“The Da Vinci Code” may have fizzled with critics at Cannes, but the second major Hollywood movie to sweep into the festival, “Dreamgirls,” cast a spell over audiences that led to early Oscar buzz. Movie studios Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks showed 20 minutes of their film, which is set for a December release, to a standing room only crowd late on Friday night at a side venue at the world’s largest gathering of movie makers and stars. U.S. pop singer Beyonce Knowles and Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx, who star in “Dreamgirls,” were on hand, as were major celebrities like Bruce Willis, Hugh Jackman and Britain’s Sir Ian McKellen. Reuters reports.
“Dreamgirls” casts spell over Cannes audience
"Dreamgirls" casts spell over Cannes audience
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