The standing ovation for Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” clocked in at 12 minutes, however how does that stack as much as different previous Cannes premieres?
Our favourite Cannes pastime? Applauding. And we’re not simply speaking a few well mannered applause, however a roaring, complete quick movie’s value of standing up and cheering at world premieres.
Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” just lately made headlines on the 2022 Cannes Movie Competition for a 12-minute standing ovation — regardless of preliminary stories that it was solely 10 minutes (you actually must rely each clap). However for trade requirements, that’s actually twice as a lot enthusiasm for the epic musical blockbuster biopic than George Miller’s “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” which yearned for an ovation longer than its six minutes value. Applause for David Cronenberg’s “Crimes of the Future” equally clocked in at below seven minutes.
Sure, Cannes standing O’s are a baffling phenomenon. And don’t even get us began on the double requirements of walkouts. But it surely’s not sufficient to simply say there was a standing ovation at a Cannes premiere — we’d like the minute by minute breakdown.
Beneath, see the movies from Cannes historical past that surprisingly obtained the best quantity of applause. Sorry “Good Time” and “As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood,” however we’re solely counting movies that break the double digit mark. Now, we’re already getting our timers set for subsequent 12 months….