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Nov 2011
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SAG Preview 2011: Actors on Actors • Source: Variety

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Oct 2011
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UK’s The Guardian quoted great photographers on how they found new ways to shoot some of the world’s most photographed stars. “We shot Marion ­Cotillard in Montauk, New York. She was up for an Oscar for La Vie En Rose. An assistant was holding my legs – I was hanging off a cliff. Looking at the ­photograph, you feel like you’re there. You can taste the wind and smell the

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Oct 2011
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‘Un goût de rouille et d’os‘ (Rust and Bones) co-star Matthias Schoenarts recently won the Best Actor prize at the Flanders Film Awards in Belgium for his role in ‘Rundskop‘. Cinevox.be interviewed him about his upcoming projects. He revealed that he got the male lead role in Jacques Audiard’s ‘Un goût de rouille et d’os‘ after several auditions and that he’s done 6 weeks of rehearsals with Marion Cotillard in

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Sep 2011
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Posted by The Telegraph‘s Celia Walden last Thursday in an article about fashion at award shows and style in general: With French women it’s the poise that grates… I decide this as I watch Marion Cotillard gliding about the Chateau Marmont restaurant in denim hotpants apparently bought from Baby Gap. Style – as discussed – can be bought, learnt or imposed, intelligence is generally agreed to be a quaint, outmoded

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May 2011
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After a few French interviews, here’s an article in English about actresses in Hollywood who don’t have English as their first language. Marion Cotillard is mentioned throughout and there seem to be a few new quotes: • One foot’s in Hollywood, the other’s in Europe, Los Angeles Times, May 11 Thanks to Oliver.G.Byrne I added English translations of two of Marion’s recent in-depth French interviews. Many thanks for your hard