Diane Kruger has avoided partying at the Cannes Film Festival as she doesn't want to be "half-asleep" when it comes to her jury duties.
The actress features on the panel for this year's prestigious event, alongside a host of big names including Ewan McGregor, Alexander Payne and Jean Paul Gaultier.
Diane takes her responsibilities seriously, and so has been getting a good night's sleep.
"I'm not going to go out and get hammered every night. I try to be in bed before midnight," she told USA Today. "I have been on the other side. So I have to be extra sensitive and keep an open mind.
"If I had a film here I would not want my jury member to be half-asleep."
The Cannes Film Festival runs from May 16 to 27. The members of the designated jury have a hectic schedule, and have to watch two movies a day before deciding on a winner of the event's coveted Palme d'Or award.
Diane has explained her rigorous diary.
"It's all very scheduled. I'm up tomorrow for an 8.30 am screening in the morning," she explained. "It's a little weird being next to the Alexander Payne's of the world. But it's an interesting mix of people with different points of view."
Meanwhile, it's been announced at the event that The Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks will feature in the dark comedy What's the Matter With Margie.
Other film castings include Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska - who are set to star in a new adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's Carol.
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