Director Baz Luhrmann's called it a "great honour" for his new film "The Great Gatsby" to be opening this year's Cannes film festival. It'll be the second time for the Australian filmmaker after his musical film "Moulin Rouge" starring Nicole Kidman, opened there back in 2001. Luhrmann's latest project adapts novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald's account of "Roaring Twenties" America, with Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead as Jay Gatsby.
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