Day: May 13, 2010

Various Scans from 2010

Added loads of scans from 2010 magazine features about Marion Cotillard to the gallery. Many thanks to Elmira and Kelly for most of these.

One of the clippings is from a January Australian InStyle issue and their “20 Best Dressed Women of 2009” list where Marion came in on #2.

“Just dreamy. There’s something incredibly whimsical about her; unabashedly intelligent, yet feminine too.”
– Kerrie McCallum (In Style editor)

The full list was:

1. Diane Kruger 2. Marion Cotillard 3. Sienna Miller 4. Kate Winslet 5. Victoria Beckham 6. Rose Byrne 7. Angelina Jolie 8. Gwyneth Paltrow 9. Anne Hathaway 10. Chloe Sevigny 11. Kate Moss 12. Miranda Kerr 13. Blake Lively 14. Abbie Cornish 15. Camilla Belle 16. Dannii Minogue 17. Cate Blanchett 18. Carla Bruni 19. Scarlett Johansson 20. Sarah Jessica Parker (many thanks Kelly)

004 Harper’s Bazaar (Korea) – January
004 Nous deux (France) – May 11-17
022 Various Clippings

Additional Pictures of Lady Dior in Paris

Ahead of Saturday’s release of the new Lady Dior short movie set in Shanghai (and related publicity for that) some additional pictures of the campaign’s first chapter – set in Paris. At the time there was an article about the Print Ads shot by Peter Lindbergh in Madame Figaro. And a bit later some photographers spotted Marion Cotillard and Olivier Dahan in the streets of Paris on the set of the short movie Lady Noire Affair.

Marion Cotillard Lady Môme, Madame Figaro, November 29, 2008

003 Madame Figaro (France) – November 29, 2008
037 Lady Dior > The Lady Noire Affair – On Set, February 12, 2009

Marion attached to 'Cosmopolis'

This past Tuesday Variety reported that both Colin Farrell and Marion Cotillard are attached to star in David Cronenberg’s self-penned adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel ‘Cosmopolis‘. The company who’s handling international sales rights is presenting the project to buyers during the Cannes Film Festival. David Cronenberg himself first mentioned the project last summer. Here’s the IMDb listing.

The $20.5 million film is penned by Cronenberg and produced by Portuguese producer Paulo Branco’s Alfama Films and Cronenberg’s Toronto-based Antenna, in association with Kinology.

The thriller follows a multimillionaire on a 24-hour odyssey across Manhattan. Farrell will play the asset manager who loses all his wealth over the course of one day. Cotillard will play his wife.

Lensing will take place from March to May [2011] in Toronto and New York.

And here some further information about the movie from Alfama Films:

Undoubtedly one of the main figures of American literature, Don DeLillo signs with Cosmopolis a visual and frenetic piece of work, in a single unit of space and time – 24 hours in New York.

Eric, a 28 year old Golden Boy, turned his life into a violent and obsessive microcosm of today’s world, above which a looming shadow leads to the worship of “matter” above all things.

For David Cronenberg, visionary filmmaker of the collapse of the world, the adaptation of this novel, halfway between reality and the virtual dimension, where the hero hides in a maze of, somehow, senseless images, appears as a promise of enlightenment for each viewer.

On a sidenote, Marion Cotillard was already once attached to a project starring Colin Farrell while finances were being secured at the Cannes Film Market. In the end ‘Ondine‘ happened without her. Also Colin may not pronounce Marion’s surname correctly (as heard at an awards event earlier this year) but he attended the Pre-Golden Globe dinner in her honour back in January 2008.