By Jennifer Weil Eva Green is a multitasking maven. She recently took time out from filming the Tim Burton movie “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” to appear at the press launch in Paris of the new L’Oréal Professionnel Pro Fiber line. Green might have been named the international face of the L’Oréal-owned professional hair-care brand just a few months ago in late January, but hair has played a leading
Gallery link: – Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Máxima (Portugal) – May 2015 Green Energy Some consider her the femme fatale of the 21st Century. Others see her as the selective actress of The Dreamers by Bertolucci. In Paris, in the event of L’Oréal Professionnel for its new spokesperson, Máxima confirmed Eva Green’s magnetism: Known as one of the femme fatale of her generation, Eva Green never had any
Gallery link: – Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Grazia (Italy) – June 3, 2015 Last but not least, I’ve also uploaded scans from the May 2015 issue of GQ UK. Five Degress of Eva Green How she fits into the horror heritage. 1. Boris Karloff was in… 2. Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)… 3. with Christopher Lee… 4. Who was in Dark Shadows (2012)… 5. With Eva Green!
Gallery link: – Magazines & Newspapers > 2015 > Io Donna (Italy) – May 30, 2015 “Dark? But I dream of doing a comedy.” She found Ireland, where she is filming the second season of the horror tv show Penny Dreadful, a mystical country. But also in western atmospheres, Eva Green does not stop confronting the dark forces. Even her mother, French actress Marlène Jobert, is surprised by her
By Mike Flaherty For a top screenwriter, a love of the lurid fiction of Victorian England led to Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. John Logan’s career as a playwright and screenwriter – alonq with a Tony Award and three Oscar nominations – is the stuff that MFA dreams are made of. Yet, he admits, that didn’t — couldn’t — quite prepare him for his current gig, the singularly demanding job of series
May 18th, 2015
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Eva, as an actress, is unafraid of all risks, and must be fun to share scenes with. What’s the dynamic like when you work with her? Well, Eva’s, she’s very practiced. She comes with a plan, and she does what she wants to do. I’m much more the opposite. I am the opposite. I take a lot of time trying to figure out what I think the character would be
How’s the experience of working with people such as Eva Green and Josh Hartnett on-set? Eva and Josh were both a joy to work with and we have some pretty intense stuff to do but thankfully we also managed to have a fair few laughs. Read the rest of Stephen Lord’s interview HERE.