Academy Award-winner Marion Cotillard told HuffPost Live on Monday that she felt “sad” about a disastrous response to “Nine,” executive Rob Marshall’s 2009 instrumentation of a Broadway production.
“I was kind of unhappy that people didn’t bond with [“Nine”] since we adore this film so much,” Cotillard said. “That was an extraordinary knowledge with, of course, Daniel Day-Lewis.”
Even 6 years after a film’s release, Cotillard isn’t certain because audiences weren’t some-more fervent about it. Her guess: “Maybe people approaching something some-more commercial.”
“I adore this movie, and this film is here perpetually now, and we know that Rob Marshall loves this film too and is unequivocally unapproachable of it,” she said. “I don’t know if we unequivocally need to explain because it didn’t work.”
Even so, a singer pronounced she would have desired for some-more people to see a movie.
“It was a small unpleasant that a assembly was not there,” she said.
“Two Days, One Night” is in name theaters now.