Rain, rain, go away!
Wet, windy weather is causing big problems for the A-listers attending the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival this week.
THR reports that stormy conditions caused the roof of the Soixantieme Theatre--a building behind the legendary Palais des Festivals--to collapse, forcing several cancellations and postponements of screenings.
"I have never seen it this bad," an industry source told THR about the crazy conditions.
Typically, Cannes festival attendees enjoy a balmy, Mediterranean climate during their visit--including 12 hours of sunshine a day and average high temperatures of 68.4 degrees. The gloomy, unseasonably cool conditions are expected to continue through Monday and Tuesday.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Rainy Cannes Weather Causes Cancellations, Roof Collapse
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