Remember the ‘Nine‘ Luncheon at New York’s Per Se Restaurant on December 14, 2009 – the day after appearing on the Evening News on French TV and the day before the movie’s New York Premiere? Thanks to Nadine we have footage from it. ET aired a short interview with Marion during the luncheon together with some footage of the ‘Nine‘ New York premiere (more on that event later). Gallery: 015
Yesterday, ‘Le dernier vol‘ (‘The Last Flight‘) entered into its 3rd week in French cinemas. So far it hasn’t been doing as well as could be wished for. I went to see it this past Monday evening and absolutely loved it. I uploaded a ton of ‘Le dernier vol‘ related material that’s been floating around since the movie’s release. Many thanks Nadine and everyone who helped me find these. •
I added 3 new interviews about ‘Nine‘. They’re lovely reads, especially the last one. • Cotillard pushed herself into music of ‘Nine’, The Arizona Republic, Dec 24 • Marion Cotillard: The No. 1 of ‘Nine’, The Baltimore Sun, December 29 • Marion Cotillard: A tiger’s fantasy Nine lives, The Toronto Star, December 30 “Someday, I hope I’ll be more confident,” Marion told me. Then she paused, and laughed a little.
from The Toronto Star (Canada) / by Richard Ouzounian Actress takes time for her own reality as she works to understand the roles she is playing NEW YORK–A piece of advice: if you value your life, don’t confuse the real Marion Cotillard with the characters she plays onscreen. When I did, the sweetly smiling doe who had been gazing at me in an elegantly faded hotel room turned into the
During the 21st Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Marion Cotillard will be awarded the Desert Palm Achievement Actress Award. Congratulations! In 2008, she was awarded the Breakthrough Performance Award at the same festival. “Following a distinguished career in French cinema, Marion Cotillard has firmly established herself as a major actress in American films,” said festival chairman Harold Matzner. “Her performance in Rob Marshall’s ‘Nine’ is nothing short of breathtaking.”