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Eva Green isn’t religious, but believes in the supernatural.

The 34-year-old actress stars as a spiritualist in TV series Penny Dreadful, which is about a group of people who battle supernatural threats in London, UK. It’s got her thinking about what might be out there, with Eva adamant humans aren’t alone.

“There are forces, yes – I’m not religious but I believe there is something other,” she told British magazine Hello! “One of my friends is a psychic. She doesn’t talk about it because people might think she’s crazy but she has visions and has told me some interesting things about my own life.”

It’s not just spooky things which gives the French actress the shivers. Eva is also terrified of trying out for film and TV roles, which thinking about the state of the world can get her down too.

“Auditions! Lots of things frighten me: nasty people; ruthlessness in the world; oh and flying – I’m terrible at it,” she sighed.

To counteract her feelings of fear, Eva has a few hobbies which keep her chilled. Some of them developed from childhood and she still finds it relaxing to visit the places she’d frequent with her loved ones. Plus she’s added a few more tips into the mix.

“To go for long walks in the mountains, especially Switzerland. I’ve always loved mountains – I went to them with my family when young. The contact with nature makes me feel human. And pampering myself afterwards with a massage is the best treat,” she explained.

Source: Belfast Telegraph

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By Russell Holly

 

Our next dive into the violent, sexy, and visually arresting world of Sin City is right around the corner, and to help get you ready to temporarily exchange color for carnage we spent a few minutes with Eva Green to talk about what it was like to be A Dame to Kill For.

Much like the first film, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For takes us into Frank Miller’s epic neo-noir comic series. The upcoming film explores multiple comic book arcs in order to make a whole movie, but there’s a clear focus on Miller’s second comic book arc. In the comics, Dwight McCarthy finds himself finally moving away from all of the dark things in Sin City that pull you in and make you bad just as his old flame comes back into his life and sends him on a crash course down to the bottom. Ava Lord, who we learn later is the title dame, turns out to be the perfect combination of temptress and monster. With her history of playing dark characters, it sounds like Eva Green was perfect to play the role.

So, what was it like playing Ava Lord?

Eva Green: She’s such an extreme character. Very forlorn, a real femme fatale. A man-eater, enchantress, kind of a chameleon who can kind of change her skin and become what men desire. She has all these women insider here, so it was kind of fun to play all these women and to be kind of the damsel in distress, the princess, the goddess, the bitch. It was fun.

She’s a dark character across all of that, not just when she needs to be. You get the feeling that she’s just always this dark person.

Eva Green: She is dark. I mean, she is like 200% so dark. Her heart is so cold and hard, and you wonder what happened in her past to make her like that. Maybe she was born like that, just completely bonkers. I’ve played evil characters but that one is, yeah, pretty full on dark.

Sin City is this incredibly visual experience for the viewers, because it’s so black and white with these flashes of color. What is that experience like on your side of the lens?

Eva Green: I knew the first Sin City, so I knew it was in good hands and it would look really cool. But it’s true, I mean there’s green screen and then there’s green screen. I’ve done green screen before but here we had no furniture, no doors, no walls. There were a lot of scenes where it was just me and the other person in the scene, which is fine. It’s fun when you can use your imagination, but really when you have another actor in front of you that’s all that matters.

In preparation for the role, did you read any of the comics or anything?

Eva Green: I only read A Dame To Kill For. I knew that Frank and Robert had used it as a storyboard, and that they were going to be very faithful to that. Reading it helped so I knew what would be surrounding me. You have to bring your own flesh to the role, though. It was nice to see how she was moving and it helped a lot to embrace Frank’s vision. I tried my best, anyway.

 

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Thanks to Markus for the heads up!

Gregg Araki’s White Bird in a Blizzard starring Eva Green, Shailene Woodley and Chris Meloni will be shown under the category of “Selected Features” at this year’s Fantasy Film Fest in Germany. More details on the festival here.

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By Eric Spitznagel

 

The U.S. has come a long way in the last decade. Same-sex marriage is now legal in 19 states. Medical marijuana is legal (with a “note from your doctor”) in 23 states. But if there’s one thing we still have no tolerance for, it’s lady nipples. Even worse if those nipples belong to a French seductress like Eva Green, ass-kicking star of blockbusters like Casino Royale and 300: Rise of an Empire.

A poster for her new film, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For — in theaters August 22 — was banned by the MPAA for, in their words, the “curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown.” And then a commercial slated to air on ABC was pulled for more or less the same reason. Too much Eva Green nipplage.

Green recently said that boobs “have never killed anyone” (though she did add that suffocation is a possibility). I called up Green recently, and she talked quite a bit more about the controversy — and about her obsession with stuffed dead animals.

ESQUIRE.COM: I have a lot to ask you about Sin City, but we should probably start by talking about taxidermy.

EVA GREEN: I’m sorry?

ESQ: I heard that you’re a repeat customer at Deyrolle in Paris, the taxidermy shop.

EG: [Laughs.] Oh yes, yes, that’s right.

ESQ: I was there decades ago, when I was doing the backpacking-across-Europe thing. The place is insane.

EG: It’s a very beautiful shop. It’s like being in a fairy tale or something.

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