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ABC News'The Dark Knight Rises': Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are in. But ...Entertainment WeeklyAs EW reported earlier today, we now know for sure that Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt have been cast in The Dark Knight Rises, next year's cosmically anticipated Batman film. Warner Bros. reported that Cotillard was ...'The Dark Knight Rises' Casts Joseph Gordon-Levitt And Marion Cotillard In ...MTV.com (blog)Three Films That Put Marion Cotillard on the MapHollywood ReporterMarion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt Officially Join Dark Knight Rises ...E! Online (blog)New York Times (blog) -CBS News -USA Todayall 304 news articles »
Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt join 'Dark Knight' castBoston HeraldBy AP LOS ANGELES — Marion Cotillard will serve on the board of Wayne Enterprises, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is joining the Gotham City police force in "The Dark Knight Rises." Warner Bros. says the two actors have been added to the cast of the final ...
TRAILER: Midnight in ParisBig Shiny Robot!This new trailer for Midnight in Paris, starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, and Adrien Brody (among others) has a very old-school Woody Allen. It kind of felt like a vibe somewhere between Manhattan, with Owen Wilson ...and more »
Marion Cotillard: I drown in emotionsMusicrooms.netMarion also talked about teaming up with her partner director Guillaume Canet for a shared movie project. Guillaume, who is the father of Marion's unborn child, directed the actress in Little White Lies. The former actor, who starred alongside Leonardo ...
The GuardianShort on insight, movie is big at box officeMontreal GazetteBy T'CHA DUNLEVY, The Gazette April 15, 2011 Marie (Marion Cotillard) and Max (François Cluzet) are among the group of friends who gather after one of their circle is injured in a car crash in Les petits mouchoirs. Starring: Marion Cotillard, François ...Summer with the self-obsessedFinancial TimesThe long-windedness of Little White LiesEvening StandardLittle White Lies – reviewThe GuardianExpress.co.uk -Irish Independent -Metroall 21 news articles »
BBC NewsLies and friendsBBC NewsOscar-winner Marion Cotillard and actor-director Guillaume Canet are the Gallic equivalent of Brangelina. They've been together since 2007 and their first child is due in May. ...Little White LiesHour.calittle white lies review and trailerTNT Magazineall 7 news articles »
Marion Cotillard Struggled To Let Go Of PiafFemaleFirst.co.ukMarion Cotillard has revealed that she struggled letting go of Edith Piaf after the movie La Vie En Rose. The actress won an Oscar for her portrayal as the troubled singer back in 2007 but admits that she couldn't leave her behind. ...and more »
Marion Cotillard 'haunted by Édith Piaf role'Digital SpyMarion Cotillard has suggested that she had a very difficult time moving on from her Oscar-winning role of French chanteuse Édith Piaf in La Vie En Rose. The actress explained that for "nine months" after wrapping ...and more »
BBC NewsMarion Cotillard keeps White Lies in the familyBBC NewsOscar-winner Marion Cotillard and actor-director Guillaume Canet are the Gallic equivalent of Brangelina. They've been together since 2007 and their first child is due in May. ...Little White LiesTime OutWin a DVD Bundle with Little White LiesHeyUGuys.co.ukLittle White LiesThe SkinnyThe Arts Desk -Little White Lies -LOVEFiLMall 11 news articles »
The GuardianMarion CotillardThe GuardianWhen Marion Cotillard played Edith Piaf in Olivier Dahan's La Vie en Rose (2007), she amazed most of us with the intensity of her impersonation and physical commitment to Piaf's desperate fragility. She didn't actually sing the songs, but who noticed? ...Marion Cotillard: '9/11 remarks were stupid'Digital Spyall 4 news articles »
...But she has eyes – we know now – that seem always on the point of weeping. Piaf was famous for regretting nothing, but Marion Cotillard has a gaze that suggests nearly everything she can think of is tinged with grief or regret. Michael Mann's Public Enemies...
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Stephen Holt talks to Marion Cotillard for the first time since she won the Oscar of "La Vie En Rose." Marion talks about her new French film "Little White Lies" and the difficulties that occurred at the World Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival 2010. Editing by Christian T. Madera
In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the last of the seven episodes, before leaving Oshwe, Marion is given a guide of the forest by the village chief, Yalita, and finds herself wondering how to protect this forest, and how to prevent the plundering of its people..
