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Michael Fassbender & Marion Cotillard Begin Promoting 'Macbeth' Together!

Michael Fassbender & Marion Cotillard Begin Promoting 'Macbeth' Together!

Marion Cotillard and Michael Fassbender pose for a photo together at a special screening of their film Macbeth held at Ham Yard Hotel on Sunday (November 15) in London, England.

The 40-year-old actress and 38-year-old actor star in the film as husband and wife – the film will hit theaters on December 4.

Michael‘s Steve Jobs co-star Kate Winslet recently had some nice things to say about him. “I have truly never come across an actor as professional as him. I have really never seen anything like his preparation. He had his head down, no fuss; he just got on with it. And you know he is a little Irish scrapper,” Kate told an Irish publication.

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  • Ause Ekel

    Waiting for some promotion in US now, otherwise this will be another bomb for Fassbender.

  • louvre_koki3

    Wow, these two are obvious. It’s nice tho coz they are meant for each other, and not the other beard tied to Weinstein.

  • mikka

    Marion radiates beauty and class. Michael is pure talent and hotness. Both have charisma and talent in spades. Wish they got together for real!

  • mikka

    I don’t think that Macbeth was meant to be a boxoffice hit, it’s a showcase for Marion and Michael’s acting talent. I hope she gets recognized by the Academy for this role. Michael will surely get a nom for Jobs.

  • Koos

    a nanny is ‘The Subject’.

  • Fabian

    Quite a lot of positive buzz about this film. That’s a good sign. Embargo on reviews = turkey. I wonder if Fassbender’s performance here will eclipse Jobs’ and he’ll get nominated for Macbeth instead.

  • Ause Ekel

    I know but it cost around 20M to make, producers want their money back too. Marion and Michael can easily miss the Oscar nod. In my view, her chances of being nominated are nearly zero actually. He has a worldwide box office bomb in his hands and contenders who are campaigning hard and who have praises in their films too. I wouldn’t be surprised if he had another Shame’s awards season, getting all nods but the Oscar.

  • Melita

    I saw Macbeth when I was 10 years old. First student film: it start my love of Literature. I am looking forward to this version. Art endures…………….

    It will do well in Canada as most British? movies.I enjoyed Slow West and Steve Jobs. In terms of Mr. Fassbender is in the A-List by creating wonderfully interesting characters. I hope that we will have a retrospect of MF films at TIFF Society. It would be lovely for cinema.

  • Sprite

    It’s a lovely backslash top that Marion is wearing, forward slash from her perspective.

  • Saudin

    Let me remind you that she barely did any promotion for her role in Two Days,One Night and got nominated, unlike other actresses who worked their ass off promoting their movies and didn’t make the cut….. Not to mention her performance in Macbeth recieved universal acclaim, so….

  • Ause Ekel

    Cotillard attended the British premiere, NYFF, AFI, one roundtable and special interviews and screenings in early January. She did something for the film, if she had done what she’s been doing for Macbeth she would have been snubbed. And it was an extremely weak year…of course she has a potential role in Macbeth but the film has zero buzz in US, no campaign from the actors and Weinstein is focusing on Hateful Eight and Carol. Supporting actress is filled with names who are campaigning hard and have raves too. This won’t be 2014 all over again.

  • Saudin

    See you on January 14th…

  • Ause Ekel

    hahaha you actually think she’ll get a nod without any campaign in US? Please tell me you don’t.

  • Stergios

    They’re both extraordinary in the film and Justin Kurzel’s vision of Shakespeare’s tragedy is one for the ages. I really want to see more promotion for the US release and a big Oscar campaign from The Weinstein Company because the film deserves to score some major awards recognition, especially for Michael’s and Marion’s performances, Kurzel’s brilliant direction and the jaw-dropping cinematography (though Michael clearly has much more of a shot with Steve Jobs if the film’s box office run and lack of hard campaigning won’t ruin his chances of being nominated again as it happened really shamefully with Shame and Hunger before).

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