G   /   November 15, 2014   /   1 Comment

Eva Green immerses herself so deeply into her characters that she forgets she’s naked when she has to shoot a nude scene.

Eva Green ”forgets” she is naked when shooting nude scenes.

The 34-year-old actress has appeared in a number of racy scenes in her films such as ‘The Dreamers’ and though she admits she isn’t usually comfortable baring all, she immerses herself so deeply into the characters she is playing, she doesn’t feel awkward stripping on camera.

She said: ”It’s kind of weird I get so much into the character and so passionate that I forget…

”If you’re talking about a nude scene I get numb in some way, I forget that I’m naked and I do not like being naked.”

However, the ‘Penny Dreadful’ star – who stars in the 2015 iconic Campari calendar, which is titled ‘Mythology Mixology‘ – insists she wouldn’t strip if she didn’t feel it necessary for the role.

She added: ”I never do them if they’re gratuitous.”

Eva admits she has a ”weird” job because she has never always been confident speaking in front of other people.

Speaking at the launch of the Campari calendar, she said: ”It’s a weird job when I was at school I would never speak in front of people and here I am now. I always get nervous. I’m a tiny bit more confident now maybe.”

 

Source: ContactMusic

G   /   November 13, 2014   /   1 Comment

By Rebecca Cope

 

French actress is Campari’s scarlet woman across the ages for Mythology Mixology calendar

French actress Eva Green is Campari’s 2015 calendar girl, joining an illustrious list of former models including Uma Thurman, Penelope Cruz and Eva Mendes.
 
Titled Mythology Mixology, the 2015 edition celebrates Campari’s fabled history and the invention of some of its most popular cocktails, from the classic Negroni, created by Count Negroni himself in 1919, to the modern Campari Orange Passion, an update of the classic Campari Orange, with Green bringing to life a different story for every month.
 
God knows why they chose me!” jokes Green on her casting. “I was very flattered. I guess it is because people like labelling me as a dark femme fatale. What I liked here though is that every month was a different character. I got to play lots of characters without doing any homework, no learning lines, no research.”
 
Shot by Julia Fullerton-Batten, 2015 marks the first in its 16-year run that the calendar has been shot by a woman – although Green herself is swift to point out that Julia’s gender has nothing to do with the quality of her work.
 
“To me, at the end of the day, woman or man, all that matters is if the person is talented,” she observes astutely. “And Julia is!”

Green herself was also extremely involved in the creative process, bringing her own team of stylists and make-up artists with her for the project.
 
“It was very important to me to not be treated like a model or a puppet – it was a real collaboration between my team and Campari,” she explains.  “We had such an amazing team – it was a real joy to be on set.”
 
Although not strictly a fashion calendar per say, fashion does play a role, with the 34-year-old sizzling in Vivienne Westwood, Versace and Alaia, not to mention numerous custom-made gowns. So is Green interested in fashion herself?
 
“I love Rick Owens, big time,” she says. “And Elie Saab… those dresses are just so magical. I heard also that John Galliano is going to work again, with Margiela, so I wish him luck with that one.”
 
The fact that the calendar is not for sale, but instead distributed to 9,999 friends of Campari, heightens its artistic value, something with Green is quick to mention. “I’m having the June Sputnik shot framed for my living room, it’s my favourite,” she says. “I loved the boyishness of the astronaut’s suit, especially in contrast to some of the girlishness of the other months.”
 
And is she allowed any for her family? “It’s quite funny because my mum has always been a big fan of Campari and would often have a Negroni in the afternoon,” she says, “So I’ve asked for a calendar for her.”

Source: Harpers Bazaar UK

G   /   November 12, 2014   /   0 Comments

Jada Pinkett Smith thinks TV is the place to be for women right now and praises Claire Danes and Eva Green for their work on the small screen.

Women are beautifully complex, and on TV we have the time to peel back those many layers of a woman that defines her. And so we have all these fantastic characters, like Claire Danes in Homeland and Eva Green as Vanessa Ives in Penny Dreadful – she’s probably my favourite character on TV right now,” she praised.

Read the rest of Jada Pinkett Smith’s interview HERE.

Source: Belfast Telegraph

G   /   November 10, 2014   /   0 Comments

By Katie Donbavand

 

It’s hard not to fall in love with Eva Green—even when she’s just a voice on the phone.

“I’m in Ireland at the moment,” she purred sounding every inch the femme fatale she often plays on the silver screen. “We just started about a week ago and then I’m going to go straight over to a Tim Burton film.” The busy actress also managed to find time to pose in the 2015 Campari calendar wearing a fantasy wardrobe that included Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg,Christian Louboutin, and Versace.

Somewhere between the glamorous photo shoots and prepping for her various roles, Green managed to find time to talk to us about where she likes to wander in Paris, how she keeps her skin glowing, and what her new role in the latest Tim Burton movie entails.

 

You’re one of our favorite brunettes! What’s your secret to keeping your hair healthy and shiny? It’s always so beautiful.

