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Nov 2012
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Marion is featured in the Hollywood Reporter’s annual Actress Roundtable this year! The magazine gets together chosen actresses involved in the years Oscar race, and talks to them about all things actress-y. This year they talk to Marion, Naomi Watts, Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Rachel Weisz and Helen Hunt. The Hollywood Reporter’s Actress Roundtable was held October 22nd at Siren Studios in Hollywood. The full roundtable discussion has

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Nov 2012
Gallery Updates  •  By  •  2 Comments

As we posted about before, Marion is on the cover of the December issue of UK Harper’s Bazaar magazine, and last weekend I uploaded digital scans from the magazine to our Gallery. As well as the gorgeous new photoshoot and interview, the magazine also includes two new Dior adverts. Digital scans are never the best of quality, but I think Mia intends to replace them with exclusive original scans when

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Nov 2012
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US fans be sure to tune into The Tonight Show With Jay Leno tonight, as Marion will be a guest on the show. I believe she will be promoting Rust & Bone, which is released in the US on November 23rd. We’ll be on the lookout for a video to share with you asap after.

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Nov 2012
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Awards season is now upon us, and so the campaigning begins! The first ‘For Your Consideration’ advert for Rust & Bone has recently been shared on AwardsDaily.com, and you can now also view it in our Gallery. Marion is of course being campaigned for Best Actress for her role as Stéphanie in Rust & Bone, and numerous award sites are predicting nominations for Ms Cotillard. Let’s cross our fingers….!

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Nov 2012
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Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton are presented with BFI Fellowships as “Beasts of the Southern Wild” and Chile’s “No” are also honored. Jacques Audiard’s Rust and Bone won best film at a special standalone ceremony on the penultimate evening of this year’s BFI London Film Festival. It is the first time a best film award has been decided on by a jury from a field of 12 Competition titles.The