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Nov 2012
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from The New York Times / by Kristin Hohenadel By KRISTIN HOHENADEL MARION COTILLARD was barefaced and sleepy eyed. “I just woke up,” she said, and did not quite stifle a yawn as she ordered room-temperature still water in a restaurant across from Central Park. Marion Cotillard in her Oscar-winning role as Édith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose.” She said she had trouble shaking the part for months afterward,

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Nov 2012
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from Hypable / by James Bean Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard has become one of the most coveted names in Hollywood, due in part to her natural beauty and intrigue, but mostly because of her so-good-that-it’s-not-even-fair-to-other-actresses level of natural talent. Cotillard has earned a reputation for choosing her roles carefully, so any project lucky enough to earn the right to plaster her name on the poster normally carries a certain amount

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Nov 2012
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from Belfast Newsletter (UK) / by Shereen Low Growing up, Marion Cotillard thought breaking into Hollywood was a far-fetched dream. Being an actress is magical, though, she tells SHEREEN LOW Marion Cotillard has had the life most actresses can only dream of. NOT only has she successfully conquered Hollywood, she’s made history as the first – and so far only – winner of a best actress Academy Award for a

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Nov 2012
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from Vulture / by Jamie Sharpe In Rust & Bone, Marion Cotillard plays a ­killer-whale trainer who loses her legs when one of her orca routines goes tragically wrong. It’s an intense scene in an intense movie. But what’s truly noteworthy is that the routine-gone-wrong is conducted to Katy Perry’s “Firework.” Honestly. And so at last night’s Cinema Society screening, Vulture asked Cotillard what she thought of the song choice.

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Nov 2012
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from Interview Magazine (US) / by Nathan Reese Last night, the stars of French drama Rust and Bone—including the inimitable Marion Cotillard—gathered at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema Theater in New York City for a screening of Jacques Audiard’s lyrical new drama. Presented by The Cinema Society, along with Dior, for whom Cotillard is the current face, the event featured attendees including Helena Christensen, Olivier Theyskens, Debbie Harry, and Game of