French magazine interviews Marion Cotillard

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Marion Cotillard confides about his film with Leonardo DiCaprio Inception and fascinating Christopher Nolan!
Since her incredible portrayal of Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose - a role which earned her an Oscar as best actress in 2008 -, Marion Cotillard endlessly charmed producers. Revealed in Taxi, the companion Guillaume Canet is now head of a brilliant career in France and overseas.

Since its opening, the Americans are pleased to entrust the great parts, which allows him to play alongside the greats: Johnny Depp (Public Enemies) Penelope Cruz (Nine) or Leonardo DiCaprio, with whom she shared the bill of Inception.

Directed by Christopher Nolan (Memento), the movie plunges us into the world of Don Cobb, confirmed a thief, a specialist in the art of the dangerous mining: an operation that consists in appropriating the precious secrets a person while dreaming. A dark thriller and original for which Marion Cotillard was given the magazine Ciné Live Studio. The actress reveals all of his meeting with the director: their first meeting to their collaboration. Excerpts.

In Inception, Marion interpreter Evil: A femme fatale who tortures the meninges of the main character. A rather unusual role for which she was fully invested: "When I met Christopher in Paris, he just said my character is multifaceted concealed and held a key role in the life of Leonardo DiCaprio. It n did not want to go into details let me see the movie playback. he was right and ".

Prior to completely absorb the characteristics of the character, Marion has done a lot of work, drawing on the thinking and his deepest dreams: "We also go beyond that to talk of our dreams ... nocturnal important theme Inception (...) exchange on this subject provokes a strange feeling, however, since both said something very intimate and very detached from oneself.

After being chosen for this role, Marion and Christopher spent much time analyzing the character and change the scenario. Sometimes, some scenes written in the morning were added. But that did not scare actress, quite the contrary! "I knew I could trust him, I could give in to his vision (...) Despite moments of panic that it might arouse in me, I like nothing being shipped somebody one located in a world different from mine. "

The chemistry between them did not spring yesterday! While still a fan of Tim Burton's Batman (with whom she has worked for Big Fish), Marion fell totally in love with the version of Christopher, Batman Begins, "He respects the myth while it seizing style. Like a spectator, his work fascinates me, although I do not understand everything. " A strong team which is found in Paris on 9 and 10 July to ensure the promotion of Inception, in theaters July 21, 2010.

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Since her incredible portrayal of Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose - a role which earned her an Oscar as best actress in 2008 -, Marion Cotillard endlessly charmed producers.
This sentence reminded me of how angry I was at her for winning. I was like, "who is she and why is she winning? :roll: "
I wanted Ellen Page to win (I was a Juno dork in 2008, not any more). :lol:

But yea, once I saw the movie I totally agree with that win. She deserved it.

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chee wrote:
Since her incredible portrayal of Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose - a role which earned her an Oscar as best actress in 2008 -, Marion Cotillard endlessly charmed producers.
This sentence reminded me of how angry I was at her for winning. I was like, "who is she and why is she winning? :roll: "
I wanted Ellen Page to win (I was a Juno dork in 2008, not any more). :lol:

But yea, once I saw the movie I totally agree with that win. She deserved it.
I remember being pretty pissed off too. I want Cate Blanchett to win so badly!

I haven't seen La vie en Rose yet but I plan on seeing it before Inception comes out.

I didn't like Juno. When I saw it, I was like WTF is this?

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akv1984 wrote:
chee wrote:
Since her incredible portrayal of Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose - a role which earned her an Oscar as best actress in 2008 -, Marion Cotillard endlessly charmed producers.
This sentence reminded me of how angry I was at her for winning. I was like, "who is she and why is she winning? :roll: "
I wanted Ellen Page to win (I was a Juno dork in 2008, not any more). :lol:

But yea, once I saw the movie I totally agree with that win. She deserved it.
I remember being pretty pissed off too. I want Cate Blanchett to win so badly!

I haven't seen La vie en Rose yet but I plan on seeing it before Inception comes out.

I didn't like Juno. When I saw it, I was like WTF is this?
I still have a soft spot for Juno, mostly because it got me into movies. If it wasn't for Juno I don't think I would've entered the movie section in another forum, where I saw a thread for The Incredible Hulk and that thread made me want to go see the movie which had the Dark Knight trailer attached to it which made me interested in the Dark Knight and got me obsessed over Nolan and...

well, long story short: Juno got me into movies. :lol:

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well, long story short: Juno got me into movies. :lol:
Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett's movies got me into movies. Yes, even when I was ten years old I was a pretentious prick when it came to movies. And I still am today.

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akv1984 wrote:
well, long story short: Juno got me into movies. :lol:
Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett's movies got me into movies. Yes, even when I was ten years old I was a pretentious prick when it came to movies. And I still am today.
Lucky. At 10 I thought Austin Powers and The Master of Disguise were Oscar worthy movies.

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The magazine that has the article is actually Studio Cine Live (it's a double issue this month) - so there should be full scans coming soon (definitely know marion-cotillard.org will be posting them when they get a copy of them).
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chee wrote:
akv1984 wrote:
well, long story short: Juno got me into movies. :lol:
Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett's movies got me into movies. Yes, even when I was ten years old I was a pretentious prick when it came to movies. And I still am today.
Lucky. At 10 I thought Austin Powers and The Master of Disguise were Oscar worthy movies.
:lol:
Well at least your friends don't joke about you being a big film nerd!
Just the other day a friend of mine left a message on my wall saying "Hey you movie fanatic! Give me a list of movies to watch!"

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akv1984 wrote:
chee wrote:
akv1984 wrote:Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett's movies got me into movies. Yes, even when I was ten years old I was a pretentious prick when it came to movies. And I still am today.
Lucky. At 10 I thought Austin Powers and The Master of Disguise were Oscar worthy movies.
:lol:
Well at least your friends don't joke about you being a big film nerd!
Just the other day a friend of mine left a message on my wall saying "Hey you movie fanatic! Give me a list of movies to watch!"
...I was only able to make friends because I did love movies. :oops:

I'm very aloof (which is why I hang around the computer all day, posting). :lol:

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...I was only able to make friends because I did love movies. :oops:

I'm very aloof (which is why I hang around the computer all day, posting). :lol:
I only made friends because of my sense of humor and I'm so laid back and open to like everything. People have said that they like the fact that I don't judge.

I don't really hang around the computer all day but when I am here, it's because I don't want to deal with my sister.

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