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Publicist To The Stars Bryna Rifkin Caught At Her Most (?) Condescending

Publicist To The Stars Bryna Rifkin Caught At Her Most (?) Condescending
That One's Gonna Burn Later...

Some things witnessed secondhand are so cringeworthy as to incite actual physical pain, and this 53-second clip of Marion Cotillard‘s PR girl snubbing a soft-spoken reporter is of that very ilk. Bryna Rifkin of ID-PR, the publicist and red carpet handler for Cotillard as well as other well-liked celebs like Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jennifer Lawrence, was caught on camera belittling a journalist at the Toronto Film Festival. The clip shows the reporter in question informing Rifkin that she had been given permission to ask Cotillard a few questions about her new movie “Blood Ties,” before Rifkin informs the reporter that she was never given permission to do so, and oh, by the way, she’s in control, and she says no. Good lord, that smug smirk, those angry faces — this certainly isn’t the first time Rifkin’s played this card, and she looks more than happy to do so. Who would have thought the woman responsible for so many seemingly affable celebrities could “Mean Girl” with the best of them? [Page Six]

Marion Cotillard And Michael Fassbender To Star In An Extremely Attractive Version Of “Macbeth”

Marion Cotillard as Lady Macbeth? I never knew I wanted it until it happened.

The actress is replacing Natalie Portman, who was originally going to play the scheming Queen. There’s no word on why Portman’s no longer involved, but I don’t even care, because Marion Cotillard! She’s brilliant at scheming and crazy! It’s perfect. She’ll be acting alongside Michael Fassbender, who’s been attached to play Macbeth from the beginning. No other actors have been cast yet, but we do know the film is being directed by relative newcomer Justin Kurzel and produced by the team behind “The King’s Speech” and “Shame.” Read more at The Mary Sue…

Beauty Cues: Marion Cotillard’s Soft, Simple Cannes Look

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Why not leave the heavy makeup at home this Memorial Day and opt for something a touch softer instead, like Marion Cotillard’s romantic, slightly smoky-eyed look from Cannes? It’s simple, fresh, and easily recreated with just a few products that you probably already have stashed in your makeup bag… Keep reading »

David Bowie’s Latest Star-Studded Music Video Is Totally Amazing (And Probably NSFW)

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David Bowie gets what David Bowie wants, and if that means having Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman star in his latest music video, then by God, that’s what’s going to happen. The Thin White Duke is at it again with this impressive video for the titular track from The Next Day, which you probably shouldn’t watch at work. There’s a couple of boobs in there. Also, Marion as church whore is my new style muse. [Vulture]

Well Played: Marion Cotillard Is The Only One Who Could Pull Off This Haircut

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Marion Sans Fards
Marion Cotillard Is Stunning Sans Fards
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Marion Goes Goth
A departure from her usual look on the cover of Vogue Paris. Read More »

Marion Cotillard is so, so pretty. And that’s why she can pull off this difficult-to-wear blunt cut bob and still look completely amazing. Here she is at the Japanese premiere of her most recent flick, “Rust and Bone,” in Dior, and she’s all, “Oh yes, it’s just me, looking toward the light, coyly smiling and whatnot.” [Photo: Getty Images]

I Guess There Are Some Dior Bags Somewhere In These Pretty Photos Of Marion Cotillard

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Whoever is behind the Dior campaign castings sure knows how to pick ‘em! Natalie Portman, Jennifer Lawrence, Charlize Theron, and Kate Moss all currently represent the fashion house in some form — a pretty flawless roster if you ask me. Marion Cotillard, one of my Frenchie favorites, has been the starring face of Lady Dior handbags since 2009, but this campaign for the spring collection is the first in which she’s wearing Raf Simons, who nabbed the design role at Dior just two seasons ago. I guess there are some fancy bags in these photos, too, but I’m mostly distracted by how stunning Marion looks in those gorgeous dresses. She should be the face of everything, no? Check out both photos after the jump, before you catch them in the May issue of Vanity Fair! [Fashionista] Keep reading »

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