As the Cannes Film Festival heats up, debut images from a number of films are starting to surface. We now have our first looks at the following films:
- A Hologram for the King – Tom Hanks stars in Cloud Atlas co-director Tom Tykwer’s comedic drama adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel, which finds a down-on-his-luck American salesman venturing to Saudi Arabia in a last-ditch effort for success.
- The Keeping Room – A Civil War drama from director Daniel Barber that revolves around three Southern women who must defend their home and family from an onslaught of soldiers that have broken off from the Union Army. Brit Marling (Sound of My Voice), Hailee Steinfeld, Muna Otaru, and Sam Worthington star.
- The Man on Carrion Road – Director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego’s (Open Grave) drama tells the story of a retired sheriff (Ian McShane) and his replacement (Patrick Wilson) who investigate a botched cartel deal.
Hit the jump to check out the debut images from the aforementioned films.
Images via Playtone and The Film Stage.
A Hologram for the King
The Keeping Room
The Man on Carrion Road
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