Earlier tonight the Pierre Rabhi documentary aired on France 5. Towards the end we could see Marion Cotillard travel across France to his base in beautiful rural Ardèche for a philosophical discussion. Among other things Marion Cotillard mentioned that when thinking about humility recently she thought that maybe humility means being part of something that you won’t see the result of (such as saving this planet).
Category: Gallery Updates
‘Rust and Bone‘ has been available to buy on DVD & Blu-ray in the UK since February 25. These are the extras:
– Audio Commentary with Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain and Arnaud Calistri
– Making of Rust and Bone
– The Special Effects of Rust and Bone
– Deleted Scenes
There’s also a 2-disc exclusive edition, available for a limited time only at Sainsbury’s which includes these additional extras:
– Exclusive UK Interviews with Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts, Jacques Audiard and Thomas Bidegain
– Exclusive BAFTA Q&A with Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts and Jacques Audiard
Also, as of next Tuesday, March 19, it will be available on DVD, Blu-ray as well as Movies On Demand in the US. Extras on the US DVD & Blu-ray include:
– Commentary with director Jacques Audiard and writer of the screenplay Thomas Bidegain
– Making of Rust and Bone
– Making Of’s Making of by Mikros
– On the Red Carpet: Toronto Film Festival
– Deleted scenes
I also added 3 additional gorgeous stills and the DVD & Blu-ray artwork to the gallery:
I have added some HQs from the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, BAFTA Tea Party, W Magazine Pre-Golden Globes Party and Golden Globes.
Credit goes to Amelia for Golden Globe HQs and Marica for the other HQs listed below.
285 Events in 2013 > 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards
009 Events in 2013 > Dom Perignon and W Magazine’s Pre-Golden Globes Party
060 Events in 2013 > BAFTA Los Angeles 2013 Awards Season Tea Party
079 Events in 2013 > 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards
Marion Cotillard quite unlike we’ve seen her before! ‘Le Débarquement‘ the huge live comedy event on Canal+ this past Friday evening by Jean Dujardin, Guillaume Canet, Gilles Lellouche together with Alex Lutz, Laurent Lafitte and Nicolas Bedos and many more actors & some guests also featured a number of pre-recorded segments. One involved Monsieur Picco – played by Guillaume Canet – seeking treatment of a beauty surgeon – played by Jean Dujardin – at a private clinic for his dear wife Nathalie because she’s suffering from a rare kind of shyness and afraid of being seen in public. Little wonder because she’s actually a bear. Cut to 16 months later – and Nathalie now is still a bear but looks like Marion Cotillard! It seems he’s not as happy with the result as expected – he fears he has now lost his wife – but she’s more than happy once she’s got her honey pot!
Marion is included as one of W Magazine’s 33 Best Performances of 2013! I think this may be featured in their February issue, so we’ll be on the lookout for scans. The introductory article and caption about Marion can be read below, with the all-new photoshoot image in the Gallery. You can see the full Best Performances portfolio at WMagazine.com
Marion Cotillard in Rust and Bone
“I have a crush on Harry Dean Stanton in Paris, Texas. He was my type of guy, especially when I was a kid. I was totally in love with him. I wanted to go anywhere with Harry Dean Stanton: Texas, Paris, whatever, wherever.”
Best Performances 2013
This year’s 33 brightest stars, up close and unscripted.
By Lynn Hirschberg
In 2012, sex all but disappeared from the movies. Perhaps because it was an election year, perhaps because America has been absorbed by a longing for heroes, the films this year were largely devoid of physical passion. Even James Bond, notorious for his tantalizing, exotic affairs, was nearly chaste in Skyfall. The Bond girl in the latest chapter was his boss and maternal figure, M, who stands for England in all its historic glory. Similarly, the runaway hit of the holiday season was Lincoln, in which Daniel Day-Lewis brilliantly gives voice and humanity to the greatness of what government can do: pass a law that ends a war and frees the oppressed. And while the creation of the Amendment that abolished slavery in America represents a kind of sexy happy-ending history lesson, the couplings in the film are mostly legislative. Zero Dark Thirty is another, more contemporary, slice of American-history-in-action, and though the war still rages, it also ends with a victory—the death of Osama bin Laden. The movie follows a CIA analyst named Maya, portrayed with intensity and steel by Jessica Chastain, who believes she has found the arch-terrorist’s lair and will not rest until he is killed. Although Maya works with a team of men and some women, she seems to exist as an island. It’s entirely possible that her goals could be pursued even with human interaction, but that might compromise her hero status in the viewer’s eyes.