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Diane Kruger and Cara Delevingne among guests at Cannes premiere of The Innocent

Diane Kruger and Cara Delevingne attend Cannes premiere of The Innocent( Daniel Cole/AP)
Diane Kruger and Cara Delevingne attend Cannes premiere of The Innocent( Daniel Cole/AP)

Diane Kruger, Cara Delevingne and Kristen Stewart were among the famous faces at the star-studded Cannes premiere of Louis Garrel’s The Innocent.

The film, in which Garrel also stars, sees the director try his hand at a new genre of film, the romantic thriller.

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Cara Delevingne poses for photographers upon arrival the premiere of the film The Innocent (Joel C Ryan/AP)

He stars alongside Roschdy Zem, Anouk Grinberg and Noemie Merlant as Abel, a man who opposes his mother’s marriage to a convict.

The Innocent is billed as a “touchingly offbeat and funny film” which flicks between romantic comedy and heist-movie.

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The premiere was also attended by Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro (Daniel Cole/AP)

The premiere was also attended by Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro and actor Jake Gyllenhaal.

Viggo Mortensen and Mads Mikkelsen were also pictured greeting one another warmly on the carpet.

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Viggo Mortensen and Mads Mikkelsen were also pictured greeting one another warmly on the carpet (Joel C Ryan/AP)

Mortensen was previously pictured alongside Lea Seydoux, with whom he stars in David Cronenberg’s Crimes Of The Future.

Last week, the 75th annual festival hosted the star-studded premiere for Top Gun: Maverick, which saw Tom Cruise attend for the first time in 30 years.

The event was subject to strict Covid-19 protocols in 2021 but this year’s Cannes has largely done away with pandemic measures.

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