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Marion Cotillard's Colorful Style Grabs Our Attention at LAX Airport

Marion Cotillard's Colorful Style Grabs Our Attention at LAX Airport

Marion Cotillard dons a colorful top while arriving for a departing flight at LAX Airport on Monday (November 10) in Los Angeles.

Over the weekend, the 39-year-old French actress was busy promoting her latest film Two Days, One Night at the Variety Studio: Actors On Actors event, where she met up with Felicity Jones and Jenny Slate.

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“Last year I did James Gray‘s movie [The Immigrant],” Marion recently shared to THR. “You know a small number of people will see it, but it’s a very personal movie for him. I must feel that it’s a need of almost life or death to tell the story. I was offered like, big movies, but after meeting with a director and talking with him or her about the reason to do the movie, this person avoids the question, because there was no answer. I will never be able to go in an adventure with a captain who wouldn’t give up his life for his boat.”

FYI: Marion is wearing Robert Clergerie shoes.

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    She’s so unpretentiously beautiful! God, this woman is almost otherworldly. There’s something magical about her really. An ethereal aura surrounding her stunning beauty. And as if all this wasn’t enough already, she just happens to be THE GREATEST ACTRESS WHO EVER WALKED ON EARTH. WITHOUT A HINT OF DOUBT, THE GREATEST ACTRESS WHO EVER WALKED ON EARTH. Watching her transform into her each new role is like an otherwordly experience. She inhabits her every character so completely it ends up Mextremely scary. It doesn’t feel like a performance at all. You find yourself thinking you’re watching the most crucial parts of a person’s existence unfolding in front of your eyes. No-holds-barred, Cotillard dares to abandon herself into a role in a way no actress in the history of cinema can claim she did. Body and soul, she always gives her all. It’s always a marvel to watch, an unforgettable tour de force, a performance for the ages. She’s so immensely talented and gave such an awe-inspiring performance in both Two Days, One Night and The Immigrant this year (and I’m so glad so many people acknowledge her tremendous work there and the film itself, which is really brilliant) that it’s disheartening even to think of the possibility of her being snubbed again. Marion Cotillard’s performance as Sandra in the latest Dardennes Brothers masterpiece is the kind of performance that needs to be seen to be truly believed. There’s no way to overhype her work there, trust me. The whole theatre was in tears throughout the screening I saw for Two Days, One Night. You rarely get to watch such a towering performance from an actor / actress in your entire life. With her unmatched work in this film, you feel like she’s pushing acting to a whole another level. She makes you feel the deepest and most complex emotions for a woman who has to fight against depression and the possibility of losing her job at the same time. It’s such a monumental achievement, such a towering combination of unlimited emotional depth and jaw-dropping technical skills, such a groundbreaking piece of brave and soul-shredding acting that it has to be put among the ten best performances ever put on screen. It’s a performance THAT astonishing. It really is a marvel to watch and the greatest female performance of the decade since, well, Cotillard’s tour de force in La vie en rose (which earned her a more than deserved Oscar for Best Actress In A Leading Role). The buzz she should take within the next few months should be endless. I think that after the criminal snubs for Rust and bone, Nine and Inception (among the endless list of others, don’t even get me started for performances as unforgettable as the one she gives for instance in a film like Pretty things or Public enemies), there will be an uproar if she won’t be even nominated. She deserves to score her second win. Watching her extraordinary performance in The Immigrant being nominated this week at the Independent Spirit Awards and being preferred than a performance simply solid and typically Oscar-bait by an undeniably talented but also undeniably limited actress like Reese Witherspoon in Wild honestly filled me with joy. From the bottom of my heart, I really hope that the same happens at the Oscars. The one thing I want in regards to the Oscars of 2015 is to watch the insuperable Marion Cotillard at least being nominated (and not be snubbed again, as it happens the last seven years!) for either of her towering performances in The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night. She HAS, HAS to be there this time. And actually she HAS to win. There shouldn’t be any competition this year, only Marion Cotillard as a lock for the win in the Best Actress category.