The 17-year-old actress is incredibly frank about celebrity as she moves from the New York stage to a French film to what may turn out to be the next giant young-adult franchise.
Visiting the Cannes Film Festival is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but can also be totally overwhelming.
The festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or, went to the Turkish drama Winter Sleep, but there were plenty of other excellent movies to be seen this year.
The famous French festival is known as home to serious cinema and even more serious star power, but there’s more to it than red carpets and pink wine.
As the personal assistant to a star in the Cannes film Clouds of Sils Maria, the actress formerly known as Bella Swan plays off her own image.
The filmmaker said he has 90 minutes of unseen footage from the Oscar-winning movie and he revealed that The Hateful Eight isn’t dead yet.
There is a vampire musical staring a Backstreet Boy and a male Bridesmaids counterpart with Dustin Diamond and Metta World Peace. Seriously.
Canada’s Xavier Dolan has already made five movies — and he’s only halfway through his twenties.
The impressive and relevant Two Days, One Night wowed at the Cannes Film Festival with a suspenseful tale of a woman (Marion Cotillard) battling to keep her job.
Ryan Gosling’s first film as a writer-director, Lost River, just had its premiere at Cannes. The semi-experimental drama is a far cry from The Notebook.
Foxcatcher is already earning Oscar talk out of Cannes, which is no surprise considering Tatum’s and Carell’s expectation-defying performances.
The American indie It Follows turns a straightforward concept into something incredibly creepy. Here’s why it and Argentine black comedy Wild Tales have been the Cannes Film Festival’s best surprises so far.
The Green Lantern star gets serious in Cannes kidnap drama The Captive, but it’s James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby that’s the better portrait of loss.
The fictionalized biopic about Grace Kelly got an icy reception when it opened the festival this week. But there’s a less buzzed-about biopic, which debuted the day after, that deserves far more acclaim.
Marion Cotillard, Robert Pattinson, Ryan Reynolds, Kristen Stewart, and Channing Tatum are all set to show their stuff at the world’s most important film festival. Plus, Ryan Gosling’s making his trippy-looking directorial debut.
Robert Pattinson and his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart both have movies at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, while Ryan Gosling will premiere his directorial debut. Here’s more on the star-filled lineup.
These fireworks are tryna front, but we all know who comes out on top.
The actress discussed the fashion mishap with Jimmy Fallon last night on Late Night.
Was this photo op PDA cute or corny? That is the question at hand.
FromThe Great Gatsby’s cast to a gaggle of top models and, um, David Hasselhoff. Quite the eclectic guest list, then.
He’ll head the main Cannes jury, joining an eclectic club of international and American filmmaking luminaries.
Michael Haneke’s “Love” takes the top prize at the famed film festival, his second career win after 2009’s slow-burning drama “The White Ribbon.”
One French photographer writes about covering Marion Cotillard at the Cannes film festival: “She walks around with twenty people at the minimum. It creates a sort of cloud around Marion.”
The Cannes Film Festival requires some of the most demanding dressing actresses must do all year, since it involves: red carpet premieres shot from an aerial view that seem to make a train non-optional; endless parties and appearances on yachts and docks; and paparazzi just about everywhere. Here’s a look at some of the famous people swanning about the festival grounds this year, in order of who looks like they worked the hardest on their outfits.