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– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Stylist Magazine – November 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > GQ (France) — October 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Grazia (Mexico) – October 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Version Femina (France) – September 26-October 2, 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > The Edit – September 8-15, 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > Starpics – September 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > La Cosa Cine (Argentina) – September 2016
– Magazine & Newspaper Scans > 2016 > ELLE (France) – September 30, 2016
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The elusive Eva takes time to talk to MiNDFOOD about her love of music, what she lives for and where she goes to escape.
Currently starring in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, the fabulously glamorous and offbeat Eva Green, 36 (article corrected to Eva’s correct current age as of publication; original article contained the incorrect age of “38”), talks to MiNDFOOD about myriad subjects – from whether she’s ‘hot’ enough for Hollywood to her childhood fear of clowns. A former Bond Girl (Casino Royale) and regular on the TV show, Penny Dreadful, was born in Paris. She exudes an old-fashioned mysterious quality rarely seen in modern actresses, that same quality has guaranteed her a career in film.
Miss Peregrine is described as mysterious, smart and tough. Some might would say this was a perfect fit.
(laughs) Well, I like to think so. I try.
What do you like about this beloved literary character?
She’s so cool. She looks after all these gorgeous children and smokes the pipe (laughs). And also, it’s the first time I am not playing the love interest.
Do you smoke?
Not anymore. I used to be a smoker but I stopped 3 years ago.
Thinking about the word peculiar – when have you felt peculiar in your life?
I always felt a bit peculiar. I think lots of people have felt at some point quite different. People say I’m weird but I don’t feel weird – so maybe I am weird! (laughs). I have black hair, I felt strange as a child, I was very shy, scared of going to birthday parties and clowns.
What scares you now?
Oh, God, lots of things in this world. I don’t know where to start. Greed, pollution. Greed mostly.
Do you have any pets?
I have a dog but my sister looks after him. He’s a Border Terrier. His name is Mr. Griffin.
How do you get along with your sister?
My sister lives in Italy so I don’t see her very often but we Skype. She has two beautiful children that I adore. She has a vineyard so she makes her own wine. Yeah, it’s very cool.
By Neala Johnson
“It’s nice,” says Eva Green, “not to play the girlfriend.”
“I don’t want to be the woman in the script where it goes, ‘There’s a beautiful, mysterious woman …’ Just, OK, forget it. I think I would feel unhappy … Some people play it very well but I want to be as equal as a man, you know what I mean?”
Oh, we know what she means.
As far as mysterious girlfriends go, Green played a stunner — to Daniel Craig’s James Bond in his first, bracing outing, Casino Royale.
So impactful was Green’s Vesper Lynd, Bond basically spent the next three films getting over her.
But now the London-based Frenchwoman is over it too. Searching for the word to perfectly capture what she wants to do from here on in, Green finally settles upon “other”.
“It’s exciting to be other.”
If it’s other she wants, Green could wish for no better co-conspirator than Tim Burton.
She teams with the famously eccentric director for a second time on Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, a fantastical adaptation of Ransom Riggs’ best-selling young-adult novel.
Green plays Miss Peregrine, a woman who, while protecting a gaggle of children with unusual abilities from outside threats, also has a peculiarity of her own: as the name suggests, she can transform into a bird.
“I remember Tim called me a year before the shoot. He was like, ‘I’ve got this book, I wonder if you would be interested?’ I was like, ‘Anything, I’d play anything for you’. But he was like, ‘No, no, I want you to read it and see if you like her’.”
A woman-bird who’s handy with a crossbow, has absolutely no love interest and is slightly bonkers? It’s safe to say Green liked her.
“Tim called her Scary Poppins, which I thought was quite funny,” the 36-year-old laughs. “But she’s not a bad, mad woman — it’s all to save her children. She has the ability to transform into a peregrine falcon and because peregrine falcons are the fastest animal on earth, she delivers lines very quickly.
“I watched some documentaries on birds. It was kind of a challenge — I was trying to have little, sharp movements with my head and not much blinking at all, using my hands like claws, my long nails. You always worry that you’re going a bit over the top, but I had a lot of fun … playing her like Mary Poppins on speed.”
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.
Charlotte Rampling is set to join the cast of Euphoria, alongside Alicia Vikander and Eva Green, who were previously announced by Deadline. Vikander is also producing the pic through her newly-launched production banner Vikarious Productions. She is partners in Vikarious with her London-based agent Charles Collier, a partner in Tavistock Wood. The two of them have been driving the production forward, also bringing on-board esteemed DP Rob Hardy, who previously worked with Vikander on Ex Machina and Testament of Youth. Shooting starts early August in the German Alps. The story follows two sisters (Vikander and Green), in conflict traveling through Europe towards a mystery destination.
Euphoria is the English-language directorial debut of award-winning Swedish writer and director Lisa Langseth, who previously collaborated with Vikander on two Swedish-language titles, Pure and Hotell. The film is a production with Sweden’s B-Reel Films’ Patrik Anderson and Frida Bargo. It is the first production from Vikarious, with Vikander and Collier launched on the eve of Cannes. The company plans to produce a further two titles at a similar budget to Euphoria within the next two years.
Read the rest of the official press release at the SOURCE.
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.