The successful career of Marion Cotillard attests to her unmatched talent and adaptability. The outstanding actress, who is French-born and entered the world of film with ease, made an enduring impression on films in the English language. She became a household name after winning an Academy Award for her breakout performance as Edith Piaf in “La Vie en Rose.” With memorable performances in Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” the actress’ captivating charisma shone even brighter.
In addition, Cotillard appears in several challenging films like “Rust and Bone,” “Contagion,” and “Two Days, One Night,” displaying the breadth of her acting abilities. The actress never fails to impress the viewers, who are constantly looking forward to seeing her new ventures. Her career has been defined by critical acclaim and compelling roles. So, here is a list of all Cotillard’s upcoming projects!
The Inventor (2023)
A stop-motion animated movie called “The Inventor” is based on the biography of Leonardo da Vinci. The biographical movie follows the well-known artist as he leaves Italy to join the French court, where he conducts experiments and research on a range of issues, including cadavers and military engines. While Stephen Fry (‘Red, White & Royal Blue’ and ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’) voices Leonardo da Vinci, Cotillard provides the voice of French aristocrat and regent Louise of Savoy.
Along with Daisy Ridley as Marguerite, Matt Berry as Pope Leo X, Jim Capobianco as Cardinal of Aragon, Max Baumgarten as Il Boccador/King Charles of Spain, John Gilkey as Gravedigger John/Giuliano, Angelino Sandri as Francesco Melzi, and Daniel Swan as King Henry the VIII round out the rest of the voice ensemble. The movie, which was co-directed by Jim Capobianco and Pierre-Luc Granjon, had its global premiere on June 12 at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. It will hit theatres on September 15 of the same year. The official trailer for the movie is available here.
Little Girl Blue (TBA)
Additionally, Cotillard will appear in the French-Belgian production “Little Girl Blue.” the tragic life of author and set photographer Carole Achache, who passed away in 2016, is chronicled in the biographical docudrama. Mona Achache, Carole’s real-life daughter, directed the documentary and stars in it as well as Cotillard, who plays Carole. Marie Bunel plays Kathleen Evin, Marie-Christine Adam plays Florence Malraux, Pierre Aussedat plays Nikos Papatakis, Jacques Boudet plays Daniel Cordier, Didier Flamand plays Jorge Semprn, and Jean Achache is among the other actors.
The movie will be released in France on November 15, 2023, after having its world premiere in May 2023 at the Cannes Film Festival. On September 1, 2023, it was also shown at the Telluride Film Festival. The movie’s US theatre release date has not yet been made public.
‘Lee,’ a biographical movie starring Cotillard, is based on the life of photojournalist Lee Miller, who gave up her modelling career to work as a photographer for Vogue magazine to document the events of World War II. The movie’s title character is played by Kate Winslet, and Cotillard plays journalist Solange d’Ayen. In addition, the movie stars Samuel Barnett as Cecil Beaton, Noémie Merlant as Nusch Éluard, Arinzé Kene as Major Jonesy, Josh O’Connor as Antony Penrose, Andrea Riseborough as Audrey Withers, Andy Samberg as David Scherman, and Alexander Skarsgrd as Roland Penrose. The film “Lee,” directed by ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ cinematographer Ellen Kuras, will have its world premiere on September 9, 2023, at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie’s premiere date for theatres or streaming, however, has not yet been disclosed.
La Tour de Glace (TBA)
In the drama movie “La Tour de Glace,” Jeanne, a 15-year-old orphan, leaves her orphanage for Paris in order to pursue her aspirations. She observes the filming of “The Snow Queen” there at a studio and falls enamoured with the enigmatic and seductive actress Cristina. The part of Cristina/The Snow Queen is played by Cotillard; the other actors have not yet been identified. The movie, which will be helmed by Lucile Hadihalilovi (“Earwig”), will begin filming in France in 2024, according to Moviedelic.
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