Léa Seydoux Wanted to Work with Channing Tatum, but She’ll Take Cronenberg and Hansen-Løve Any Day

It was hard to be at the Cannes Film Festival this year and not run into Léa Seydoux.

The French actress starred in two well-received movies at this year’s festival, David Cronenberg’s dystopian “Crimes of the Future” and Mia Hansen-Løve’s romantic drama “One Fine Morning,” and also attended a lively 75th-anniversary event for the festival.

Throughout the two-week event, she was spotted at restaurants and parties around town, blending into the scene right on schedule.Cannes has become a kind of ritual for Seydoux, with the exception of last year, when a positive Covid test nixed her trip even though she had three films in competition: “The French Dispatch,” “The Story of My Wife,” and Bruno Dumont’s “France.” Even when circumstances kept her from coming here, audiences couldn’t avoid Seydoux on the big screen.“Every French actor comes here,” Seydoux said in an interview a

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