Eva Green immerses herself so deeply into her characters that she forgets she’s naked when she has to shoot a nude scene. Eva Green ”forgets” she is naked when shooting nude scenes. The 34-year-old actress has appeared in a number of racy scenes in her films such as ‘The Dreamers’ and though she admits she isn’t usually comfortable baring all, she immerses herself so deeply into the characters she is
By Rebecca Cope French actress is Campari’s scarlet woman across the ages for Mythology Mixology calendar French actress Eva Green is Campari’s 2015 calendar girl, joining an illustrious list of former models including Uma Thurman, Penelope Cruz and Eva Mendes. Titled Mythology Mixology, the 2015 edition celebrates Campari’s fabled history and the invention of some of its most popular cocktails, from the classic Negroni, created by Count Negroni
By Katie Donbavand It’s hard not to fall in love with Eva Green—even when she’s just a voice on the phone. “I’m in Ireland at the moment,” she purred sounding every inch the femme fatale she often plays on the silver screen. “We just started about a week ago and then I’m going to go straight over to a Tim Burton film.” The busy actress also managed to find
By George Driver We caught up with our fav Bond girl, and Sin City siren, Eva Green to chat all things Casino Royale, loving Cate Blanchett and why she’ll never get Facebook. She’s the smoulderingly sexy French actress we wish we could call our own, the coolest Bond girl since Pussy Galore appeared on our screens and a secret Catherine Tate obsessive. We caught up with actress Eva
Eva Green on Strike Back’s Sullivan Stapleton and their her “unique” sex scene in 300:Rise of an Empire Eva Green on her mother Marlène Jobert and her friends seeing 300: Rise of an Empire, and why it’s fun to play Artemisia Eva Green on what it was like to film the sex scene between Themistocles and Artemisia 300: Rise of an Empire will premiere on Cinemax on Saturday,
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Eva Green interviewed her famous mom for Paris Match. Eva says that Joy was the one who insisted that Marlène wrote her biography and that she didn’t know that her mom had such a difficult childhood. Ms Green was also surprised to read about her mom’s former boyfriends, the ones that she dated before she met Walter Green in 1976, and to know about Jobert’s career in details. She says
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
The actor felt fortunate to have so many electric scenes with Eva Green in Season One You’re working a lot with one of the most interesting actresses out there in my opinion, Eva Green, and your scenes with her are very electric. Tell me about the experience of working specifically with Eva, because there’s something special going on on-screen between the two of you. That’s great to hear. She is
Gregg Araki talks about White Bird in a Blizzard and working with Eva Green (at 6:30 mark).
By Fred Topel Director Greg Araki discusses the psychology of his female characters and looks back on ‘The Doom Generation’ and Sundance in the 1990s. Would a woman like Eve be diagnosed today as depressed? I do think that she’s definitely depressed. Maybe even bipolar. Yes, possibly bipolar. I just saw her character as being a very tragic figure in the sense that if you think about when
By Hillary Weston “I’m very shy and awkward, so playing all these characters and taking on these different roles from myself makes me feel alive and gives me blood,” Eva Green tells me when I ask about the mysterious and darkly seductive roles she’s known for in contrast to the person she is off-screen. “I’m breathing and alive when I’m acting, and I’m confident when I’m acting—I’m not always in
Let’s talk about your latest, very exciting, project – the television series Penny Dreadful. How did you get involved? This is a good question. I’m not quite sure. It was the fortunate turn of events that Showtime approached me with an offer to write the score. Not the opposite, as it usually happens. There were apparently a few people who recommended me. Firstly, John Logan, the writer and creator of
Our friend Thomas Perillon of Le Bleu du Miroir recently got to interview The Salvation’s director Kristian Levring and its main protagonist and Eva Green co-star Mads Mikkelsen in Paris. Here are what they have said about Eva and her participation in the film: THOMAS PERILLON: Mads Mikkelsen was an obvious choice for the main part. What about Eva Green who probably has the most complex and enigmatic part of the