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In photos: Cannes opens with The Great Gatsby

As the Cannes Film Festival kicks off in France, The Great Gatsby's biggest stars glam up for a seaside photocall.

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Workers install the red carpet in front of the main entrance of the Festival Palace for the opening ceremony of the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 15, 2013.

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Cast member Carey Mulligan leaves after a photocall for the film The Great Gatsby. The festival’s opening night will feature Baz Luhrmann’s glitzy, 3D adaptation of the 1925 novel by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays the enigmatic millionaire Jay Gatsby in the film, poses for photographers.

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From left, cast members Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, director Baz Luhrmann and actor Tobey Maguire.

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Director Baz Luhrmann poses during a photocall.

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Candy boxes with the 66th Cannes Film Festival official logo in a shop in the Festival Palace.

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The Cannes jury will spend 10 days in darkened screening rooms, sitting through some 20 films, to determine who will receive the prestigious Palme d’Or for the best film. Here are all nine jury members, from left to right: directors Lynne Ramsay and Ang Lee, Steven Spielberg, actress Nicole Kidman, actor and director Daniel Auteuil, actress Vidya Balan, actor Christoph Waltz, directors Naomi Kawase and Cristian Mungiu.

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Jury president Steven Spielberg, left, and jury member Nicole Kidman pose during a photo call for the jury.

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Actress Nicole Kidman at a news conference.

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Director Baz Luhrmann and Carey Mulligan at a news conference for The Great Gatsby.

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Leonardo DiCaprio listens to questions from journalists.

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