Steven Spielberg’s Adaptation Of ‘The BFG’ To Debut At Cannes Festival | Film News
Steven Spielberg’s live action adaptation of Roald Dahl’s children novel The BFG will debut out of competition at this year’s Cannes film festival, Variety has reported. The highly anticipated fantasy, featuring the voice talent of Oscar-winner Mark Rylance – who plays the Big Friendly Giant himself – looking likely to join the number of other Hollywood productions on the Croisette.
Also debuting at Cannes includes Jodie Foster’s thriller Money Monster, George Clooney starring as the flamboyant financial TV expert and show host held hostage by a man who took his advice and lost everything in the financial crash. Woody Allen’s Cafe Society starring Kristen Stewart, Bruce Willis, and Jesse Eisenberg will also debut out of competition, with Sean Penn’s The Last Face competing for the Palme D’Or.
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