Hi everyone! I have changed the look of the website with Claudia‘s help (thank you so much, Claudia!) as I was growing a little tired of the old one. The gallery also has a new look to go with the website. I hope you guys like it as much as I do! I am still working on different areas of the site such as the career and film pages and I am also sorting out all the press so I can stack it up neatly in an archive for better access. I have moved our video section to youtube as the videos took up too much space on the website and I will be uploading all the old videos to our youtube account so don’t forget to subscribe.
Adding to that, there will be a lot of scans coming in the next few months from old magazines that Mia collected and so kindly sent to me, as well as updates whenever Marion is up to something. Next stop should be Cannes, so excited for that! Enjoy!
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