The star was at work for Wes Anderson’s French Dispatch, who made a spectacular debut at the Cannes Film Festival.
The long-awaited comedy-drama, delayed by the pandemic, is an ode to journalism and tells the story of a fictional American newspaper’s foreign outpost.
Stars such as Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson have joined Anderson at the film’s premiere in Southern France.
However, French actress Léa Seydou was unable to join her castmates on the carpet after testing positive for Covid-19.
American actor Chalamet played a revolutionary student in The French Dispatch, cutting his usual dashing appearance at the premiere.
A 25-year-old Hollywood star was found on this occasion wearing a glittering silver suit and taking a selfie with his fans.
He took a playful photo with co-star Swinton, who plays a staff writer in a fictional newspaper.
The 60-year-old Scottish actress wore a cropped pink blazer and an orange floor-length skirt.
British fashion designer Georgina Chapman also attended with her partner Brody.
The ex-wife of the disgraceful Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was found kissing Brody, who starred in a French dispatch as an art dealer.
Jarvis Cocker mixed up with other rare people at a star-filled event.
A former pulp frontman, 57, was found looking into Wilson’s phone.
British model Iris Law, the 20-year-old daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, cut her blonde hair, wore a white gown that reached the floor, and turned her head to the carpet.
Maggie Gyllenhaal, a jury in Cannes, also attended.
The 43-year-old actress and producer wore a white silk blouse paired with a black skirt.
The French dispatch was acclaimed following its premiere in Cannes.
It will be released in the UK in October.
Tilda Swinton and Timothée Chalamet lead dazzling star power in Cannes
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