Thanks to comingsoon.net we now have the first official poster for Allied! It looks very simple but classy, and once again I’m dying to see the movie.
Allied follows Max Vatan (Brad Pitt) and Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cotillard), two assassins who fall in love during a mission in Casablanca in 1942 to kill a German ambassador. A future together, however, is thrown into tumult when twisty secrets from their pasts cast doubts on their love for each other.
Studio Canal showed first footage of ‘Macbeth‘ during Cannes market earlier this week. To promote the movie they had 2 character posters up – displaying a muddy but fierce Michael Fassbender and a serene but also fierce Marion Cotillard. Somebody took a picture from an angle and the photoshopped posters have been posted all over the internet, e.g. on The Playlist.
Fabulous News! ‘Deux jours, une nuit‘ (Two Days, One Night) by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne and starring Marion Cotillard and Fabrizio Rongione will have its world premiere In Competition at the Cannes Film Festival next month, as announced earlier today. Along with this news there are new movie stills and a trailer giving us a bit of an idea what to expect. Enjoy!
‘The Immigrant‘ has been in French cinemas since November 27 and in parts of Switzerland since December 11. On January 9, 2014 it will be released in Italy as ‘C’era una volta a New York‘ (Once upon a time in New York) and on February 14 in Japan. This brought about new pictures and interviews.
Sofia added new posters for ‘Blood Ties‘ and I added some additional movie stills. All but one are now HQ!
Guillaume Canet and Marion Cotillard attended an advanced screening of the movie in Bordeaux on Tuesday. Check out our Twitter account to see photos of them (re-tweets of people who were lucky enough to be in attendance). Follow ‘Blood Ties’ and director Guillaume Canet on Twitter to stay up to date on where any advance screenings ahead of its October 30 premiere are held (in France).
Rock n' Roll Marion Cotillard15 February 2017
Guillaume Canet is told by a young co-star that he's no longer Rock'n' Roll and he can't sell films anymore. He then tries to prove her wrong and gets help from his wife, Marion Cotillard.