By Elizabeth Wagmeister “Penny Dreadful’s” second season has been pushed back one week. The 10-episode season two will now premiere on Sunday, May 3. Showtime’s thriller was originally set to bow on April 26, previously announced at the Television Critics Assn. press tour. The new episodes welcome back Helen McCrory, who is back as Evelyn Poole (aka Madame Kali), and Simon Russell Beale, who returns as Ferdinand Lyle. Guest stars include Patti LuPone, Douglas Hodge, Sarah
By Dave McNary Samuel L. Jackson is in talks with Fox to come on board Tim Burton’s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” alongside Eva Green and Asa Butterfield. Chernin Entertainment is producing “Peculiar Children” and has slotted the fantasy-actioner for release on March 4, 2016. Burton will direct from a script by Jane Goldman, who adapted the Ransom Rigg novel about a teenager who finds himself on an
By Katina Vangopoulos From getting her acting start in Bertolucci film The Dreamers, Eva Green has spent the last decade on some of Hollywood’s biggest movie sets working with Ridley Scott and Robert Rodriguez to becoming a Bond girl. As her latest turn in White Bird in a Blizzard makes its debut on Blu-Ray, here’s a look at three Eva Green performances that lend to her standing as a modern
Congratulations to Kristian Levring and to the cast and crew of The Salvation! The film got 7 Robert Awards Nominations: Best Set Design Best Photography Best Costumes Best Make-up Artist Best Soundtrack Best Visual Effects Public Prize For more information on the Robert Awards and the other nominees and categories, click HERE. Source: EkkoFilm
By Oliver Lyttelton 8. “The Dreamers” An extremely polarizing NC-17 film upon its release, Bernardo Bertolucci’s wantonly naive — perhaps revisionist — paean to his ’60s counter-culture heyday is a valentine to the thrilling rush of New Wave cinema and an impetuous kind of sonic youth. It can be a little heavy-handed if you’re not a devout quixotic cineaste (but can you really hate on references to “Mouchette” and
WINNER: BEST ACTRESS Eva Green (Penny Dreadful) One of the most fearless and raw tv performances in years was gifted to us by Eva Green, who played a Victorian Era woman having to battle very real inner demons. Never afraid to give her all – sometimes going to such extreme places that you almost felt empathetic exhaustion watching her – Green was absolutely riveting throughout Penny Dreadful’s first season.
By Trace Thurman Penny Dreadful – The Séance Talk about a slow burn. Penny Dreadful has one of the most interesting narratives of any TV show I’ve ever seen. Based on the pilot alone, it is clear that the destination is not what’s important with this show, but rather the journey instead. Penny Dreadful takes its sweet time getting to the point, and at first I was a little bored but after
By Willa Paskin Mo, you have already chimed in for Penny Dreadful, but I want to chime in particularly for Eva Green. She plays Vanessa Ives, a woman with a traumatic past and a penchant for communing with spirits. Late in the season she became possessed, and not by some semi-friendly neighborhood spirit. Ives’ possession looked painful, brutal, and physically taxing. Green threw her body around with convincing abandon and
By Collider Staff Penny Dreadful – “Closer Than Sisters” Eva Green should be getting some awards recognition for her work on Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. Want to see why? All you have to do is watch episode 5, “Closer Than Sisters.” It was pretty clear that she was going to own the show after the seance scene in episode 2, but “Closer Than Sisters” isn’t just a standout installment because
January 2nd, 2015
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Seven drops that count…. NEGRONI Florence, 1919. It is said that, on his return from England, Count Camillo Negroni asked his favourite bar to prepare his usual Americano with seven drops of gin instead of soda. A legend was born and still continues strong today. In case you missed it, here’s Eva Green and Campari wishing you A Happy New Year!
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Great news everyone! Eva’s pre-nominated in two categories for the People’s Choice Awards 2015! Like the BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award that she won back in 2007, the People’s Choice Awards is voted for by the public. This means that YOU, her loyal fans, will have a hand in giving her these awards! Nominee voting will be between Tuesday, Oct. 21 to Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The
Eva Green Her magnetic allure is the key to her inscrutable sensuality. She’s gorgeous, fragile, and utterly irresistible You needed a really special woman to irremediably break James Bond’s heart: an inscrutable woman able to convey contrasting sentiments such as fragility, determination, fear, sensuality, desperation and mystery with just a glance. That would be Eva Green, the actress who played Vesper Lynd, the great love of Daniel Craig’s 007. Hers is