My scalp is actually becoming quite sensitive. I just discovered that brand Moogoo, it’s for very sensitive scalp. It’s kind of organic, very simple. It’s nice.

Otherwise Shu Uemura do amazing shampoos. They do an oil as well that can be put on your hair for 24 hours. It kind of feeds—nourishes—your hair. It makes it very shiny. It’s very good!

 

And what about your skin? You’re always glowing. How do you wash your face?

It’s nice to change [products]. I’ve discovered recently discovered SkinCeuticals. It’s made miracles on my face, I have to say. They have some great antioxidant products and [the results] are immediate. It’s a very amazing brand.

Otherwise, I like Jurlique. La Prairie is very good as well. Sisley too. It’s nice to change. And also [these are] all very normal products that you would buy at the pharmacy.

 

Your trademark is the smoky eye. You always hit the red carpet with it. Are there any new makeup trends that you are excited to try?

I don’t know if I’ll be brave enough to go with very plain makeup on the red carpet because it’s kind of an anomaly for me. I like smoky eyes, but also the lips done because in real life I’m very boring and don’t usually have any makeup, so, for me, it’s the best opportunity to wear makeup! I love makeup on the red carpet.

 

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Stef   /   November 09, 2014   /   2 Comments

Thanks to Carol, Eden and Sebastian for many of the new additions. Enjoy!

Gallery link:
Campari Calendar 2015 Launch (London) – November 5, 2014

G   /   November 09, 2014   /   2 Comments

By George Driver

 

We caught up with our fav Bond girl, and Sin City siren, Eva Green to chat all things Casino Royale, loving Cate Blanchett and why she’ll never get Facebook.

 

She’s the smoulderingly sexy French actress we wish we could call our own, the coolest Bond girl since Pussy Galore appeared on our screens and a secret Catherine Tate obsessive. We caught up with actress Eva Green as she follows in the footsteps of Uma Thurman and Penelope Cruz as Campari’s latest calendar girl. 

 

InStyle: You’ve played a Bond girl, three witches, an Arabian princess… what would your dream role be?

Eva: I’d love to do something with Mike Leigh, something quite raw. People have a tendency of putting me in the box of the femme fatale so I’m quite sick of that. I’ve played other roles but it seems that’s what people see me as, just hair and makeup and I wish people would see beyond that.

 

InStyle: Do you do funny?

Eva: Well, I was obsessed with Catherine Tate for a while… I’d love to do a comedy but it’s quite difficult to find a great one. I’d love to do a dark comedy, I like a dark sense of humour. I’d love to find the right one and be brave enough to do it.

 

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G   /   November 08, 2014   /   2 Comments

Eva Green on Strike Back’s Sullivan Stapleton and their her “unique” sex scene in 300:Rise of an Empire

 

Eva Green on her mother Marlène Jobert and her friends seeing 300: Rise of an Empire, and why it’s fun to play Artemisia

 

Eva Green on what it was like to film the sex scene between Themistocles and Artemisia

300: Rise of an Empire will premiere on Cinemax on Saturday, November 8 at 10PM/9C.

 

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G   /   November 08, 2014   /   1 Comment

 

We have added new and old videos on our Youtube Channel. Be sure to check them out!

G   /   November 07, 2014   /   1 Comment

M.   /   November 06, 2014   /   4 Comments

Eva Green interviewed her famous mom for Paris Match. Eva says that Joy was the one who insisted that Marlène wrote her biography and that she didn’t know that her mom had such a difficult childhood. Ms Green was also surprised to read about her mom’s former boyfriends, the ones that she dated before she met Walter Green in 1976, and to know about Jobert’s career in details. She says that she’d like to be lighter and funnier like her mom and Marlène says that her daughter is funnier than she gives herself credit for and that she should be able to use that side of hers in Tim Burton’s next film.

Gallery links:
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Gala (France) – November 5, 2014
– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Paris Match (France) – November 6-12, 2014

G   /   October 29, 2014   /   2 Comments

European Netflix subscribers will finally be able to get hooked on Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. Announced today, CBS Studios International and Netflix signed a multi-territory licensing deal for CBS and Showtime series in Netflix’s six new Euro markets: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, as well as the Netherlands. Under the agreement, Netflix obtains exclusive first-window rights to Penny Dreadful in these territories.  Other series licensed from CBS Studios International to Netflix include Elementary, Under The Dome, Ray Donovan, Dexter, Deadwood and Jericho. Said CBS Global Distribution Group president and CEO Armando Nuñez in a statement, “We’re excited to have CBS’ world-class programming and Showtime’s acclaimed original series be part of Netflix’s launch in these territories.”

Source: Deadline

G   /   October 26, 2014   /   1 Comment

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Great news everyone! Eva’s pre-nominated in two categories for the People’s Choice Awards 2015! Like the BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award that she won back in 2007, the People’s Choice Awards is voted for by the public. This means that YOU, her loyal fans, will have a hand in giving her these awards!  

