Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Orlando Bloom bought a few Hollywood stars at the premiere of The Traitor (Il traditore) during the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on Thursday afternoon.
The actors, who formed a strong bromance in 2017, both looked neat in shades and suits as they walked together on the red carpet.
The duo was there to support the biographical drama film, co-written and directed by Marco Bellocchio, about the life of Tommaso Buscetta, the first Sicilian mafia boss who became pentito.
Brave: Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Orlando Bloom bought some Hollywood star power for the premiere of The Traitor (Il traditore) during the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on Thursday afternoon (shown with businessman Alejandro Agag)
Leonardo looked sharp in a black shirt and a bowtie in combination with a classic tuxedo, while Orlando added a white shirt to its own custom look.
The pals were walking on the red carpet with the Spanish businessman Alejandro Agag.
It is thought that Leo and Orlando formed a close friendship after they both found themselves single in 2017 – after Orlando and Katy Perry ended their relationship, and Leo separated from model Nina Agdal.
The following January, Leo helped the British actor celebrate his 41st birthday when they party together in Marrakech.
Away from the movie stars, Kimberley Garner was certainly watching when she premiered on Thursday at Lady Victoria Hervey.
The swimsuit designer, 29, looked ethereal when she jumped into a white-tinted dress that had a deep neckline and a provocative side slit to make impulses beat.
Beautiful: Kimberley Garner looked ethereal in a white dress with a white sequin and a dramatic cape as she stormed the red carpet during the premiere
Kimberley encouraged her stately figure in a pair of naked heels with open toe, while she chose not to wear jewelry anymore to ensure that all her attention was kept on her beautiful clothes.
The reality star swept her blonde locks in a sleek, straight style, while wearing a glamorous palette of makeup to accentuate her beautiful features.
As she stepped on the red carpet, Kimberley used her cape to give the illusion that she was wearing wings, while holding it dramatically above her head so that it fell elegantly on the floor.
Glittering: Lady Victoria Hervey was blinded in her monochrome jumpsuit that also had its own cape
Stylish: the reality star swept her blonde locks in a slim, straight style, while wearing a glamorous palette of makeup to accentuate her beautiful features
Glamorous: Kimberley boosted her stately figure in a pair of open-toe bare heels, while choosing not to wear jewelry to make sure all her attention was on her beautiful clothes
Meanwhile, Lady Victoria was blinded in her monochrome jumpsuit, which also had its own cape, which waved on the red carpet to give her ensemble a glamorous bloom.
The semi-transparent ensemble had panels in relief to cover her modesty, while she increased her height in a pair of bedazzled silver heels.
Her golden locks were withdrawn into a tight bun and Lady Victoria used silver eyeshadow and nude lipstick to emphasize her stunning features.
The Cannes film festival in 2019 takes place until May 25 in the iconic Palais des Festivals.
Actress Elle Fanning, the French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-nominated director of The Favorite, Yorgos Lanthimos, will be part of the jury during the annual event.
Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu chairs the panel that makes decisions about prizes, including the top prize from Palme D & # 39; Or.
The jury for the 72nd edition of the festival will also include Pawel Pawlikowski, the Polish filmmaker and screenwriter named as Cannes' best director last year, for the impossible cold war love story.
Maimouna N & # 39; Diaye, who has directed documentaries and acted in films such as Otar Iosseliani's Chasing Butterflies, will also sit next to the panel, along with two other female directors.
Kelly Reichardt, whose Wendy and Lucy play the lead role with Michelle Williams, was a contender for the Cannes & Certain Regard award in 2008, directed the Certain Women in 2016.
Alicia Rohrwacher from Italy won the best screenplay in Cannes last year for her film Happy as Lazzaro, a satirical fable about a peasant family.
The French filmmaker Robin Campillo, who stormed Cannes in 2017 with 120 BPM – Beats Per Minute, won the Grand Prix for his film about an AID activist and completes the line-up.
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