Marion Cotillard is once again featured in the latest Dior campaign for Lady Dior, Spring 2015. Shot by Peter Lindbergh at the Salk Institute in California, the campaign features Marion clad in some futuristic outfits in a desert of solar panels.
According to hollywoodlife.com:
Marion didn’t just pose for pictures, but she is also starring in a campaign film that is slated to debut on Diormag.com on April 8.
So let’s stay tuned and see what other stunning surprises are reserved!
I have added the Print Ads to the gallery as well as screen captures of the making of of this shoot. You can find the short video below:
According to Universal France, Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet will lend their voices to the villains Scarlett and Herb Overkill in the upcoming animation film Minions. Sandra Bullock and Jon Hamm give those characters their voices in the English spoken version. The film will release July 10 in the United States and July 8 in France.
I found a trailer for the French version with Marion’s character in it. She has disguised her voice a bit but you can hear it here and then when she speaks… I think?
On the 4th and 5th of March, and after two performances earlier in both Monaco and Toulouse, Marion took to the stage in Paris, to give life to Joan of Arc, in an oratorio she had performed twice before in 2005 and 2012, Jeanne d’Arc Au Bûcher by Honegger. The performance was slightly different than those of the previous years. The oratorio was staged like a play instead of having the actors speak their lines in front of the orchestra.
There were costumes, more actors than the previous ones and even the stake was present in this version. Directed by Côme de Bellescize, the oratorio counts with beautiful music and angelic voices from the choir as Marion delivers her lines. I was lucky enough to see it on the 4th of March and sit insanely close to the stage and I can tell you it was beyond stunning. Marion delivered a beautiful performance, as did everyone else involved, the entire thing gave me chills. Bravo to all involved!
The oratorio goes to New York in June and Marion will be performing it four nights in a row. If you can, don’t miss it. It’s truly a brilliant experience.
I have added photos of the performance to the gallery and found an interview Marion Cotillard gave while performing in Toulouse in February. Be sure to check it out.
072 Theatre > Jeanne D’Arc au Bûcher – Paris 2015
Apologies for the delays in updates these days, I have been incredibly busy with work and don’t have as much time as I’d like to keep the site updated on the go. But I’ll keep bringing you all the latest news on Marion, so do bear with me.
As you know, this past weekend was awards weekend in Hollywood, and Marion Cotillard was present at several events throughout.
February the 20th, the 40th edition of the annual Cesar Awards was held at Theatre du Châtelet in Paris. Marion was nominated in the Best Actress category for Two Days, One Night but didn’t win. She attended the event with her partner, Guillaume Canet, who also nominated in the category of best actor. Marion wore a Dior ensemble designed by Raff Simmons, which had been presented at the last Fashion week in Paris. She was also the one to present Sean Penn with the honour Cesar that night.
On February 21, Marion flew to Los Angeles to attend the Independent Spirit Awards. Although nominated for Best Actress for Two Days, One Night, it was Julianne Moore who took the award. She wore Valentino to this event. On the same night, the Weinstein Company held a dinner for Academy Award Nominees, which Marion Cotillard attended in a short simple Dior.
Finally, Marion wore a white Dior gown to the Academy Awards which was somewhat comparable to the one she wore in 2008 by Gaultier. Same colour and tail on the dress. She has gotten mixed reviews for the look but most of them have been very positive. I thought she looked quite beautiful. Marion was a presenter at the ceremony, presenting the duo Tegan and Sara who performed the nominated song “Everything is Awesome” from the movie Lego. She then changed her dress for the Vanity Fair Oscar party and wore a Giambattista Valli outfit.
I have updated the gallery with tons of high quality photos from all of these events so be sure to take a look.
Aside from the photos added to public appearances, I’ve also added two new shoots. The first one for Variety, taken at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in January and one portrait by Mar Seliger taken at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. Enjoy!
133 Events in 2015 > 40th Cesar Awards
060 Events in 2015 > 38th Independent Spirit Awards
008 Events in 2015 > The Weinstein’s Company Academy Awards Nominees Dinner
107 Events in 2015 > 87th Annual Academy Awards
005 Events in 2015 > 87h Annual Academy Awards Governor’s Ball
026 Events in 2015 > Vanity Fair Oscar Party
001 Portraits > 2015 > Variety
001 Portraits > 2015 > Vanity Fair Oscar Portraits
Marion Cotillard has spent the past two days in Manila, in the Philippines accompanying French President François Hollande in a visit to the country to support actions against climate change. Marion has since long been an activist for climate change and has worked with Greenpeace for a few years now. She joined the efforts of Greenpeace in Philippines and spoke in support of better measures against climate change and for environment protection.
We want to share our thoughts on the issues of climate change. It’s not just the climate change but the survival of the millions of people on this planet. [The] Philippines of course, is one of the first countries which are aware that something should be done.
I have added photos of the event to the gallery:
There’s also a video of Marion’s speech on Thursday night. The video is unfortunately in French, I will try to translate it as soon as possible: