Inside Warner Bros. Discovery and Air Mail’s Starry Cannes Get together With Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese
Warner Bros. Discovery packed within the stars for studio’s one hundredth anniversary celebration on the Cannes Movie Competition on Tuesday night, even when the occasion itself, co-hosted by Air Mail, was a glamorous but subdued affair.
Celebrities nonetheless got here out to toast WB’s centenary at Cannes fete mainstay Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc with Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Scarlett Johansson, Jason Statham with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, John C. Reilly, Paul Dano, Eva Longoria, Insurgent Wilson, pop star Sting and filmmaker spouse Trudie Styler, The Weeknd, Eva Longoria, Tom Hanks, Adrien Physique, Ari Emanuel, Charlotte Casiraghi, Fan Bingbing, Irina Shayk, Daphne Guinness, Jeremy O.Harris, Ivy Getty and Boy George among the many VIPs noticed.
Scorsese arrived with a toddler — later recognized as his grandchild — and De Niro with associate Tiffany Chen. A number of actors from HBO’s new sequence The Idol, which had its world premiere on the fest, additionally turned up for the bash, amongst them Lily-Rose Depp, Hank Azaria, Troye Sivan, Hari Nef and Da’Vine Pleasure Randolph, the latter of whom was noticed chatting with Sting by the ice cream bar, making an attempt to entice the British pop star to indulge (although he didn’t).
Friends arrived to trays of Dom Pérignon adopted by cocktails in La Rotonde simply because the solar started to set full with picture alternatives in entrance of a classic Renault Estefette, courtesy of Piedaterre, reimagined as an Air Mail and Warner Bros “employees automobile” parked simply exterior the doorway. Inside, within the dinning room, tables had been adorned with customized constructed lamp shades that includes paintings from iconic Warner Bros. movies, from The Exorcist to Casablanca to Elvis.
After a meal of tomato ravioli, thinly sliced John Dory and stuffed zucchini flowers, with home made Snickers bars for dessert, friends descended to the Eden-Roc, and to the occasion correct, with DJ Stretch Armstrong on the decks spinning disco and dance hits from the ’70s and ’80s.
The WB C-suite was additionally out in drive, with HBO boss Casey Bloys making the rounds and Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav starring down on the festivities from his perch on a balcony above the dancefloor. Under, the du Cap pool was lit with a video projections of Warner Bros classics on a loop, from Ben Hur and The Wizard of Oz to The Matrix and It. The occasion by no means acquired too wild, nevertheless, and it was half-empty by midnight.