Uma Thurman and Jude Law have been announced as members of the Cannes Film Festival's jury this year and will sit on a panel presided over by Robert De Niro.
The stars - who worked together in 1997 science-fiction movie 'Gattaca' - will sit on the 64th panel which will be presided over by 'Taxi Driver' legend Robert De Niro.
Uma, 40, is best known for roles made famous by director Quentin Tarantino, starring in 'Pulp Fiction' and the 'Kill Bill' franchise while British actor Jude has recently finished filming his role as sidekick Dr. John Watson in Guy Ritchie's 'Sherlock Holmes' sequel opposite Robert Downey Jr..
Festival director Thierry Fremaux explained the movie was chosen because it is a "love letter" to the French capital.
He said: "'Midnight in Paris' is a wonderful love letter to Paris. It's a film in which Woody Allen takes a deeper look at the issues raised in his last films; our relationship with history, art, pleasure and life."