Leo switches Brad Pitt for Orlando Bloom for And We Go Green Cannes premiere

Leonardo DiCaprio returned to the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival again, this time with a different A-list star at his side.

After hanging out with Brad Pitt at the premiere for the new Quentin Tarantino movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, this time he was joined by Orlando Bloom for the launch of And We Go Green.

The documentary, which tackles the issue of air pollution, is co-produced by DiCaprio, with Bloom tagging along to support his pal.

The film will follow the story of the Formula E electric car racing series and in keeping with the theme, the men were joined by racing stars at the event.

Formula E boss Alejandro Agag, and French racing driver Jean-Eric Verge posed for pictures next to the actors.

DiCaprio and Bloom looked effortlessly cool in tuxedos teamed with dark sunglasses.

The Wolf Of Wall Street star switched up his suit by opting for a black shirt this time round, and sported a black dinner jacket with black lapels.

Meanwhile Bloom kept it classic with a white shirt under his black tuxedo, adding square sunglasses to complete his movie star look.

It comes after DiCaprio joined Pitt, Tarantino and Margot Robbie on the red carpet to promote Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

The film is set in the late 1960s and follows the story of down in the dumps TV actor Rick Dalton, played by DiCaprio, and his friend and long-time stunt double Cliff Booth, depicted by Brad Pitt.

If that sounded not violent enough for a Tarantino flick, you should note that it is set during the time murderous cult leader Charles Manson was making headlines.

Robbie stars as the doomed actress Sharon Tate, who was brutally murdered by members of the Manson family in 1969 in the home she shared with director Roman Polanski.

The film received a six-minute standing ovation at the screening, with the following reviews hailing it as ‘the most fun Tarantino has hda in years’.

Actor Damon Herriman plays the infamous Manson, and the film also stars Emile Hirsch, Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning and Kurt Russell.

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