Marion Cotillard

"I don't think you learn how to act. You learn how to use your emotions and feelings."

Born in Paris on September 30, 1975, Marion Cotillard is the daughter of Jean-Claude Cotillard, an actor, playwright and director, and Niseema Theillaud, an actress and drama teacher. Raised in Orléans, France, she made her acting debut as a child with a role in one of her father's plays. She studied drama at the Conservatoire d'Art Dramatique in Orléans. She has starred in numerous French films, including 'Taxi' (and it's sequels), 'Jeux D'Enfants', 'Les Jolies Choses', 'Innocence' and 'La Vie En Rose', for which she won the Best Actress Oscar. Her American film debut was in Tim Burton's 'Big Fish'. She has since starred in 'Public Enemies', 'Nine', and 'Inception'. Icon by aintgotnogramma.

Jeux D'enfants, Dikkenek, La Vie En Rose, Mon Clown, Public Enemies, Nine, Le Dernier Vol, Inception, Les Petits Mouchoirs, Midnight In Paris

Replies to questions

(We don't own any of the pictures, we just post and reblog them. If you are the owner & would like it removed, just let us know)



genarowlands:

Deux jours, une nuit (Two Days, One Night) dir. Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, 2014


nprfreshair:

Director James Gray has made four features since his 1994 debut, Little Odessa, and all four have starred Joaquin Phoenix. There was The Yards, We Own the Night, and Two Lovers — and now, the actor co-stars as a shady businessman in Gray’s new movie, The Immigrant. It’s a period piece that also features Marion Cotillard as a Polish woman trying to free her sister from the infirmary at Ellis Island.
Film critic David Edelstein reviews —- 

“The Immigrant has been the source of a semi-public battle between director Gray and the impresario and distributor Harvey Weinstein, who reportedly pressed for cuts to the nearly two-hour running time. The movie is, indeed, slowly-paced, but I’m damned if I know what Gray should have cut. The scenes are meant to be grueling—to show Ewa {Marion Cotillard) fighting Bruno (Joaquin Phoenix) while Bruno fights himself. And the movie doesn’t end on the upbeat, Oscar-bait note that marks so many of Weinstein’s prestige projects: Even when things take a turn—morally speaking—for the better, the aura of hopelessness never fully dissipates.” 

You can listen to the rest of the review here. 
Still from The Immigrant

nprfreshair:

Director James Gray has made four features since his 1994 debut, Little Odessa, and all four have starred Joaquin Phoenix. There was The Yards, We Own the Night, and Two Lovers — and now, the actor co-stars as a shady businessman in Gray’s new movie, The Immigrant. It’s a period piece that also features Marion Cotillard as a Polish woman trying to free her sister from the infirmary at Ellis Island.

Film critic David Edelstein reviews —- 

The Immigrant has been the source of a semi-public battle between director Gray and the impresario and distributor Harvey Weinstein, who reportedly pressed for cuts to the nearly two-hour running time. The movie is, indeed, slowly-paced, but I’m damned if I know what Gray should have cut. The scenes are meant to be grueling—to show Ewa {Marion Cotillard) fighting Bruno (Joaquin Phoenix) while Bruno fights himself. And the movie doesn’t end on the upbeat, Oscar-bait note that marks so many of Weinstein’s prestige projects: Even when things take a turn—morally speaking—for the better, the aura of hopelessness never fully dissipates.” 

You can listen to the rest of the review here

Still from The Immigrant


xanis:

Marion Cotillard photographed by Jan Welters for Dior, 2014


posted 2 months ago | 1542 notes | via xanis

So excited to meet this amazing actress. #Cannes2014 (x)

So excited to meet this amazing actress. #Cannes2014 (x)


posted 2 months ago | 842 notes | via coffeeandjuice
tags: #Jon Kortajarena #Cannes
Marion Cotillard and Catherine Deneuve attend amfAR’s 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala Presented By WORLDVIEW, BOLD FILMS, And BVLGARI at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on May 22, 2014 in Cap d’Antibes, France.

genarowlands:

Marion Cotillard attends the L’homme qu’on aimait trop premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 21, 2014 in Cannes, France.


posted 2 months ago | 519 notes | via jessicachastains | (© genarowlands)
tags: #cannes
genarowlands:

Marion Cotillard attends the L’homme qu’on aimait trop premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 21, 2014 in Cannes, France.

genarowlands:

Marion Cotillard attends the L’homme qu’on aimait trop premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 21, 2014 in Cannes, France.


posted 2 months ago | 1110 notes | via jessicachastains | (© genarowlands)
tags: #cannes
realmofthesenses:

Marion Cotillard in Georges Hobeika @ Canal Plus

realmofthesenses:

Marion Cotillard in Georges Hobeika @ Canal Plus


Marion Cotillard photographed by Jan Welters for Dior.


posted 2 months ago | 1851 notes | via charlottevale | (© parejessica)
tags: #dior

Joaquin Phoenix and Marion Cotillard - The Immigrant


posted 2 months ago | 1255 notes | via servethenuts
tags: #joaquin phoenix