G   /   November 18, 2014   /   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

2 Responses to “Eva Green Says TV Is Good For Actresses”
  1. alanfeierstein Says:

    I believe that television is the first step for an actress to be noticed by the public….especially if the actress is involved in an on going TV series…so I agree with Eva.

  2. Anna Says:

    Noo…I can’t believe it, the more I “know” her, the more I love her. I love that she remains true to herself in this business, I relate to her in many aspects, that’s what I love her even more :3 haha <3 I hope more exciting projects to come for Miss Green!