Nominee voting will be between Tuesday, Oct. 21 to Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The official nominees and will be announced during the annual People’s Choice Awards Press Conference on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 (9:00 AM, PT) at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. You can watch the press conference on PeoplesChoice.com. People’s Choice Awards 2015 will air LIVE on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015 from 9:00-11:00 p.m. ET on CBS.

Apart from Eva’s two pre-nominations, Penny Dreadful and 300: Rise of an Empire were also nominated

To vote, click on the link below each category:

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VOTE FOR EVA FOR FAVORITE MOVIE ACTRESS  HERE!

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VOTE FOR EVA FOR FAVORITE SCI-FI/FANTASY TV ACTRESS HERE!

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VOTE FOR PENNY DREADFUL FOR FAVORITE CABLE SCI-FI/FANTASY TV SHOW HERE!

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VOTE 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE FOR FAVORITE ACTION MOVIE HERE!

You can vote using your smartphone. The PCA app is available on Apple’s App Store and Android’s Play Store!

Everyone can vote and you can vote as much as you want. We were successful back in 2007 and we are sure that we can do it again for Eva! Have fun voting!

G   /   October 25, 2014   /   3 Comments

Eva Green

Her magnetic allure is the key to her inscrutable sensuality. She’s gorgeous, fragile, and utterly irresistible

 

You needed a really special woman to irremediably break James Bond’s heart: an inscrutable woman able to convey contrasting sentiments such as fragility, determination, fear, sensuality, desperation and mystery with just a glance. That would be Eva Green, the actress who played Vesper Lynd, the great love of Daniel Craig’s 007. Hers is not a stage name, but she followed in the footsteps of her mother, the French actress Marlène  Jobert. “In the beginning, my mother kept telling me not to choose this career because it is a cruel world and I’m very fragile. Perhaps I was also afraid of being compared to her, not only in terms of a mother-daughter relationship, but also on a professional level.” When you meet Eva for the first time, you are struck by her beauty and by her magnetic allure, those slightly guarded smoky eyes, dusky voice, and disarming shyness. “I know I’m vulnerable, extremely shy and insecure. I feel I can only truly express myself when I’m acting.”

Discovered by Bernardo Bertolucci, who launched her in the film The Dreamers in 2003, Eva became internationally famous with Casino Royale. It was, in a certain sense, an opportunity that turned out to be a mixed blessing. It made her one of the most famous and unforgettable Bond girls, but it also transformed her, despite herself, into the femme fatale archetype that every director wants. That is why she is twice as happy today to be the heroine of the action fantasy flick 300 – Rise of an Empire. In it, she is Artemisia, the warrior queen thirsting for revenge. It is a very virile and physical role. “I like having to handle a sword and fight like a man. What girl wouldn’t be happy to be a man for at least one day?” But that was just an interlude because Eva has gone back to being the dark, sensual, and enigmatic actress that we were accustomed to seeing on the screen. Whether it is on TV, with the series Penny Dreadful where she is Vanessa Ives, an unsettling girl from a good family possessed by evil spirits in Victorian London, or in the movies as Ava Lord, “the dame to kill for” in the next Sin City, Eva is quite the irresistible femme fatale.

 

Source: Vogue Italia

By Maria Grazia Meda, excerpt from Vogue Italia, September 2014, n. 769, p.348  Published: 09/15/2014 – 07:00

 

 

G   /   October 22, 2014   /   1 Comment

The actor felt fortunate to have so many electric scenes with Eva Green in Season One

You’re working a lot with one of the most interesting actresses out there in my opinion, Eva Green, and your scenes with her are very electric. Tell me about the experience of working specifically with Eva, because there’s something special going on on-screen between the two of you.

That’s great to hear. She is so hardworking, and I don’t know how she does it, really, because she’s in so much of the show, and the language is beautifully dense. She’s always on it. It’s a joy to work with everyone on the show. I mean, I really enjoy working with everyone equally, but it’s great to hear that about the scenes with Eva. I do really enjoy working with her. The first time I ever saw her on screen was in “Casino Royale,” and she definitely stands out in that film, and she stands out in everything she does.

 

Read more the rest of Reeve Carney’s interview HERE.

Source: HitFix

G   /   October 18, 2014   /   1 Comment

By Dennis Dermody

White Bird In A Blizzard
Gregg Araki’s latest is a moody, melancholic, spellbinding movie based on the novel by Laura Kasischke. Set in 1988, teenage Kat (Shailene Woodley) is dealing with her mother’s (Eva Green) mysterious disappearance one day. Time passes with no word from her and she gets by living with her sadsack dad (Chris Meloni), hanging with her friends (Gabourey Sidibe & Mark Indelicato), seeing a shrink (Angela Bassett), sometimes screwing her dim but criminally cute neighbor (Shiloh Fernandez) and hooking up with the hot investigating detective (Thomas Jane). But she is haunted by dreams of her mother. Eva Green (seen in flashbacks straining furiously to break the bonds of her oppressive married live) is frighteningly good. Araki’s spot-on use of period music and dreamy cinematography give the film a haunting Mysterious Skin-like vibe, which serves it wonderfully.

Read the rest of the list HERE.

Source: Paper Magazine