Marion Cotillard appeared at TAO Downtown in New York City giving her week a good start. The ‘Dark Knight Rises’ starlet was in the Big Apple to attend the New York Film Critics Circle Award. She was conferred with the Best Actress award for her appreciable work in the films ‘The Immigrant’ and ‘Two Days, One Night’.
Marion said to HuffPost Live that she always feels bad about the lack of attention by the audiences for her 2009 film adaptation of the Broadway production ‘Nine’.
She said, “I was kind of sad that people didn’t connect with [“Nine”] because I love this movie so much. That was an amazing experience with, of course, Daniel Day-Lewis. Maybe people expected something more commercial. I love this movie, and this movie is here forever now, and I know that Rob Marshall loves this movie too and is very proud of it. I don’t know if you really need to explain why it didn’t work.”