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Lily-Rose Depp, Marion Cotillard, Pierre Niney... Our exclusive portfolio of the 76th Cannes Film Festival


Highlights: Lily-Rose Depp, Natalie Portman, Vincent Lacoste and Catherine Deneuve posed for us. The stars of The Idol, an American HBO series, were revealed in Cannes. The cast of The Crown, starring Kate Winslet and Josh O'Connor, will also star in Luca Guadagnino's Challengers. Emmanuelle Béart signed a documentary for M6, and will star in The Marvels in November. Leonardo DiCaprio is forbidden to the over 25s.

Sensational actresses, major actors... All of them celebrated cinema at the last edition of the Cannes Film Festival. Icons of style, they lent themselves for us to an exceptional posing session. Freeze frames.

To celebrate the 76th Cannes Film Festival, actors, actresses, directors and directors walked the red carpet of the Palais des Festivals. As a tribute to cinema, they offered us their most beautiful poses, the time of an exclusive photo shoot.

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Starting with Lily-Rose Depp. The daughter of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp, 24, had already seduced in the cinema in The Dancer (2016) or The Faithful Man (2018). She was waiting for her moment. The time has come with The Idol, an American HBO series, two episodes of which were revealed in Cannes. Preceded by a sulphurous reputation, the series directed by Sam Levinson (Euphoria, social phenomenon) did not really cause a scandal during its world premiere, even if the extremely sexual scenes featuring a pop star in turmoil, a kind of Britney Spears made in Hollywood, and a mysterious producer-guru (the singer The Weeknd) have caused a certain uneasiness. Still. Lily-Rose Depp is outstanding in a particularly challenging role. A star is born?

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In video, the sexy dance of Lily-Rose Depp in the new trailer of The Idol

Time to Love

Other regulars of the Croisette also shone in this fortnight. Virginie Efira proudly displayed her resplendent pregnancy in Cannes. She presented L'Amour et les Forêts, by Valérie Donzelli, a story of control, and Rien à perdre, by Delphine Deloget, about a mother who sees one of her children placed in care. We will see her in September in Tout va bien, a series for Disney+, opposite Nicole Garcia, Bernard Le Coq and Sara Giraudeau. Vincent Lacoste also lent himself to the game of the photo shoot: the actor is on the poster of two films that will be released in September, Le Temps d'aimer, by Katell Quillévéré, and Un métier serious, by Thomas Lilti. Natalie Portman presented the Chopard Trophy to two emerging talents and presented May December, by Todd Haynes, in which she tandems with Julianne Moore. Sydney Sweeney, revealed by Euphoria (2019) and The White Lotus (2021), is expected in Reality, a thriller. There is also talk of her playing Barbarella in a remake of Vadim's cult film.

Portfolio Cannes 2023

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Marion Cotillard will soon star in Little Girl Blue, a docu-fiction by Mona Achache. The Oscar-winning actress participated in Lee, a biopic about Lee Miller, starring Kate Winslet and Josh O'Connor. The latter, noticed as Prince Charles in The Crown (a Golden Globe at the key), is also part of the cast of The Chimera, by Alice Rohrwacher. He will also star in Luca Guadagnino's Challengers. Legend of French cinema, Catherine Deneuve was honored on the poster of the 76th Cannes Film Festival. On October 4, she will be seen as Bernadette Chirac in Bernadette, by Léa Domenach. Continuing her artistic reinvention – cinema then theatre – Emmanuelle Béart signed a documentary for M6.

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Flamboyant returns

Jude Law caused a stir in Firebrand, as a huge and disturbing King Henry VIII, terrorizing his last wife, Catherine Parr, played by Alicia Vikander. As a dissident wife of Henry VIII, the Swedish actress returns to the historical film in costume, far from Lara Croft, the sexy heroine of Tomb Raider (2018). Cate Blanchett showed at Cannes The New Boy, a film she stars and produces through her production company Dirty Films. Member of the jury at Cannes, Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson has made a specialty of superhero films. We will find her in November in The Marvels.

Benoît Magimel, meanwhile, confirms that this is his year. A phenomenal actor, he now embodies a classicism of French quality. At Cannes, he was present in three films: Omar la Fraise, La Passion de Dodin Bouffant, with Juliette Binoche, and Rosalie, opposite Nadia Tereszkiewicz. Ten years after her exceptional Palme d'Or for La Vie d'Adèle, the film that revealed her, Adèle Exarchopoulos was again in Cannes to show the highly acclaimed Animal Kingdom, by Thomas Cailley (the director of The Fighters). Pierre Niney played for Michel Gondry in The Book of Solutions. And will slip into the skin of Utrillo in Modi, a biopic on Modigliani, directed by Johnny Depp. The young guard of the cinema was brilliantly represented by the Kircher brothers. After Paul Kircher (The Animal Kingdom, released in October), it is the turn of his brother, Samuel, to enter the dance: he was chosen to be the young lover of his mother-in-law (Léa Drucker) in Last Summer, by Catherine Breillat. Their colleague Benjamin Lavernhe, from the Comédie-Française, much appreciated in Jeanne du Barry, will metamorphose into Abbé Pierre in a film by Frédéric Tellier which comes out in November. Finally, Anaïs Demoustier, president of the jury of the Caméra d'or,
is an overwhelmed actress. She will soon be seen in three films: Le Temps d'aimer, La Bête dans la jungle and Daaaaaali!, her fourth film with Quentin Dupieux.

Source: lefigaro

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