Jane Fonda is BUSY. And I’m not talking about the press tours she’s been doing for her new film Book Club: The Next Chapter or the recent blitz for 80 for Brady. Having been invited to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, Jane decided it was high time to bring some drama to France. Not only did she spill the tea regarding some of her very famous co-stars, but she also showed off her throwing arm by chucking a Palme d’Or scroll at a winner during the ceremony! I guess you stop giving a damn about everything once you hit 80.
A few years ago, there was some sexist drama at Cannes when it was alleged that only women wearing high heels were allowed into screenings. And while promoting her latest film at Cannes, Natalie Portman brought up the high heels thing and reminded everyone in the room that being a working actress comes with conditions, especially while out and about on the film festival circuit.
Julia Fox is a verifiable boob magician (a “titgician,” if you will) at this point, wearing confusing look after confusing look where they’re one sneeze away from freedom, all in a bid to miraculously extend the 15 minutes she was granted after strangely pronouncing the name of a movie she was in (“UNCUH JAMS”) and valiantly rescuing Kim Kardashian from Kanye West by “dating” him. She recently sawed them in half with whatever fug dress she wore with bootleg kabuki makeup at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and on Sunday, she set the titty free by wearing a completely see-through glass-look top at the Cannes Film Festival Art of Elysium 25th anniversary party.
Johnny Depp Says He No Longer Cares About Hollywood While People Online Wish He Cared More About His Brown Teeth
Since Johnny Depp’s legal battle against his ex-wife Amber Heard is over (for now, anyway), he can back on that “comeback” tour, and it recently made a stop in the South of France, where his movie, Jeanne du Barry, opened the Cannes Film Festival. And yes, he got a standing ovation. Also during his appearance at Cannes, two things became evident to his fans. The first is when it comes to Johnny and Hollywood there is no love lost between the two of them. The second is in lieu of money Johnny should be paid in baskets of whitening toothpaste because his teeth look like brown Chiclets.
The stars are beefing again! This time, Viggo Mortenson and director Pedro Almodóvar are at it over the injustice that occurred in the 1999 Cannes Film Festival. Sadly, it’s not about how Dick was overlooked for the work of genius that it is, but that Rosetta beat out Pedro’s critically acclaimed All About My Mother for the Palme d’Or. There’s nothing like ancient Hollywood spats to warm the heart!
I’ve never been to the Cannes Film Festival, but I imagine there’s a lot of preparation and planning involved if you want to attend, even if it’s just as an audience member. Because The Cannes Clap is no joke and I’m not talking about the one that will have you dipping out to the nearest pharmacie for some antibiotiques. I’m talking about the standing ovations, like the 12-minute palm-punisher Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis received after its screening on Tuesday. As everybody knows, you don’t go to a Cannes screening without having done everything in your power to build up the thickest, gnarliest callouses required to endure the gauntlet of The Cannes Clap. And it’s no walk in the park for those on the receiving end either.