It’s Oscar time! Forest Whitaker – last year’s winner for Best Actor – will hand out the trophy to whoever’s named Best Actress tonight. Will it be Marion Cotillard? The Mary co-star recently said he expects it to be her: “Marion Cotillard! Did you not see her in La Vie En Rose? She’s transforming! That’s it!” Here some times to watch the ceremony live (all times are local): United States:
from Los Angeles Times / by Mark Swed Oscar-nominated Marion Cotillard uses her eyes the way the French chanteuse used her voice in ‘La Vie en Rose.’ MARION COTILLARD has been praised for channeling the legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf all but supernaturally in “La Vie en Rose.” She does nothing of the sort. Much more interesting than that, this Oscar nominee for best actress is a conduit to Piaf.
de Le Parisien / par Alain Grasset Sacrée meilleure actrice vendredi soir à Paris, l’héroïne de « la Môme » continue sa tournée des cérémonies. Elle sera ce soir à celle des Oscars, à Los Angeles, où ses chances de l’emporter sont loin d’être nulles. Confidences d’une femme heureuse. ELLE A PRIS L’AVION hier matin, destination Los Angeles, pour assister ce soir à la cérémonie des Oscars. Tout juste sacrée
This is an alert for all the French Marion Cotillard fans! Can’t wait to hear news of tonight’s Oscar ceremony? Don’t know how to pass the time till the wee hours? Here’s something you can do. Watch La Guerre dans le Haut Pays tonight on Cinecinema Emotion at 10.55pm. To my knowledge the film, originally released in 1998, is only available on DVD in Switzerland as part of a very
Many thanks to joliechose for sending in HQ files of Marion Cotillard’s acceptance speech during the 33rd César Awards as well as her interview with Laurent Weil before the ceremony. I’ve thus been able to add really good quality caps of those to the gallery and as usual mq video clips to the Video Vault. Thanks to Paolo I’ve also added tiny bits of Marion’s interviews after her win as