M.   /   June 01, 2007   /   4 Comments

Thanks to the lovely mata as usual. 😉

M.   /   May 31, 2007   /   19 Comments

Thanks to Ms Green’s management, we know that Eva is currently in Paris where she was announced the new muse of the house of Dior by John Galliano at a ceremony at the Opera Garnier last night. Eva will embody the new fragrance called Midnight Poison. The Wong Kar Wai commercial that I mentioned in a previous post was shown for the first time during the same occasion. The director, Eva and Galliano have brought us the new story of a modern Cinderella who even swings in on a rope. “I hope you fall under the same spell I did,” Galliano said. I’m sure we will!

The new Christian Dior fragrance is slated for a fall release if you are in the Northern hemisphere or a spring release if you are in the Southern hemisphere.

M.   /   May 29, 2007   /   0 Comments

We have a new video thanks to Paolo. It’s a very tiny TV footage announcing the Effetto Bertolucci at the Festival Futuro Presente earlier this month. They didn’t show any footage from the festival itself, but they did show footage of the 3 dreamers and Bertolucci at the Venice Film Festival in 2003.

I’ve also added more HQs from the “Golden Compass” party in Cannes. Many of them were donated by Holli. Thank you!

M.   /   May 26, 2007   /   6 Comments

First of all, thanks to Anouk for sending in 4 new Serafina stills.

Last but not least, we have a brand new video thanks to the awesome Isabelle. It’s a French interview (that also contains on-set footage) in which Eva talks about “The Golden Compass” and her international career. She said that unfortunately she didn’t find any new French roles that she liked so far. She also said that she had to rehearse a lot, suspended on the air, very high, and that it was a problem because she’s very scared of heights but that she lands very well now.

Screen captures from it can be found in the gallery.

M.   /   May 25, 2007   /   6 Comments

Two new Golden Compass stills were released this week. Thanks to Olga, Tara and Holli for sending them in.

M.   /   May 24, 2007   /   1 Comment

Daniel Craig is set to star in The Golden Compass, a film that is hoping to rival Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings and the Chronicles of Narnia.

It’s a big budget adaptation of the His Dark Materials trilogy by British author Philip Pullman. Directed by US film-maker Chris Weitz, the £90 million movie also stars Nicole Kidman and Eva Green among others.

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E! News showed a very short footage from the Cannes press conference tonight. Not only it was extremely short, but the main focus was Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman’s absence. That’s why I won’t be adding it to the Video Archives. I recorded and encoded the video and sent it to the ladies of Dedicated to Daniel. You can download it here.

Here’s a screencap in which Eva can be seen:

I’ve also updated the Filmography page with more info on “The Golden Compass”.

M.   /   May 22, 2007   /   18 Comments

Yet another event for our girl! She went to the Golden Compass party tonight.

Eva is wearing a Dior gown.

M.   /   May 22, 2007   /   0 Comments

I’ve added new photos from the Cannes photocall and also photos of Eva taken earlier today.

M.   /   May 22, 2007   /   4 Comments

I translated from French an excerpt of an interview with Marlène Jobert in which she talks about her twins, Eva and Joy.

You can read it here.

M.   /   May 21, 2007   /   4 Comments

The teaser trailer for “The Golden Compass” is now available at Yahoo Movies. Eva looks amazing as a flying witch!

Captures can be found in the gallery:

The teaser trailer is now available for download in the Video Archives. Make sure that you have all the most recent DIVX codecs installed in order to play it.

M.   /   May 21, 2007   /   12 Comments

The event that many of you have been waiting impatiently for is taking place today. Eva Green , Daniel Craig, Dakota Blue Richards, Sam Elliott, Chris Weitz and other members of the crew and cast are currently in Cannes promoting “The Golden Compass”. I’ve added photos from the photocall and from the press conference to the gallery.

M.   /   May 21, 2007   /   2 Comments

New Line Cinema has set the release schedule for its epic $150m adventure movie The Golden Compass, almost exactly duplicating the rollout of The Fellowship Of The Ring in 2001.

The film is having a major promotional launch today, just as Fellowship did at Cannes 2001, with a press conference and photo call as well as a screening of 20 minutes of footage.

Director Chris Weitz and stars including Daniel Craig, Eva Green and Dakota Blue Richards are all here, although Nicole Kidman is shooting in Australia.

The world premiere will take place in London on Nov 26 followed by the first territorial openings in France and Spain on Wed Dec 5 and in Germany and Holland on Thursday Dec 6.

The rest of the world, including North America, opens on Dec 7, except Italy which goes one week later on Dec 14 and Australia on Dec 26. Japan will open three months later on March 1. Those openings were the same for Fellowship.

Source: Screen Daily

M.   /   May 20, 2007   /   3 Comments

Just as it did with its Tolkien tale, the studio offers just a peek at “Golden Compass.’

By John Horn, Times Staff Writer
May 21, 2007

CANNES, France — There’s no denying that Hollywood worships sequels. New Line Cinema has taken the love affair one step further: It’s cloning not a movie, but a movie launch.

For the second time in six years, the studio has come to the Cannes Film Festival with a few minutes of an unfinished film in tow. It’s to prove, yet again, that New Line not only hasn’t trampled a beloved piece of fantasy literature, but also has turned out an impressive epic. The drill turned out beautifully with 2001’s sneak peek at “Lord of the Rings” footage. But can lightning strike twice with “The Golden Compass”?

In the works for six years, “Compass ” represents what New Line — and writer-director Chris Weitz — hopes will be the first installment in another trilogy of ambitious blockbusters. Like “The Lord of the Rings,” which had a tortuous path to the screen, the first movie adapted from Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” books did not coalesce easily. And as was true with New Line’s choice of Peter Jackson to adapt J.R.R. Tolkien, “The Golden Compass” represents a steep wager on a counterintuitive filmmaking choice.

Weitz is moving from alternately crude and clever comedies (“American Pie,” “About a Boy”) to an epic, effects-laden children’s adventure, set to open Dec. 7.

Read the rest of the article at the Los Angeles Times website.