Cannes film festival lineup includes a zombie flick on opening night

Movie buffs, rejoice!

The slate of movies to be featured at the 72nd Cannes International Film Festival was announced Thursday in Paris.

The film to be featured on the festival’s opening night on May 14 will be “The Dead Don’t Die.” The comedy-horror flick stars Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton.

The lineup also includes movies by acclaimed directors Pedro Almodovar (Pain & Glory), and Terrence Malick (A Hidden Life).

Here are some of the films selected for the festival, and the categories under which they will be screened:

COMPETITION

“Atlantique”

“Bacurau”

“Frankie”

“A Hidden Life”

“It Must Be Heaven”

“Les Misérables”

“Little Joe”

“Matthias And Maxime”

“Oh Mercy”

“Pain & Glory

“Parasite”

“Portrait Of A Lady On Fire”

“Sibyl”

“Sorry We Missed You”

“The Traitor”

“The Whistlers”

“The Wild Goose Lake”

“Young Ahmed”

OUT OF COMPETITION

“Diego Maradona”

“Les Plus Belles Années D’Une Vie”

“Rocketman

“Too Old To Die Young — North Of Hollywood, West Of Hell (two episodes)”

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

“Etre Vivant Et Le Savoir”

“Family Romance LLC”

“For Sama”

“Share”

“Tommaso”

MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS

“The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil”

UN CERTAIN REGARD

“Adam”

“Beanpole”

“A Brother’s Love”

“Bull”

“The Climb”

“Evge”

“Invisible Life”

“Jeanne”

“Liberté”

“Papicha”

“Port Authority”

“Summer Of Changsha”

“A Sun That Never Sets”

“The Swallows Of Kabul”

“Zhuo Ren Mi Mi”

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