Marion Cotillard graced the cover of Daily Telegraph Saturday insert Telegraph Magazine on June 20. Thanks to Lorna I’ve added the scans to the gallery. Please also take time to read the in-depth portrait/interview either on the scans or in our press archive, it’s really well worth your time! • Dark Star, Telegraph Magazine, June 20 She’s a great and real person who doesn’t fall into the movie stardom cliché.
Finally, the pictures of Marion at Thursday’s ‘Public Enemies‘ premiere & after party in Chicago. Her ’50s-inspired Christian Dior dress with silver Sergio Rossi slingbacks and a red leather belt and bag were named Look of the Day by InStyle.com. I also have some videos etc for you. But I’m currently battling a cold and should really stay in bed. Cotillard spoke of Chicagoans’ enthusiasm for their city and mentioned
According to ScreenCave, Marion’s costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Ken Watanabe together with director Christopher Nolan have already started filming ‘Inception‘ earlier this month in Japan. As the movie reportedly will be shot in 5 different countries until at least November we’re not sure when and where Marion Cotillard will join the team, but according to reports we had from Cannes it will be after she finishes filming ‘Les petits mouchoirs‘
from Telegraph Magazine (UK) / by Heather Hodson Her performance as Edith Piaf brought the French actress Marion Cotillard worldwide recognition and an Oscar, and now she is to act opposite Johnny Depp in a violent Depression-era gangster film. She talks about why she feels she was born to portray complicated women. When Marion Cotillard was nine years old and growing up in the French city of Orléans, she had
from ChicagoNow, Metromix the Blog / by Matt Pais Johnny Depp. Christian Bale. Marion Cotillard. Director (and Chicago native) Michael Mann. It didn’t cause quite the mayhem of 2007’s local “Ocean’s Thirteen” premiere (featuring appearances by George Clooney, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac and Ellen Barkin), but it was certainly a scene. Tons of fans gathered, shrieked, took photos and waited around for autographs, with plenty getting their wish