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 the poster “was rejected for in-theater marketing. It will now live forever online.”. There is no point in blowing this matter out of proportion.
Sadly, this poster has generated quite a number of attention for the past few hours. While there are a lot of people and fans alike defending the poster and Ms. Green herself, there has been a good amount of prudes and perverts that has come out of the woodwork. Saying disrespectful things towards Ms. Green over this poster is uncalled for and unnecessary. This is a character poster portrayed by an actress, not a poster of an actress as herself. We could learn a thing or two from Ms. Green herself. In her own words: “Nudity is just another costume. Perverts might think otherwise.”
Thank you for your concern and understanding.
Welcome to the latest of Eva Green Web! This beautiful and sassy new look was created by the incredibly talented Ray and we hope you will all enjoy it as much as we do. As much as we loved the last design, it had been online for a year and we thought it was time to freshen things up a bit with another one of our favorite photoshoots of Eva. Please let us know if you spot any errors so we can fix them ASAP.
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.
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 (Hollywood Entertainment) and Estonia (Estin Film).
Pic was penned by Anders Thomas Jensen (“In A Better World”) and Levring. It stars Mads Mikkelsen as a Danish settler in 19th century North America.
Cast is completed by Eva Green, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Mikael Persbrandt, Eric Cantona and Jonathan Pryce.
It was produced by Sisse Graum Jørgensen for Zentropa Entertainments, in co-production with Spier Films from South Africa and Forward Films from UK with the support of The Danish Film Institute, Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) and Nordisk Film & TV Fond.
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“In a way, the central question of the series is, ‘Who is Vanessa Ives'”, says John Logan of the show’s clairvoyant heroine, a dame to tune in for. “She’s a complicated woman with a dark past; a woman who personifies what it is to be different, to be a monster in a way. The thing that damns her also makes her strong and commanding in a time when women didn’t have have power, and it gives her sexual liberation, but also curses and torments her.”
To play the role, the writer of the best Bond movie in years bagged the best Bond girl in years: Eva Green. “As a writer, it’s useful to have a muse, and Eva is mine,” Logan tells Empire. “She is a ferociously heroic actor, incapable of being false. I wooed her for months, because she was hesitant about doing a TV project, mainly because of the length of the commitment. Thankfully, she really loved the part. Every day when she’s working, the first thing I do is go to the make-up trailer and chat with her.”
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Empire (UK) – June 2014