Published On May 23, 2023
"The Idol" stars Lily-Rose Depp, Abel "The Weeknd" Tesfaye and director Sam Levinson discuss the sexually explicit six-part HBO series at Cannes Film Festival and dismiss any rumors of a chaotic working environment. Levinson also shares how the series reflects the "pornification" of American pop culture.
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