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Watch: Leslie Mann Asks Emma Watson About Angelina Jolie In New Clip From 'The Bling Ring'

Photo of Oliver Lyttelton By Oliver Lyttelton | The Playlist May 21, 2013 at 10:05AM

As exciting as Cannes can be, it's sometimes dampened by the fact that the films currently being unveiled on the Mediterranean coast can take months or sometimes even more than a year to make it to U.S. shores. But fortunately, that isn't the case with everything; after the premiere of "Behind The Candelabra" this morning (read our review!), we only have to wait five days for it to screen on HBO, and coming up not too far behind is Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring," which kicked off Un Certain Regard last week, and hits theaters in about three weeks.
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The Bling Ring

As exciting as Cannes can be, it's sometimes dampened by the fact that the films currently being unveiled on the Mediterranean coast can take months or sometimes even more than a year to make it to U.S. shores. But fortunately, that isn't the case with everything; after the premiere of "Behind The Candelabra" this morning (read our review!), we only have to wait five days for it to screen on HBO, and coming up not too far behind is Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring," which kicked off Un Certain Regard last week, and hits theaters in about three weeks.

As such, we're getting a little bit more of the film than most of the line-up, and to add to the material we've already seen, thirty seconds worth of brief new clips from the film, which toplines Emma Watson as one of a gang of teens who embark on a string of burglaries of celebrity homes, have arrived. The footage mostly centers on Leslie Mann, who plays Watson's character's mother, and looks like it fits into Coppola's vision nicely.

Again, there's not a huge amount here, but those eagerly anticipating the film -- which you can read our review of here -- should be tided over by it. "The Bling Ring" hits theaters in the U.S. from June 14th.


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