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By Julie Miller Let the record show that Eva Green—she of the so-sexy-it-was-banned-by-the-M.P.A.A. Sin City: A Dame to Kill poster—has no qualms about on-screen nudity, at least judging by the five or so films in which the former Bond girl has bared all. That being said, the actress—who is currently slaying Showtime audiences with her deliciously complex (and fully dressed) spiritualist on Penny Dreadful—would like to point out one thing
We thank Eva and her twin sister Joy copiously for making this possible! Enjoy! 😀 “Dear Eva, First of all we feel privileged that you so willingly accept to devote some of your scarce free time to complete once again the Q&A session for EvaGreenWeb.com. It says something about your humble character despite your tremendous success. Thank you so much.” Here are our new questions: 1. After a tiresome period
Our statement about the Eva Green Ava Lord Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster… It has been officially announced that Ms. Green’s Ava Lord Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster is officially banned. It is with great sadness that a pair of covered breasts are deemed more dangerous than a gun. In this regard, @a_kaufman, one of the film’s producers, has cleared straight to EGW that
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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By Casey Cipriani IFC Films announced today from the Cannes Film Festival that the company has acquired all North American rights to Kristian Levring’s Western “The Salvation.” Set in 1870s America, the story begins when settler named Jon kills his family’s murderer, which unleashes the fury of notorious gang leader Delarue. Betrayed by his corrupt and cowardly community, the peaceful pioneer must turn vengeful hunter, slay the outlaws, and cleanse the
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16-year-old Jacob follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.IMDb
A frightening psychological thriller that weaves together classic horror origin stories into a new adult drama.Official Photos Facebook Twitter YouTube IMDb
In 1870s America, a peaceful American settler kills his family's murderer which unleashes the fury of a notorious gang leader. His cowardly fellow townspeople then betray him, forcing him to hunt down the outlaws alone.Photos IMDb Facebook Instagram