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Jan 2010
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Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz, Sophia Loren and Rob Marshall attended a press conference for ‘Nine‘ at the St. Regis Hotel in Rome, Italy, earlier today. There was also a huge photocall as well as a screening of the movie later on. So far, I only finished sorting the pictures for the press conference, so stay tuned for more! Many thanks Amanda for her help with the pictures!

010 ‘Nine’ Press Conference – Rome

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  • Aurore
    Posted on January 14, 2010

    She looks quite sad on the picture 🙁
    But still, she is gorgeous (I know, I am not very objective as a fan!)

  • Olivergbyrne
    Posted on January 14, 2010

    You are right,she has been looking sad or tiered lately , I was thinking the same thing looking at the pics from the Dior party as well.She’s probably all Jet lag…

  • stephanie
    Posted on January 14, 2010

    An article about the party last week end for Marion and Nine:
    JUMP-START ON THE GLOBES: The upcoming Golden Globes has brought a slew of fetes for nominated actresses, and last weekend saw back-to-back affairs thrown by Dior and The Weinstein Co. for Marion Cotillard (a best actress nominee for her turn in “Nine”) and by Audi, Cameron Silver and Gianfranco Ferré for “True Blood” star and best actress nominee Anna Paquin.

    Friday night in the Chateau Marmont’s Bungalow One, Cotillard held court as “Nine” producer Marc Platt unveiled a video she shot for her “Nine” number “Take It All.” “You may all know Marion is an Oscar-winning actress, but what you may not know is that she’s a talented music video artist,” he deadpanned. The clip showed bits from the film, rehearsal footage and outtakes of Cotillard in the recording studio. “Aaagh, this is so embarrassing,” she laughed as the small crowd, including directors Jim Sheridan, David Lynch and Michael Mann, and Tobey and Jennifer Maguire, broke into applause. Although tout Hollywood seems to want to work with her, Cotillard says she’s next turning her attention to a personal documentary on conserving the forestlands, which she was inspired to do after some friends raised her awareness about deforestation.

    Link: http://www.wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/a-bite-at-marc-jacobs-chris-brown-to-milan-jump-start-on-the-globes-2409782#/article/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/a-bite-at-marc-jacobs-chris-brown-to-milan-jump-start-on-the-globes-2409782?page=4

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