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Mia Galuppo

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Glen Powell Talks Auditioning in a Tuxedo, ‘Top Gun’ and Tom Cruise (In That Order)

After not getting the part he had initially auditioned for in the high-flying sequel, the Austin native got a call from Cruise: "No movie star calls the guy that doesn’t get the role."

Cannes: David Cronenberg “Very Touched” By ‘Crimes of the Future’ Audience Response at World Premiere

The director's latest movie, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart, was showered in 6 minutes of applause after the film screened at the Palais late Monday evening.

Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Lea Seydoux-Starrer ‘One Fine Morning’

Mia Hansen-Løve directed the feature, which premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

Lea Seydoux Talks Cannes, ‘Crimes of the Future’ and ‘Emmanuelle’ at Live ‘Awards Chatter’ Recording

The conversation for Scott Feinberg's popular Hollywood Reporter podcast took place in the Campari lounge and was co-presented by THR and SAG-AFTRA in association with OuterInsight.

Cannes: WME Independent Heads on Moving Film Sales and Financing In-House

"It's like having a hundred producers sitting on the floor below you," said Alex Walton, who heads WME Independent with Deborah McIntosh.

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Director Talks Volleyball, F-18s and Tom Cruise

Joseph Kosinski worked with the Navy and his cinematographer to place six cameras into the cockpit of an F-18.

Cannes Gives ‘Triangle of Sadness’ a Warm Embrace With 7 Minute-Plus Standing Ovation

The social satire from 'The Square' director Ruben Östlund is among the titles competing for this year's Palme d'Or.

Netflix Nabs Emily Blunt Package ‘Pain Hustlers’ for $50 Million

David Yates is set to direct the feature project.

‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ Star Tilda Swinton on Feature Films: “That Is My Flag, and I Fly It”

The actress and Idris Elba star in the Cannes title from director George Miller.

Cannes According to… Saban Films’ Bill Bromiley

The Saban Films head thinks that Zoom is here to stay and that there is nothing wrong with late-night gelato.

Cannes Rewards George Miller’s ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ With Standing Ovation

The movie, which screened at the Cannes Film Festival out of competition, stars Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton.

Cannes: IFC Films Takes Sci-Fi Comedy ‘Turn Me On’ Starring Bel Powley, Nick Robinson (Exclusive)

The 'Sound of Silence' filmmaker Michael Tyburski is behind the project that is set to begin filming in November.