French President’s wife, Carla Bruni, replaced by Marion Cotillard in Woody Allen’s new film

April 5th, 2010 - 9:19 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

April 5, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Woody Allen, who had determined to cast Carla Bruni in his subsequent motion picture, appears to have transformed his mentality. The French first lady has been substituted by Marion Cotillard for the character of the principal female in Allen’s next film that is located in Paris.

Communicating about his judgment, Allen has confessed that Bruni is the first lady of France and she has more significant acts to do. He has stated that she could be carried away at any instant for the other responsibilities, like a political emergency or a key occasion. Allen has mentioned that he has to take all these factors into consideration.

Bruni, a previous model, was wishing that this motion picture would validate her standing as an artist. Conjectures are on that she might emerge in a cameo role in the film.

Marion Cotillard, who obtained an Oscar, a Bafta, and a Golden Globe for her depiction of French vocalist, Edith Piaf, in La Vie en Rose, will now be acting in the film along with Canadian actress Rachel McAdams and American actor Owen Wilson.

Cotillard, who has been on the seventh heaven after the significant commendation she received for her character in Nine, will be essaying the role of the French first lady.

The filming will, in all likelihood, start in July.

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