I added 4 new stills from ‘De rouille et d’os‘ (Rust & Bone) and a wonderful article from Dior Mag. In my opinion they found the right words to describe Marion & the movie. • Dior on the town: Marion Cotillard, Dior Mag, May 28 Here, there is no artifice, no makeup. Bare face, bare soul. No pathos, no screaming, no tears – or few. But there’s such a jostle
from Dior Mag / by Jean-Pierre Lavoignat She was indisputably one of the biggest stars of the 65th Cannes Film Festival. And in any case she delivered – regardless of what the jury led by director Nanni Moretti may decide – one of the strongest, most moving, most memorable performances of the competition. Precisely because it isn’t a performance – it’s a manifestation. In Rust and Bone, the much-acclaimed, remarkable
Rumour on twitter has it that Marion Cotillard has arrived back in Cannes today, as has ‘De rouille et d’os‘ (Rust & Bone) director Jacques Audiard. Tonight is the closing ceremony where the awards will be handed out. Can we see this as a sign that Marion Cotillard will be awarded the Best Actress award? In the past weeks critics have praised her performance as Stéphanie, the French calling it
Clive Owen quickly left the set of Blood Ties earlier this week to promote his movie ‘Hemingway & Gellhorn‘ at Cannes. PurePeople took the opportunity to ask him about Guillaume Canet and Marion Cotillard.
I added a few more scans to the gallery. And here are the very interesting articles to go with them: • The Many Faces of Marion Cotillard, The Hollywood Reporter, May 18, 2012 • Marion Cotillard: D’Aventure et de passion, Studio Ciné Live, Spécial Cannes (read with Google Translator) • Marion Cotillard : “J’ai besoin de me recentrer”, Psychologies, June 2012 (read with Google Translator) And a few more: •