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All the stars of Cannes People: "The carpet will be red hot – with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson,Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves, Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth, and new parents Emma Heming and Bruce Willis, turning this year's Cannes Film Festival into a two-week A-lister date night. Add in Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban – and the possibility of a Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith sighting – and you might forget they also show movies at the world's most glamorous film event. The 64th Cannes fest, which will run from May 16 to 27, formally announced its schedule in Paris on Thursday, and organizers haven't stinted on star power. One year after Pitt's film Tree of Life took Cannes's top prize, the star is returning, this time with his bride to be, Jolie, who is expected to join him when his New Orleans caper Killing Them Softly vies in competition. Stewart and Pattinson will turn up separately for their movies, On the Road and Cosmopolis, although don't be surprised to see them together. Opening night's movie Moonrise Kingdom, being shown in competition, stars Wills.Mud, starring McConaughey and Witherspoon, was a surprise last-minute addition, sources tell People. Also anticipated: Efron and Kidman climbing the Palais steps together. She has two films in Cannes, The Paperboy and the thriller Stoker. Other names include Kirsten Dunst, James Gandolfini, Kylie Minogue, Viggo Mortensen, Bill Murray, Marion Cotillard, and Chris Rock, who'll join Pinkett Smith for a special afternoon kids' screening of Madagascar 3."
Mayor Kardashian? "Will Kim Kardashian be running for mayor of Glendale, Calif.? The 31-year-old reality star's rep cleared up the confusion to Us Weekly after a unaired clip posted Tuesday from Khloe and Lamar showed Kim saying, "I decided I'm going to run for the mayor of Glendale." "Kim has always looked for opportunities to grow and also do what she can to help and support the Armenian community," her rep said in a statement to Us. "She's learning more about ways in which she can help to do her part to make a difference in the community." In the clip (obtained by Radar Online), Kardashian ponders a career in politics. "Noelle [Keshishian] is going to head my campaign, but it's going to be in five years," she tells her little sister Khloe Kardashian-Odom, 27. "I have to buy a house there [because] you have to have residency." "Noelle and I are looking into all the requirements and she's going to help me with my campaign, because it's like Armenian town," she adds. "I need to wait, like, five years."
So, The Hangover with old dudes? Coming Soon: "Yesterday, it was reported that Michael Douglas may be playing the lead in Jon Turtletaub's ensemble comedy Last Vegas for CBS Films, and now Vulture reports that Robert De Niro is in negotiations to play one of Douglas' bachelor party-attending buddies. Their story also confirms Douglas' recent statements that Christopher Walken may join them as the third of four long-time buddies who gather in Vegas for a bachelor party blow-out, although the stories haven't mentioned which of the characters either of them might play. If those three negotiations go through, that would leave just one more septuagenarian male role to be cast for the movie, that of African-American Air Force vet Archibald Clay... oh, Morgan Freeman? Are you busy in August?"
And here are candles placed by mourners outside Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater in Branson, Missouri (David Welker/Getty Images)