A few weeks ago it was announced that Ridley Scott’s adaptation of the English classic Robin Hood would kick off this year’s Cannes Film Festival on opening day. Now the rest of the slate has been revealed and it features a slew of highly anticipated films that will all make their debut at the prestigious event. Along with Scott, several other well known directors will be in attendance including Oliver Stone, who will be on hand to premiere his upcoming sequel Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. Check out the rest of the line up below…

Among the films mentioned you’ll notice that Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life doesn’t make an appearance on the list. The drama was rumored to debut during this year’s festival but it doesn’t appear in any of the competition or non competition categories. According to Cinematical, the Festival organizers are “still waiting to screen a tighter, newer cut from Malick before they make the final decision there.”

Here’s the group of films that have already made the cut for this year’s event…

OPENER

Robin Hood, U.S.-U.K., Ridley Scott

COMPETITION

Another Year, U.K., Mike Leigh

Biutiful, Spain-Mexico, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

Burnt by the Sun 2, Germany-France-Russia, Nikita Mikhalkov

Certified Copy, France-Italy-Iran, Abbas Kiarostami

Fair Game, U.S., Doug Liman

Hors-la-loi, France-Belgium-Algeria, Rachid Bouchareb

The Housemaid, South Korea, Im Sang-soo

La nostra vita, Italy-France, Daniele Luchetti

La Princesse de Montpensier, France, Bertrand Tavernier

Of Gods and Men, France, Xavier Beauvois

Outrage, Japan, Takeshi Kitano

Poetry, South Korea, Lee Chang-dong

A Screaming Man, France-Belgium-Chad, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

Tournee, France, Mathieu Amalric

Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, Spain-Thailand-Germany-U.K.-France, Apichatpong Weerasethakul

You, My Joy, Ukraine-Germany, Sergey Loznitsa

UN CERTAIN REGARD

Adrienn Pal, Hungary-Netherlands-France-Austria, Agnes Kocsis

Aurora, Romania, Cristi Puiu

Blue Valentine, U.S., Derek Cianfrance

Chatroom, U.K., Hideo Nakata

Chongqing Blues, China, Wang Xiaoshuai

The City Below, Germany-France, Christoph Hochhausler

Film Socialisme, Switzerland-France, Jean-Luc Godard

Ha Ha Ha, South Korea, Hong Sang-soo

Les Amours imaginaires, Canada, Xavier Dolan

Life Above All, France, Oliver Schmitz

Los labios, Argentina, Ivan Fund, Santiago Loza

Octubre, Peru, Daniel Vega

Qu’est-il arrive a Simon Werner?, France, Fabrice Gobert

Rebecca H., France, Lodge Kerrigan

R U There, Taiwan, David Verbeek

The Strange Case of Angelica, Portugal, Manoel de Oliveira

Tuesday, After Christmas, Romania, Radu Muntean

Udaan, India, Vikramaditya Motwane

OUT OF COMPETITION

Tamara Drewe, U.K., Stephen Frears

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, U.S., Oliver Stone

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, U.K.-Spain, Woody Allen

MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS

Kaboom, U.S.-France, Gregg Araki

L’autre monde, France, Gilles Marchand

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

Abel, Mexico, Diego Luna

Chantrapas, France, Otar Iosseliani

Draquila L’Italia che trema, Italy, Sabina Guzzanti

Inside Job, U.S., Charles Ferguson

Nostalgia de la luz, France, Patricio Guzman

Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow, Netherlands, Sophie Fiennes

The Cannes Film Festival will run from May 12th – 23rd.

What do you think of this year’s roster for the Cannes Film Festival? Are you disappointed that Tree of Life didn’t make the cut?