Movie Releases Set To Take Cannes Film Festival 2022 By Storm
With the Cannes 2022 red carpet sizzling with celebrities like Tom Cruise and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, we were excited to see the movies premiering this year, and boy were we not disappointed!
The Cannes Film Festival is returning with all its glory for 2022, for its traditional May dates after a late summer edition in Cannes Film Festival 2021 and a cancellation the previous year, bringing with it all the glamor that comes with the annual celebration of fashion and film.
Celebrities have already begun arriving in the south of France in preparation for this year's festival, with Julianne Moore, Rebecca Hall, and Adriana Lima displaying some fashionable jet-set flair ahead of the formal Opening Ceremony.
This year's lineup of films is nothing if not impressive, so we can expect a steady stream of prominent faces visiting the Croisette red carpet and ascending those iconic stairs over the next two weeks, from Anne Hathaway to Kristen Stewart. Along with the main premieres, there will be a slew of dinners, events, and parties, ensuring that we'll be treated to lots of gorgeous moments.
Austin Butler and Olivia DeJonge (as the luminous Priscilla Presley), not to mention hysteria-inducing musical scenes and Tom Hanks as the former's entrepreneurial manager, Colonel Tom Parker, will star in Baz Luhrmann's wacky, sequin-strewn biopic about the titular king of rock 'n' roll.
The Stars At Noon
In Claire Denis's magnificent adaptation of Denis Johnson's enthralling novel set in 1980s Nicaragua, an American journalist and a British businessman fall in love and strive to leave the revolution. Taking the spotlight? Joe Alwyn, Margaret Qualley, and John C. Reilly.
This depiction of an increasingly frustrated sculptor (Michelle Williams) on the verge of a career-changing exhibition is the latest contribution to Kelly Reichardt's sad, highly poetic oeuvre. Her personal life becomes increasingly insane as she waits for inspiration.
Crimes of The Future
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Viggo Mortensen plays a performance artist whose organs are undergoing a metamorphosis in David Cronenberg's highly distressing body-horror thriller, which the auteur himself expects to trigger walkouts at Cannes. Léa Seydoux, who plays his gorgeous partner, and Kristen Stewart, who plays an investigator who is incessantly tracing their travels, provide support.
Three Thousand Years Of Longing
A long time coming George Miller's much-anticipated fantasy-romance-drama Three Thousand Years of Longing is set to roll cameras. This George Miller directed fantasy epic before returning to the Mad Max franchise (this time with Anya Taylor-Joy at the helm), starring Tilda Swinton as a lonely academic and Idris Elba as a djinn who grants her three wishes. Will she make the right decision?
Triangle of Sadness
Ruben Ostlund (Force Majeure, The Square) is known for his pitch-black comedy, and he's back with his darkest satire yet: The story follows a supermodel power couple (Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean) who board a luxury cruise ship without realizing that the ship's Marxist captain has plans to turn the tables on the passengers.
Decision To Leave
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Park Chan-wook's first big-screen production since 2016's stunning The Handmaiden follows a detective (Park Hae-il) who falls in love with the key suspect in his murder probe (Tang Wei). There will be beautiful photography, a haunting score, simmering sexual tension, and plenty of twists.
James Gray's semi-autobiographical saga, sees Banks Repeta as a youngster who has a run-in with the Trump family in an intimate coming-of-age story set in 1980s Queens. His parents are Anne Hathaway and Jeremy Strong, with grandpa as Anthony Hopkins.
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In Riley Keough and Gina Gammell's energetic directorial debut, two boys (Jojo Bapteise Whiting and LaDainian Crazy Thunder) battle with identity, loss, and modern notions of manhood while growing up in the United States' Pine Ridge Reservation. It promises to be a riveting study of underprivileged groups pursuing the American Dream, inspired by true events.
Broker is a South Korean drama film starring Bae Doona, Gang Dong-won, Lee Ji-eun and Song Kang-ho from Parasite and directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda. The plot of the film revolves around the characters associated with baby boxes, which allow babies to be dropped off anonymously to be taken care of by others.
Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is where he belongs after more than 30 years as one of the Navy's top aviators, pushing the edge as a brave test pilot but avoiding advancement in rank that would ground him. Maverick must confront the ghosts of his past and his worst fears while training a detachment of graduates for a special mission, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those who choose to fly it.
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