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April 29th, 2015   G General, Penny Dreadful, Site, Site Exclusive, Television Comments Off on EvaGreenWeb Penny Dreadful Season 2 Giveaway Promo

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Penny Dreadful™ will be premiering on May 3, Sunday, at 10PM ET/PT on Showtime© (check your local listings for full details). In celebration of the show’s return and Eva Green reprising her role as Vanessa Ives, we will be giving away FREE authentic Penny Dreadful memorabilia to loyal and lucky Eva Green and Penny Dreadful fans!

We have a series of planned contests and random giveaway moments so be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. To find out your ways to win and the promo mechanics, click HERE.

May 30th, 2015   G Campari, Media, Modeling No Comments

 

The most epic match ever.

CAMPARI AMERICANO

Italy, 1933, The MI-TO met ice and soda. A legend says that the drink was given the nickname of Primo Camera, the first Italian to win the heayweight boxing title in New York.

 

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April: Orange

 

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– Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Grazia (Italy) – June 3, 2015

“To really get to know me, you need patience. And, above all, never tell me that I’m beautiful.”

My career resembles a rollercoaster. It won’t be relaxing, but that’s what’s beautiful.

Last but not least, I’ve also uploaded scans from the May 2015 issue of GQ UK.

Five Degress of Eva Green

How she fits into the horror heritage.
1. Boris Karloff was in…
2. Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)…
3. with Christopher Lee…
4. Who was in Dark Shadows (2012)…
5. With Eva Green!

May 29th, 2015   G Article, Interview, L'Oréal, Modeling, Style No Comments

She’s been a Bond girl, she’s going to be the star of Tim Burton’s next film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and she’s currently the heroine of Showtime’s Penny Dreadful (which returns for season two this Sunday). Eva Green is as busy as she is strikingly beautiful. We caught up with the French actress in her home country at an event celebrating her newest venture as international spokesperson for L’Oréal Professionnel. And it turns out the actress who’s known for her femme fatale roles is a self-professed tomboy. But we’ve found it’s the ones who keep it simple—her can’t-live-without products? Contact lenses, sunscreen, and red lipstick—that have the best beauty secrets. If her flawless alabaster complexion and flowing, glossy locks are any indication, our theory is right on the money. So we had to ask all of the pressing beauty questions.

What are the hallmarks of your beauty routine?

EG: First of all, drinking lots of water and watching what you eat is very important. More than anything else, eat organic green vegetables (I know, very exciting!).

Otherwise, skin-wise, I very gently remove my makeup in the evenings. I like Cetaphil —you can buy it in Boots [a European pharmacy], it’s cheap, and it’s gentle. Lots of moisturizer and sun scream are very important.

Also, hair is very important. I’m an actress, so jobs play with my hair a lot. And it gets very damaged, so I have to look after it. During the week when I’m shooting, it gets quite hard because I need to use a light shampoo or else they can’t really play with my hair. So it’s the weekends when I use deeper treatments. There’s the Pro Fiber Treatment [by L’Oréal Professionnel]. It’s not out yet, but it’s really kind of revolutionary because it lasts. It doesn’t go after the first shampoo and it makes your hair stronger. That’s a very good product.

What are some of your skincare musts for summer?

EG: My skin and scalp are so fragile that I really have to be careful in the sun—inside too, apparently. (My doctor told me I have to put sun cream on when I’m inside too.) Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! I always moisturize and I love SkinCeuticals. It just has to be something that’s efficient!

What are your favorite products in the French pharmacies?

EG: Simple, natural products are my thing. In the French pharmacies, I like Avéne and La Roche-Posay. I apply the Cold Cream from Avéne in the evening a lot. It restores your skin. I shot on an island for a couple of months and that kind of saved me from the conditions—all the wind and sun. 

What’s your go-to, off-duty look?

EG: I’m simple. Clean, straight hair with a side part. I love Diorshow Mascara and a strong red lipstick—you can’t go wrong. I’m terrible at foundation. I think it’s better to be quite plain and have a red lip, like Mac’s Ruby Woo or Lady Danger.

On the red carpet, do you prefer a smoky eye or a red lip?

EG: People say you can’t, but I think you can do both! If you have the right makeup artist. But I like simple red—good skin, a red lip, and Yves Saint Laurent style hair that’s quite masculine.

 

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– Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Io Donna (Italy) – May 30, 2015

 

“Dark? But I dream of doing a comedy.”

