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Yesterday, we wrote about what films have been rumored to be locks for the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, headlined by the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” which is rumored to be debuting on May 21 (which would make it exactly 25 years after “Pulp Fiction” debuted at the fest). And now, thanks to the folks at Deadline, the Cannes picture is becoming a bit more clear.
The big news is that it’s looking more and more likely that Terrence Malick’s long-awaited “Radegund” is poised to debut at Cannes. The report says that the filmmaker’s latest work is not quite ready for prime time but is still being screened for Cannes folks, in hopes it gets chosen. With the anticipation surrounding the film (which went into production in 2016), stemming from the fact that Malick is a filmmaking legend, it’s highly unlikely that Cannes will turn down the chance to premiere the film, if it’s going to be ready in time.
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Another film that is seemingly destined for a Cannes screening is Pedro Almodóvar’s “Pain & Glory,” starring Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas. This film is definitely ready to go, as it begins its theatrical run in Spain this week, however, would still qualify for the French film festival.
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