The Nymphomaniac star took in the women's final on Saturday with a group of friends and the men's finals Sunday with her partner, New York, I Love You director Yvan Attal. Lars Von Trier's erotic tale will be released on Christmas.
Fresh from taking in two weeks of sun and cinema in the South of France for the Cannes Film Festival, the Great Gatsby star made his way to Paris for a few days in the stands.
The longtime Leo pal donned a hat and shades when he joined his Inception co-star to watch the matches.
The disgraced former IMF chief and scandal magnet caused a stir at Cannes when he showed up for the premiere of Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive with his much younger TV executive girlfriend Myriam L'Aouffir. The two made their second pubic appearance at the tennis tournament on Saturday. Welcome to New York, Abel Ferrara's fictional take on DSK's arrest on rape charges starring Gerard Depardieu and Jacqueline Bissett is expected early next year.
Whitaker, who's Zulu bowed to cheers on the closing night of Cannes, also made the trip north to take in one of the opening rounds of the series.
The former frontman of the now-defunct LMFAO has been a regular at the tournament, clocking in several days in the stands. He's been party rocking around France since landing in Nice in May.
Paris, je t'aime actor loves tennis and is a regular at the tournament having attended for several years. The Chanel model starts shooting the title role in one of two competing Yves Saint Laurent biopics due to start shooting this summer in which he'll co-star with Cannes Palme d'Or winner Lea Seydoux.
William Leymergie and Claude Lelouch
The legendary French director, right, who has a Palme d'Or and two Oscars at home, took in a match with French TV host William Leymergie.
The Portlandia guest star and six-time international world tennis champion attended several days of the matches.
Antoine Arnault and Natalia Vodianova
The model, actress and sometime Eurovision Song Contest hostess hit the stands with her boyfriend, LVMH heir Antoine Arnault. The Clash of the Titans actress recently moved to Paris from London.
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