First of all I would like to thank my good friend Nadine for posting all the latest news about Marion Cotillard while I was away during the last few weeks!
Today I bring you high quality screencaptures of Marion as Marie in Guillaume Canet’s hit movie about friendship ‘Les petits mouchoirs‘ (Little White Lies). I’ll add screencaptures of the bonus features soon. Enjoy! (Note: If you haven’t seen the movie yet the caps contain some spoilers)
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‘Les Petits Mouchoirs’ came out on DVD / Blu-Ray in France on February 23.
The DVD and Blu-Ray versions are full of a bundle of extras.
Allocine has added a feature with Guillaume Canet to their site which includes one of the DVD’s deleted scenes
There has been talk for almost a year now that Marion might be appearing in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ (aka ‘Batman 3’). The rumour has again resurfaced this past weekend courtesy of Le Figaro.
Marion Cotillard in ‘Batman 3’?. The actress, who is expecting a child in the spring with Guillaume Canet, will be scarce this year. She’ll do a single film and her choice fell on ‘Batman 3’. This blockbuster produced by Warner Bros.. enables her to work with the director Christopher Nolan, with whom she had turned very successful sci-fi Inception. Marion Cotillard will join the filming this summer in Los Angeles. She will share the bill with Anne Hathaway.
Le Parisien has added fuel to the rumour in February 14 edition.
At the moment it still is an unconfirmed rumour and will remain one until official word comes from Warner Bros.
Le Figaro also excludes ‘Vivre, c’est mieux que mourir’ in its article, which is due to start filming in the fall. Pre-sales for ‘Vivre, c’est mieux que mourir’ have been launched at the European Film Market in Berlin this week.
Update: Her rep tells The Hollywood Reporter that Marion is in discussions to join the film (no additional information will be posted here until a confirmation is given).
Source: The Hollywood Reporter, Le Figaro, Slash Film, Le Parisien and Cineuropa