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May 2011
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de L’Express / par Paola Genone Elle donnera naissance à son premier enfant au mois de mai et sa carrière est au zénith. Plus lumineuse que jamais, Marion Cotillard est à l’affiche de Minuit à Paris, le dernier Woody Allen, qui ouvre le Festival de Cannes, et de Contagion, le nouveau film de Steven Soderbergh, aux côtés de Matt Damon. On l’avait rencontrée en septembre dernier pour son rôle dans

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May 2011
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from Reuters / by Gregg Kilday LOS ANGELES – Nine years after Woody Allen’s “Hollywood Ending” raised the curtain on the Cannes Film Festival, the director returns to the French resort for Wednesday’s opening-night festivities with “Midnight in Paris,” starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. Allen recently talked about searching for a storyline that would do justice to the City of Lights, why he cast French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy,

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May 2011
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de Femina / par Anne Michelet L’actrice fait l’ouverture du Festival de Cannes avec « Minuit à Paris », de Woody Allen . Mais elle ne montera pas les marches, car elle jouera en même temps le rôle de sa vie : celui de maman. Tourner avec Woody Allen, c’était un rêve ? Marion Cotillard – “Il fait partie des génies du cinéma. Mes rêves ont grandi quand j’ai commencé

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May 2011
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Trying to make the best of a free weekend and the calm before the release of ‘Midnight in Paris‘ I scanned all the 2009 publications featuring Marion Cotillard I had at home that hadn’t been added yet. Some of these featured brand-new photoshoots at the time – so it’s really high time they’re in our gallery. Enjoy! From these scans I took 2 pictures that were new to me and

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May 2011
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Originally published in Madame Figaro (France), written by Richard Gianorio translated by Oliver.G.Byrne MF: How are you feeling right now? MC: I don’t know a word that hasn’t been used a million time, absolute joy. I have never been so in peace (zen). There is my pregnancy of course but also the fact that I’m rediscovering Paris and that I get to see all my friends after cruising around the