I’m somewhat short in time but I simply HAD to update on this. New appearance pictures! Marion Cotillard attended the previously mentioned ‘Meet Marion’ screening organized by Back Stage and The Hollywood Reporter and the Hollywood Film Festival where she was honoured with the Hollywood Breakthrough Award. Congrats again!
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Here the rest of the scans from Japanese magazines. I think anyone would agree that the Marie Claire photoshoot is nothing but totally amazing! Enjoy!
If any of you speak Japanese would it be possible to translate the recent interviews for the site? That’d be great!
Better late than never. I have finally managed to add more media from Marion Cotillard’s appearance at the NRJ Awards on October 1 in Paris, France. Always helpful Paolo recorded the show and sent me the Marion parts. She went up on stage 3 times: to collect the award for Best Look (how sweet that she pulled La Môme-makeup artist on stage to share the award with him) and Frenchie of the Year and together with the La Môme troupe when the film won Top of the Box Office.
However exciting English Marion Cotillard features are they are still in most cases more or less recycling known facts & pictures. But, guess what I found today at the newsstand? The latest issue of Paris Match (September 13-19) has an amazing article on Marion Cotillard.
Although La Vie en Rose yet has to come to South America Marion Cotillard finished her 6-month promotion tour for the film at the end of August in Japan. She spent 6 days at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo (Lost in Translation anyone?) and apart from attending the Press Conference (which we have pics from) she also 50 interviews, posed for fans in the streets (who know her from Taxi) or sometimes even helped preparing sushi. Paris Match accompanied her and that’s what the article is about. I’ve added the scans and you can watch behind-the-scenes photos in a video on their website or download it from the Video Vault.
I can’t wait to see the pictures she was posing for during this stay in Japan. Or videos of her interviews – e.g the one where the journalist started singing a Piaf song and asked Marion to dance. If you come across any of them can you please share them with us? That’d be amazing!
I’ve added/replaced some movie stills with HQ ones (thanks Sara Amelia for helping me with these!) Also the scans of various Marion Cotillard features from publications in English are now in the gallery (many thanks Stef for your much appreciated help with some of these) as well as a wallpaper by Sholdina. If you too have some fanart/wallpaper with Marion feel free to send them in – I’ll be happy to add them.
003 Edy – Stills
004 Cavalcade – Stills
002 Innocence – Stills
001 Unknown (UK) – July 2007 if you know the publication, could you please tell me?
001 Empire (UK) – July 2007
002 Black Book(US) – June/July 2007
002 Fade In (US) – April/May 2007
I am very excited! My French DVD of ‘La Môme’ (‘La Vie en Rose’) arrived today and I’m happy to announce I now have for you fabulous screencaptures of Marion Cotillard in the movie. See some previews below – I found it really hard to only choose 6, Marion looks great throughout the movie! On the DVD are also lots of great extras. I’m already looking forward to watching them all!
And Stef made this site her current Spotlight at Jonathan-Togo.com! Thanks a LOT!
Everyone who has had the pleasure of seeing Marion Cotillard in La Vie en Rose already (the film has just opened in the UK and USA) will agree that her performance is worthy of every award out there. So it will come as no surprise to us that Marion Cotillard has been awarded the award (Swann d’0r which means Golden Swan) for Best Actress at the 21st Cabourg Romantic Film Festival in France on June 16. This is certainly the first of many more to come. Congratulations!!!
Awarded the Best Actor trophy was Guillaume Canet. The 2 visited the festival before – also together – in 2003 to promote Love Me If You Dare.
Considering Marion Cotillard hasn’t signed up for a new project to follow up ‘La Môme’ yet and her statement that she would like to take a break for a while you may find the following interesting: A local newspaper reports her saying at the festival that she still has “a ‘hunger’ for new roles and more beautiful stories to tell”. Isn’t that a relief?
Many thanks for the help with the pictures goes once again to Mariana!