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Sep 2012
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from TIME Style & Design (US) / by Marcia DeSanctis Sheathed in fall’s signature mauves, burgundies and dusty pinks, Marion Cotillard is radiant in this season’s commanding yet feminine silhouettes As a child growing up in the bucolic Loire Valley, Marion Cotillard didn’t covet her mother’s high heels. “I wore a lot of my father’s clothes as a kid, even though most of the time it was a disaster,” she

Sep 2012
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from (Middle East) / by James Levy There is major Oscar buzz surrounding Marion Cotillard’s raw performance in Rust and Bone as a killer whale trainer who loses her legs. Here, the French actress talks to us about the challenges of playing the role and juggling her career and motherhood. How did your experience on the movie influence your attitude to life and to your own body? I always

Sep 2012
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from The Hollywood Reporter / by Scott Feinberg The actress could become only the fifth woman to earn multiple Oscar nominations for performances given in a foreign language. TELLURIDE, Colo. — Jacques Audiard’s French-language drama Rust and Bone, which stars French Oscar winner Marion Cotillard and Belgian up-and-comer Matthias Schoenaerts, had its North American premiere Saturday night. Cotillard was in town — after taking four flights to get from Paris

Sep 2012
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from / by Kristopher Tapley TELLURIDE – Actress Marion Cotillard didn’t really explode onto the domestic film stage until “La Vie en Rose,” but what a coming out it was. She managed to win an Oscar that few (ahem) saw coming and transformed that newfound respect and goodwill into a thriving Hollywood career, but it was hardly an overnight success story. Cotillard had already seen plenty of success in

Aug 2012
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from New York Magazine – The Cut / by Jada Yuan While some women take a militant stance against Botox, 36-year-old French actress Marion Cotillard says the subject merely makes her feel blue. A self-described “injection phobic,” she’s never had any procedures done, but she won’t judge others who feel differently — well, for the most part. She sat down with us recently to discuss her latest projects, and shared