New event photos added to the Robin Wright Web Gallery from Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Wonder Woman”.
Robin Wright Web Gallery > Events > 2017 > 05-25: PREMIERE OF WARNER BROS. PICTURES’ “WONDER WOMAN”
THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT, CBS
Mo 5/22: Rachel Maddow, Ben Platt
Tu 5/23: Kevin Spacey, Terry Crews, Rob Huebel
We 5/24: Robin Wright, Hannibal Buress, Paul Simon, Bill Frisell
THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW, syndicated
Mo 5/22: Jessica Simpson
Tu 5/23: Robin Wright, Andy Cohen
We 5/24: Michael Keaton
Th 5/25: Howie Mandel
More event photos added to the Robin Wright Web Gallery from the Loveless Cannes premiere.
Robin Wright Web Gallery > Events > 2017 > 05-18: “LOVELESS (NELYUBOV)” RED CARPET ARRIVALS – THE 70TH ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
Some new event photos added to the Robin Wright Web Gallery from the Cannes film festival.
Robin Wright Web Gallery > Events > 2017 > 05-17: Ismael’s Ghosts (Les Fantomes d’Ismael) & Opening Gala Red Carpet Arrivals
Robin Wright Web Gallery > Events > 2017 > 05-17: Opening Gala Dinner Arrivals – The 70th Annual Cannes Film Festival
Robin Wright Web Gallery > Events > 2017 > 05-18: Women In Motion: Robin Wright – The 70th Annual Cannes Film Festival
The upcoming comic book blockbuster “Wonder Woman” might be one of the few superhero movies with a female heroine, but Robin Wright argues the film about much more than “female empowerment.”
“It’s about love and justice,” Wright told Ramin Setoodeh during Variety and Kering’s Women in Motion talk Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival. “That’s what the film’s about. And what a great message to spread to our little ones.”
Kristen Stewart isn’t the only actress making a splash with a short film at Cannes this week.
House of Cards star Robin Wright premiered her new short, The Dark of Night, in an intimate screening at the film festival Thursday night, and boy, is it killer. The 10-minute black-and-white whodunnit is a cheeky homage to 1930s film noir, centering on a mysterious vixen (Leslie Bibb) who seeks refuge from a storm inside a diner with a skeevy drifter (Sam Rockwell) and mousy waitress (Callie Thorne). But facades quickly fall away and the encounter takes a turn for the amusingly macabre.