Guest Appearance on Comedy Series ‘Platane’
In the beginning of 2011 the new comedy series ‘Platane‘ written by Éric Judor will start airing on Canal+. There will be 12 30-minute episodes. Many stars will be making a guest appearance, including Marion Cotillard, Monica Bellucci, Guillaume Canet, Gilles Lellouche, Matthieu Almaric, Vicent Cassel, Clotilde Coureau and Pierre Richard. Main actors will be Éric Judor, Jean-Baptiste Shelmerdine, Arnaud Henriet, Romain Berger, Hafid Ferdjioui and Ramzy. What is it all about?
One sad evening, Eric crashes into a tree – at 70 km/h. After a year in a coma while his comrade Ramzy’s landed a hit with “HP” (sequel to the “H” series), Eric has a revelation: he will get into Arthouse Cinema to prove that he can make a serious, profound and moving film. Despite general skepticism, he decides to write a sequel to “La Môme” (La Vie en Rose) and call it: “La Môme 2.0 Next Generation.” Surrounded by a production team with unproven skills, his clingy friend squatting at his place and rejected by the woman he attempts to win back… Will Eric find the strength to successfully complete this ambitious project which could forever change the image of French cinema?
Already the description sounds hilarious, can’t wait to hear more!
• TéléObs.com & PurePeople (translation by myself)
Lady Grey London Screencaptures & Making Of
LadyDior.com was updated with the fourth and last chapter of the Lady Dior story at midnight. There’s the high quality version of the full-length movie as well as a Making Of! Be sure to visit the site!
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 Replaced some of the Behind the Scenes pictures with better versions thanks to Sairentu
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Watch full-length Lady Grey
Vogue Paris tweeted a link to the full-length Dior movie Lady Grey! It’s absolutely breathtaking! Watch it NOW!.
Inception Extraction Mode
Not getting much time to cap the extras of ‘Inception‘ and keeping up with all the news. But here are some lovely shots of Marion during the various behind the scenes clips that you’ll see when you watch ‘Inception‘ in Extraction Mode.
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Behind the Scenes of Lady Grey
Only one more day until the new Dior short movie ‘Lady Grey‘ goes online! While we’re waiting some lovely pics from the making of the movie.
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More Pictures from Marrakech
I added more pictures from Friday to the Opening Ceremony album and created a second for the Royal Dinner which took place afterwards and where they actually met Prince Moulay Rachid. Marion Cotillard was not only sitting next to Guillaume Canet – she was also placed next to Keanu Reeves during the ceremony.
Yesterday, Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet attended the Dior Gala Dinner as well as the Tribute to French Cinema. All the French actors and directors – 50 people led by Costa Gavras and Catherine Deneuve – were assembled on stage after Martin Scorsese’s speech. More pictures and videos tomorrow!
‘La Môme‘ (La Vie en Rose) – one of the 75 French films made during the last 30 years shown at the festival – will be screened on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 10pm at the cinema Megarama Salle 3.
10th Marrakech International Film Festival – Opening Ceremony
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‘Inception’ Blu-ray Screencaptures
Yesterday, ‘Inception‘ was released on DVD and Blu-Ray in parts of Europe a few days ahead of the US and UK. I added high quality screencaptures of Marion Cotillard as Mal. Enjoy!
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Marrakech Film Festival is open
Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet arrived in Morocco on Thursday and attended the vernissage of the exhibition The Chamooo Thoery at the David Bloch gallery (source). And yesterday they attended the opening ceremony of the 10th Marrakech International Film Festival. Marion was wearing her hair all curly and a Christian Dior Spring 2011 gown. She also shook hands with Prince Moulay Rachid.
Today, there will be a Dior gala dinner and the Tribute to French Cinema – ‘La Môme‘ (La Vie en Rose) will be part of the retrospective.
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Satellite Award Nomination
Marion Cotillard was nominated by International Press Academy for a Satellite Award for her performance in ‘Inception‘. Inception garnered 11 nominations, including Motion Picture (Drama), Best Director, and Best Actor for Leonardo diCaprio. Congratulations! The winners will be announced Sunday, December 19, 2010.
Actress in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams, “The Fighter”
Marion Cotillard, “Inception”
Anne-Marie Duff, “Nowhere Boy”
Vanessa Redgrave, “Letters to Juliet”
Rosamund Pike, “Barney’s Version”
Kristin Scott Thomas, “Nowhere Boy”
Jacki Weaver, “Animal Kingdom”
Dianne Wiest, “Rabbit Hole”
See the full list of nominees on IndieWire.com.
Actors on Actors by Variety
Variety again put up their section “Actors on Actors” as part of their award season special. There’s one where Marion Cotillard gushes about Nicole Kidman.
• Marion Cotillard on Nicole Kidman in ‘Rabbit Hole’, Variety, November 29, 2010
felt what she felt. I cried with her. I understood every fragment of her inner disaster and the way she survived. Nicole is at the same time a rough and a cut diamond. She has a very simple and direct way to enter your heart. She shares her emotion in the most generous way. She is simply one of the world’s best actresses.
• Source Variety
And one where Kevin Spacey talks about Leonoardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard:
Leonardo DiCaprio. I thought his work in ‘Inception’ was really great. His work in ‘Shutter Island’ was also great. And anytime he’s onscreen with Marion Cotillard is extraordinary. She, also, is incredible. Their relationship is so much the heart of that film — everything he was trying to shift and change so that the ending would be different. It’s remarkable. And it’s such a complex story. If you left that movie to go get popcorn or take a pee, you were screwed.
• Source Variety