A new career in perspective for Anne-Claire Coudray? Since 2015, the journalist has delivered the news bulletin every weekend to millions of French people on TF1. At the same time, she officiates at the presentation of the magazines Reportages and Grands Reportages and mobilizes for major events such as the parade on July 14 with Gilles Bouleau and the annual Restos du Coeur campaign.
A key figure in the PAF, the one who began her career in 2000 on the first channel in Europe still has good days ahead of her. This does not prevent him from thinking about his future either. “In twenty years, I will no longer be here. For a fairly simple reason already, because I will be old enough to retire, 65 years old”, affirmed the ex-joker of Claire Chazal on RTL last December . “Then because it takes so much energy that maybe, at some point, when I feel that I have less punch to do it, I would probably prefer to stop”, according to comments quoted by Here.
While waiting to retire, Anne-Claire Coudray does not lack ambition. And for good reason, the companion of the entrepreneur Nicolas Vix is about to embark on the cinema… Or rather in dubbing. On Wednesday August 9, 2023, the forties will be showing the new animated film Ninja Turtles: Teenage Years, inspired by the famous comics of the 1980s.
In this new adaptation directed by Jeff Rowe and Kyler Spears, we will follow the new adventures of the four famous ninja turtles. “After years away from the human world, Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael try to win the hearts of New Yorkers through heroic deeds, to be accepted as normal teenagers,” reads the synopsis of the movie.
Helped by their new friend April O’Neil to fight “a mysterious crime syndicate”, our heroes “find themselves overtaken by events when an army of mutants unfolds against them”. A mission that will not be easy for these brothers supported by their adoptive father and martial arts master Splinter.
On the distribution side, the French host plays a role that she knows perfectly well. “The news has no secrets for her! Anne-Claire Coudray is the journalist”, announces Paramount Pictures France on its Twitter page. The one who also played her own role in the TV movie I Love You Coiffure (on TF1 in 2020) finds actors like Gérard Darmon, Audrey Lamy, Alison Wheeler or even the imitator Marc-Antoine Lebret and the rapper Fianso in the cast.