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May 2011
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If you haven’t yet seen ‘Midnight in Paris‘ even though it is playing in a cinema near you be sure to go see it soon! I myself went to see it a few weeks ago and was thoroughly charmed and entertained by this enchanting and funny comedy. The movie’s release date for Germany has been changed, it’ll be in theatres on August 18, 2011 – one week earlier than previously

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May 2011
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Since last Friday Marion Cotillard’s latest movie ‘Midnight in Paris‘ is out in the US. At the moment it’s only screening in 6 theaters in New York on Los Angeles but it’ll expand to more theatres this Friday and to even more in the coming weeks. Visit the official movie site for the release schedule to find out when it’ll play in a theater near you. Here’s a brief recap

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May 2011
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Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet are proud parents! Their little baby boy was born last night and is called Marcel. On behalf of Magnifique Marion Cotillard I’d like to congratulate the little family and wish them all the best and lots of joy! • Source: ELLE France

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May 2011
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After a few French interviews, here’s an article in English about actresses in Hollywood who don’t have English as their first language. Marion Cotillard is mentioned throughout and there seem to be a few new quotes: • One foot’s in Hollywood, the other’s in Europe, Los Angeles Times, May 11 Thanks to Oliver.G.Byrne I added English translations of two of Marion’s recent in-depth French interviews. Many thanks for your hard

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May 2011
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from Los Angeles Times (US) / by Steven Zeitchik CANNES, France — For French actress Marion Cotillard, it’s not the directors, the scene, or even the casting grind that can make Hollywood exhausting. It’s the accents. The “Inception” star is the rare performer with a flourishing career in the United States and continental Europe. But even after nearly a dozen English-speaking roles, getting her mouth around the words is still