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Following its well-received premiere in Cannes a couple weeks ago, the first teaser trailer for Macbeth was released today. It’s good. Really good. A lot better, to me at least, than those clips that were released during the festival. Michael Fassbender is convincingly unhinged. You can almost see the moral rot leaking from his eyes. Full Story
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Marion Cotillard and Michael Fassbender looked like they were having a great time together last night at the amfAR gala in Cannes ahead of the premiere of Macbeth at the festival, one of the most highly anticipated films in competition. Two new clips have just been released showing Fassbender’s Macbeth at his coronation, looking well on his way to derangement, and then later in battle with some curious directing decisions, at least to me. Full Story
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Ahead of its premiere in Cannes, a teaser for Macbeth has been released featuring Michael Fassbender and ending with Marion Cotillard and the line: What’s done cannot be undone. To bed, to bed, to bed She only says “to bed” once here in the preview but you’ll recall from English class that it’s almost like a mantra for her at that point. Full Story
Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown It’s from a different Shakespeare play but I’ve always been fascinated by this quote. And I wonder if it’s still true. Because the power now is in the money. And, well, Rupert Murdoch may have had a few sleepless nights here and there but, come on, do you really doubt that he sleeps well? Anyway, the quote. Full Story
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As previously mentioned in the Emma Stone post, the Cannes Film Festival released their list this morning; Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, will be screened in competition. Two of the finest actors of a generation playing the Frank and Claire Underwood of their time. You want ambition? The Macbeths knew ambition. Full Story
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You have to appreciate the back here. Like I don't want to fight you. I want to convince you. I want you to see the brilliance of this dress. How it gives you what you want in the front, the body con, the contour, while giving me what I want when she turns around. Which is creativity. And design. Full Story
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Marion Cotillard was in the States for a couple of weeks and some thought she’d be done with award season after Critics Choice. But we now know she’ll be back…because last Thursday, the Oscars invited her to the Best Actress party. It’s important to note how much respect she has within the Academy too to have been nominated (again) because her role in Two Days, One Night is in French (again), her second nomination for a non-English role. Full Story
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Julianne Moore won Best Actress last night at Critics’ Choice. During her acceptance speech, she listed off the others in her category: Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Felicity Jones, Rosamund Pike… but not Marion Cotillard. Don’t hold it against her. Instead, see it as a result of what we’ve all been assaulted with over the last couple of months: Jennifer Aniston’s Oscar campaigning. Full Story
The Oscar nominations were just announced. I’ll have more analysis later. But from a Gossip perspective, all you need to know is this…
If you’re Team Brange, you’re happy that Aniston’s campaign ultimately couldn’t deliver. If you’re Team Aniston, well, I don’t know if the fact that Angelina’s Unbroken not living up to expectation will make up for the fact that Jen wasn’t invited for the party.
If you’re on the side of Good Gossip…
We lost today.
Because, frankly, that’s where we live. In a world where all of them could have collided on that carpet.
But for those of us who love Marion Cotillard, that’s where we find our delight. Read Full Intro
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Marion Cotillard was in New York yesterday. She stopped by The View and then she collected her Best Actress award from the New York Film Critics Circle in the evening in a high collar black and white cocktail dress that’s perfect on her. Have you read Sarah’s Top 10 Films of 2014 list yet? Click here Full Story
You ever watch Oz? JK Simmons played Vern Schillinger. It took me a long time not to see him as Vern anymore. And I don’t. Now I don’t. Now I either see him as Juno’s dad or Miles Teller’s mentor adversary in Whiplash. For which he will probably, most likely, win an Oscar. The New York Film Critics Circle just named him Best Supporting Actor today. Full Story
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Marion Cotillard has been in Cannes for a few days now. She’s in the Dardennes film Two Days, One Night that is said to be one of the contenders for the Palme d’Or. She’s also a contender for Best Actress but now it’s looking like a two horse race between Marion and Anne Dorval in Xavier Dolan’s Mommy which screened after Two Days, One Night and might have the momentum. Full Story
Check out Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard on the set of Macbeth in Farnham, United Kingdom. They're blurry but I thought you might want some idea of what it's going to look like. I've no doubt Fassbender, who is immensely talented, can play his character. He's into the heavy sh-t. Full Story
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Marion Cotillard has been in Marrakesh all week for the film festival. I’ve been saving up her photos as a good start to the weekend: Fashion Porn! To me, the style started off not so great. The black and white printed dress? Didn’t like it at all. Look how it’s blousing at the breasts. Full Story