Penelope Cruz, Sofia Coppola, Mickey Rourke, Pierfrancesco Favino, Tony Servillo, Valerio Mastandrea. Thus, glamor is safe despite the absence of several major Hollywood stars due to a strike called on July 13 by the Sag Aphra American Actors Union.
And so, if Braidley Cooper stands out among the beautiful absences – who could have participated in the role of director of his film “Maestro”, but chose to support his colleagues – and Emma Stone, the main character on the Lido of the film “Poor Things” by Yorgos Lanthimos, the red carpet of the Venice International of the festival will not disappoint the crowd, traditionally coloring the script of the Palazzo del Kino.
“Fortunately, independent producers have been exempted from the strike,” confirmed in the press service of the exhibition. Therefore, the presence Willem Dafoearrived with the film’s international cast Dawn Saverio Costanzo.
Unless we see Michael Fassbender as a professional killer in a world that has lost its moral compass, in the words of The Killer director David Fincher, the stars of European productions will be on the Lido. How Mads Mikkelsenstarring Amanda Collin from Danish Bastard.
And if, for well-known reasons, Roman Polanski, the director of the Palace, presented at the Lido out of competition, does not leave France, the main character is expected Mickey Rourke, already Golden Lion 2008 with Wrestler. And who knows if he will return with his puppies in his arms.
Follow the movie ferrari There will be no Adam Driver, but there will be a presence Penelope Cruz, always a fan of Venice and Italy. Among the surprises stands out Caleb Landry Jones, the interpreter of Luc Besson’s Dogman. But this year the focus will be on the Italians in particular, who will present 6 films at the Lido. Starting with “Commander” Pierfrancesco Favino: the star of the premiere, she will return to the red carpet again on September 2 for the film “Adagio” with the director. Stefano Sollima and the rest of the star cast: Toni Servillo, Adriano Giannini, Valerio Mastandrea, Gianmarco Franchini, Silvia Salvatori.
Today it is Gen Z that dominates the crowd beyond the barriers of the red carpet. Speaking of glamour, among the stars that young fans are most looking forward to is Sofia Coppola, who arrived with her Priscilla cast, with stars such as Kaylie Spaeny (Priscilla Presley) and an Australian Jacob Elordi.
On Monday, September 4, the turn will come Woody Allen which must be present together with the French troupe of his Coupe de chance: Lou De Laage, Valerie Lemercier, Melville Pupo and Nils Schneider.
Tuesday 5, waiting will be all for Pietro Castellitto and Benedetta Porcaroli in Venice in the 80s with the film Aeneas. And Friday the 8th will be the turn of Michel Franco and Jessica Chastain, respectively director and translator of Remembrance, another independent project that also includes Peter Sarsgaard, Brooke Timber, Merritt Wever, Elsie Fisher, Jessica Harper and Josh Charles .
Not to forget the patron of the festival, Caterina Murino, an internationally recognized talented actress who will also be tasked with representing Italian elegance (dozens of images specially designed by Marvy De Angelis are ready for her). To add elegance and beauty, a range of celebrity fashion events are offered, such as two exclusive evenings at The Bain, reopened after many years for Mostra da Campari.