Pamela Anderson is skipping the world premiere of her latest film "Blonde and Blonder" at Cannes Film Festival to be with her two sons.
One of the major cast members will be missing from the world premiere of "Blonde and Blonder" at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Star Pamela Anderson has informed that she has given up the chance to attend the event to spend time with her two sons, ten-year-old Brandon and nine-year-old Dylan, instead.
"I've been hearing rumours that I will be attending," she wrote on her personal website. "But I'm having my own premiere with my kids, in my bed with popcorn."
A comedy feature of Canadian production, "Blonde" revolves around two women who are mistakenly thought to be a couple of world-best female assassins and get offered a large amount of money by a mob gang to assassinate the head of the rival Chinese mafia. Pic is directed by Dean Hamilton from script he wrote alongside Anderson's brother, Gerry Anderson.
"My brother and I always dreamed of making silly movies together - but in the backyard for our parents - so this is exciting," the actress commented on the collaboration. "It's beyond our imaginations."