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this sixth of seven episodes, Marion goes to meet the villagers to understand how they perceive the forests' industrial exploiters. Some, very poor, are ready to give up their forests for a few crumbs in the absence of needed alternatives, but others won't let themselves...
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this fifth of seven episodes, Marion meets Roger, a representative of local civil society, who explains the very unbalanced relationship between the people and the industrial loggers.
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this fourth of seven episodes, after spending her first night in a forest village, Marion leaves by pirogue. Logging is becoming more palpable, and Marion sees the foresters at work...
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this third of seven episodes, Marion leaves Oshwe by pirogue. All along the river, loggers have opened up large "holes" in the forest, to remove valuable timber.
Marion Cotillard stops by and shares some thoughts on the red carpet at Inception premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Ca. July 13, 2010. Video © Peter Switzer 2010
Craig chats with Marion Cotillard from "Inception"...
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this second of seven episodes, Raoul, who works for Greenpeace Africa, suggests a meeting with representatives of the local forestry administration, who are powerless to fulfill their mission of controlling the plundering of the forest...
www.greenpeace.org In June 2010, Greenpeace took Oscar-winning French actress, Marion Cotillard, to visit the tropical rainforests in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this first of seven episodes, Marion arrives in Oshwe, and Grégoire of Greenpeace France explains the dangers that threaten these ancient forests...
part of the Lady Dior campaign
Inspired by her powerful and chameleon-like portrayals, we decided to cast Marion Cotillard in our very own Fashion Performance. The current Lady Dior proved to the world she was master of both film and fashion when she elegantly carried off that Jean Paul Gaultier mermaid dress on the night she won Best Actress for her role as Édith Piaf. We looked to the work of the 1960s Fluxus movement to inform this one-off performance, full of intriguing yet unexplained meanings. In AnOther Magazine 18 the narrative continues in an interview, where Cotillard reveals her heroes, her passions, and the contents of her handbag. Photography: Craig McDean Styling: Olivier Rizzo Hair: Odile Gilbert at Exposure Make-up: Mark Carasquillo at Art + Commerce Manicurist: Megumi Yamamoto at Susan Price Set design: Piers Hanmer Photographic assistants: Chris Ferretti, Huan Nguyen Styling assistant: Shala Rothenberg Hair assitant: Ayumi Yamamoto Make-up assistant: Ariel Yeh
Along with Daniel Day-Lewis and Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard stopped by Le Grand Journal to promote "Nine" on 2/18/10. Of course, they showed the clip from Leo's visit 2 weeks before. See the original clip of Guillaume and Leo here: www.youtube.com
Sorry the audio is a bit wonky on these. I own none of these clips. For entertainment purposes only.
Music video by Marion Cotillard performing Take It All. (C) 2010 Geffen Records/Guido Contini Films, LLC
This is my tribute to one of the greatest actress of our generation. I dont own the clips, they are from diferents Marion´s movies. Thanks for watch
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Clip of a scene from NINE featuring Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, and the song "Take It All."
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THE LADY NOIR AFFAIR BY LADY DIOR CHAPTER ONE DIRECTED BY OLIVIER DAHAN FEATURING MARION COTILLARD www.ladydior.com http
Johnny Depp and the 'Public Enemies' trailer Ever since I started putting together this summer movie sneak peek in January, "Public Enemies" was the one trailer I really wanted to see. Johnny Depp as bank-robbing legend John Dillinger. Outstanding. Dillinger was a charismatic bad guy, endearing to the public even though he was essentially stealing their money and shooting up their neighborhoods. Is there a more perfect actor to play the role than Depp? He can pretty much take any character and make the audience like him. Depp = Dillinger is a great equation, even though there's really no math to be done there. It even helps you look past the fact that Depp's antagonist in the movie is played by Christian Bale. The Universal Studios movie also stars Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard ("La Vie En Rose"), and it hits theaters July 1. www.blacktree.tv
A clip of previous BAFTA-winner Marion Cotillard presenting "Best Actor" (to Mickey Rourke) at the 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) at the Royal Opera House in London (UK). No copyright intended!!!!
