The appearance of a Netflix spot with Los Simuladores as protagonists generated a stir on social networks. The platform shared a video with a scene starring Federico D’Elía, in the role of Mario Santos, with the aim of promoting the new season of the series “Lupin”.
“This tweet I have saved since 2003, @ fededelia1”, published from the Netflix account, along with the video where the Argentine actor appears.
Although the cut generated the illusion of the fans, at the end of the video it is revealed that it is about the publicity of the second season of the French series that stars Omar Sy, that from this Friday is available in the Netflix programming.
In the video, Mario Santos appears preparing a new operation in the style of “Los Simuladores” on the characters of the foreign series. In one part he even maintains a dialogue with his teammate, Pablo Lamponne, played by actor Alejandro Fiore.
After relating the premise of the series and entrusting the corresponding tasks to his colleagues, the character of D’Elía He looks at the camera and throws the famous phrase he used to pronounce at the end of each successful mission: “Sorry, do you have fire?“.
The launch of the spot generated all kinds of memes and comments on the networks, where users regretted that it was not the announcement of the film of the Argentine series.
“I have to leave those fantasies with the simulators movie”, “see if we care about Lupine “, “You just got excited about Argentina thinking that the simulators are coming back”, “Do you want to kill us with a heart attack?”, were some of the sentences that could be read.