G   /   August 24, 2016   /   4 Comments

Alicia-Eva-Euphoria-First Still

Here’s your first look on Lisa Langseth’s “Euphoria” starring Eva and Alicia Vikander. The film also stars Charlotte Rampling, Charles Dance, Adrian Lester and Mark Stanley. This is director Lisa Langseth’s English language film debut. Miss Langseth previously directed Alicia in “Hotel” and “Pure”. The film tells the story of sisters Ines and Emily, who meet up again after many years apart and the profound journey that they undertake together. Filming is currently taking place in Munich with the production set to move in the Bavarian region of Germany. “Euphoria” is expected to be released next year, 2017.

4 Responses to “First Look: Eva Green & Alicia Vikander in ‘Euphoria’”
  1. Lisa Says:

    I can’t begin to explain how excited I am for this; I love the cast. I love the simplicity of the synopsis they’ve given us. Eva looks soulful and tender and I am sure she’s going to be incredible in it. I can’t wait to see how they play off of each other, these two profoundly talented girls.

    Her haircut (or wig) makes her look like an adolescent; fragile. I missed her in movies; I’m rooting for her so hard, I hope this movie will give her the emotional satisfaction she looks for in her roles. I hope it’ll be a grand success!!!

  2. LordPendragonOfCaria Says:

    Eva looks SO gorgeous here. From what I read about this film, it may be a return for her to the more independent film stage, which I certainly wouldn’t mind seeing 🙂

    Regardless, I am quite eager to see what both this film and Miss Peregrine’s brings to us, especially regarding Eva and her stellar acting talents <3

    Looking at Eva with that shorter haircut, I'm almost reminded of Miss G. XD

  3. Flavia Says:

    Can’t wait to watch this. Very excited!

  4. Ian Says:

    Directed by Lisa Langseth, means that it will have a more natural, humanistic approach. I’m looking forward to watch her on this, because she – in the end, genuinely does
    best at natural, crude, and soul craving roles, that are characteristical of European film. I fell in love with film, the sincere love, because of European film. Hollywood could take advantage of, saw its potential, and started to gain capital from it. There, it was reshaped. But it was already a different thing. And with a different objective, for different reasons. Minor current movies remind you why it is still great. Looking at Euphoria as a promising opportunity to watch Eva at her best, exuding that power that few actors do have, and possibly as being part of something that will be remembered for generations to come.