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I don’t think I updated about this last year but I did in 2008 and 2007. Marion Cotillard is featured on the Most Beautiful Faces list for the 9th time – this year at #12. This is an international list and is different from your usual Sexiest… lists. Camilla Belle, Emma Watson and Tamsin Egerton occupy the first 3 spots. See the full list here.
You know Marion Cotillard has made it big when she gets a shout-out on Glee – the US hit TV series. In Tuesday’s episode 7 of the second series the characters Kurt and Blaine try to talk about something Mercedes wold be interested in as well:
Kurt: Let’s play a game! On the count of 3, we’ll all say our favorite 2010 Vogue cover! 1… 2… 3!
Kurt + Blaine (together): MARION COTILLARD!
Blaine: Oh my god, yes!
Blaine: Yes yes yes! She’s amazing!
• Watch on YouTube
Today Vogue also released the Special Edition: Best Dressed of the Year and Marion is on the list – don’t forget to vote for her look!
2010 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards
January 15, 2010
Whether it’s sleek chic or cyberfantasy, silver-screen Hollywood glamour or Holly Woodlawn camp, whether it’s East End edge or East Egg flapper dazzle, from head (artful marcel waves, tumbled-out-of-bed tousle, or candy-floss high-rise) to toe (ballet slippers with dirndls or platforms with ball gowns), the ten individualists whom Vogue celebrates as the Best Dressed of 2010 are gamely rewriting the rules. Or rather, showing us all that there are no rules beyond staying true to oneself.
Added loads of scans from 2010 magazine features about Marion Cotillard to the gallery. Many thanks to Elmira and Kelly for most of these.
One of the clippings is from a January Australian InStyle issue and their “20 Best Dressed Women of 2009″ list where Marion came in on #2.
“Just dreamy. There’s something incredibly whimsical about her; unabashedly intelligent, yet feminine too.”
- Kerrie McCallum (In Style editor)
The full list was:
1. Diane Kruger 2. Marion Cotillard 3. Sienna Miller 4. Kate Winslet 5. Victoria Beckham 6. Rose Byrne 7. Angelina Jolie 8. Gwyneth Paltrow 9. Anne Hathaway 10. Chloe Sevigny 11. Kate Moss 12. Miranda Kerr 13. Blake Lively 14. Abbie Cornish 15. Camilla Belle 16. Dannii Minogue 17. Cate Blanchett 18. Carla Bruni 19. Scarlett Johansson 20. Sarah Jessica Parker (many thanks Kelly)
France’s Premiere Magazine started the online surveys for their annual Public Awards. Voting for the first category Most Glamourous Star of 2009 has already finished and Marion came in first:
1. Marion Cotillard 2.75 points out of 4
2. Ashley Green 2.5 points out of 4
3. Blake Lively 2.34 points out of 4
4. Megan Fox, Diane Kruger, AnnaLynne McCord, 2.07 points out of 4
7. Leighton Meester 1.99 points out of 4
8. Mélanie Laurent 1.93 points out of 4
9. Rihanna 1.69 points out of 4
10. Sienna Miller 1.56 points out of 4
TIME charts the highs and lows of the past year in 50 wide-ranging lists under the title The Top 10 Everything of 2009. Marion Cotillard is featured on the Top 10 Movie Performances List for her performance in ‘Nine‘:
5. Marion Cotillard as Luisa Contini in Nine
The actresses in Nine, Rob Marshall’s musical drama based on Federico Fellini’s 8½, come alive when they sing. Penélope Cruz, Judi Dench, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren and (wow) Fergie all lend their solo turns knowing eroticism and high snazz. But Cotillard, as the wife of a desperate filmmaker (Daniel Day-Lewis) is in command of her character whether she’s singing, speaking or just staring darts at her philandering mate. Pain rarely seemed so proud, or hurt so regal, as in Cotillard’s rendition of the ballad “My Husband Makes Movies.” The actress’s showy turn as Edith Piaf in La vie en rose earned her an Oscar. Here, she’s simpler, deeper, better.
Marion Cotillard’s upcoming film ‘Public Enemies‘ may contrary to rumours not get screened at the Cannes Film Festival but it will get a special world premiere at the 15th Annual Los Angeles Film Festival (June 18-28) ahead of its US release date July 1: it has just been announced that ‘Public Enemies‘ has been selected as Centerpiece Premiere. (source)
And Film.com lists Marion #8 in their “Top 10 Girls of Summer 2009″ list due to her role in the blockbuster by acclaimed director Michael Mann:
8. Marion Cotillard needed something huge to capitalize on her out-of-nowhere tour de force as sozzled songbird Edith Piaf in La Vie on Rose. Indie director Abel Ferrara’s Jesus-themed 2008 ego trip Mary was emphatically not what Marion needed. But as the gal pal of gangster John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) in Michael Mann’s opus Public Enemies, she may break out of the Gallic ghetto and into Hollywood proper. Will her feminine charm help give man’s man Mann what he needs to finally make a big-screen hit? We’re betting yes.
Well, Mary is really a 2005 production that just took a long time to be released in the States…
For yesterday’s international Women’s Day, Reader’s Digest conducted a survey for their magazine Sélection. From January 14 to 16, 2009 they asked 3,755 people in France who they thought symbolizes best the woman of the beginning of the century. Rachida Dati, Sophie Marceau and Claire Chazal claimed the first 3 spots. According to the survey the 21st century’s woman is independent, responsible and dynamic. Among the group of women from politics, journalism, acting, nobel prize winners and more Marion Cotillard came in 12th.
After browsing a ton of blogs and websites talking about Oscar fashion I can say that the majority of people loved Marion Cotillard’s dress. It has to be said however, that she also appeared on a number of worst dressed lists. Either people seem to love or hate her dress.
Fact is however that style authority Vogue named Marion one of the “Vogue’s Ten Best Dressed” in their Special Edition for the Oscars. She appears on number 5. The full list: Nicole Kidman, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Biel, Tina Fey, Marion Cotillard, Natalie Portman, Rachel Weisz, Penelope Cruz, Freido Pinto and Angelina Jolie.