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Topic - Marion Cotillard
Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard (koh-tee-YAR') has taken home the pudding pot after being honored as woman of the year by Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard has been named the 2013 Harvard University Hasty Pudding Theatricals Woman of the Year.
Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard (koh-tee-YAR') has been named the 2013 Harvard University Hasty Pudding Theatricals' Woman of the Year.
Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard were Dior Haute Couture twins on Sunday night's Golden Globe red carpet.
Performances of rare and enduring power fuel "Rust and Bone," the story of a chronically unemployed bare-knuckle street fighter and a marine mammal trainer maimed in a grievous mishap who find in each other companionship and some version of love.
Merely the premise of "Rust and Bone" sounds uncomfortably maudlin: A wayward single father and part-time fighter falls into an unexpected romance with a beautiful whale trainer who's just lost both her legs below the knee in a freak accident. Both must undergo drastic transformations that render them as vulnerable as newborn babies. Both are literally and metaphorically broken and must help each other heal.
It's possible French actress Marion Cotillard could have been replaced as a love interest for Christian Bale's Batman in the movie "The Dark Knight Rises"
It's possible French actress Marion Cotillard could have been replaced as a love interest for Christian Bale's Batman in the movie "The Dark Knight Rises."
Jacques Audiard is on a quest to revive the B movie.
Jacques Audiard's new movie features poverty, bare-knuckle fighting and a killer whale attack. The French director says it's a sunny romance.
This isn't your father's Caped Crusader.
French actress Marion Cotillard received threatening emails and videos from a New York City woman through a fan website, law enforcement officials said.
Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard (Mah-ree-OHN Ko-tee-YAR) and her partner _ actor-director Guillaume Canet (Gee-YOM Ka-NAY) _ are parents.
Marion Cotillard will serve on the board of Wayne Enterprises, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is joining the Gotham City police force in "The Dark Knight Rises."
"It's not easy to distinguish yourself in a film with eye-popping visuals, a plot so convoluted decades from now we'll still be trying to figure it out, and a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael Caine, Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ken Watanabe and Thomas Hardy.
"On the whole when I read a script ... I immediately understand the character," she told journalists at the festival Thursday.
Cotillard admitted to being apprehensive about the role of a troubled and enigmatic woman who must rebuild her life after losing her legs.