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Tribute to the beautiful French actress who won an Oscar for her outstanding role in " La Vie En Rose"..
...winning French actress Marion Cotillard’s nascent Hollywood career is under threat after she backed conspiracy theories over the 9/11 attacks. The 32-year-old has just swept all this year’s best actresses awards, receiving a Bafta, Golden Globe, and César...
...French actress Marion Cotillard was forced into an embarrassing climb-down after accusing America of fabricating the 9/11 attacks. The 32-year-old actress, who last month scooped numerous best actress awards including a BAFTA for her portrayal of Edith Piaf...
The pictures of Marion and Guillaume in London are from time of the Baftas source.ONTD blog
Best Actress Winner Marion Cotillard talks to the press about her portrayal of Edith Piaf in LA VIE EN ROSE.
Marion Cotillard singing in the Press Room after winning an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role for La Vie en Rose.
Award Season '08. Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone interview Oscar Winner Marion Cotillard at Hollywood's biggest Red Carpet event.
Coens, Bardem, Cotillard Win Oscars By DAVID GERMAIN -- 21 hours ago LOS ANGELES (AP) — "No Country for Old Men" was living up to its front-runner status at Sunday's Academy Awards, winning adapted screenplay for the Coen brothers and supporting actor for Javier Bardem. "La Vie En Rose" star Marion Cotillard was a surprise winner in the best actress category. Cotillard rode the spirit of Edith Piaf to Oscar triumph over Julie Christie, who had been expected to win for "Away From Her." Joel and Ethan Coen are mainly known for their original screenplays, making only two films based on adaptations, "No Country" from Pulitzer winner Cormac McCarthy's novel, and "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," loosely inspired by the ancient Greek epic "The Odyssey." "I think whatever success we've had in this area has been entirely attributable to how selective we are. We've only adapted Homer and Cormac McCarthy," said Joel Coen. Previous original-screenplay winners for 1996's "Fargo," the Coens came in as the best-picture and directing favorites for "No Country." The Coens missed out on a chance to make Oscar history — four wins for a single film — when they lost the editing prize, for which they were nominated under the pseudonym Roderick Jaynes. "The Bourne Ultimatum" won the editing Oscar and swept all three categories in which it was nominated, including sound editing and sound mixing. Cotillard tearfully thanked her director, Olivier Dahan. "Maestro Olivier, you rocked my life. You have ...
Marion Cotillard appearing on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 8, 2008. No copyright infringement intended. Clip is only for fans for viewing pleasure. Full credit and copyring belongs to CBS.
Academy Award Best Actress nominee Marion Cotillard and director Olivier Dahan discuss Edith Piaf and becoming the role of a lifetime.
a Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet Interview from Love me if you dare they did for the Greek dvd version where they both speak english and talk about the dares that did to each other while filming...it is very funny and interesting!!!!No copyright infringement intended
The French actress picks up the Best Actress award for her stunning portrayal of Edith Piaf in 'La Vie en Rose'
Marion Cotillard en français 2008 FIVE ACTORS TO RECEIVE THE 2007 VIRTUOSOS AWARD AT THESANTA BARBARA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Santa Barbara, CA- In a bold move, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival created a new award for 2008 which will honor Casey Affleck, Marion Cotillard, James McAvoy, Ellen Page, and Amy Ryan with the first 2007 Virtuosos Award at the 23rd edition of the Fest, which runs January 24-February 3, 2008, it was announced today by SBIFF Executive Director Roger Durling. The 2007 Virtuosos Award was created this year to recognize a select group of young actors who have distinguished themselves through performances in film this past year. They will be presented the honor on Wednesday, January 30, 2008. "There will always be one or two performances that stand out, but this year in particular there were several performances by actors that truly set them apart from the pack. These talented actors have proven themselves to be a strong presence on-screen, and these performances have given a glimpse at the bright future that cinema has to offer audiences for years to come," Durling commented. Those actors who were selected to be recognized for their stand-out performances are: Casey Affleck, who illustrated his remarkable range in two of the year's most powerful performances: his multilayered turn as Robert Ford in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" and as a young detective faced with the ultimate moral dilemma in "Gone Baby ...
A film from the "Screen tests" series by Francesco Carrozzini featuring actress Marion Cotillard