Ezra Miller attends the Haiti Carnival in Cannes benefitting J/P HRO, Artists For Peace and Justice & Happy Hearts Fund presented by Armani during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 18, 2012 in Cannes, France.
A few of the most important people in Tom Hardy’s world: Ed ‘Chips’ and Anne Hardy and his beloved Charlotte Riley attending the Cannes Film Festival for the Lawless Premiere in 2012.
TOM HARDY: “My mom [Anne Hardy] is the most special woman in the world, next to my wife [Charlotte Riley] and hopefully, one day, maybe a daughter.
Women are the most profoundly important people who supported my growth and development as a person. My relationship with my mother and strong women—their support and innate wisdom have helped me carve my way through today. So, I have tremendous and profound respect for women. But I am still human. My wife would probably pick me apart for still being irritating (laughs). I’m a bloke, you know.”
“Cannes [award for the role in ‘The Hunt’] was a very, very big experience for me. I can’t overestimate how much it meant for me in the sense that I can’t really measure it in terms of career. But while we didn’t make the film for awards, I would be a liar to say that we don’t cherish it when we get a nice pat on the back. I was really happy that day [in Cannes] and so, so proud of the film.”
Arriving on the Red Carpet at Cannes decked out in a seriously Medieval fashion (monstrous fur collars, floor length velvet, voluminous cloaks) were the singers from the French duo Brigitte, Sylvie Hoarau (right) and Aurelie Saada (left).