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Portrait Updates

 

For the past few weeks, Mia and I have been updating the portraits gallery with new and not so new shoots, rare outtakes and behind the scenes photos. Some of the shoots are entirely new to the site, others have been added to where new photos were found. Enjoy!

Gallery:
013 Sessions from 2012 > The Hollywood Reporter
001 Sessions from 2012 > Wall Street Journal Magazine
002 Sessions from 2012 > New York Times
003 Sessions from 2012 > C Magazine
009 Sessions from 2012 > Elle France
005 Sessions from 2011 > L’Express Styles
003 Sessions from 2010 > Vanity Fair Italy
001 Sessions from 2010 > Studio Harcourt Paris
001 Sessions from 2010 > Interview
011 Sessions from 2007 > Set 003
004 Sessions from 2005 > Set 003
001 Sessions from 2005 > Elle
003 Sessions from 2005 > Set 001
001 Sessions from 2004 > Cannes Film Festival
029 Sessions from 2004 > VSD
002 Sessions from 2004 > Score
001 Sessions from 2004 > L’Optimum
001 Sessions from 2003 > Set 001
005 Sessions from 2003 > Elle
004 Sessions from 2003 > Paris Match
012 Sessions from 2003 > Studio
002 Sessions from 2003 > Studio
005 Sessions from 2002 > Set 001
003 Sessions from 2001 > L’Optimum
016 Sessions from 2001 > Ciné Live
003 Sessions from 2001 > ‘Une Femme Piegée’ Promo
006 Sessions from 2000 > Studio
002 Sessions from 2000 > Cannes Film Festival
002 Sessions from 2000 > Le Progrès
009 Sessions from 2000 > Set 001
002 Sessions from 2000 > Set 002
004 Sessions from 2000 > Set 003
001 Sessions from 1999 > Studio Harcourt Paris
003 Sessions from 1998 > ‘Taxi’ Promo
002 Behind the Scenes > L’Optimum
003 Behind the Scenes > Elle
004 Behind the Scenes > Paris Match
014 Unknown Sessions > Set 001
002 Unknown Sessions > Set 002

Marion Cotillard to star in Macbeth

According to See-Saw Films, Marion Cotillard has replaced Natalie Portman as Lady Macbeth opposite Michael Fassbender in a new adapation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The film, directed by Justin Kurzel (Snowtown), is set to be produced by the team that brought us The King’s Speech and Shame. Shooting is set to begin January 2014 in the United Kingdom. Studio Canal and Film4 are financing the project. This is amazing news, can’t wait to see Marion doing Shakespeare!

“I feel extremely blessed that Marion is joining our film. She is one of the bravest and most compelling actors I have watched in recent years and I cannot wait to collaborate with both her and Michael in bringing to screen this very human and tragic love story.”

– Justin Kurzel (director)

“Marion Cotillard has proven extraordinary versatility through her stunning performances in La Vie en Rose and Rust and Bone. Casting her as Lady Macbeth alongside Michael Fassbender will bring a fresh and exciting dynamic to the story of lovers pulled apart by war and ambition.”

– Iain Canning (producer)

Read two articles on it below:

Marion Cotillard to play Lady Macbeth opposite Michael Fassbender – screendaily.com
Marion Cotillard replaces Natalie Portman in Macbeth opposite Michael Fassbender – The Hollywood Reporter

The Immigrant going to New York Film Festival

Adding to the good news about ‘Blood Ties’ being added to the Toronto Film Festival line up, it is now ‘The Immigrant’‘s turn to make it to another well known festival in North America. Variety published this morning the line up for the 51st edition of the New York Film Festival, that takes place from September 27 to October 13. Marion’s film, from director James Gray, and which premiered in May this year during the Film Festival in Cannes, is on the main slate list of this year’s event. We will hopefully be seeing a lot of Marion after the summer when promotion for both movies officially begins!

Madame Figaro, Deux Jours Une Nuit, Updates

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In July, Marion Cotillard was once again on the cover of Madame Figaro in France. Known for her passion for the environment, the magazine interviewed her for their “Green” edition and the interview was focused on Marion’s views and every day contributions to the environment. At the end of the article, they did a list of Marion’s six commandments for the environment in which she says she never takes long baths (to save water) and that she cleans her house with white vinegar. The photoshoot for the article is brand new and shot by photographer Jan Welters who had worked with her in 2010 for ELLE

Other than that, Marion has been busy shooting the new movie by the Dardenne brothers. They began rehearsals in June and have been shooting in Belgium for the past few weeks. I added a photo of Marion holding the one month old that was chosen to participate in the movie. You can read the article (in French) here.

During rehearsals, a bakery was chosen in a small town for the shooting of one scene Marion was in. The owners of the bakery, who were present for filming and who played themselves in the movie described Marion as very professional, focused and somewhat shy.

Gallery:
006 Sessions from 2013 > Madame Figaro
017 Magazine Scans 2013 > Madame Figaro, July 5, 2013
001 Deux Jours Une Nuit – 201 4> On Set

Press:
001 French Press > Marion Cotillard: La Vie en Green
001 French Press > “Nous avons le pouvoir de changer la société”

Marion to voice character on take of ‘The Little Prince’

James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges Among Voice Stars for ‘Little Prince’

James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti are on board to voice characters in a big-screen take on The Little Prince, the classic French novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.

The adaptation is shaping up to have a stacked voice cast, including three recent Oscar winners in Bridges, Cotillard and Del Toro.

Mark Osborne, who directed Kung Fu Panda, is helming the project, which is being produced by Onyx Films’ Aton Soumache — who produced the stylish 2006 animated film Renaissance — and Dimitri Rassam.

The story centers on a pilot who crash-lands in the Sahara desert and comes across a little boy who says he is a prince fallen to Earth from his home on an asteroid. As the pilot repairs his plane, the little prince regales him with stories about his home and the foolish inhabitants of nearby asteroids.

Bridges will voice the pilot. It was not revealed which roles the other actors were taking on.

The book, published Le Petit Prince in 1943 and translated from French into dozens of languages, proved to be a hit due to its philosophical nature, appealing to both adults and children.

– The Hollywood Reporter

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