Presumably before or after the “La Fête du Cinema” Cocktail Lunch Marion also recorded an interview with French TV channel TF1. It aired during the evening news of July 1. I added captures and a clip. The audio is unfortunately out of sync with the video towards the end, but I couldn’t do a better job. Sorry.
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Thanks to Paolo we have the full clip & lovely screencaptures of the long Marion Cotillard interview Canal+ aired this past Sunday as part of their Rencontres de Cinéma series. Enjoy!
If someone has time to provide a translated transcript you’re most welcome to do so as I have no time at all! Thank you!
I added the screencaptures and a clip of Marion Cotillard’s lovely & funny appearance on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson last Monday night. Enjoy!
I’ve added the new clips for the Olivier Dahan directed short film ‘The Lady Noire Affair‘ as well as the previous clips for the Peter Lindbergh photographed Paris campaign – all for Lady Dior – to the video archive. Some new Lady Noire stills also made their way into the gallery as well as the screencaptures of course. Enjoy!
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I’ve finally added the clip of Marion Cotillard’s interview on “Le grand journal”, which took place May 18, 2009 during the Cannes Film Festival. Not only that but you can also find HQ screencaptures of the interview as well as an English translation. I hope the translation really conveys the meaning of what was said on TV.
Marion-related material & information just doesn’t stop coming in these days, eh? Well, I’m not complaining! You can view the brand new trailer for Marion’s upcoming musical ‘Nine‘ on Apple.com.
“NINE” is a vibrant and provocative musical that follows the life of world famous film director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) as he reaches a creative and personal crisis of epic proportion, while balancing the numerous women in his life including his wife (Marion Cotillard), his mistress (Penelope Cruz), his film star muse (Nicole Kidman), his confidant and costume designer (Judi Dench), an American fashion journalist (Kate Hudson), the whore from his youth (Fergie) and his mother (Sophia Loren). The film is directed by Rob Marshall (CHICAGO). The original 1982 Broadway production of “NINE,” with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, won five Tony Awards including Best Musical.
Universal Pictures recently released a second, an international trailer for ‘Public Enemies‘ starring Johnny Depp, Christian Bale and of course Marion Cotillard. I’ve added the trailer as well as screencaptures to the media parts of the site.
If anyone comes across a better version of the trailer for bigger screencaptures please don’t hesitate to tell me, thanks!
I’ve diligently transferred all the existing video clips of Marion at public appearances from the old to the new archive – bringing the total count in the new archive to 110. I’ve also added 4 new clips: 2006 Cannes Festival, 2007 Hollywood Awards Interview (by a rather ignorant reporter…) and 2009 Oscars Backstage & Red Carpet.
And here’s the transcript of what Marion said to Kate Winslet during the recent Oscar ceremony:
Kate Winslet, with each new role you continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Your brilliant performance in “The Reader” encompasses all the qualities that have always drawn us to you: passion, vulnerability and extraordinary depth. As your character move through time, love and the most dire of circumstances we, as your audience Kate, never lose a connection to you. This is yet another unforgettable portrait from one of our most gifted actresses and one of our most inspiring. Thank you!
And something cute I found online:
Fresh off her emotional acceptance speech, best actress Oscar winner Kate Winslet was still shaking when she came backstage.
“Oh my God. Oh my god. Did I make any sense?” she asked presenter Marion Cotillard.
“Totally. Don’t worry,” Cotillard, last year’s winner, told her.
“I’ve got to phone my kids,” Winslet, still shaking, said as she headed toward a hallway.
Remember last October, how we posted that one of Marion’s first roles would air on TV? Ever helpful Paolo recorded Théo La Tendresse for us and now, half a year later, I finally added screencaptures and 3 clips with Marion Cotillard as Laura, protagonist Théo’s daughter.
Tonight, Marion Cotillard’s movie debut – the 1994 movie L’histoire du garçon qui voulait qu’on l’embrasse (Die Geschichte des Jungen, der geküsst werden wollte) – will air on German TV chain ARD at 1.45am. Hopefully, we’ll be able to provide caps of this as well.
I came across another music video with Marion Cotillard. Back in April 1990 a 14 year old Marion could be seen in the music video Petite Fille by French punk rock/psychobilly band Les Wampas. Back then the music video was quite popular and aired often on French TV chain M6. The video clip is a bonus on the band’s DVD Les Wampas – Never trust a DVD!
I added screencaptures and the hilarious clip to the media parts of the site. While I was at it I also replaced the caps of Marion in Hawksley Workman’s 2004 music video No Reason To Cry Out Your Eyes (On The Highway Tonight) with better ones and added both this clip as well as Givin’ Up (2003) to the video archive.
If you know of any other video clips Marion Cotillard appeared in, please don’t hesitate to inform me about them – it’d be much appreciated!
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