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At yesterday’s press conference the French Academy revealed that this year’s honorary president of the 35th Annual César Awards Ceremony will be Marion Cotillard. Congratulations!
The event will take place on Saturday, February 27, 2010 and will be broadcast live from Théatre du Châtelet on Canal+ as of 9pm.
As we’ve previously reported, Marion Cotillard didn’t attend the 34th César Awards ceremony at the end of February – nor the official gala dinner in the Fouquet restaurant afterwards for that matter.
However, various French websites (e.g. Free Actualités) posted that Marion together with Guillaume Canet around 3am until the early morning hours attended the traditional after party – also known as “La Party” – at Régine’s, organized by the academy, the Chivas Brothers and Albane Cleret. They kept a low profile, refused to pose together for pictures and especially Marion spent a lot of time on the dance floor.
The two of them did however pose with co-host Albane Cleret separately, as can be seen on Jalou Gallery.
I added a total of 94 regular quality pictures to almost all of 2009′s event albums.
Also I would like to remind everyone that tomorrow the 34th César Ceremony is taking place in Paris. As last year’s winner of the Best Actress césar it is very likely that Marion will be attending and/or presenting. Canal+ is airing the show as of 8.50pm MET. And apparently as of 9pm MET we will all be able to watch it live on CanalPlus.Fr..
I am not sure whether I will be able to record anything as my computer is acting weird lately whenever I’m dealing with media files. Could anyone watch out for Marion on the red carpet and during the ceremony and provide clips for this site? Thank you very much.
[edit Feb 27:] I couldn’t get that direct link to play but from what I’ve been able to gather on the live blog Marion Cotillard was absent from tonight’s Césars Ceremony despite having reportedly returned to France earlier this week (thanks Gemma for the link). I’m sure she’s taking a well deserved break before filming for her first leading role since La Vie en Rose starts in little over a week from now: Aviator Chubbie Miller searching for her fiancé in the much awaited Sahara-set adventure-romantic drama “Le Dernier vol de Lancaster” by Karim Dridi opposite Guillaume Canet. Filming starts March 9 and will mostly take place in the Moroccan desert.