After a very short visit to the ‘Inception‘ movie set while it was in Paris earlier this month – the film crew has since moved on to Morocco – Marion Cotillard is back working on the set of Guillaume Canet’s third movie ‘Les petits mouchoirs‘ which started filming at the beginning of August and which is set to continue shooting for 8 more weeks. Last week the paparazzi got some (adorable) pictures from the set. The first batch is from August 26 in Claouey and the second from August 27 in Cap Ferret. Marion’s mostly pictured with Gilles Lellouche and Benoît Magimel. Enjoy!
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I added some additional HQ stills of a number of Marion’s movies that we didn’t have in our gallery before. Enjoy!
001 L’Histoire du garçon qui voulait qu’on l’embrasse – 1994 > Stills
001 Taxi – 1998 > Stills
001 Les Jolies choses (Pretty Things) – 2001 > Stills
002 Une affaire privée (A Private Affair) – 2002 > Stills
001 Jeux d’enfants (Love Me If You Dare) – 2003 > Stills
001 Un long dimanche de fiançailles (A Very Long Engagement) – 2004 > Stills
005 Ma vie en l’air (Love is in the Air) – 2005 > Stills
004 A Good Year – 2006 > Stills
001 Toi et moi (You and Me) – 2006 > Stills
This week’s issue of Elle France has 6 pages full of stunning behind the scenes pictures from the set of ‘Le dernier vol‘ (The Last Flight). Enjoy!
Kindly do not redistribute these scans at another Marion Cotillard fan site as they were obtained/donated exclusively for ‘Magnifique Marion Cotillard’. Thank you.
The release date for Rob Marshall’s star studded musical ‘Nine‘ is fast approaching – November 25 – and finally we get to see some more Marion stills. Though middle to low quality they’re definitely exciting, so enjoy!
TheProjectNine has kindly scanned the ‘Nine‘ feature in this week’s Entertainment Weekly. There is a lovely picture (with Marion) from group rehearsals.
Also some background information from Variety:
“Take It All,” originally written as a trio for Kidman, Cruz and Cotillard but, just before shooting, rearranged as a solo for Cotillard, according to music supervisor Matt Sullivan. “Heart-wrenching” is how Yeston describes the performance by Cotillard (who won an Oscar playing Edith Piaf).
Music director Paul Bogaev’s biggest job was working with the actors and preparing them to record the songs before shooting. Cotillard auditioned for the producer but was cast as the wife.
The release of Marion’s latest international movie project ‘Inception‘ is still almost a year away (July 16, 2010) but the official website has already gone online (even though there’s next to no content) and a teaser has also been released (no Marion, though).
I replaced two of the ‘Le dernier vol‘ (The Last Flight) stills we recently got from the Figaro magazine with beautiful HQ pictures. Enjoy!
The release date for the film in France and French speaking Switzerland is now November 18, 2009. Unfortunately, I leave for a 3 week holiday the same day so I really really hope it will still be playing in a city nearby when I get back.
Marion Cotillard narrated the forthcoming ‘Voyage sous les mers 3d‘ by the brothers Jean-Jacques & François Mantello. The film opens in French theatres next week, August 26. According to the movie’s official site as of today there will be 4 advanced screenings with the presence of the directors. Not sure, if that’ll include Marion on at least one of the screenings? Maybe she’s too busy shooting ‘Inception‘ (although I think they were only shooting in Paris for 3 days) or she went back to the set of ‘Les Petits Mouchoirs‘ again already.
Anyway, I added the French interview with Marion from the production notes, the video interview from MenStyle.fr, the trailer, the poster as well as a picture of Marion behind the microphone to the media sections.
Maybe someone could provide English translations soon? That’d be awesome. In the meantime a short summary. We learn that Marion was intrigued by the project as soon as she heard about it. She was approached while filming ‘Le dernier vol‘ in the Sahara. She’s done some diving herself and was amazed by the wonders of the ocean. According to her watching ‘Voyage sous les mers 3d‘ will feel like a real dive.
