Here’s the Second Part of our Exclusive Q&A with Eva Green. We thank her for her kindness, candidness and for taking her time to answer us. Special thanks goes to her twin sister Joy for once again facilitating this, without whom it wouldn’t be possible. In case you missed the First Part of the interview, you can read it HERE. We’ll be posting the rest of the Q&A in the coming weeks. Thanks for reading and feel free to leave some messages or comments. Enjoy!
If you could talk to your 15 year old self, what would you tell her?
Do all that you can to develop your confidence and get your attention on other people rather than being worried about people judging you.
You’ve learned how to read tarot cards, handle a crossbow, smoke a pipe, pray in Latin and acquire British and American accents all in the name of your characters. Which skill are you interested in learning should a role calls for it?
My fantasy would be to play a violinist or a cellist who would also be a kick-boxer and a chef!!!!
Eva and Joy shared this funny Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Behind the Scenes photo with us. Thanks Eva and Joy!
“Here’s an exclusive picture from the shooting of Miss Peregrine. Orla Carrol, me and Morna Fergusson ! My best hair and make up team on this planet! Photo is by Leah Gallo.” – Eva
As most Eva fans know, Orla and Morna are not just personal friends of Eva but are also her long time beauty squad! Here they are featured in a production video for Penny Dreadful:
Out of respect to Eva’s wish for the photo to be an EvaGreenWeb Exclusive, we ask everyone not to take the photo without proper permission or consent from Leah Gallo, Eva Green or EvaGreenWeb.com. Thank you.
Well at first I didn’t know where it was going, but I love Eva Green and was told that this was a sort of love interest for her. I’d known John Logan briefly through Kathryn Bigelow during Hurt Locker and we had a little catching up. Then he said, “So, do you like the show?” and I said, “Of course. And I love Eva Green.” He’s, like, “Okay, there’s probably one thing you should know: This guy also goes by another name.” “What’s that?” “Dracula.” I said, “What time is my flight?” It was that quick. To go from the material that I was given where my character is this sort of overly-obsessive museum director, which is a fun character, to an ageless Dracula that you don’t want to mess around with was fascinating. He’s the darkness that goes throughout the whole three seasons. He’s challenging and wonderfully fun to do.
Read his full interview HERE.
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Great news everyone! Eva recently granted us another Exclusive Q&A!! We thank her for her kindness, candidness and for taking her time to answer us. Special thanks goes to her twin sister Joy for once again facilitating this, without whom it wouldn’t be possible. We’ll be posting the rest of the Q&A in the coming weeks! Thanks for reading and feel free to leave some comments. Enjoy!
Your fan base has grown especially since our last Q&A (2014). You’re very much admired for your strong and fearless attitude towards your craft and your pleasant personality, what is it like knowing that you inspire so many people, especially young females from around the world? Do you have any message to your loyal fans? To the wonderful staff of EvaGreenWeb.com?
I feel very honoured. The kind devotion of the fans counterbalances any meanness that I may encounter in this cruel business. The website is so well done and professional that even my agents and my publicist check on it to find the latest info! I’m very touched by the time and energy and especially the care that you take with the website. Bravo bravo bravo!