Last month, on October 10, 2010, the French Sunday TV Show Vivement Dimanche had Guillaume Canet as guest of honour. He got to invite people to join him and of course Marion Cotillard was one of those he invited. First she joined Yodelice as a regular band member to play the drums for the song ‘More than meets the eye’. Later she performed the duet ‘Five Thousand Nights’ together with Maxim Nucci before the two joined Guillaume on the couch to be interviewed. Marion Cotillard talked of her and her family’s love of music, how she chose the name of her character in the Yodelice universe after her maternal grandmother Simone. They also talked about her other grandmother and Marion’s character in Les petits mouchoirs. Later, these 3 were joined by almost the complete cast of Les petits mouchoirs.
Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find an actual recording of the first song as well as of the last part of the show. If you have one could you please let us use it for the site? Thank you.
Gallery: 224 Talk Shows > Vivement Dimanche – 2010 (Stills & Screencaps)
Video: 002 Talk Shows > Vivement Dimanche
There are many more high quality ‘Inception‘ stills in our gallery – thank you Roberta. As it’s already awards season various For Your Consideration ads can be found in trade papers. Recently, there was a gorgeous ad for ‘Inception‘ featuring a shot of Marion Cotillard in Variety. Even if her name isn’t on it it’s bound to catch people’s eye and remind them of her haunting presence throughout the movie – via Awards Daily.
001 Inception – 2010 > Artwork
015 Inception – 2010 > Stills
Blu-ray and DVD Release in the UK on December 6, 2010 – Infos on Extras on DVD, Blu-ray and Limited Edition
Blu-ray and DVD Release in the US on December 7, 2010 – Infos on Extras on DVD & Blu-ray
I’m very sorry for the delay but I finally have an update about Les enfants de la télé for you. Marion Cotillard & Guillaume Canet together with the majority of the ‘Les petits mouchoirs‘ cast appeared on the French TV show where they show old, rare and funny clips of the guests on September 25, 2010. A HUGE thank you to Melfan for her tremendous help with this – without her this post wouldn’t have been possible!
They showed the following Marion-related clips: 2008 Award montage, 16 year old Marion in a campaign against drinking (Tu t’es vu quand t’as bu), 7 and 8 year old Marion in TV movies by Claude Cailloux (La monde des tout petits & Lucie), Dance routine ‘Take it All’ in Nine, Forehead Tittaes and 18 year old Marion in TV series Extrême Limite.
818 TV Shows > Enfants de la Télé – 2010
005 TV Shows > Les Enfants de la télé
001 Other > Tu t’es vu quand t’as bu (1991)
002 Movie & TV Clips > La monde des tout petits (1982) & Lucie (1983)
On Friday evening a new episode of Mon Taratata à moi aired on France 2. That’s the version of the show where artists choose a performance by someone else from the Taratata archives for their personal Taratata show – while sitting in a photo booth. This time Marion Cotillard chose David Bowie because he’s a real genius and there’s really no need to say more about him.
Gallery: 039 TV Shows > Mon Taratata à moi – 2010
Video: 001 Taratata > Mon Taratata à moi #2
Today, Saturday, Aung San Suu Kyi was released after more than seven years of house arrest. She’s Myanmar’s democracy leader, received the 1991 Peace Nobel Prize and has been Honour Citizen of Paris city since 2004. At Paris town hall in front of a portrait of Aung San Suu Kyi people gathered for a solidarity event. Among them Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe, Marion Cotillard and British singer Jane Birkin. The inscription on the portrait banner read “Aung San Suu Kyi, Free Honour Citizen of Paris City”. Watch news videos with some footage of Marion by TF1 and MI6. There are also some pictures online by Cyril Abbas.
035 Aung San Suu Kyi Solidarity Event