Ahead of the UK’s Season 1 Tuesday finale of Penny Dreadful, EvaGreenWeb got a chance to exclusively interview its resident vampire. Armed with 15 questions and copies of Vanessa’s prayers in Latin, we ventured to the Demimonde to talk to Oxford School of Drama, Biochemist turned actor Robert Nairne. Find out below what the Cheltenham-raised actor thinks about the show, transmogrification, Ireland and what it’s like to work with Eva
By Price Peterson Penny Dreadful S01E08: ‘Grand Guignol” There’s just something about Penny Dreadful that makes me want to elevate my language into the more poetic, elegant English of Victorian literature: Aye, gorblimey guvnuh that Eva Green is a right brilliant totty, cheers jolly good. Just kidding, I don’t know what any of that means, I can barely speak American let alone anything approaching the frequently next-level vocabulary of Penny
By Louis Peitzman The French actor and former Bond girl has made a habit of playing supernatural beings, but on Showtime’s Penny Dreadful, she uncovers her character’s humanity. Vanessa Ives may not have the name recognition of Victor Frankenstein, Mina Harker, or Dorian Gray, but she holds her own alongside her more infamous peers. On Showtime’s Penny Dreadful — which incorporates characters from Victorian horror literature like Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Picture of Dorian Gray — it’s
By Julie Miller French actress and former Bond girl Eva Green has played no shortage of witchy women in her career—including a 300-year-old sorceress in The Golden Compass and Johnny Depp’s supernatural seductress in Dark Shadows. But in the Showtime horror drama Penny Dreadful, the actress dials up the intrigue and mystique for her most enigmatic character yet. As Vanessa Ives, a Victorian-era spiritualist on the hunt for a woman
Opening track from the upcoming soundtrack from the film The Salvation with original score by Kasper Winding, feat Javier Mas on Archilaud and the wonderful London Philharmonia. Listen to the opening track from #TheSalvation! Grand Juction by Kasper Winding https://t.co/RyAuhVk5F9 — Eva Green Web (@EvaGreenWeb) May 26, 2014 Source: madsmikkelsen.com
by Elsa Keslassy PARIS– TrustNordisk has inked further sales on Kristian Levring’s western “The Salvation,” which world-premiered out of competition at Cannes. The film was acquired for Germany and Austria (Concorde Filmverleih), Japan (Tohokushinsha Film Corporation), Korea (Cinema Republic) and Russia (Cinema Prestige). TrustNordisk is now in negotiations to close multiple territories. “The Salvation” is already set to travel to North American (IFC), Benelux (Wild Bunch), Australia/New Zealand (Madman Entertainment), France (Chrysalis/Jour2Fete), Greece
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