Léa Seydoux tests positive, may miss Cannes Film Festival
CANNES, France — Léa Seydoux, one of France’s most well known entertainers, may miss the Cannes Film Festival subsequent to testing positive for COVID-19.
Seydoux has been completely immunized however she tried positive while dealing with a film, her marketing expert Christine Tripicchio affirmed Saturday. She is asymptomatic and secluding at home in Paris, trusting that negative tests on back to back days could permit her to in any case go to the celebration in the south of France.
Seydoux was set to be quite possibly the most omnipresent stars at Cannes this year. She stars in four movies at the celebration, including three that are competing for the top Palme d’Or grant — an honor she partook in winning with 2013′s “Blue Is the Warmest Color.”
At Cannes, Seydoux stars in Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch;” in Arnaud Desplechin’s “Trickiness;” in Bruno Dumont’s “France;” and in Ildikó Enyedi’s “The Story of My Wife.”
On Saturday, Cannes coordinators trumpeted the accomplishment of the celebration, which is requiring either proof of full inoculation or a negative test inside 48 hours for section to the celebration center point. Covers are needed inside theaters.
Cannes is likewise trying around 4,000 individuals every day. Frémaux, imaginative overseer of the celebration, said Saturday there were zero positive tests on Friday.