from Hollywood.com / by Aly Semigran “It’s one of the most powerful movies that I’ve ever seen, but I know I won’t be able to watch it again because it’s such a strong, emotional journey.” Marion Cotillard could have very well said the same exact thing about her film Rust and Bone, the harrowing French drama which has earned her a Golden Globe nomination in the Best Actress in a
from Montreal Gazette (Canada) / by T’Cha Dunlevy Fate works in funny ways, onscreen and off. In Jacques Audiard’s raw romance Rust and Bone (De rouille et d’os), Marion Cotillard plays an orca trainer who suffers a terrible accident and must learn to piece her life back together, under dramatically different circumstances. It’s a standout performance from an actress who is racking them up. But it almost never happened. “I
Additionally, USA Today has some quotes from Marion Cotillard about her Golden Globe nomination and plans for the holidays – “My family. Home” – and about award season: “I’m very happy. I’m very proud of this one. But above all, it’s the encounter with two amazing people and the crew we worked with to make this happen. I’m very happy for all of us. I want to celebrate the present
from USA Today / by Donna Freydkin Don’t ask Marion Cotillard about her plans for the upcoming awards season. “I want to celebrate the present time. I don’t want to think ahead. I want to enjoy what’s now and what’s here,” says the actress, nominated for Rust and Bone. She plays a marine-park trainer who loses her legs in a freak accident. All along, Cotillard was a favorite to be
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association just announced their nominations on a very early morning at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills in California, presented by Megan Fox, Ed Helmes and Jessica Alba. Marion Cotillard was nominated for Best Actress – Drama for her performance in ‘Rust and Bone‘ (De rouille et d’os). Congratulations! This is her third Golden Globe Best Actress nomination, though the first in the Drama category.