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Kristen Stewart has been all over the place lately, what with her saucy comradery with "Snow White and the Hunstman" costar Charlize Theron and now rocking the Croisette for "On the Road." Not that we're complaining!
Stewart was enthusiastic about her role as Marylou in Jack Kerouac's wild and wooly Beat classic while speaking to Cannes journalists. There was also a bit of buzz about several scenes where she is "topless and close to fully naked in several scenes," according to The Wrap. Get More »
The prestigious Cannes Film Festival announced its 65th anniversary lineup today — and everything's coming up "Twilight." Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart each have a new film competing for the coveted Palme d'Or award.
Bella vs. Edward? Oh, it's totally on, France.
Founded in 1946, the Festival de Cannes, which is held in Cannes, France, has long been considered the most important international film festival in the world.
But rarely has it showcased so many mainstream Hollywood stars, with Pattinson (who headlines David Cronenberg's adaptation of the Don DeLillo novel "Cosmopolis") and Stewart (who co-stars in the adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic beat novel "On the Road") being just the tip of the iceberg. Get More »
Cannes — just the name conjures up images of starlets, parties and, of course, that famed Palme d'Or.
After a close race, Robert De Niro's jury — which included Uma Thurman, Jude Law and Olivier Assayas, among others — awarded Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" the coveted top prize.
Though the notoriously press-shy Malick was not there to receive the Palme d'Or in person (because he was chilling at his house back in Austin), producer Bill Pohlad said, "He's very excited. He's thrilled." Get More »
Straight out of Cannes: Jack Black will make the recession fun again with "Bailout."
How many times have we heard the term, "in this economy" over the past three years? Ever willing to reflect our common woes, Hollywood has unleashed several attempts to explore the conditions, and causes for, "our current economic crisis."
The films that specifically sought to address the recession and its resulting effects have met with mixed critical and box-office results. It was announced today at Cannes that Michael Winterbottom will helm the film that has the magic ingredient missing from the last several "the economy is a bummer" endeavors – Jack Black. Get More »