Against the glam and flashing bulbs of Cannes, Edward Norton strolls up to the table at the private beach bar almost unnoticed. With a characteristically laid back air, and dressed like it’s casual Friday at an accountancy firm, he seems fully aware of this apparent disparity. ‘It gets a little manic, and that’s never my favourite thing. But if you strip away the strange mania that’s developed, the tradition of Cannes is still very routed in a celebration of global cinema, it’s a really compelling spectrum of all over the world.’
Jared Leto started his career as a teenage hearthrob in nineties drama ‘My So-Called Life’. Since then, he has played supporting roles in big Hollywood hits such as ‘Fight Club’, as well as the lead in art house cult classics, including ‘Requiem for a Dream’. Having gone to extremes for roles in the past, he discusses whether he’d do the same again, and talks about his most recent release ‘Mr Nobody’.
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