M.   /   February 12, 2013   /   14 Comments

Studio Ciné Live (France) – February 2013

The French actress is pursuing her rich international career by filming White Bird in a Blizzard under the direction of Gregg Araki. It’s the story of a young woman (Shailene Woodley, The Descendants), whose life is turned upside down by the disappearance of her mother. Today, Eva Green shoots, in Los Angeles, a scene in which she gets married… in the same church where Elvis and Priscilla Presley tied the knot in 1967. “It’s the first time that I get married on screen. And I shoot, the same day, my wedding and my funeral!”, she confides.

14 Responses to “Eva Green for Gregg Araki in Studio Ciné Live (France)”
  1. Ashley Says:

    Oh my goodness, I can’t believe Eva spoiled the ending to White Bird in a Blizzard!!!! I’ve read the book and the funeral thing she mentioned isn’t actually in the book, but it definitely spoils the ending. Haha gotta love her.

  2. Jess Says:

    She spoiled the end hahahahahha, classic Eva! <3

  3. spot Says:

    Lol way to spoil the ending. Hope she didn’t get into any trouble!

  4. AusRotteN77 Says:

    im sure the studio is ok with her spoiling the ending otherwise i dont think they wouldda run the story? idk im just happy this year we get to see our girl on the big screen several times!!!
    ps.not happy bout her funeral im probably gonna cry 🙁

  5. Ashley Says:

    It’s just funny that she spoiled the ending because the entire book focuses on Katrina (played by Shailene Woodley) dealing with her mother’s disappearance and trying to put the pieces together. You don’t find out until the very last page that Eve (Eva’s character) is dead! At least she didn’t spoil how her character dies!

  6. francescleo Says:

    wow. Eva looks gorgeous in that wedding dress! i’m so happy for her. she’s got 3 films for this year already. can’t wait to watch them all. 🙂 cheers!

  7. spot Says:

    I’m thinking that maybe the approach will be different compared to the book so it’s okay to spoil the ending.

  8. Ashley Says:

    Have you read the book? Just curious. I can see what you’re saying about how they may approach it differently, but if they reveal in the beginning that Eva’s character is dead it’ll spoil a lot about her secret life (which is what Kat spends the majority of the time uncovering) Of course, movies are often vastly different from books, so it’s entirely possible you may be right.

  9. np001 Says:

    Beauty as always. Did anyone notice her left hand?

  10. spot Says:

    Hi Ashley, no I have not read the book yet. Thank you for giving me a background of the book’s story. Now I’m curious on how this will translate onscreen.

    np001, what do you mean with her left hand?

  11. np001 Says:


    Hello. I don’t know, it looks bit awkward, may be its the veil and position of the hand.

  12. Ashley Says:

    Just to give you some more background without spoiling anything, the entire book is driven by Kat (Shailene Woodley’s character) and a few other characters in the book trying to determine whether or not Eve (Eva Green) left on her own or if foul play was involved. Since Eve was such a horrible and miserable woman, hardly anybody misses her after she goes missing, including her daughter. As a matter of fact, Kat is happy when her mother disappears because her mother was verbally, emotionally, and at times physically abusive to her. It’s not until she begins having nightmares about her missing mother that she becomes concerned and digs into her past. She discovers what truly happened with the help of her psychologist, a detective, and when she uncovers huge secrets her mother was keeping.

    Needless to say, it will be a GREAT role for Eva. She did, however, share way too much information in her quote hahaha.

  13. spot Says:

    Thank you for the background Ashley! It really do sound like a very challenging and great role for Eva. Glad she’s involved in this project. So naughty of her to spoil her character’s end. Hahahaha

    np001: I think it’s just the way her arms are bent because it seems like she’s trying to stop the veil from blowing pass her face.

  14. np001 Says:


    Anyone seen this?