August 19th, 2014   G Site 35 Comments

Dear Friends and Fellow Fans,

2014 has so far been an exciting year for EvaGreenWeb and all Eva Green fans. Ms. Green has blessed us with four films and a television show this year. 300: Rise of an Empire and Penny Dreadful were both highly successful projects and Ms. Green has been critically praised on both. We expect the same for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, White Bird in a Blizzard and The Salvation –all of which will be out this month and later this year. We thank you all in making these projects to be certified hits and we hope you are all enjoying this joyous year so far as this has been truly unprecedented.

We are happy to relay to you all that Eva has read your birthday messages both here on the site and on Twitter. She was deeply moved and would like to send her appreciation and thank you to everyone!

In this regard, it came to her attention that she has talented fans who are also writers and because of this, Eva Green Web would start receiving literary works for her and her management’s behalf. Ms. Green has manifested an interest in reading good complex intense intricate stories that feel unique and has a good, strong, complex female character with an elaborate back story who is not necessarily a femme fatale or someone she has played on screen before. We are open to receive full length novels, short stories and graphic novels of all genres both from amateur and professional writers. All submitted works MUST BE original, brand new, non-fan fiction, unpublished (both on paper and online, excerpts included) and must not use Ms. Green as a character. Deadline for submission is on December 31, 2014. For more information on this Project, kindly click HERE.

Lastly, we’d like to thank you all for your continued support to Ms. Green and to EvaGreenWeb.com. We immensely appreciate your participation during Eva and Joy’s birthday celebration, as well as following and livetweeting Penny Dreadful Season One during its airing and all other recently concluded and upcoming Eva Green projects and appearances. Ms. Green may not have attended San Diego Comic-Con, but there are other projects to look forward to such as the Campari 2015 calendar, her upcoming appearances and interviews for all her upcoming films and Penny Dreadful starting to resume production for Season Two. All contributions, big and small, are greatly appreciated. We will continue to be a non-profit Eva Green fansite dedicated to her who brings the latest news and updates here, on Twitter, YouTube and Tumblr. We thank you all for continuing to make EvaGreenWeb.com your oldest, largest and most up-to-date fan resource for Ms. Green!

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December 10th, 2014   G Gallery, Media, Penny Dreadful, Television 1 Comment

By Laura Prudom

 

The first season of Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” explored some of horror fiction’s most famous figures, spinning a provocative yarn that weaved vampires, werewolves and demons into the more recognizable stories of Dorian Gray and Victor Frankenstein for a gripping and gruesome monster mash-up. While viewers may have been lured by the chance to see such iconic characters inhabiting the same screen, they stayed for the powerhouse performances from the likes of Eva Green (who played Vanessa Ives, a character original to the series) and the lavish production values, which faithfully recreated the claustrophobic streets of Victorian London and staged some impressive set pieces, from grand theater productions to an elaborate fight scene between our heroes and a vampiric horde.

When dealing with battles between supernatural creatures, viewers have high expectations, so creator John Logan turned to stunt coordinator Pete Miles, whom he had worked with on “Skyfall.”

“You want an action sequence to have its own DNA and feel to it,” Logan explains in Variety‘s exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the stunt work on the series. “We wanted the ‘Penny Dreadful’ action sequences to be appropriate to the piece, so our fights are barroom brawls; they’re really ugly and violent — it has the feeling of savagery.”

In the video above, Miles and the producers explain what went into creating some of the most challenging action scenes of the first season, which had star Josh Hartnett channeling his inner cowboy and Timothy Dalton sustaining a minor flesh wound in the heat of battle.

“Penny Dreadful” returns to Showtime in 2015.

Source: Variety

November 29th, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview 2 Comments

By Manuela Ravasio

 

We interviewed Julia Fullerton-Batten, the first woman photographer behind the lens for the brand of red passion.

What does this mean for you, the word “muse”? 
The muse is someone who is a source of inspiration for creative work. Eva Green was definitely: in a week of intense work together to achieve the Campari 2015 calendar. I feel privileged to have had her as my muse. I was really excited to work with her. As a viewer I always liked her attitude on the set. I was very impressed with the patience she have shown for the realization of these photos. Working with Eva was a revelation for my work usually choose styles found on the streets, but Eva showed me a rich variety of expressions, gestures, personality that I had never met before. 

