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Dec 2012
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Good news, Katy Perry fans: Though Marion Cotillard’s whale trainer character in “Rust and Bone” loses her legs in an accident as Perry’s “Firework” plays, the actress says she’s not too traumatized by the empowerment tune. “The song’s become something very special to me,” says the Paris-born Cotillard by phone from New York. “And we listen to it a lot with the team I work with. I love the song.”

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Dec 2012
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Marion Cotillard just got nominated for the Best Actress award by the London Critics’ Circle. She previously won that award in 2008 for ‘La Vie en Rose‘. FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR Amour Holy Motors Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Rust and Bone Tabu ACTRESS OF THE YEAR Jessica Chastain – Zero Dark Thirty Marion Cotillard – Rust and Bone Helen Hunt – The Sessions Jennifer Lawrence –

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Dec 2012
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Marion Cotillard takes a tough turn in the gritty love story “Rust and Bone.” In her new film “Rust and Bone,” which already has set box office records in France, Marion Cotillard takes a dramatic step away from her chic, seductive earlier roles. Cotillard won a 2008 Oscar as Edith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose,” played captivating dream women in “Inception” and “Midnight in Paris,” and has been a brand ambassador of Dior since 2009.

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Dec 2012
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When Marion Cotillard first heard about the movie Rust and Bone — a romance between a street fighter named Ali and a woman named Stéphanie, who trains whales at a marine park and loses her legs in a tragic orca accident — she thought it was role she would never take on. It was months before director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet) asked to meet with her, and she didn’t think

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Dec 2012
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Marion Cotillard is still visibly shaken when she recalls the moment she first heard about the Aurora shootings. The date was July 20, 2012, and what was meant to be a career high for the Oscar-winner — starring in a new, Christopher Nolan-directed Batman epic — was instantly overshadowed by unthinkable tragedy, as news quickly spread that a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Colorado left 12 moviegoers dead at the hands of a crazed shooter.