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Famous Heists in the Movies

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Stress-free family holiday tips without the guilt

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‘Croods 2’ kicks up box office: Will Hollywood adjust to life after COVID-19?

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Gael Garcia Bernal talks ‘Chicuarotes’ and Cannes through a director’s vision

Filmmaker and actor Gael Garcia Bernal talked to MTTG about his latest film Chicuarotes, keeping hope alive and seeing Cannes through a director's eye.

Quentin Tarantino’s mellow Cannes return plus Terrence Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’

Quentin Tarantino hits Cannes with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Elle Fanning's dress causes collapse and Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life premieres.

Robert Eggers ‘Lighthouse’ stuns Cannes Film Festival with Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe

For fans worried that Robert Pattinson has abandoned his art house cinema foray for Batman, The Lighthouse will dispell those fears.

Cannes 2019: Abortion protest hits red carpet, restored ‘Shining’ plus ‘Les Miserables’ nabbed

Cannes saw a protest against restrictive abortion laws along with a restored version of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. Les Miserables was bought by Amazon Studios.

Mati Diop on making Cannes history with ‘Atlantics’

Filmmaker Mati Diop discusses being the first African American woman to show at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival plus her film Atlantique.

Julianne Moore talks ‘The Staggering Girl,’ fashion and industry quotas: Cannes 2019

Julianne Moore discusses her latest film The Staggering Girl that premiered at Cannes along with fashion and industry quotas.

Elton John lands for ‘Rocketman’ plus violence in ‘Bacarau’ at Cannes 2019

Elton John couldn't have been prouder of the biopic Rocketman premiering at Cannes 2019 or of Taron Egerton who portrayed the iconic singer.

Cannes 2019: Tilda Swinton talks samurai while ‘Les Miserables’ shines a light

Tilda Swinton talks her samurai take in Dead Don't Die and why she chose a zombie movie with Jim Jarmusch.

Cannes brings horror for Bill Murray while ‘Avengers: Endgame’ takes MTV noms

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival broke with tradition and made history letting zombies run the opening night ceremony with Jim Jarmusch's "The Dead Don't...

Zombies make history at 72nd Cannes Film Festival with Donald Trump’s wall

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival made history with Jim Jarmusch's zombie film The Dead Don't Die opening the festival. Donald Trump's wall also got some attention.

Cannes 2019: Film festival talks women’s issues

As issues on gender equality have boiled over, the Cannes Film Festival is dealing with them head on as it opens.

72nd Cannes Film Festival: Familiar faces return as tradition holds on

Plenty of familiar faces will be on the 72nd Cannes Film Festival red carpet, but Netflix will be noticeably absent.