Monday, March 28, 2011

Cannes 2011: Brad Pitt, Carla Bruni and other stars expected

May 11 will start the 64th Cannes Film Festival, and the whole planet will have their eyes turned to France for the finest talent parade of the movies, the most beautiful parade of stars ... For now, only a few big names have been confirmed around the ceremonial official, pending the revelation of selection for the competition.

This must be revealed April 14. In the meantime, here is a debriefing of the forces involved and what is rumored in the wings. In confirmed, the star of Taxi Driver, the American myth of Robert De Niro will chair the jury of the official competition, taking over from Tim Burton. The star of frenchie Ingourious Basterds, Melanie Laurent, will have the honor of being the mistress of ceremonies for opening and closing! Also confirmed the opening of the festival on the new Woody Allen film, Cannes regular presentations with Midnight in Paris.

Here's another, what is good because it means a consistently glamorous red carpet. Small reminder of the cast and therefore we should see the stars walk the stairs of the Palace: Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Adrien Brody and Carla Bruni. Of the glamor, you say ... It would certainly more than the first lady of France to be accompanied by her hubby for the flashes of paparazzi explode with delight! While we deplore the absence confirmed by Pedro Almodovar and Wong Kar Wai, critics are almost certain that the Tree of Life by Terrence Malick, expected last year already, will be presented in official competition.

If this is the case, no less than Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, who will climb the steps of Cannes arm in arm ... The flakes are already shining in our eyes ... All these beautiful speculation should be settled soon as the selection will be made public on 14 April. Meanwhile, moviegoers will be pleased to learn that Emir Kusturica, Serbian filmmaker superbly crazy Arizona Dream, Black Cat White Cat or Dad was away on business, will head the selection Un Certain Regard.

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