As you have represented the culture of the beverage Campari in 12 months?
In working with Eva and the team we have tried to associate the theme Mythology Mixology with everyday life, something that would unite the lovers of Campari with a menu of 12 classic drink from the long story but still loved, and drunk from the public. For this reason, the ones you see in the shots reflect the true nature of Campari, including contemporary, inspiration and imagination. Then the scarlet Campari returns in clothes and make-up of Eva, and then a location and coordination of lights which enter into this balance. The entire calendar I think that conveys the very idea of a fairytale event.

“Ducks” from the set that you can / want to reveal? 

Eva loved to entertain us with a lot of funny expressions. On one of these occasions, while we were shooting a scene on a counter, took the soda siphon and sprayed everywhere … .she definitely relaxed the set!

 

Thank you to Valentina for translating this article-interview for us!

 

Source: Marie Claire Italy

November 28th, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview 1 Comment

Eva Green wishes she could have a live-in hairstylist.

The 34-year-old beauty cemented her style-icon status when she appeared as Bond girl Vesper Lynd in 2006’s Casino Royale, with Daniel Craig by her side as 007.

She’s known for her trademark flowing brunette locks, and while it might look like she knows just how to tame her mane, she says it’s all an illusion.

“Oh god… If I could, I’d have a hairstylist living at mine, who does it for me every morning,” she admitted to German magazine Jolie.

“In that sense, I’m just like a man. I spend absolutely no time whatsoever on my everyday look. I do it like this: shake hair upside down, tie it up, done!”

While raven locks have become her trademark, Eva’s hair is actually dark blonde. In the future, she could imagine going back to a lighter shade.

“I’ve been dyeing my hair since I was 15,” she shared. “I’d love to try going platinum blonde. Unfortunately, it’s so bad for your hair. I suggested it to my hairdresser and he said, ‘Well, OK, good luck.'”

Since becoming an A-lister, Eva is a regular at red-carpet events. However, she admits it’s not always easy finding the perfect look.

“At home in the mirror, everything looks great. Then the flash photography starts up and with the light complexion and the dark hair, you look like you’re in a horror movie,” she grimaced.

“I have to be careful not to look like a ghost in pictures. But you can’t really control what happens on the red carpet.”

 

Source: Belfast Telegraph

By Fernanda Baldioti

 

The star of  calendar 2015, the french actress collects stuffed animals and only watch movies on plane

LONDON – At first glance, the production can cause impact: dress and red lipstick, and Louboutin sandals and a powerful make-up  worthy of a diva of the cinema. But the look that Eva Green wore last Wednesday in a suite at the Ace Hotel in London, to launch the 2015 Calendar of Campari, is almost a costume, hand-picked for her to play one of the roles that is considered more difficult: to be herself.

“I hate it when, in a few photoshoots, I have to pose in front and smiling. Therefore I prefer to embody a character, with beautiful clothes, heavy makeup. It’s like an armor.” she explains, who under the lens of the prestigious German photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten gave life to the stories of twelve classic drinks that are based on traditional Italian drink .

But hiding behind her characters is not the only tactic Eva Green does to overcome shyness and flourish her best-known facet of femme fatale in movies. Considered one of the sexiest women in the cinema, the French actress, who played Bond girl Vesper Lynd in “Casino Royale” (2006), calls attention not to have stunning curves. Nor is it the kind that is making faces to test your power of conquest. Eva prefers a game of seduction less obvious, which attracts more by the atmosphere of mystery that she creates around herself, starting with the choice of enigmatic role such as the witch Serafina Pekkala  in “The Golden Compass” (2007); the witch Angelique , in “Shadows of the Night” (2012), and currently the scary Vanessa Ives, in the series “Penny Dreadful”.

“The mysterious people who have secrets and are not obvious, are more attractive, more interesting. We lost the mystery in our society. With the internet, it no longer exists. I find this sad.”, she philosophizes, that makes a point of staying away from social networks: “I  use  my iPhone basically to exchange emails and take pictures.”

Off screen, without the typical supernatural powers of some of her characters, Eva keeps the element of suspense from day to day displaying a goth look: black clothing, smoky eyes and blond hair dyed black dramatically parted to the side. Not to mention the eccentric habits, such as a passion for taxidermy. Simply enter the living room of her house  to come across some skulls and a series of stuffed animals (ranging from birds to an aurochs, an extinct species of bulls).”They find me strange because I have these things. And still think I collect art pieces. I love art, but this is a myth.” she says.

