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Marion Cotillard's Shimmering Navy Blue Dress At The 'Inception' Premiere: Hot Or Not?

July 14th, 2010 2:54pm EDT
Marion Cotillard
Marion Cotillard may not be a household name in the United States, but she should be. The French actress showed up to the "Inception" Los Angeles premiere on Tuesday looking lovely in a long, slim fitting navy blue gown.

She has starred in the films "Nine," "Public Enemies," "A Good Year" and "La vie en rose," for which she won a Best Actress Oscar and Golden Globe award.

Fun facts about Marion:

-Her father was a mime.
-She is a member of Greenpeace.
-She once said, "Did a man really walk on the moon? I saw plenty of documentaries on it, and I really wondered. And in any case I don't bel...
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Is 40 Box Office Poison for Women in Hollywood?

September 11th, 2008 9:34am EDT
Meg Ryan in The Women
Early last month Sony received word that Tom Cruise was dropping out of "Edwin A. Salt" due to similarities to Cruise's "Mission Impossible" franchise. Less than a week later, "Salt" had a new star, Angelina Jolie, and a greenlight. The script re-write began immediately in order to change the lead role to suit a female. The fastest turn around in Hollywood history had been pulled off thanks to a woman.

Power in Hollywood is defined by the ability to get a green light and bring in big bucks. And at the moment Angelina Jolie is powerful. She's also 33. Would things have been different i...
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Marion Cotillard Impressed By Russell Crowe

December 9th, 2007 6:00pm EST
Marion Cotillard
French actress Marion Cotillard was surprised by how well-behaved Russell Crowe was on the set of their 2006 movie A Good Year - because she'd been warned of his volatile reputation.

Cotillard found the Australian superstar, who was infamously placed on probation after throwing a telephone at a hotel employee in 2005, to be extremely easy-going.

She says, "I'd been told of Russell Crowe's reputation, but he's really the nicest guy. And I'm not doing an American-type promotion. He really wanted people to be happy on the set, and he would do anything to make you at ease."

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Actress Marion Cotillard Felt Piaf's Presence For Biopic

May 31st, 2007 10:12am EDT
Marion Cotillard
Actress Marion Cotillard had a little help in conjuring up French singer Edith Piaf for stunning new biopic La Vie En Rose - from the dead diva herself. The A Good Year star insists the spirit of the tortured singer, who died in 1963, helped her perfect the role - but she's relieved Piaf's gosh didn't show itself.

Cotillard admits she had long dreamed of playing one of her heroines and poured over books, records and films in an effort to perfect the singer's voice and mannerisms. And, just when she feared her portrayal of Piaf would be little more than a bad impression, the diva turn...
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Russell Crowe & Director Ridley Scott Team Up For Fourth Time

April 30th, 2007 5:10pm EDT
Russell Crowe
Hollywood actor Russell Crowe is teaming up with Director Ridley Scott for a fourth time for a contemporary spin on Robin Hood. Crowe and Scott have previously worked on Gladiator, A Good Year and the forthcoming American Gangster.

Now the pair has signed up on Nottingham, with Crowe in the title role of the Sheriff Of Nottingham. Production will start next year, reports trade paper Variety.

- Russell Crowe Filmography

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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New Movies on DVD, Feb. 27

February 27th, 2007 8:00am EST
Stranger Than Fiction
In Stranger Than Fiction, a socially isolated IRS agent (Will Ferrell) whose every move is documented by a disembodied female voice discovers that his life is the subject of a book currently being written by a best-selling author, whose creative block has stunted her repeated efforts to kill him off. Also on DVD: Tenacious D In The Pick of Destiny, The Return and A Good Year.
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Russell Crowe Denies He Flipped Out on Flight

January 9th, 2007 8:33am EST
Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe has hit back at allegations he threw a fit over the in flight food he was served on a private jet during a promotional tour for his latest film. A flight attendant who served the actor on a chartered jet claims he was furious when his wife Danielle Spencer was given the only serving of a satay chicken meal he had wanted while on a flight to promote the film A Good Year.

Crowe's Los Angeles lawyers have issued a five-page denial slamming the allegations of the unnamed flight attendant who says Crowe became enraged when he woke up from a nap and realized his wife had nabbe...
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French Critics Slam Russell Crowe Film

January 4th, 2007 9:51am EST
A Good Year
Russell Crowe has been admonished by French critics for refusing to destroy global stereotypes of France in his new movie A Good Year. The actor, alongside his British director Ridley Scott, has been mauled in the country's national press for playing up to the clichéd image of rural France.

