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Marion on Michelle Williams in ‘My Week with Marilyn’

SAG Preview 2011: Actors on Actors

• Source: Variety

Behind NY Times' Oscar Portfolio Shoot

UK’s The Guardian quoted great photographers on how they found new ways to shoot some of the world’s most photographed stars.

“We shot Marion ­Cotillard in Montauk, New York. She was up for an Oscar for La Vie En Rose. An assistant was holding my legs – I was hanging off a cliff. Looking at the ­photograph, you feel like you’re there. You can taste the wind and smell the ocean. You can see in her eyes how windy it was. All the elements of nature are in this, plus her sincerity and beauty.” – Ryan McGinley

This picture together with over 250 other photographs is featured in the book (448 pages) The New York Times ­Magazine Photographs, released last Friday.

Marion Cotillard spotted at Chateau Marmont

Posted by The Telegraph‘s Celia Walden last Thursday in an article about fashion at award shows and style in general:

With French women it’s the poise that grates… I decide this as I watch Marion Cotillard gliding about the Chateau Marmont restaurant in denim hotpants apparently bought from Baby Gap.

Style – as discussed – can be bought, learnt or imposed, intelligence is generally agreed to be a quaint, outmoded value, but poise – you either have it or you don’t. Cotillard has it, and from the way she’s walking around being thin all over the patio, she knows it.

Just as my companion and I – pink with envy – are about to drag our gazes away from the Oscar-winning actress, Cotillard reaches into a Moses basket, retrieves a perfect, Petit Bateau-clad, three-month-old child and starts burping it while ordering coffee and conducting a business meeting. “Maybe it’s not hers,” attempts my friend lugubriously. “Maybe,” I nod. “Maybe.”

John Cameron Mitchell about Marion

In France’s Tétû magazine from March 25, director John Cameron Mitchell is being asked about his connection to Marion Cotillard. Abov my translation

Marion’s Message to Japan

Marion’s Message to Japan

ELLE Japan published many messages of support sent in by celebrities to the people of Japan after disaster struck their country. Among them a particularly heartwarming message by Marion Cotillard:

Man is so weak against the uprising of nature, but man is also a force of that nature.
Your courage and life will bring this beautiful country called Japan to bloom again.
I’m thinking of you constantly.
I’m sharing your pain, we’re all sharing it.
I’m sending you all my love.

• Source: Elle Japon (Translation by myself)

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