It’s like letting things float and not really caring about who it hurts. I think he knows a bit, but he doesn’t really stand for this decision in a bit darker corners of his soul, his heart, his mind. He’s always so clean and polite, I just want to mess him up a bit. “

As for Star, he has his own burgeoning ideas of what he would like to see in a third season.

“I really love how Emily is becoming more integrated into French culture and I love to see this evolution and transformation of someone who made Paris their home and how it is changing that. What we really haven’t seen – besides Madeline, we understand a little bit – is Emily about people she left behind and how an extended period of time in the expat changes her relationship with her home, “he said, playing along the thought of “possibly” playing with Emily’s parents for another season.

“I feel like Paris has turned all of her assumptions about who she is and what her life is about this time around, giving her so many options,” added Star. “I think she is at a point where she can take a big risk.”

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