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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Julia Roberts: Cannes more than I scared only our young actor


The most highly paid actress in the world and just pretty woman Julia Roberts for the first time arrived at the Cannes film festival as part of the big team’s out-of-competition film “Financial monster”.

Photo: twitter.com/Festival_Cannes

For the press conference Julia chose an elegant pantsuit with a vest and trousers in vertical stripes and classic white shirt. This is not a pathetic way completed sloppy updo with a pick in the tail hair and loose strands. The actress generously showed his signature smile and openly flirted with George Clooney.

Julia had to admit that during filming all the time was trying to impress jodie foster, whom she genuinely admires. However, it is not going to follow in her footsteps and try to make a movie.

“For me it would be a huge compliment, if I were asked if I wanted to become a filmmaker. But I know your intellectual capabilities and the limits of his patience. I will not stand, if four people in a hour will ask me questions, requiring immediate response. It’s like playing the cello or drawing. I envy those who are capable of it, and would like to learn it in the next life but in this life it is something I prefer to admire from a distance.”

For the first time in my life walking through the world famous La Croisette, Cannes Roberts called “a splendid and exuberant celebration of cinema”.

“This is crazy! I’m the only one in our team who for the first time at the festival, and a little more than scared me, it seems that only our young actor Jack. But I’m glad I’m surrounded by loved ones. My beloved friend George, dear Jodi, for which I am ready to follow everywhere. I’m happy to share with them this moment.”

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