Marion Cotillard NOT Shading Angelina Jolie By Talking Brad Pitt Sex Scenes, Despite Report
During a recent press conference for her new WWII film Allied, the French actress opened up about her and Pitt’s loves scenes, saying, “We rehearse and had a very determined choreography, and then it allows you freedom. When you know exactly what your body will do, then you can act and you can be free to give the emotions and give the feelings because you won’t think, ‘What am I going to do next? Am I going to go on top of him?'” Naturally, Celeb Dirty Laundry is now twisting Cotillard’s words to make it seem as if this was somehow a dig at Jolie.
The outlet first alters her quote by claiming she said the sex scenes “felt natural,” which isn’t a word she ever used, and then adds, “Her experience was the complete opposite of a bad, awkward time.” But what CDL fails to mention is what Cotillard said directly following the quote above. Immediately after saying, “Am I going to go on top of him?” the actress added, “It’s an awkward situation.” Of course, the webloid has conveniently omitted this portion of her answer because it doesn’t fit the site’s phony narrative.
Without a single source to back up its claim, the repeatedly discredited outlet goes on to speculate, “It’s without a doubt that Angelina Jolie is fuming after hearing what Marion said about her sex scenes with Brad.” The site then comes up with the ludicrous conspiracy theory that Cotillard discussed her love scenes with Pitt to get “revenge” on Jolie for allegedly “planted all the nasty reports” about the French actress having an affair with Pitt.
Not only is the webloid’s report both far-fetched and convoluted, it’s also filled with inaccuracies, misinformation, and missing key quotes. Cotillard wasn’t “shading” Jolie by answering a question about her movie during a press conference, and the site’s assertion otherwise is absurd.