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Eva Green and Léa Seydoux draw the crowds as Hollywood stars descend on the French Riviera ahead of the 77th Cannes Film Festival


Eva Green and Léa Seydoux drew the inevitable crowd at Nice airport on Monday as they flew into France ahead of the 77th Cannes Film Festival.

Eva stunned in large black sunglasses and a brown trench coat as she arrived in Cannes on Monday ahead of the Cannes Film Festival.

The former Bond Girl for Daniel Craig’s Bond (43) wore a black top and black trousers under a stylish coat.

Wearing a stylish silver two-in-one ring, she put her hand in her pocket and looked into the distance.

The French actress bared her teeth as she was surrounded by fans, with one trying to hand her a pen to sign their autograph.

Léa Seydoux made sure she impressed when she arrived in France

Eva Green (left) and Léa Seydoux (right) drew the inevitable crowd at Nice airport on Monday as they flew into France ahead of the 77th Cannes Film Festival.

The former Bond Girl for Daniel Craig's Bond, 43, wore a black top and black trousers under a stylish coat.

The former Bond Girl for Daniel Craig’s Bond, 43, wore a black top and black trousers under a stylish coat.

Meanwhile, French star Léa cut a casual figure in a white oversized tee, which she teamed with black wide-leg trousers and a matching jacket.

The No Time To Die actress opted for a pair of stylish dark sunglasses and kept it comfy in a pair of coordinating trainers.

Léa left her long hair in a loose bun and appeared to be in good spirits as she made her way through the crowds at the airport.

The 77th Cannes Film Festival will begin on Tuesday and end on May 25. It is always 11 days and always starts in May.

It comes after Léa claimed that Hollywood is tougher on women because female youth and beauty are valuable commodities in the mainstream film industry.

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The French star has enjoyed a prolific career at home and abroad following her appearance in the 2006 Franco-Belgian comedy Girlfriend.

But while she is happy with the work, which includes her career-defining role as Bond girl Madeleine Swann in 007 Specter and No Time To Die, Léa believes female stars are under more pressure to maintain their looks in order to stay at work. .

She told the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar: “The industry in America… I find it harsh on women. It’s hard for women to get old.

Wearing a stylish silver two-in-one ring, Eva put her hand in her pocket and looked into the distance
The French actress bared her teeth as fans began surrounding her and one tried to hand her a pen to sign their autograph.

Wearing a stylish silver two-in-one ring, Eva put her hand in her pocket and looked into the distance

Eva was mobbed as she left Nice airport on Monday

The pair attracted the inevitable crowd at Nice Airport on Monday as they arrived in France ahead of the annual Cannes Film Festival

Former Bod girl Eva was seen greeting autograph hunters shortly after landing in France ahead of the two-week festival.

Former Bod girl Eva was seen greeting autograph hunters shortly after landing in France ahead of the two-week festival.

Meanwhile, French star Léa cut a casual figure in a white oversized tee, which she teamed with black wide-leg trousers and a matching jacket.

Meanwhile, French star Léa cut a casual figure in a white oversized tee, which she teamed with black wide-leg trousers and a matching jacket.

The No Time To Die actress looked in good spirits as she made her way through the crowds at the airport to sign autographs.

The No Time To Die actress looked in good spirits as she made her way through the crowds at the airport to sign autographs.

“I don’t want to worry about not being wanted or losing my contract. In America, it’s economic, and when it comes to making money, you lose your freedom.

“I’m not comfortable with having to check all the boxes. Being a woman on screen is easier in Europe.»

The actress is back in theaters as Margot Fenring in director Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic Dune: Part Two alongside Hollywood stars Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Austin Butler and Rebecca Ferguson.

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And he admits that the transition from a leading role in his native France to a supporting role in mainstream American films is understandable.

«I’m really happy with the parts I got… I’m not frustrated,» she said. «It’s hard for someone who’s not fully American to lead a Hollywood movie.»

She added: ‘Acting is not comfortable for me at all. It’s like a laboratory. I try things. Sometimes it works, more or less.

“It’s not very pleasant, but I have to say it makes me feel alive. I use fear and transform it into something tangible.”

While she could be forgiven for being overwhelmed by the global acclaim boosted by her pivotal role opposite former 007 Daniel Craig as his ill-fated lover, the actress admits she was not disappointed.

It comes after Léa claimed that Hollywood is tougher on women because female youth and beauty are valuable commodities in the mainstream film industry.

It comes after Léa claimed that Hollywood is tougher on women because female youth and beauty are valuable commodities in the mainstream film industry.

She said: “Fame is not really something that interferes with my life. Sometimes it surprises me when people look at me on the street.

‘And then I was like, «Oh yeah, I forgot.» I’m famous,” but so many people don’t recognize me, it’s crazy. I can take the train or bus without any problems.

«People say, ‘What? Seydoux? How do you spell it?» C’s and I go, «No, S! S!» They don’t know who I am.’

Seydoux will next be on screen in French compatriot Quentin Dupieux’s À Notre Beau Métier. A release date has not yet been confirmed.



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