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“The Salvation” clip starts at 23:30.
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– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > GQ (Italy) – March 2014

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Enjoy the new additions and look for even more Cannes photos to be added over the next few days.

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67th Annual Cannes Film Festival: “The Salvation” Screening – May 18, 2014

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Sir Malcolm is helped on his quest by another former Bond star, Eva, as supernaturally-gifted Vanessa Ives. The pair are working together but, Timothy (Dalton) says, they’re not exactly friends.

“I don’t think he’s just using a figure of speech when he says that so save his daughter, he would murder the world,” he says. “He means he would kill our leading lady, who is marvellously played by Eva Green, whom I love. I think she is fantastic, and fantastic to work with.”

“He would sacrifice her to save his daughter. Interestingly, she describes him as weak, foul, lustful and vainglorious.”

“You are getting rich characters here,” adds Timothy.

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– Magazines & Newspapers > 2014 > Hot TV (UK) – May 17-23, 2014

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Thanks to Annie, Nicole and Sebastian for most of the new additions. Enjoy and look for more to be added later on after The Salvation premiere.

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67th Annual Cannes Film Festival: Sighting – May 17, 2014
67th Annual Cannes Film Festival: “The Salvation” Photocall – May 17, 2014

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We recently did a short Q&A with Eva’s Penny Dreadful co-star Fady Elsayed, who plays The Lead Familiar, and wanted to share it with you guys. Enjoy!

EGW: Hey Fady! How are you?

FADY: I’m great, thanks for asking.

EGW: We know you are busy so we’ll get to the point and ask: How was it like to work with Eva?

FADY: Working with Eva was the best experience of my life. I was in awe of her. The way she looked, talk, walked even the way she shook my hand.

I had the privilege of hearing Eva recite her Arabic dialogue to me as I spoke Arabic and she wanted to see if it sounded good.

Her Arabic was amazing!!

EGW: That’s very nice to hear as this is a new trivia about her. Did she happen to mention how she learned to speak in Arabic or was it all just in preparation for Vanessa Ives?

FADY: She prepared everything herself.

EGW: Wow! This sounds just like her because she prepares a lot when it comes to her roles. Could you tell us what she was like on the set? I mean, does she keep to herself or does she joke around with co-stars and crew, etc.?

FADY: She’s very friendly and very sociable with everyone who speaks with her. It felt like she was in always in character.

EGW: Congratulations on the awesome premiere of Penny Dreadful! You did an awesome job and we hope to see more of you!

FADY: Thanks so much! I have a great feeling about the show! Enjoy the rest of it 🙂 xx

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Congratulations to the winners of our first Penny Dreadful Twitter contest! @Giulia_Hepburn and @andrwscott won Vanessa Ives posters and @UghhhAri won a Dr. Victor Frankenstein poster.

We are finalizing the details of this weekend’s upcoming contest and will be posting them here for you soon. As mentioned in our first contest post, our second contest will also be Twitter-only. Please keep in mind that we will have future giveaways that everyone (site visitors, tumblr, Facebook and Twitter users) can enter and have chances to win.