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Jul 2009
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from Den of Geek! (UK) / by Michael Leader Still best known for her Oscar-winning turn in La Vie En Rose, Marion Cotillard told the assembled throng in London about working on Michael Mann’s Public Enemies… At the recent press conference for Michael Mann’s summer crime blockbuster Public Enemies, the throng of scribblers and hacks were given the chance to chat with lead actress Marion Cotillard. Gracious and winsome, the

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Jul 2009
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from AFP (UK) Marion Cotillard has revealed her life is “magical” since she won an Oscar and her career took off. The French actress scooped an Academy Award for playing singer Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose and said: “My life started to change when the movie was released and I had those beautiful opportunities to work with Michael Mann, to work with Rob Marshall. “And I never thought,

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Jul 2009
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from MoviesOnline (Canada) / by Michael To understand Billie Frechette, Mann spent a good deal of time uncovering the history of the woman who became the singular love of Dillinger’s life. “I tried to figure out the life of Billie: what she was about, what she was doing and how she got by in the Depression,” he states. “She worked as a hatcheck girl at The Steuben Club; she was

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from The New York Observer (US) / by Sara Vilkomerson I saw Public Enemies last night—and plenty of critics have already weighed in about how cool and beautiful and entertaining the movie is (Rex Reed called it “one of the best movies of the year”). But here’s what I took away from it: my total and unabashed girl-crush on Marion Cotillard is still going and stronger than ever. The 33-year-old

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Jul 2009
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from Collider.com / by Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub Currently playing in theaters is director Michael Mann’s “Public Enemies”. The film is set during the Depression-era’s great crime wave and it’s the story of the government’s attempt to stop legendary criminals John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd. This operation transformed the FBI into the first federal police force. By now you’ve seen the trailers and commercials, so you know