The song for the French credits of the movie “Dungeons & Dragons: the honor of thieves” is sung by Mylène Farmer

Mylène Farmer and cinema continue to be in love. Unexpectedly. We’ve always known she’s been passionate by the 7th Art in general and horror and fantasy films in particular, but we didn’t expect to discover her in the credits of an American adventure picture like “Dungeons & Dragons: the honor of thieves.

Since she interprets the song for the French version of the feature film, which will be presented on a huge screen on April 12, the singer and actress makes her debut appearance there. Not only will it be shown in French cinemas, but also in more than fifteen other French-speaking nations around Europe, North America, and Africa.

These two characters—the thieving bard and the barbarian—are the major characters of this eagerly anticipated movie, and they are played by Chris Pine (Star Trek, Wonder Woman) and Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar, Fast and Furious). A trailer for the film even revealed the appearance of Mylène Farmer. The movie’s producer, Paramount, will debut it online this coming Sunday at 6:30 p.m. The first responds, “He’s a real icon. The second continues, “And we are thrilled to have her join the family. a the…………………………………………………

She composed the song and produced a music video.

Mylène Farmer’s song will be released in the next two days, possibly before the actors appear in “Quotidien” on Tuesday evening. She composed the words and recorded a clip to go along with the release of the feature film, but it is still unknown if it is an already-existing title that was adapted or an unheard song. Since the song “Devant Soi” from the movie “Jacquou le croquant,” which was shot in 2007 by her friend and the time’s composer, Laurent Boutonnat, the juror of the Cannes Film Festival 2021 has not done this. The renowned Australian psychedelic electro-pop band Tame Impala created the soundtrack for the English version.

On April 12, “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves” debuts in theaters. ParamountThe “Stranger Things” characters have modernized the “Dungeons & Dragons” board game, which was hugely popular in the 1980s. Screenwriters and filmmakers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, an American team that previously worked on “Game Night” and “Vive les vacances,” have adapted it once more for the big screen and for the first time. It has been likened to a cross between “Lord of the Rings” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” in terms of its mixture of science fiction, humor, and adventures.

The news that Mylène Farmer will be in the credits will excite the fans of the movie and the artist three days before their arrival at the Grand Rex. Nevertheless, we don’t know if the most understated French-language music sensation will join them on the red carpet.

Author: JJ Beat

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