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This information comes from the IMDb messageboards via Nicole’s magic:
The issue is due out on Oct 20. I don’t know if it will actually show up any earlier than that. I think I can safely say that the cover shot features Kidman, Cotillard, Cruz, and Hudson, and I believe is from the earlier Leibovitz beach shoot. It’s a beautiful image.
More from the same IMDb user via Kelly:
There is a lovely black and white spread of all the main women inside the magazine. It is from a different shoot and one I haven’t seen elsewhere. I don’t know if there will be any more, but I did see the cover and that one spread. There, it’s out.
While we’re waiting for the magazine to hit newsstands why don’t you head over to the gallery to look once more at the behind the scenes pictures from said beach shoot.
So far, I spotted New York Lady Dior ads (the first version) in the UK September issues of Elle and Harper’s Bazaar.
Marion Cotillard is also featured in the July issues of US magazines GQ and InStyle.
How Marion Cotillard went from a subtitled French bio-pic about Edith Piaf to starring as Johnny Depp’s moll in ‘Public Enemies’
One way to gauge the seriousness of any newly minted star is to watch what he or she does with all the attention. Two days after accepting an Oscar for her shape-shifting turn as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose—and delivering a speech so adorably gracious it could bump Sally Field from the official Oscar highlight reel—Marion Cotillard ditched the warm glow of Hollywood for a snowbound place where no one cared: a Menominee reservation in Wisconsin, to research her role as John Dillinger’s girl in this month’s gangster bio Public Enemies. The 33-year-old never asked the tribeswomen if they’d seen the Oscars or La Vie en Rose, in which Cotillard conjures Piaf’s fragility and ferocity so unnervingly, even regular Joes were drawn to the subtitled film. She brings the same nuance and energy to Billie Frechette, who was part Menominee, part French, and 100 percent aware of the company she kept. “She knew exactly what she was involved in,” Cotillard says of Frechette, who was married to a convicted robber when she took up with gentleman gangster Dillinger, “but what can you do against love?”
And the google alerts keep coming today! Premiere.fr’s Jean-Marc Morandini reports on his blog (translation by me):
In this “green issue” the Oscar winning actress and long time green activist, proves to be wholeheartedly committed.
She explains why and especially how she fights every day to preserve the planet – she also reveals her struggles and actions as a eco-citizen to protect the environment.
The preview picture promises new gorgeous pictures and I’ll be sure to pick up this magazine as soon as possible!
The official website for the Lady Dior bag – of which Marion Cotillard is the new face – went online earlier this month! Be sure to check it out as it looks absolutely gorgeous and has a few goodies. I’ve added some screenshots as well as the preview of the second ad with Marion on the Eiffel Tower in Paris to the gallery.
The ad is currently appearing in numerous issues of fashion magazines – including French & German Elle & Vogue. I think the ad with Marion’s face close up can actually be seen in the January issue of UK Vogue. If anyone could donate a HQ scan of this (second) print ad? Thanks!
Thanks melaniefan for letting me know about Marion Cotillard being on the cover of free French magazine Neoplanète. None of the pictures are new but the article is really interesting, it’s a new interview about Marion’s take on ecology. I’ve added the relevant pages to the gallery.
The July/August issue of French magazine ‘Psychologies’ features Marion Cotillard on the cover! See. While the picture itself is not new the interview is! Not only is this the first interview with Marion Cotillard after her Oscar win – but as the article implies it will probably remain the only one for the time being. It’s a lovely and informative interview so be sure to check it out! Many thanks for the heads up goes to JV and Ioana.
If anyone would like to work on an English translation of the article for this site’s Press archive, please let me know.