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Aug 2012
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from Vulture / by Jada Yuan You saw her in this summer’s very American blockbuster, The Dark Knight Rises. But come fall, Marion Cotillard will be getting buzz for playing a double-­amputee killer-whale trainer (yes, a double-amputee killer-whale trainer) in Jacques Audiard’s très français drama Rust and Bone. Jada Yuan spoke to the actress for New York magazine’s “Fall Preview” issue. Vulture got its hands on the complete transcript; highlights,

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Aug 2012
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from New York Magazine (US) / by Jada Yuan Neither Steven Soderbergh nor Batman could take the french out of Marion Cotillard. Marion Cotillard could easily forsake French cinema. Since getting an Oscar for her tragic portrayal of Edith Piaf in 2007’s La Vie en Rose, she’s won over a string of powerful American directors, from Steven Soderbergh (Contagion) to Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris). Christopher Nolan, who cast her

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Aug 2012
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from Vogue / by Tom Shone Starring in Christopher Nolan’s superhero blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises and partner Guillaume Canet’s ensemble piece, Little White Lies, Marion Cotillard proves she’s that rare creature – a French siren with Hollywood appeal. There are two Marion Cotillards. Talk to those who have worked with her and they will testify to her laserlike determination, her relentless drive in pursuit of a role – the

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Aug 2012
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from Elle (South Africa) / by Anne Diatkine Marion Cotillard shines in an unusual new cinematic love story – and in a life filled with a calm contentment A fresh breeze blows through the streets of New York. Hats are bought and blown away, scarves are tied and sweaters layered to perfection as we drive through Broadway in Manhattan to meet Oscar-winning actress [as Edith Piaf in 2007’s La Vie

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Aug 2012
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from Marie Claire (UK) / by Harvey Marcus Overcoming a childhood racked with insecurities, Marion Cotillard has grown into one of the most celebrated actresses on the planet. What changed? She fell in love Without mentioning names, there are certain actresses whose success only serves to prompt more questions about how they actually came about their stardom. During interviews they’ll explain away their careers by vacantly punching at familiar pre-programmed