The César 2014 nominations have been announced and Léa is nominated in the Best Actress category for her role of Emma in “La Vie d’Adèle“. The film is deservedly nominated for Best Film and co-star Adèle Exarchopoulos
is also nominated for Best Newcomer. Congratulations! We’ll keep our fingers crossed! And as we are also anticipating the release of “La Belle et la Bete” make sure to head over to the Pathé Youtube Channel as they have uploaded some new previews of the film including a new trailer. Watch it below!
As the release of Léa’s latest film approaches, you canwatch a short close up on the character she plays in “La Belle et la Bête” below and make sure to visit the gallery for some new posters and screencaptures. The film is out in France on February 12th (check the international release dates here) and a visually stunning official website has been launched which is definitely worth visiting to quench your excitement until its release date!
Interviewed by Olivia Fabresse, Léa talks to “50mn Inside” on TF1.fr about her career resumed in 5 dates, starting from 2004 up to now. Watch the video below!
News! La Belle et la Bête is in the official Competition list for the 64th Berlinale Film Festival that will open on February 6th with Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. On February 12th La Belle et la Bête will also premiere in french theatres and a new behind-the-scenes video has been released online today,
with Léa, Vincent Cassel and director Christophe Gans. Watch it below!
Léa appears in the new issue of W Magazine along with some of the magazine’s best actors and actresses of 2013.
“I’m a huge fan
of Woody Allen. He is my god. When he cast me in Midnight in Paris, he was already shooting the film. He saw a picture of me and called me up and asked how long my hair was. I told him, ‘It’s around my shoulders.’ He said, ‘Okay, cool, see you tomorrow on set.’ I hadn’t read the script, and I hadn’t read for him, but I said, ‘Of course.’ When God calls, you answer.”
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Léa as Madeline Swann
A cryptic message from Bond’s past send him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation.
Léa as n/a
In a dystopian near future, lonely hearts are ordered to find a partner or face being turned into animals.
Diary of a Chambermaid
Léa as n/a
A scheming servant works for a wealthy couple in France during the late 19th century.
Léa as Loulou de la Falaise
In Cinemas September 24th
Biopic that focuses on the famed fashion designer's life from 1967 to 1976, considered to be the peak of his career while his personal life was at the nadir.
Blue is the Warmest Colour
Léa as Emma
Biography | Drama
Adele's life is changed when she meets blue-haired Emma who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman.
Léa is the patron of CSAO (La Compagnie du Sénégal et de l'Afrique de l'Ouest) and image of their jewelry line Jokko.
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