These days one of the most important events for actors and actresses from all over the world is taking place: the Cannes festival. This event hosts every year the premiere of great films, shorts and documentaries that try to make the public fall in love and get a good response from critics.
One of the films that generated the most expectation from professionals in the film industry is Asteroid City, the latest work by director Wes Anderson in which he presents the life of a fictional city in the middle of the American desert when, due to an incredible event , the government of the country decides to quarantine the municipality.
In addition to the great work that precedes this project and the interesting synopsis of the film, fans can't wait to see Asteroid City because of the great group of stars that the director merges in the same setting.
Anderson's film brings together an exceptional cast of internationally renowned actors: Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, Scarlet Johansson, Willem Dafoe, Tilda Swinton, Steve Carell, Edward Norton, Bryan Cranston and Adrien Brody, among many others.
On this occasion, Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks became the protagonists of the controversy, since, before parading down the red carpet and showing their best smiles to the event's photographers, they had a "run-in" with which it seems that he was an event worker.
The images collected by different media such as Page Six generated a stir on social networks. In these photographs you can see how the couple had a heated conversation with the man while Hanks pointed at him strongly, trying to communicate something to him.
Due to the commotion that has been caused by the leak of the "tense" moment, the Forrest Gump actor's wife has uploaded a story to her official Instagram account explaining that they were simply talking about where they had to march, but that there was a lot of noise .
"This is called 'I can't hear you. People are screaming. What did you say? Where are we supposed to go?'" Wilson wrote above a story about what had happened at the film festival.
The other man who appears in the images is Vincent Chapalain, a person who works at the Cannes festival and many other events of this type, such as the César Awards, the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, etc.
Hours after the altercation, Chapalain confirmed that what Wilson recounted in his Instagram stories is true and that it had all been a misunderstanding: "They just asked me if they should go back to the beginning of the carpet with the rest of the film crew."