She found Ireland, where she is filming the second season of the horror tv show Penny Dreadful, a mystical country. But also in western atmospheres, Eva Green does not stop confronting the dark forces. Even her mother, French actress Marlène Jobert, is surprised by her dark roles…

The sky is grey, the sudden rain that makes the asphalt dark and shiny, the bare trees of a cold February day: the atmosphere of Ardmore Studios in Wicklow County, forty minutes from Dublin, could not be more appropriate. They are shooting the second season of Penny Dreadful, an horror-gotic tv show created by John Logan and produced by Sam Mendes, set during the Victorian London.

The scene is full of deformed monsters, characters from literature – Dorian Gray, Dracula and Frankenstein – opium smokers, adventurers. Here, every morning for months, Eva Green became the fragile, painful and enigmatic Vanessa Ives, the sorcerer with supernatural powers who fights evil spirits and unknown forces. Between takes, the actress leave her long dark dress with rigid corset (the amazing costumes have been created by Gabriella Pescucci) and present herself to this interview with a severe masculine cut shirt color – Is it a coincidence? – of blood, complete with a bow tie, leather pants and boots. All black, like her hair. She’s pale, with those special blue eyes, she seems a little bit tired and wan but still fascinating, the uncertain voice and the usual shyness; Eva Green charms.

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By Mike Flaherty

For a top screenwriter, a love of the lurid fiction of Victorian England led to Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. 

John Logan’s career as a playwright and screenwriter – alonq with a Tony Award and three Oscar nominations – is the stuff that MFA dreams are made of.

Yet, he admits, that didn’t — couldn’t — quite prepare him for his current gig, the singularly demanding job of series showrunner.

In Dublin, Ireland, he’s in the thick of shooting season two of Showtime’s period horror drama, Penny Dreadful, which he created and also executive-produces. “It’s like a three-ring circus — hopefully in a productive way,” he says of life on the soundstages.

“The learning curve is huge,” he continues. “I was unprepared for the temporal challenges that thrust themselves upon you when you’re filming one episode, editing another from three months ago — and prepping something that’s going to be shot in two weeks. It requires such mental agility to put those different hats on and take them off as you walk from building to building.”

Penny Dreadful‘s 10-episode second season, which premieres May 3 and which Logan wrote after squeezing in the screenplay for the next Bond film, (Spectre), has two more episodes than the first.

As his expansive resume attests (an Emmy nomination for his script for the HBO telepic RKO 281 and film scripts including Skyfall, Gladiator, The Aviator, Sweeney Todd:The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and Hugo), putting words on the page has never been a challenge

“If I [were to] ever write a novel, this is it,” he says, aptly enough, as the title of his current project alludes to the melodramatic pulp novels-by-installment that were popular in Victorian England, which is also the show’s setting.

“The form of those novels — the way they were written and marketed and consumed — has resonance for me.”

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May 14th, 2015   G General, Interview, Penny Dreadful, Television No Comments

Eva, as an actress, is unafraid of all risks, and must be fun to share scenes with. What’s the dynamic like when you work with her?

Well, Eva’s, she’s very practiced. She comes with a plan, and she does what she wants to do. I’m much more the opposite. I am the opposite. I take a lot of time trying to figure out what I think the character would be going through, and then I throw it out immediately as soon as we start filming. And so I want to experiment. But she has these specific things that she wants to do. So coming at it from these opposite approaches has yielded some pretty interesting scenes, I think. She probably hates it [laughs] because I’m throwing things at her all the time that she didn’t expect.

 

Read Josh Hartnett’s full interview HERE.

May 13th, 2015   G Media, Penny Dreadful, Television No Comments

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May 11th, 2015   G General, Interview, Penny Dreadful, Television No Comments

How’s the experience of working with people such as Eva Green and Josh Hartnett on-set?

Eva and Josh were both a joy to work with and we have some pretty intense stuff to do but thankfully we also managed to have a fair few laughs.

 

Read the rest of Stephen Lord’s interview HERE.

May 9th, 2015   G Media, Penny Dreadful, Review, Television No Comments

 

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Congratulations to Eva for her well-deserved Best Actress in a Drama Series nomination for Penny Dreadful at the 5th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards!!! 

Eva will be competing against Keri Russell (The Americans), Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel), Viola Davis (How To Get Away With Murder), Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife) and Taraji P. Henson (Empire). The award ceremony with be televised LIVE on the A&E channel on May 31 at 8pm (US Eastern Time) or 5pm (US Pacific Time).

 

 

 

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