Marion Cottilard

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Marion Cotillard has officially made it. 

Forget the Golden Globes and Academy Awards—the Rust and Bone star was named Harvard's Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year, which meant being surrounded by men in drag during a parade dedicated entirely to her, before receiving a roast and Pudding Pot. 

Yeah, it's a big a deal.

Marion Cotillard

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The 37-year-old French actress has starred in numerous feature films, including Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Public Enemies and the biopic La Vie en Rose, which earned her an Oscar win for Best Actress.

She now joins the prestigious list of past honorees, which includes last year's winner, Claire Danes, as well as Anne HathawayRenée ZellwegerCharlize Theron and Scarlett Johansson.

The Harvard Hasty Pudding Man of the Year will soon be announced and honored on Feb. 8.

Jason Segel took the Pudding Pot last year.

Any ideas who could win it for 2013?

Speaking of the Oscars, take a look at the 2013 notable nominees

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