Jake Gyllenhaal and Isabella Rossellini Team, Disney Evolves, Cannes News: Biz Break

Also in Monday morning's Biz Break: With only two days and some change before the 65th Cannes Film Festival opens with the world premiere of Focus Features' Moonrise Kingdom, the event revealed its full jury for its Un Certain Regard sidebar. Meanwhile, specialty openers had a drab weekend overall and overseas releases proved a mixed bag for Hollywood.

Cannes Un Certain Regard Jury Complete
Alongside the jury for the Official Selection is Un Certain Regard, this year lead by actor/director Tim Roth. The festival unveiled his partners in judgment two days before the festival kicks off. Joining him on the jury are actress Leila Bekhti, director/producer Tonie Marshall, Argentine critic Luciano Monteagudo and Sylvie Pras, cinema head at Paris' Pompidou Center. The section opens May 17th with Lou Ye's Mystery and wraps with Gilles Bourdos' Renoir. Twenty-two films are in competition.

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Isabella Rossellini Joins Jake Gyllenhaal in An Enemy
Inglourious Basterds' Mélanie Laurent and Cosmopolis' Sarah Gadon will also star with Gyllenhaal in the Denis Villeneuve-directed psychological thriller, Deadline reports.

What Does Disney Mean in 2012?
It is a brand that, almost since its founding in 1923, has become synonymous with family. But since he took over from Michael Eisner in 2005, Disney’s CEO Bob Iger has been busy spending billions of dollars to acquire costly pinch hitters that now threaten to eclipse the Mickey Mouse. The company spent $4 billion for Marvel in 2009; $7.4 billion for Pixar in 2006 and the Muppets from the Jim Henson Company in 2004 for an undisclosed sum - said to be less than a quarter of a billion dollars, Vulture reports.

Specialty Box Office: Blasé Weekend for Openers; Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Scores
Specialty openers did not fare well: Sony Classics lead a rather unspectacular crowd of rollouts, bowing Where Do We Go Now? in a trio of locations, grossing nearly $17K and an average just under $6,000. Magnolia also opened a pair of titles with not so good results, Deadline reports.

Foreign Box Office: Dark Shadows Opens a Distant No. 2; American Reunion Hits Record
Dark Shadows opened in 42 territories, grossing $36.7 million and placing second (well behind The Avengers) with a $6,500 average. American Reunion, meanwhile, is now that franchise's top foreign performer. THR reports.

MGM Options On the Island
The studio is in negotiations with Twilight producers Temple Hill Productions to produce the Tracey Garvis-Graves' NY Times bestseller about a teacher and student who crash land on a deserted island, Variety reports.

Is it Time To Wash Out Hollywood's Mouth?
A backlash is growing against filmmakers' increasing reliance on foul language. It's OK to provoke, shock, titillate — if appropriate. Otherwise, watch the salty talk, The Los Angeles Times weighs in.