Crowe plays a London banker who retires to a chateau in the southern region of Luberon in the movie, loosely based on British author Peter Mayle's best-seller "A Year In Provence."

Daily newspaper Liberation's film critic fumed yesterday, "Appalling from start to finish, 'A Good Year' collaps...
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'A Good Year' Is A Major Flop

November 20th, 2006 8:34am EST
A Good Year
New movie A Good Year has been branded a flop by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, the man behind the studio which backed it. Fox 2000 chief Murdoch has washed his hands of the romantic comedy, and prefers to focus on the studio's other picture The Devil Wears Prada, which cost $17 million to make and has already made a $100 million profit.

"A Good Year," which sees Russell Crowe as an Englishman who inherits a rundown house in France, cost $35 million but only made $3.7 million on its opening weekend.

Speaking at a shareholders meeting in Adelaide, Australia Murdoch said, "You've got...
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'Borat' Reigns Again; 'A Good Year' & Other New Releases Disappoint

November 13th, 2006 8:45am EST
Borat
Borat: Cultural Learning Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan took in $29 million at the U.S. box office this weekend to hold on to the top spot for the second week in a row. The bumper weekend raised its 10-day total to $67.8 million.

The top three movies remained unchanged from the previous weekend, with The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause still in second place with $16.9 million and animated tale Flushed Away in third with $16.7 million.

Stranger Than Fiction debuted as the best of the weekend's new releases, placing fourth with $14.1 million. A Good Ye...
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Opening November 10: A Good Year

November 8th, 2006 9:38am EST
A Good Year
Gladiator duo Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe re-team for this adaptation of author Peter Mayle's best-selling novel about a London-based investment banker who relocates to Provence in hopes of selling a small vineyard he has inherited from his recently-deceased uncle. Continue Reading...

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Director Dismisses Russell Crowe's Reputation

November 6th, 2006 9:46am EST
Russell Crowe
Oscar-winning director Ridley Scott has attacked Russell Crowe's Hollywood hardman image, insisting he is a "puppy dog." Scott, who has worked with Crowe on Gladiator, A Good Year and the forthcoming American Gangster, isn't fazed by the star, famous for his off-screen temper tantrums.

The British filmmaker says, "Really, what it is is Russell is very smart and therefore asks all sorts of intelligent questions, so if you're not ready you're going to get caught in the crossfire. So you'd better be ready. I'm used to him now. He's fundamentally a bit of a puppy dog."

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Director's Abusive Attitude Inspired Russell Crowe

October 3rd, 2006 8:20am EDT
A Good Year
Russell Crowe decided how to portray an Englishman living in rural France in new movie A Good Year when he saw British director Ridley Scott's casually abusive manner towards the French. Crowe found Scott's unintentional nationalism fascinating - and it's something he can relate to, being born a New Zealander in neighboring Australia.

He says, "Ridley has had a house in Provence (France) for the last 15 years therefore the story of the Anglo-Franco dynamic is something that he knows absolutely. In talking to Ridley he will casually abuse French people without even be consciously aware...
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Russell Crowe Is Still Mourning Steve Irwin's Death

September 29th, 2006 8:16am EDT
Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe is still reeling from the death of close friend Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin and is devastated that they won't be able to do all the things they planned. Irwin died on September 4, when he was struck in the heart by a stingray barb while filming on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Crowe explains, "It's something that was not on my list of expectations in life - that I'd be saying goodbye to somebody who was pretty much my same age. Somebody I had so many plans with for things that we would do in the future, in particular with our kids. Ours sons are only a month apa...
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Fall 2006 Movie Preview: Drama

August 24th, 2006 4:00pm EDT
Jude Law stars in All The King
This fall is flooded with comedies, horror films, and action flicks, while there are just a few dramas set for release. In All The King’s Men (Sept. 22), Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, Patricia Clarkson, James Gandolfini, Mark Ruffalo, and Anthony Hopkins lead an all-star cast in the third screen version of Robert Penn Warren's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947 novel. Willie Stark (Penn), a fast talking politico, is quick to discover just how far one can fall when ambition and power compels a person to betray his or her original stance.

In Breaking & Entering (Oct. 6), a young landsca...
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