John Travolta and his daughter Ella Bleu Travolta arrive for the screening of "Solo : A Star Wars Story" at the Cannes Film Festival, May 15, 2018.
AFP / Alberto Pizzoli
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Television is making cinema a "vintage genre," John Travolta said Wednesday at the Cannes film festival, lamenting that films were "not as sought after" as before.The actor, who shot to fame as a disco king in tight shirts and bellbottoms in the 1977 film "Saturday Night Fever," seemed to be getting into the groove.Travolta has a strong connection with the Cannes film festival, where he made his comeback from a post-Grease slump in 1994 with "Pulp Fiction," a cult classic that won the festival's Palme d'Or.
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