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Rachel Weisz, Cate Blanchett Among Cannes Contenders

Rachel Weisz, Cate Blanchett Among Cannes Contenders

By Lacy Langley April 17, 2015

Rachel Weisz has been busy lately. In the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, Rachel Weisz has, not one, but two movies contending for the Cannes’ coveted Palme d’Or top prize. Rachel Weisz will be representing the Italian-directed La Giovinezza. Besides boasting …

Leila Hatami’s Kiss On The Cheek Displeases Iran’s Media

A simple kiss on the cheek has caused controversy in the international film community. Cannes Film Festival Gilles Jacob kissed Iranian actress Leila Hatami as a greeting on Sunday at the Cannes Film Festival. A public kiss, even on the …

Salma Hayek: #BringBackOurGirls at Cannes Film Festival

Salma Hayek launched a demonstration at the Cannes Film Festival this week in support of the kidnapped Nigerian school girls taken at the hands of Boko Haram. She carried at #BringBackOurGirls sign on the festival’s red carpet as she promoted …

Cannes Film Festival Opens With High Fashion

The 67th Cannes International Film Festival opened yesterday with a bang. Grace de Monaco, the controversial Grace Kelly biopic starring Nicole Kidman, created big time buzz. However, the buzz was mostly negative and the film is being called a huge …

Cannes Film Festival: Nicole Kidman Defends Grace of Monaco

Actress Nicole Kidman gently addressed criticism of her new film Grace of Monaco on the opening day of the Cannes Film Festival. “I feel sad because I think that the film has no malice toward the family or particularly towards …

Grace Kelly Biopic “Grace of Monaco” Stirs Controversy With Distribution Company, Royal Family

The upcoming Grace Kelly biopic, Grace of Monaco, has stirred controversy before its release. An internal battle is ragging between the French director and producer, Olivier Dahan and Pierre-Ange Le Pogam, and the distributor, the Weinstein company. According to the …

Sophia Loren Honored at Cannes Film Festival

International film star and Italy’s most renowned actress Sophia Loren has been named the Guest of Honor at the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival, which runs May 14-25 in Cannes, France. Aside from attending a screening of her new film, …

Mariah Carey Drops Big Bucks on Plane Ticket

Mariah Carey reportedly dropped big bucks–more than $70,000–on a one-way flight to France for next month’s Cannes Film Festival. It seems the 44-year-old diva didn’t just buy a first class ticket either. She rented out the entire cabin of the …

Shia LaBeouf Addresses Plagiarism Claims on Twitter Shia LaBeouf Addresses Plagiarism Claims on Twitter

The one thing no writer wants to be accused of is plagiarism, and that is exactly what has landed Shia LaBeouf in hot water this week. LaBeouf’s short film Howard Cantour was released online yesterday, and it wasn’t long before …

Lesbian Love Story Wins Top Honor At Cannes Film Festival

A lesbian love story film titled Blue is the Warmest Color has won the highest honor at the Cannes Film Festival. News.com reports that director Abdellatif Kechiche and the two leading stars – Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux – were …

Julianne Moore: Toes Are Getting Cut Off
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Julianne Moore never realized that she was having a wardrobe malfunction while walking the red carpet at Cannes until she got home and saw the pictures online. Due to a busy night and a long dress, Moore never noticed that …

Gosling Film Booed At Cannes Film Festival
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Ryan Gosling is a well-known Golden God these days, so it comes as a surprise that his film, “Only God Forgives”, was met not only with mixed reviews at Cannes this week, it was actually booed by the audience. Gosling …

Angelina’s Googley Tattoo

We’ve always known that Angelina Jolie was little crazy – a pack of nuts that comes complete with blood-vials, ritual cutting, Frenching your brother. None of us have ever really cared, not to the point we would mercilessly deride her – she’s way too stinkin’ hot.

MSN Video Brags Too Much

MSN Video is apparently on the A-list this year at the Cannes Film Festival. They were quite quick to point out they were the “only media outlet allowed inside the ‘Da Vinci Code’ party,” and that the losers at Yahoo!, E!, and anybody else with an annoying exclamation point in their name was not there.