Reeve Carney tweets EvaGreenWeb on fan suggestions and the prospect of having Eva Green in one of his music videos. @EvaGreenWeb Not sure if she’d be into it, but I’d certainly love it! I’d cast her any day — Reeve Carney (@reevecarney) September 8, 2014
By Aleigha Spinks Eva Green Sorry, ladies! It is the year of Eva Green! This French beauty is WERKIN’ in 2014, pumping out four films and a hit TV show! Although Green tries to stay out of the eye of the public, no one can help but take notice of this woman being everywhere! ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” was just released in the U.S. this past Friday,
By Jason Shawhan A Dame to Kill For is the sequel to 2005’s Sin City in the most literal way. Thematically, it’s part of a chain of adolescent, hyperviolent misogynist fantasies going back to 1980’s Heavy Metal: hard-boiled men who know the languages of violence and betrayal, and an assortment of noble virgins and streetwise whores to pepper the narrative with occasional frissons to distract from the murder and double-crossing.
Eva Green Being pretty and talented is barely enough to cause a ripple in Hollywood. And if you want to really make waves, to take roles for the art instead of just the paycheck, you need to be a part of that magical Five Percent—that group with a maddening alchemy of good looks, preternatural skill, and mysterious intangibles that elevate them above us mere mortals. Eva Green is one of those people.
By Alison Willmore How the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For actress walked away with the year’s most macho sequels. Most of the thrill of the original Sin City is gone in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s follow-up to their innovative 2005 graphic-novel adaptation, set in a stylized, digitally engineered world of black and white with splashes of color. The movie, which floundered at the box office
By Kyle Buchanan “You cannot defeat the Goddess,” says one character in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. “She cannot die.” He’s referring to Ava Lord, the seductive black widow who gives the film its title, and when she’s played by Eva Green, who can blame him for using heavenly superlatives? There’s always been something otherworldly about Green, who first impressed (and undressed) in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers, won best Bond
Penny Dreadful’s official soundtrack composed by Abel Korzeniowski is now available to purchase on iTunes and on SHO STORE. For more information on the soundtrack, including the track list and album cover, click HERE.
Per Ms. Eva Green’s GQ (UK) interview, we can officially confirm that she is set to play Miss Peregrine in Tim Burton’s film adaptation of Ransom Rigg’s novel Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Filming will start on February 2015, right after Penny Dreadful Season 2 wraps up filming.
By Alice Howarth She became a household name after playing Casino Royale‘s Bond girl in 2006, but now French-born actress Eva Green is courting both new audiences and controversy as she takes on her biggest role yet. Playing femme fatale Ava Lord in the upcoming Sin City sequel, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For, Green’s teaser poster and trailer was banned in America earlier this month after it was deemed “too
The former Bond Girl and Penny Dreadful star on how acting helps her overcome shyness, why she’s naughty healthwise and why she swapped Paris for London. Gallery link: Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Hello! (UK) – August 18, 2014
Eva Green isn’t religious, but believes in the supernatural. The 34-year-old actress stars as a spiritualist in TV series Penny Dreadful, which is about a group of people who battle supernatural threats in London, UK. It’s got her thinking about what might be out there, with Eva adamant humans aren’t alone. “There are forces, yes – I’m not religious but I believe there is something other,” she told British magazine
By Jonathan Broxton Penny Dreadful is a Gothic horror/drama series on the American Showtime network, set in Victorian London at the turn of the 19th century. Taking inspiration from the classic writings of Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and others, as well as the “penny dreadful” magazines which told lurid tales of serial killers, highwaymen and cowboys, creator John Logan re-imagined these classic characters in a new setting, interacting
Post by Abel Korzeniowski. Source: Abel Korzeniowski’s Facebook Page
Penny Dreadful has four main characters based on three Gothic literature: Frankenstein, Dracula and The Picture of Dorian Gray. At San Diego Comic Con 2014, Showtime released three hardcover Special Editions of these books. The books contain original illustrations that were commissioned and oversaw by Penny Dreadful Creator John Logan. Here, we talk to Frankenstein illustrator Louie De Martinis about his craft, working on the book with John Logan and