The exotic decor contrasts with the classic beauty, her soft voice  and the almost demure way of the actress, who considers herself an “old lady” and not think twice before giving up a party to stay at home surrounded by friends and even alone: “I do not say lonely, but I like being myself. I am very quiet. For me, the less we say the better. I dont like to spend hours on the phone. I’m a strange animal…” she defined herself, who, however, does not dispense from an invitation to eat well. “I love food but do not have much patience for cooking. I prefer to spend my money going to good restaurants.”

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November 26th, 2014   G Campari, Interview, Media, Modeling 3 Comments

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November 25th, 2014   G Article, Interview, Media, Penny Dreadful 3 Comments

By Sydney Bucksbaum

Can Vanessa Ives (Eva Green) ever really live a normal life on Penny Dreadful?

Or more importantly, does she even want to live a normal life?

All throughout season one of the hit Showtime drama, Vanessa was driven by her inner demons, and sometimes, she even liked the way they made her feel. They “empowered” her in a way, despite all the troubles they brought to her life.

When Showtime’s horror series returns for season two, Vanessa is going to have to make a choice about her demons: exorcise them or learn to live with them for good.

We’ve got your exclusive first look at the journey Vanessa is going to take in season two. Watch the new clip above, with commentary from Green herself!

Green also revealed that in season two of Penny Dreadful, the relationship between Ethan (Josh Hartnett) and Vanessa “is going to be very much explored.”

“They’re going to get closer,” Green said. “It’s a very beautiful relationship.”

While season two doesn’t have a premiere date scheduled yet, it is set to air in 2015.

Source: EOnline

November 23rd, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview, Penny Dreadful, Style 3 Comments

By Sarah Michaud

“I love the one where I’m on the moon,” Eva Green remarks as she flips through her Campari calendar images with PEOPLE. “The astronaut outfit and the hairdo is really cool. And the Negroni shot, where I’m in a Vivienne Westwood courtesan outfit, has such a laid-back, romantic mood.”

The Penny Dreadful star, 34, is the face of the liqueur’s 2015 calendar, shot by Julia Fullerton-Batten and celebrating the stories behind the brand’s classic cocktails. With only 9,999 copies printed each year, the calendar never goes on sale but is instead distributed to friends of Campari.

“It’s such an iconic brand and very artistic,” Green tells PEOPLE of her decision to do the shoot. “I remember the pictures with Penélope Cruz – they were quite beautiful.”

 

Here are five things we learned about the former Bond girl (R.I.P. Vesper Lynd) while in London last week for the launch.

1. She’s a bit of an introvert.
“I’m so boring,” Green tells PEOPLE with a laugh. “I’m such a homebody. I’m not into going to parties because I never really feel comfortable. I’m a bear who lives in a cave.”

2. She has a (fraternal) twin sister.
“My sister Joy isn’t identical so it’s not as fun [as it could be]. If she looked like me … if I was really bad at math, she could go and take the test for me,” the Sin City star jokes. “Our lives are very different. She has two children, lives in Italy and has the perfect life.”

3. She’s currently hooked on True Detective.
“I’m a big fan,” says Green, although she admits that she isn’t completely clear on the “time is a flat circle” concept. “I don’t understand every single thing Rust says but I know what’s going on – the main points! I’m in awe of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson – I think they’re just so fabulous, a great couple.”

4. Her favorite vacation spot? South Africa.
“I went on safari through Kruger National Park, down there at the end of the world. It was just the most magical place – nature, animals,” she explains. “The silence … it’s like you’re waiting for a dinosaur to show up. It’s just the best thing ever.”

5. Her costars are as charming as they are cute.
“I love Harry Treadaway. He’s such a pure, innocent soul and I adore him. Josh Hartnett is so nice and also very cool,” says Green of Penny Dreadful‘s main men. “Timothy Dalton is fabulous. He’s a bit of a father figure as well – he gives me advice in real life.”

 

Source: People

 

November 22nd, 2014   G Campari, Events, Interview, Media, Modeling, Style Comments Off

November 20th, 2014   G Campari, Interview, Media, Modeling, Style, Womb 2 Comments

 

“Sexy Vamp makes me angry“

Actress Eva Green (34) talks in an interview lasting 20 minutes about her qualities as a housewife, her true self and her reputation as a sexy Vamp.

 

Eva Green, you are often reduced to the dark, sexy Vamp. How do you explain that?

Because people have not seen all my movies. If you pigeonhole me, it makes me always a bit angry.

 

What movie should I watch to know the real Eva Green?

The real me I keep to myself. But in the movie “Womb” by Benedek Fliegauf I am playing a shy girl. This is being pretty close to me. But even strong women, being crazy, I like to play. The main thing is, that the characters are not one-dimensional.

