Looks like the drama isn’t just on the silver screen at this year’s Cannes Film Festival… as the head of the entire event got seriously heated with a cop riding his bike outside a hotel.
Friday night’s clash was caught on camera by a French journalist Eric Morilot … who’s to say that the argument quickly turned physical after the director of Cannes thierry framaux Carlton was walking outside the hotel where a large number of people are staying.
🔴 Vous rouliez à biciclette sur le trottoir.
Non-political person demands to arrest you.
But you are troubling Carlton and you are being accused of being aggressive.
Je vos le redis ici, Thierry Frémaux, vos avies tort et vos n’tes pas au dess des lois!… pic.twitter.com/JHKuHIjWGy
— Eric Morillot (@EricMorillot) May 20, 2023
Morilot says that the earl’s Hon after apparently denying him the spot asked the policeman his name … as the brawl escalated – becoming more heated – threatening to file a complaint.
Sure, all the shouting is happening in French, but this kind of stress is a universal language. The heat reportedly subsided after the two shook hands.
For what it’s worth, at the start of the festival Framaux announced he would be riding his bike to reduce his carbon footprint… but it’s unclear whether he’ll be switching to cars now.
As you know, Framocks has been welcoming these people Harrison Ford And Johnny Depp At the ceremony this year – both the actors received a standing ovation after their films were screened in front of an esteemed audience.
Martin Scorsese France is the latest to arrive … Saturday brought the “Colors of the Flower Moon” to the festivities — and artists joined her, including Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De NiroAnd Jesse Plemons,
Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible and Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones are lighting up the newly-renovated Carlton Hotel
Preparations are in full swing for the Cannes Film Festival starting tomorrow #Cannes Film Festival#Ear pic.twitter.com/qM2THGAmot
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) May 15, 2023
And for your information — Tom Cruise Not making its return to Cannes after screening last year’s monumental “Top Gun: Maverick” … but promoting its latest ‘Mission: Impossible’ film by playing the trailer on loop in front of the Paramount Carlton — smart move .