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  • Was Marion Cotillard’s Latest Maternity Look Inspired By Beyonce?

    It seems Marion Cotillard is one of the many women in the world influenced by Beyoncé.

  • Pregnant Marion Cotillard Pulls Off Red Boots and Thigh-Grazing Sweatshirt

    Cotillard hit the streets of New York City in a sunny yellow oversize hoodie and red gingham dress that covered her baby bump. She topped the look off with cherry red cowboy boots. Source: InStyle

  • Marion Cotillard's Modern Vintage Hair

    Marion Cotillard is known for her elegant, French red carpet beauty looks, and it always lends her style a modern edge. On Wednesday night’s premiere of Allied, Cotillard’s upcoming film with Brad Pitt, she instead put her personal spin on a classic Americana hairstyle.

  • Pregnant Marion Cotillard Wears Ridiculously Chic Sweater Dress to Dior’s Paris Fashion Show

    The final leg of fashion month is off to a strong start in Paris. The Kardashians made a show-stopping front row cameo on Thursday at Balmain, and a slew of ultra-famous faces were front and center at the Christian Dior show on Friday including Rihanna, Jennifer Lawrence, Diane Kruger, Natalie Portman (like we said, famous!). Just a week after announcing her pregnancy with her second child,  Cotillard arrived at the show wearing a slouchy white dress (resembling a long crewneck style sweatshirt!), featuring ruched detailing.

  • Marion Cotillard given France's highest honour

    Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard was among those put forward for the Legion d'Honneur, France's highest honour, as the country celebrates its national day.

  • Marion Cotillard Says There's No Room For Feminism in the Film Industry

    If you’re talking about movies these days, after you’ve discussed whether you’ve seen the new Nancy Meyers’ film “The Intern,” the conversation might turn to the equally hot topic of women working in Hollywood. A lot of actresses are talking about it, too, including Marion Cotillard and Emma Watson, both major stars who weighed in this week with majorly different opinions. Cotillard, who’s promoting “Macbeth"—she plays Lady Macbeth —, claims the fight for gender equality separates men and women. For me, it doesn’t create equality, it creates separation.” On the other hand, Watson, who founded the gender equality movement HeForShe, said that she wants to see a more equal number of female and male directors, and is disappointed to have only had two female directors so far in her career.