Marion Cotillard, A Life-Sized Toy Soldier, And A Lot of Red Latex Star In The Dreamy New W

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Marion Cotillard stars in a dark, trippy, red-latex-filled Tim Walker editorial for W magazine. It's brilliantly bent.

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Illustration for article titled Marion Cotillard, A Life-Sized Toy Soldier, And A Lot of Red Latex Star In The Dreamy New W

Cotillard is promoting her new movie Rust and Bone, but the human forms moving behind the latex walls sort of look like the ghosts in that old Peter Jackson movie The Frighteners, no? (...Nobody else saw that? Okay.)

Illustration for article titled Marion Cotillard, A Life-Sized Toy Soldier, And A Lot of Red Latex Star In The Dreamy New W

Cotillard goes walking with this life-sized toy soldier.

Illustration for article titled Marion Cotillard, A Life-Sized Toy Soldier, And A Lot of Red Latex Star In The Dreamy New W

The toy soldier is also a love interest.

Illustration for article titled Marion Cotillard, A Life-Sized Toy Soldier, And A Lot of Red Latex Star In The Dreamy New W
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This gets my vote for the most creative — and simply beautiful — celebrity editorial from a major magazine of the year so far. Tim Walker is a genius, basically.

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belovedfreak

Frighteners is my favorite of Peter Jackson's movies. Hands down.