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Cannes, the world’s most glamorous film festival, has been postponed until further notice because of the coronavirus
The film festival, which was set to start on May 12, won't be insured if it ends up being outright canceled because of the coronavirus.
The festival declined an insurance option covering pandemics because it would have only covered $2.3 million.
The South Korean director behind worldwide hit ‘Parasite’ said he wouldn’t work for Marvel because he thinks superheroes are stupid
Bong Joon-ho said he prefers characters "who have to complete missions beyond their own capabilities."
15 of the most expensive billionaire-owned yachts that have been spotted at the Cannes Film Festival
The Cannes Film Festival attracts not only the world's most famous movie stars, but some of the most expensive yachts on the planet.
$1 million gowns, $200 million yachts, and $45,000 penthouses: Unbelievable facts show just how glamorous — and expensive — the Canne...
The 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival began this week. Here's how much it costs to put on one of the biggest events for Hollywood's elite.
2 tons of lobster, 8,000 fresh roses, and 18,000 bottles of wine: A Cannes hotel reveals what goes into hosting the glamorous, celeb-filled film festi...
Hotel Barrière Le Majestic, a luxury hotel in Cannes, told us about the numbers and prices that go into hosting the glamorous, celeb-filled event.
Fan Bingbing, one of China's most prominent actresses, has vanished since early July, after she was accused of tax evasion. Director Feng Xiaogang was accused of being complicit. His cameo appearance in another movie was mysteriously deleted, and his name was edited out of the credits.
New data from resale site ThredUp showed that in the past three months, there has been an increase in the number of high heels sent in by customers. Meanwhile, its sneaker sales have grown.
More than 100 people walked out of a ‘repulsive’ serial-killer movie at Cannes: ‘Lars has gone too far this time’
Lars von Trier's new serial-killer movie "The House That Jack Built" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday night to controversy, as 100 people reportedly walked out of what some called a "disgusting," "unpleasant," and "torturous" movie.
Netflix's Ted Sarandos says he doesn't think "it would be good for us" to be at the Cannes Film Festival following it rule change to not screening any movies in competition that won't be distributed in France.