Marion Cotillard and her partner Guillaume Canet have reteamed to star in the film “Rock’n Roll.” This time the duo, who previously worked together on “Blood Ties” and “Little White Lies,” portray themselves in this meta showbiz comedy.
After Canet is told by a young co-star that he’s not “rock’n roll” enough and can’t sell films anymore, the actor then tries to prove her wrong by getting help from his wife and actress Marion Cotillard. The first trailer (via The Playlist) doesn’t include subtitles but it has enough fun scenes that show the actors in sticky situations, and helps you understand the narrative.
Directed by Canet, “Rock’n Roll” also co-stars Gilles Lellouche, Philippe Lefebvre, Camille Rowe, Kev Adams, Ben Foster and Maxim Nucci, among others. There’s no word yet on when, or if, the film will be released stateside.
Cotillard was last seen in the WWII spy film “Allied,” Xavier Dolan’s mixed review drama “It’s Only The End of the World” and “From the Land of the Moon.” She’ll next be seen in the video-game action film “Assassin’s Creed,” out December 21.
“Rock’n Roll” opens in France on February 15, 2017. Check out the trailer and poster below.