The Cannes Premiere of "The French Dispatch" saw the chemistry between co-stars Timothee Chalamet and Tilda Swinton at full display. 

During the red carpet event before the premiere, Chalamet was seen resting his head on Swinton's shoulder in a moment that the fans of both the actors will find difficult to forget soon enough. 

Timothee Chamalet leaning on Tilda Swindon during the premiere of their movie  "The French Dispatch"

Chalamet was sporting a Tom Ford suit to the premier while Swinton was seen wearing a dress by Haider Ackermann.

Chalamet was also seen posing for photos with Adrien Brody. After all the photos, the actor also met and interacted with some of his fans who were present at the premiere venue.

The premiere of the movie was also attended by singer and actress Kat Graham and model Iris Law, who was in news recently for shaving off her hair.

The movie "French Dispatch" brings to the screen an anthology of stories that were published in the final issue of an American magazine. The film is set in a fictional city in twentieth-century France.

Fans can catch the movie in theatres from October 22. The very same day, another movie starring Chalamet is also releasing. The movie, titled "Dune", had its release date moved recently to the same day.

The early reviews of the Wes Anderson movie were gushing, with The Telegraph calling it his best film ever and "relentlessly wonderful", though IndieWire's Eric Kohn warned it "may divide people as it is, in blunt terms, very Wes Anderson."