Industry News: Quentin Tarantino, Olivia Colman, Tuca & Bertie and More!

QUENTIN TARANTINO’S ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD WILL PREMEIRE AT CANNES: Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and compete. This comes after many were surprised that the film didn’t make it on the list of pictures unveiled last month. Margot Robbie will play Sharon Tate, Leonardo DiCaprio will play Rick Dalton, Brad Pitt is Cliff Booth, Dakota Fanning will play Squeaky Fromme, Al Pacino is set as Marvin Shwarz and Damian Lewis will play Steve McQueen in the film, which tells the story of Hollywood’s Golden Age and it’s intersection with the Charles Manson cult. Cannes also added Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo by Abdellatif Kechiche to the lineup. This year’s festival marks the 25thanniversary of Tarantino’s iconic Pulp Fiction’s screening.

OLIVIA COLMAN, ANTHONY HOPKINS BOARD THE FATHER: Anthony Hopkins (Westworld, The Pope, The Silence of the Lambs) and 2019 best actress recipient Olivia Colman (The Favourite, The Night Manager, The Crown, Murder on the Orient Express) have signed on to star in Florian Zeller’s film adaptation of The Father. Filming begins in the U.K. this month.

TUCA & BERTIE’S CREATOR WANTS MEN TO HATE-WATCH SHOW: "I don't just want women who already agree with me to watch it. I don't want to just preach to the choir. I want men to get comfortable with the idea of women being funny and gross," Lisa Hanawalt tells The Hollywood Reporter. Hanawalt is ready for the backlash when her anthropomorphic cartoon—voiced by Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong—about two birds in their 30s lands on Netflix. Will you tune in?

AVENGERS: ENDGAME AUDIENCE WARNED OF MEASLES RISK: Health officials in Orange County, California are warning moviegoers who attended the April 25 screening of Avengers: Endgame at an AMC Theater in Fullerton that they may have been exposed to an audience member who had measles and didn’t realize it at the time. Patrons are advised to monitor themselves and review their vaccination history.