Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard on Two Days, One Night – DP/30

She won the Oscar for 2007′s La Vie en Rose. After a series of Hollywood entries, she returned to France to make Rust & Bone, which was followed by uniquely powerful performances in The Immigrant, Two Days. One Night, and the upcoming Macbeth. sScar nominated for The Dardennes Brothers’ 2D,1N, Ms. Cotillard spoke to David Read MoreRead More

Marion Cotillard on How to Cry at a Moment’s Notice

Jack Smart interviews Marion Cotillard about her process in developing the character for Deux jours, une nuit (Two Days, One Night) To play Sandra, a middle-class mother battling depression, Marion Cotillard used a plethora of tools in her acting arsenal. First, it helps to have experienced a degree of the same kind of despair herself. “I Read MoreRead More

Marion Cotillard on Her Worst Acting Experience and the French “Razzie”

Yes it’s a piece of juicy gossip, but Marion Cottilard’s anecdote should remind directors about what our power and responsibility are when on set. “I fought for a project and I fought for the director because he was the one that brought the project and I fell in love with it, and then I spent two months Read MoreRead More

The Hollywood Reporter’s Actress Round Table

Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt and Marion Cotillard join THR’s news editor Matt Belloni and executive editor Stephen Galloway in our uncensored actress roundtable interview.Read More