 

You are the face of the Campari calendar 2015 with the title “Mythology Mixology“. What is so mythical about cocktails?

The Campari brand, existing over a hundred years, is absolutely timeless. This makes the mythical aura that surrounds the product.

 

Do you like to go out into bars?

Yes, sometimes I do. But only on special occasions.

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November 19th, 2014   G Campari, Interview, Media, Modeling, Style 2 Comments

The Sin City actress said there are not enough acting roles for women.

Eva Green believes sexism is still an issue in Hollywood and there are not enough good roles for women – but television is slowly changing things. The actress is shooting the second series of the Showtime and Sky TV horror Penny Dreadful.

Green told the Standard: “There are simply not enough good roles for women and for the last 20 years it has been so male-dominated and continues to be so.” But she added: “Television is perhaps changing the shape of the industry. The special gift of long-format scripted drama in TV means you can explore characters in far more depth.”

The 34-year-old is the face of Campari’s 2015 calendar. In pictures taken by fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten, Green can be seen dressed in custom made gowns with a Campari drink in hand as she drapes her arm over the wheel of time, packs a suitcase and takes to the boxing ring.

Green follows in the footsteps of Uma Thurman and Penelope Cruz.

Source: London Evening Standard

November 17th, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview 1 Comment

The shots of the Campari Calendar 2015 were taken by Julia Fullerton-Batten, famous art photographer, acclaimed worldwide and first woman to head the Campari Calendar project. Its distinctive feature, which is characterized by the use of light and of highly creative environments, helps to tell these stories and to visually capture a hint of timelessness, the fil rouge of Mythology Mixology this year. Thanks to a perfect combination of insightful vision and a distinctive approach, Julia gives life to every special history behind the classic cocktails Campari so contemporary and artistic.Here is  Style Fashion’s exclusive interview:

 

What can you tell us of your experience on the shooting of the Campari Calendar 2015?

The theme of the Campari Calendar 2015 is Mythology Mixology. And merges visually the brand’s history and the story behind the most famous cocktail of Campari in monthly cameos. I’m happy to have had the opportunity to take the calendar with Eva Green stars and star. Bearing in mind that this is the 16th Edition of the Campari Calendar, are particularly proud of the fact that I am the first woman to photograph one of their iconic calendars. The shots were very similar to what I imagine to be a film set: full of people, exciting and very energetic! At one point we were able to count 71 people on set, all in the same time-the creative team, set designers, make-up artist, my team of assistants, etc. and, of course, two women at the center of the set. Everyone has created something. We worked a lot and often until late in the evening. We were a great team and we can be happy, proud and satisfied that everything has worked out so well. “

 

What was it like to work alongside Eva Green? You have shared funny experiences together?

I didn’t know who would have been the Muse until they are selected as a photographer. When I found out who it was I was absolutely delighted! When I first met Eva on the set just before the start of the shots I hit for his professionalism and patience, made the dress rehearsal of clothes for more than 4 hours. Eva is a pleasantly youthful person and it is very easy to get along. She has the ability to do facial expressions that made everyone laugh. On the set I ran once in a while, but in many cases the wondered of directing herself. I thought it was perfect for this project because we didn’t want to just tell the story of Campari, but also its placement in our contemporary society – this is what manages to capture Eva, is a timeless beauty that is both classical and modern. Among the funny anecdotes, there was a time when it is directed at the bar and playfully took a siphon and carbonated water sprayed all over the set. 

 

There is a trick to capture the true essence of a woman?

There must be a personal bond between photographer and subject, in order to bring out his inner personality, his character and his aura. This requires an element of intimacy between the two. When I met Eva and we look into my eyes I felt that this connection was established and we would have had a good result, and that’s what happened. 

 

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November 16th, 2014   Stef Campari, Gallery 1 Comment

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November 16th, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview, Style 5 Comments

By Olivia Ebeling

 

She’s dazzled us as charismatic and mysterious Bond girl Vesper Lind in Casino Royale and is currently showing her edge in the latest Sin City instalment – but yesterday Eva Green took on another iconic role as the face of the 2015 Campari Calendar.

Following in the footsteps of Hollywood beauties including Penelope Cruz and Jessica Alba, the French actress breathed life into this year’s Mythology Mixology theme, which highlights 12 iconic Campari cocktails including the legendary Negroni and pack-a-punch Old Pal concoctions.

Shot by celebrated fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten, each month represents a different era and recipe from the brand’s 150-year history.

