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Marion Cotillard "Two Days, One Night" Premiere - 52nd New York Film Festival
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Marion Cotillard Alternative Views of Paris Fashion Week
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2007 - Present
Marion Cotillard has been dating French actor and director Guillaume Canet since they met on the set of "Love Me If...
2000 - 2006
Marion Cotillard and French actor Stéphan Guérin-Tillié dated until 2006, when they ended their relationship.

The 2014 Oscar Race: Best Actress Preview

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'Blood Ties' Trailer: A Battle of Brothers in '70s Brooklyn

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David Bowie's 'The Next Day' Video Gets Temporarily Banned From YouTube Over Disturbing Religious Imagery

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The Floria Sigismondi-directed clip for David Bowie's "The Next Day" was unceremoniously yanked from YouTube within hours of its posting on Wednesday, presumably amid complaints of its juxtaposition of sexual and religious imagery. It was later reposted with an age restriction, so now you're free to watch Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard play out some heavy-handed Catholic criticism while Bowie rocks out in the background — if you're over 18, that is.Read Full Story
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