Marion Cotillard in talks for film with DiCaprio: Variety

French actress Marion Cotillard is in talks for a role alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the next film by Christopher Nolan, the British writer/director who made the last two Batman movies, Variety reported Thursday.
Cotillard, who won the Oscar for best actress in 2008 for her portrayal of legendary French singer Edith Piaf in "La Vie en Rose," could join the cast of "Inception," the Hollywood trade daily said, describing it as a sci-fi action flick set in the architecture of the human mind.

Marion Cotillard in talks for film with DiCaprio: Variety
Ellen Page, the Canadian actress who was nominated for an Academy Award last year for "Juno," also may sign on, Variety said.
Nolan made the last two Batman movies: "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight," the latter of which rang up a billion dollars in box office sales in 2008, making it the fourth highest grossing film of all time.
Cotillard, 33, is appearing in other Hollywood movies including "Nine," a musical due out at the end of this year, and "Public Enemies," a gangster flick starring Johnny Depp and scheduled for release in North America in June.

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