Glam was thrilled to attend a the official launch event of the rare publication in London, where we heavily girl-crushed on Eva as she talked to us about becoming a Campari Heroine, overcoming her shyness in front of the camera and life in London…

 

What was it like to work with such an iconic brand?

Campari is such a classic and my mum has always been a huge fan, so it was nostalgic for me. She would have a Negroni cocktail in the afternoon – in France we called it the ‘Madeleine de Proust’ – and it always reminds me of her.

When was the last time a stranger bought you a cocktail?

It has never happened, actually!

Was it challenging to embrace a different era for each month?

We had an amazing team: the best hair and make-up artists and Julia is so talented. I looked up her work online and I saw all these kind of weird but beautiful photographs of women that were half animal, half human, in the woods, so it was very brave of Campari to pick her. She’s very cool and created a great atmosphere on the set.

Do you have a favourite picture?

They are all so cool because you have some that are very feminine and others that are more androgynous. I love the January image actually, where I’m wearing the strapless Vivienne Westwood gown. I’m a French courtesan and the shot is very romantic. I also love the astronaut outfit because it’s really boyish and cool. I’m going to have that framed for my flat.

All the outfits are bespoke. Did you get to keep them?

Hmm… Let me have a word with Campari about that!

As an actress, do you find it more challenging to pose for a shoot like this?

It’s different. And while I played several different characters, it was fun and I didn’t have to do lots of homework or learn any lines. A holiday! And the team was so passionate and joyful, there was no pressure – which is very rare for a commercial.

Were there any shots that were difficult to pose? On the horse, for example?

Oh, he was very old and very nice. But Julia was worried about me because I had fallen off a horse a while ago and every time the flash went off the horse made a little movement. But he was lovely.

Which image did you have the most fun shooting?

I loved the boxing!

You have been quoted as saying you don’t like posing for pictures as ‘yourself’. Is that true?

Yeah… I mean, I’m quite shy, so sometimes during photo shoots I hate doing frontal shots with a big smile. I just want to be myself and be free… playing characters, wearing beautiful costumes. I love strong make-up as well, it’s kind of an armour.

You said you are quite shy. How do you cope with your racier scenes?

It’s weird, but I concentrate so much on the character and I’m so passionate about the story, I kind of become numb. And I’ve never done something that is gratuitous, that’s not important for the character, so I kind of forget I’m naked. Not that I enjoy being naked! It’s a weird joband sometimes I still don’t understand how I’m doing it – when I was in school I couldn’t even speak in front of people, and here I am!

Have you stopped getting nervous?

I’m always nervous, but I have become more confident.

You live in London. Where do you like to go when you have a day off?

Oh, I don’t know. It’s quite boring, actually! I love walking in the parks and going to restaurants… I love St Johns, that’s my favourite restaurant! But I’m not a party girl, I’m more like an old lady and enjoy spending time at home.

Would you ever move to Los Angeles to be near Hollywood?

I think I’d die there! I can’t drive, you know…

Are we likely to see you on the stage in London?

I would love to – in a small theatre!  But I haven’t been sent many scripts for stage productions. It’s quite scary going on stage, but what makes it so amazing is that you feel the electricity in the audience. It’s immediate and magical… and bloody scary!

Source: UK Glam

November 15th, 2014   G Article, Campari, Interview 1 Comment

Eva Green is like an “old lady”.

The 34-year-old actress has lived in London for several years but doesn’t have many recommendations on cool clubs and bars because she doesn’t go out drinking very much.

She said: “I’m quite boring actually, I love London because of the parks, I love walking and nice restaurants – St John’s is my favorite restaurant ever.

“I’m not a party girl, I’m like an old lady so if I have an aperitif I have it at home.”

Despite her big screen work, the French beauty insists she has no desire to ever move to Hollywood – joking that she wouldn’t be able to cope as she can’t drive a car.

She said: “I’ve been living here [in London] for eight or nine years now. I think I’d die in Hollywood, I cant drive…”

And the ‘Penny Dreadful’ actress – who stars in the 2015 iconic Campari calendar, which is titled ‘Mythology Mixology’ – is keen to take on a stage role in London because she finds working in theater “magical”, though “scary”.

Speaking at the unveiling of the calendar in London, she said: “Would I go on stage? Yeah. I would love to. In a small theater, [something like] Ibsen, I would love that.

“It’s quite scary to be on stage, it’s another process. It’s scary but amazing because you feel the electricity with the audience. It’s immediate and magical. But scary.”

Source: Kingston Region

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