Sunday, May 28

Honoring an Unforgettable Legacy: 76th Cannes Film Festival to bestow prestigious Palm d’Or upon Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny

The 76th Cannes Film Festival will be headlined by some of the most exciting premieres tomorrow including Martin Scorses’s Osage Nation 1920s epic Killers Of The Flower Moon starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Robert De Niro along with James Mangold’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny starring Harrison Ford in his final performance as Indiana Jones.

At the festival, Harrison Ford and Michael Douglas will be honored with the prestigious Palme d’Ors as a tribute to Ford and the legacy behind the iconic character. Director James Mangold Appreciated the French culture of embracing the classics, helming Cannes as a wonderful platform he said “These are things where you’re taking your guidance from the classics, that’s something that’s really appreciated by the French about American cinema. In many ways, they revere the old pictures more than even the audience in the United States do. That makes it a really wonderful platform.”

Additionally, out of 21 films competing for Palme D’or, seven are directed by women, the highest in eight decades of Cannes. The festival will be concluded with Pixar’s animated film Elemental which is set to release in theatres in June.

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