After this writer got jumped at Cannes, he provided reassurance and advice. "Go down swinging, I say. You're going to have to earn that purse."
As well as a bunch of other superlatives honoring Ryan Gosling, Robert Redford, and more.
Including the Tara Reid vehicle Sharknado.
Bruce Dern and Berenice Bejo take home acting honors.
"You know, great art — horrible thing to say — but art is meant to divide."
Plus: Jimmy Kimmel played the National School Scrabble champions, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
And not just for that reason, Blue Is the Warmest Color seems to be a front-runner for the Palme d'Or.
If this film was in competition at Cannes, it might be the one to beat.
This continues to be a strange festival.
The film stars Bruce Dern and Will Forte.
Her coping strategy includes remembering the good times with Roger Ebert.
Gosling's Drive reteam with Nicolas Winding Refn gets off on the wrong foot.
He directs and stars in the William Faulkner adaptation, which debuted in France Monday.
Matt Damon suggested his moon moment to the director after a tanning session gone wrong. “And Steven just looked at me for a long time, and he goes, 'Oh, I know where to put the camera.’"
In response to a "why have you abandoned music?" query: "I put out a record that has a second part. That comes out this fall! Where have you been?"
"And it’s just like, uggggghh, I wanted to see Sofia Coppola's film."
For their film about a sixties folksinger, the Coen brothers reteamed with T-Bone Burnett, who is already thinking about some O Brother–like concerts.
She plays "Robin Wright," an actress whose career grinds to a halt because she never sold out, in the half-animated The Congress. There is cartoon sex with Jon Hamm.
His first onstage performance was with his Elvis impersonator uncle when he was three.
People at the entrance to the venue simply waved umbrellas and claimed being important, as usual.
And this delightful moment happens in the new Coen brothers movie.
Everyone is fine.
At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
The annual Women in Film party's red carpet was practically typhoon territory.
Sofia Coppola reveals the title-page tweet that originally preceded the script.