Cannes Report, Day 5: Protests Hit the Croisette, ‘Too Old to Die Young’ Debuts

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Cannes Report, Day 5: Protests Hit the Croisette, ‘Too Old to Die Young’ Debuts
Following Paramount’s acquisition of one of the hottest sales packages, “Down Under Cover,” the 2019 Cannes Film Festival slowed down a bit on its fifth day.

Some projects premiered, like Jesse Eisenberg’s “Vivarium” and Nicolas Winding Refn’s series “Too Old to Die Young” starring Miles Teller.

Protests also hit the Croisette, but so did something else: Helen Mirren’s new pink hair, which she debuted with a little dance on the red carpet.

Also Read: Cannes Report, Day 4: Amazon and Paramount Open Their Wallets, Mariah Carey Sings!

Maybe everyone was busy figuring out how to watch the finale of “Game of Thrones” tonight. Some tips are here:

See below for the highlights from day five:

Too Old to Die Young” Debuts to Mixed Reviews

Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Too Old to Die Young” is an Amazon 10-part TV series whose first two episodes screened out of competition.
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