From Angelina Jolie in radiant, life-giving green to Kate Hudson taking the concept of belly dancing to distracting new levels.
Watts plays opposite DiCaprio.
Natalie Portman, Blake Lively, and the other usual suspects are meeting for the film's two female roles.
"Strong women in movies can be immediately dismissed as b****es. It’s sexist."
Plus, Naomi Watts sits quietly while Jon Stewart mocks co-star Sean Penn, on our regular late-night roundup.
Blake Lively, Sylvester Stalone, Die Antwoord, and more in this month's slideshow.
The great director's craftsmanship is as strong as ever, but his despair has become reflexive.
Based on the Valerie Plame affair, the movie underwhelms this viewer.
See the stars on the red carpet (and Giorgio Armani's yacht) in today's slideshow.
More photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
Plus: Sam Worthington to star in 'Quatermain.'
Plus: You don't want to see all of Samuel L. Jackson on a big screen.
Plus: Josh Lucas to star in Australian dog movie.
Plus: Lehane to finally write for big screen.
Plus: George Clooney! Augusten Burroughs! Blue-collar comedy!
Plus: Yep, 'Melrose Place' is back.
You can thank us later!
Plus: Finally, Keyshawn Johnson will get his own reality show about interior design.
Plus: Are you ready for 'The Hole'?
And Gwyneth, Keira ,and Naomi are set to play Lear's daughters.
Also: Nas responds to Def Jam in a totally reasonable manner!
Plus industry news about Naomi Watts, Septimus Heap, and Aaron Sorkin.
Tagline: "From David Cronenberg … Director of A History of Violence" Translation: Check out Viggo Mortensen's halfway believable Russian accent!