They are not aware of the news.
"It does scare me when you see how exposed these young boys and girls are", she said.
"I think our world is going through a lot, obviously". I think it's unsafe for sure.
As zombie movie The Dead Don't Die starring Selena, Adam Driver and Chloe Sevigny, opens the film fest on Wednesday night, scroll through to take a look at the stars, from new arrivals' airport style to the kickoff photo calls, as the 2019 Cannes Film Festival begins.
Selena Gomez, 26, said that the most pressing issue facing her generation was dealing with how "terrible" social media has been.
Beyond the early Trump comparisons and those iPhone-obsessed monsters, the film functions as canny commentary about people (well, zombies) losing their souls to consumerism, greed, and material possessions.
"But for my generation specifically, social media has been bad".
She told reporters that it's "impossible" to make social media safe at this point. "I'm grateful I have the platform. I like to be intentional with it". While her appearance previous year made headlines on home turf and was well received by the fashion experts, the powerhouse actress looks forward to her third visit to one of the most watched fashion red carpets. It just scares me. "I'll meet them at meet-and-greets, and they're just devastated by bullying and not having a voice". It can be great in moments.
"I would be careful and allow yourself some time limits of when you should use it", the songstress added.
The Dead Don't Die is slated to hit the theatres on June 14 this year.