Eva Green and Alicia Vikander will be co-starring as sisters in conflict traveling through Europe towards a mystery destination in Lisa Langseths’ first English-language film “Euphoria”. Shooting in the German Alps will start in early August this year.
Euphoria is a mix of psychological showdown and absurd reality. Miss Vikander’s newly launched Vikarious Productions will act as co-producer with Sweden’s B-Reel Films’ Patrik Anderson and Frida Bargo. The film has an approximate budget of 50 Million Swedish Kronor. This is the first time that half-Swedish Eva Green will be involved in a Swedish film production. Both Eva and Alicia are represented by Tavistock Wood in London and UTA in Hollywood.
Musician Chrissie Hynde interviewed actress Dakota Johnson for Interview Magazine. Here’s an excerpt of their conversation:
HYNDE: Penny Dreadful, too—on the last tour, I watched that pretty obsessively.
JOHNSON: I think I saw maybe one episode of that just because I am a longtime lover of Eva Green.
HYNDE: Oh, she’s amazing. Timothy Dalton—the whole cast. Eva Green is a goddess.
JOHNSON: She really is. I’m going to get into it. I’m going to get into television. I’ve decided.
Read their full interview at the SOURCE.
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Eva, as an actress, is unafraid of all risks, and must be fun to share scenes with. What’s the dynamic like when you work with her?
Well, Eva’s, she’s very practiced. She comes with a plan, and she does what she wants to do. I’m much more the opposite. I am the opposite. I take a lot of time trying to figure out what I think the character would be going through, and then I throw it out immediately as soon as we start filming. And so I want to experiment. But she has these specific things that she wants to do. So coming at it from these opposite approaches has yielded some pretty interesting scenes, I think. She probably hates it [laughs] because I’m throwing things at her all the time that she didn’t expect.
Read Josh Hartnett’s full interview HERE.
How’s the experience of working with people such as Eva Green and Josh Hartnett on-set?
Eva and Josh were both a joy to work with and we have some pretty intense stuff to do but thankfully we also managed to have a fair few laughs.
Read the rest of Stephen Lord’s interview HERE.