Today on indieWIRE: 'The Tree of Life' jumped the gun, 'Midnight in Paris' trailer hits, 'The Interrupters' gets bought, and more.

  • Turns out Terrence Malick has a soft spot for the Brits. It was long rumored that his latest, 'The Tree of Life,' would premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. But today, news hit that the hyped film will in fact first premiere in the UK on May 4, a week ahead of the French event.

  • While 'The Tree of Life' isn't yet confirmed for Cannes, Woody Allen's latest romp, 'Midnight in Paris,' is opening the festival. Click here to watch the just released trailer.

  • The 40th edition of New Director/New Films is in full swing at the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of the Lincoln Center in New York. Women and Hollywood sat down with the director of 'Belle Epine,' who's in town for the event, while indieWIRE posted its final two interviews of its annual Meet the ND/NF Filmmaker series.

The Tree of Life
PG-13 2011
Based on 43 critics

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