Gosling! Swinton! Timberlake!
Standing ovations happen every year at the Cannes Film Festival, but rarely are they as long and as loud as this one.
Legs for days on that one!
And more movies you've been looking forward to.
Starring Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, and Tilda Swinton.
Starring Faye Dunaway.
Says De Niro of the position: It's "a rare opportunity."
This year's Cannes Film Festival was relatively small-scale and restrained.
See the stars on the red carpet (and Giorgio Armani's yacht) in today's slideshow.
The actor gives an extraordinary performance in 'Biutiful.'
How the louche movie scene parties.
More photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
More red-carpet photos from Cannes.
We've seen the movie, and it's a doozy.
David Edelstein and Logan Hill weigh in.
Also: She recalls her first time at Cannes, when she “wore steel-toe-capped Dr. Martens on the red carpet.”
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Even though Robin Hood's no-taxation stance is similar to that of a certain emerging political party, Crowe would like you to know that his Hood is no tea-bagger.
According to Deadline's Nikki Finke and Mike Fleming, the Weinstein brothers' Ron Burkle–backed deal to retake the Miramax name and library back from Disney is complete.
See the lineup!
Ridley Scott's Russel Crowe–starring 'Robin Hood' will have the prestigious-ish honor of serving as opening-night curtain raiser.
We called up the couple to find out what Argento would divulge about her Cannes jury experience.
Maybe next time!
The main picks — and the contenders.
"He should perhaps go back to making cheerfully inventive outrageous films like 'Kill Bill.' Because Kill Adolf hasn't worked out."