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Cotillard will be playing Miranda Tate, "a Wayne Enterprises board member eager to help a still-grieving Bruce Wayne resume his father's philanthropic endeavors for Gotham." Gordon-Levitt's character is John Blake, "a Gotham City beat cop assigned to special duty under the command of Commissioner Gordon."
When Keira Knightley replaced Marion Cotillard in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis last month after it was announced that Cotillard is pregnant, most figured that it would finally put to rest all of the rumors surrounding her involvement in The Dark Knight Rises. After all, she is expected to give birth in May when the Christopher Nolan film goes into production, and you'd figure that she'd want to stay home with her new child. If French website Le Figaro is correct, then that will not be the case.
In his last three projects, David Cronenberg has had the opportunity to work with some of the best actors working today, including the likes of Viggo Mortensen, William Hurt, Naomi Watts, Vincent Cassel
It's like the swap meet. If you go to one of those booths and the guy behind the counter keeps steering your attention toward two or three items, it's very unlikely you'll consider purchasing the battle axe at the end of the table. Marion Cotillard is that battle axe at the end of the table
Maybe by passing Jolie is trying to help breed a new female action hero to follow her lead. It's too bad Warner Bros. didn't trust themselves or their property enough to actually give it a shot, though now they'll have to
Outside of Christopher Nolan, Jonah Nolan and David Goyer, nobody has any idea what is in store for Batman 3. There has been rampant speculation about castings and villains, but it's almost all
Woody Allen's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger is set to arrive in theaters come September, but as of today all we have seen from the film is an international trailer, a poster, and a clip. Yet somehow
Here’s a new Inception question for you: is there air conditioning in limbo? By the look of those dilapidated buildings, I’d guess not, however, I doubt the folks attending the screening
It feels as though it has taken us an eternity to get to this point, but we are than a month away from the premiere of Christopher Nolan's Inception. Because of the way that the film has been
Woody Allen’s movies are often a vague and mostly unknown proposition until they show up in theaters fully formed. For a change though, he’s cluing us in on exactly what he’s up to well in advance
Farrell will play a rich guy who takes a 24-hour journey across Manhattan, losing all of his money, occasionally running into his wife (Cotillard), and being stalked by two men over the course of one very eventful day
Apparently an old dog, so to speak, really can learn new tricks. Not only has Allen announced the title of the film he's shooting in France this summer, Midnight in Paris, but he's actually revealed the plot. Amazing!
The rumors are true. Woody Allen will borrow the President of France’s leading lady for his next film. Carla Bruni-Sarkozy will join Marion Cotillard, Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams on the set in Paris this summer
Kicking off the story is Gwyneth Paltrow’s character, who’s coming home from a business trip in Hong Kong along with a local casino worker and a Ukranian supermodel. Soon after, all three fall seriously ill
The video is titled, "Forehead Tittaes w/ Marion Cotillard" so I am fairly certain that most of you can figure out what you will be seeing: Marion Cotillard has a pair of tits on her head
A lot of people considered Allen's New York homecoming Whatever Works to be a disappointment (I kinda liked it myself), but with London-based You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger
Marion Cotillard will star alongside Owen Wilson in Woody Allen's untitled project. Like the title, the plot is also unknown. Reports of France’s First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy’s involvement are still circulating, but nothing has been made official
The Liberace biopic starring Damon and Michael Douglas will get pushed back a bit as a result, to 2010, but for the most part this seems to be another example of Soderbergh rushing ahead with a project
French actress Marion Cotillard has been busy parlaying her post-Oscar fame into roles in high-profile American projects. But she still has time for her home country as well
Hot on the heels of footage debuted earlier on Entertainment Tonight, the full trailer for Rob Marshall’s new musical Nine has appeared online. It’s based on the black and white Fellini movie 8 ½