Even after becoming the most popular French actress in Hollywood, after an Academy Award (La vie en rose, 2008) and several international successes (The Dark Knight Rises, Midnight in Paris, Contagion, Inception, Nine), Marion Cotillard appears surprisingly shy and low profile. She is most discreet, not to say dumb, about her life with Guillaume Canet, actor-director who has been her partner for seven years and is the father of her son Marcel (2 years and a half).
2013 saw Marion Cotillard grace the cover of several French and international magazines. The release of two of her movies in Europe, ‘Blood Ties’ and ‘The Immigrant’, first in Cannes and then in the whole of France later in the year, earned her some attention from the media. While most of the coverage was in France, Marion was also on the cover of US ELLE in 2013, coinciding with the
The Independent Critics List named Marion Cotillard “The Most Beautiful Face” of 2013. 1. Marion Cotillard Marion Cotillard is generally considered to be one of the very best actresses of our time. Her role in “La Vie En Rose” was one of the most sublime in recent memory. The Oscar winner continues to be featured in some of the best films every year. However, her beauty is now also legendary.
They are some of the most glamorous and successful leading ladies of film. Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, and Scarlett Johansson are among stars snapped by London photographer Andy Gotts for a project started by Bafta eight years ago to record all living performers ever nominated for its movie honours. The portraits are among 100 at an exhibition opening on Monday ahead of the Bafta awards on February 16. It also
Her turn as Piaf made her, but get ready for more defining roles from Marion Cotillard. “It was a dream come true,” says Marion Cotillard, describing the job she has just completed with the Dardenne brothers, the two-time Cannes Palme d’Or winners. But the statement could apply equally to everything she does. The actress will soon be in England, fulfilling another childhood ambition by playing Lady Macbeth in the latest big-screen adaptation of the Scottish play.