Former copywriters for the film Gangnam Style are pictured in Cannes on Saturday.
The film is directed by the Korean-born writer-director Lee Myung-bak and stars Cara and Praca Zada Dada.
The film was the first film of its kind in Cannes history and its Cannes premiere was held on the first day of the festival, with some of the industry’s top names in attendance.
Director Lee Myong-baka, who also directed the Korean film, says he is proud to see so many of the most popular stars from the world come to the film’s opening night.
“It’s a big moment in our world.
It’s been a big milestone for film.
We have seen the likes of Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hiddleston and many others, so it’s a huge milestone,” he said.”
For the past two years, we have been working with the top directors, writers and actors from the Korean, French and English-speaking film industries.
I’ve never seen a film of this scale, and I’m delighted that I can bring this to Cannes.”‘
Gangram Style’ has already grossed $7.6 million in its opening day and is expected to hit $10 million in total this weekend.
The Cannes premiere of ‘Gangs of New York’ was held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Paris.
“I’m really proud to be in Cannes,” Praca said.
“This is the first time I have worked with so many people, and the way I look at this is that we all do our work in the studio.
We just have to show up, make our film and then go home.”