• La voix du film : Entretien avec Marion Cotillard
002 Voyage sous les mers 3D (Trailer & interview)
Wow! Yesterday, August 17, Marion Cotillard along with Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page were busy shooting scenes for ‘Inception‘ in Paris, France. According to ComingSoon.net this took place around the Pont de Bir-Hakeim, a bridge that crosses the Seine River. They also put up a ton of pictures and it seems that Marion did 2 different scenes. One getting involved in a fight with Leonardo & Ellen’s characters and one kissing Leonardo. Marion Cotillard plays Lisa Hastley, the wife of Leonardo’s character.
This is a project that apart from the IMDb has also been widely reported in the Portuguese media. ‘Mistérios de Lisboa‘, the novel by famous author Camilo Castelo Branco, is being made into a film and a television mini-series by Chile’s leading director Raoul Ruiz. Marion Cotillard is reportedly in negotiations to be part of the project while Laetitia Casta, Melvil Poupaud, Adriano Luz and José Afonso Pimentel among many others have already been confirmed.
One of the biggest names in worldwide cinema, Raoul Ruiz, returns to Portugal to film Mysteries of Lisbon. Ruiz’s ninth project shot in our country (Portugal), is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by one of the greatest authors of Portuguese literature: Camilo Castelo Branco. This ambitious project, shot mainly in Lisbon during the fall of 2009, anticipates a recreation of the city at the end of the 18th century, and beginning of the 19th century, an adaptation by Carlos Saboga that will result in a film and a television series.
(thanks Mariana for the translation)
Filming is also supposed to take place in France and Brazil. The book is one of Camilo Castelo Branco’s early novels and was origininally written for a local paper in the style of a novella, with each chapter enticing the reader to continue unravelling the mysteries. It has been described as a “romance of the imagination” in the style of Victor Hugo.
Synopsis (of the novel):
This narrative account of two stories that mingle and fuse,because the story of Peter can only be counted if not to forget Father Dinis. Peter is an orphan of father and mother and be educated by a priest. The biggest regret of Peter is the condition of orphans and that is so poor. But Peter is not an orphan, much less poor, is the fruit of a forbidden love and reason of a great tragedy. You son of a major Portuguese families. It spent a lot of money for he died at birth, but spent even more so that he lived. Lived, knew the truth, that has even more sad. He was orphaned, and no longer saw the death of the mother and those who most loved.
Who was the father Dinis? Someone who brought it with hope, traveled the world to life, peace and death. Father Dinis was poet, was beggar, and condemn missionary, gave his life forever and always bring death. This timeless novel is a tragedy that crosses generations, which reveals deep secrets such as the decline of humanity. Illegitimate children have to die, duels of honor, sick persecution, fortune
(thanks to forum member DJLove for the translation
Probability: This is a project which seems to really be happening in the near future. Everything’s set for a November start of filming. In the first update (July 30) about the project on the production company’s website they said they were still in negotiations with Marion Cotillard, however in another, more recent update (August 5), her name’s simply listed among the rest of the cast. Let’s hope that this means those negotiations went well and that her filming schedule for ‘Mistérios de Lisboa‘ was arranged in a way as not to interfere with the shooting of ‘Inception‘. Marion has always said she’d love to work anywhere in the world, so to have a part in a Portuguese production would clearly be thrilling for her.
Another film rumour originating from the IMDb. It’s a movie called ‘Second Coming‘, wich would be writer/director Nenad Cicin-Sain’s movie debut. Marion Cotillard would star as Galia and Mark Ruffalo as John Zener. Marion Cotillard is also listed as Executive Producer for this film.
Actor John Zener becomes an even bigger media obsession after releasing a controversial film on the Second Coming of Christ. This obsession results in the death of his wife and daughter in a paparazzi-caused accident forcing John to question for the first time the choices he has made. Teetering between delusion and sanity, John embarks on a journey through NYC, France and Spain to free himself of everything that symbolized his former life. It is through his journey that John finds transcendence and embraces the empathy that was missing in his life.
Probability: Again, I’ve found no outside sources to confirm this but the fact that Marion’s also listed as executive producer gives it more credibility.