Welcome to Eva Green Web, your oldest, largest and most up-to-date fan resource dedicated to the talented and stunning BAFTA-winning French actress, best known for her roles in The Dreamers, Casino Royale, Dark Shadows, 300: Rise of an Empire and Penny Dreadful. Here you will find all the latest news, detailed information about Eva and her career, the largest Eva photo gallery online and much more. Thank you for visiting and enjoy your stay.
A big congratulations to Nick (aka Nikos), Raymond Deane, Phill Hammond and everyone else involved in the making of the film Travail. The film premiere was a success and we couldn’t be happier for everyone, especially Nick. It’s not every day one of our very own gets to walk the red carpet of their own film premiere! We wish the filmmakers, cast and crew continued success on this film and the others in the series.
Here are a few photos and some of the feedback the film received which Nick was kind enough to share with us:
Travail was a thought provoking and quite disturbing movie…..riveting performances by Nick and Jamie….all in all “outstanding” see you in Cannes.
After viewing the film Travail “Dawn of a New Day” I find that all of the participants gave a gripping performance.
I was truly impressed with the intricate method used by the director developing an appeal to various types of moviegoing experience. There were elements such as gore/violence to make us squeemish & cringe in our seats, romance/lust, deception, action/suspense, as well as some comic …relief, and even a bit of science fiction.
The lead character played by Mr. Nick Dubanos was well executed, I had to refrain from booing at his character from my seat, I was completely caught up in the moment watching the film. – I hands down give this film a Ebert & Roeper’s 2 Thumbs Up.
Kudos to Raymond Deane & Phillip Hammond I look forward to seeing future projects on the Big Screen. I wish continued success to all who were involved -Cheers!
Here’s a preview of what we’ll be picking as the winning prize for the first winner of the first EGW Autograph Contest. It’s a beautiful 8×10 photo of Eva as Angelique Bouchard. EvaGreenWeb.com won’t be written on the photo itself.
Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject “EGW Autograph Contest”, and give us your real name, your nickname, your country, and your email address.
On behalf of the site and the fans, we’d like to wish Eva and her sister Joy a very happy 32nd birthday. We hope they have a wonderful day spent with loved ones and good times are had by all. Please feel free to leave your own birthday messages for them in the comments section.
The film Travail that our very own Nick (aka Nikos) is starring in will be premiering at the Helen Mills Theater on 135 W 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 on July 6th at 7pm. Mariana and I would love to be able to walk the red carpet with him to show our support for him and his work on the film, but unfortunately we won’t be able to attend. Nick has extended an invite to you guys as well, so if you are in the NY area and will be able to attend the premiere, please RSVP here. I’m sure it’ll be a fantastic evening for everyone and we couldn’t be happier for Nick. We wish him all the best of luck and hope this brings about some big things for him and his film career.
If you’re looking for a vamp, a sorceress or a sex bomb for your latest blockbuster, you call Eva Green. But away from the spotlight she’s misunderstood, finds Richard Godwin
When I arrive to have tea with Eva Green at Sketch, she has already taken command of a plush velvet sofa. One hopes to retain a certain cool when meeting an actress, particularly a French one, particularly one so devastating, and yet, I can’t help noticing, the only chair I can politely take is no higher than a badger. ‘It’s like Alice in Wonderland,’ she laughs, clearly happy to play the spectral queen as I perch at her feet. Or perhaps it’s simply the spell Eva Green casts?
Dressed all in black, dyed hair falling over her grey eyes in black strands (she’s a natural blonde), she appears to recede into the shadows. However, what at first seems like Gothic hauteur turns out to be something a little more delicate. She speaks in a soft staccato, with the barest breath of French accent. Occasionally, her voice fades out altogether, as if she is discreetly turning down the volume, but she is also quick to laugh. ‘A friend was telling me recently that people are scared of me,’ she says. ‘That’s the image I give, I guess. When they know me, they see it’s kind of a shyness thing. I don’t know why they’re scared. Is it my hair? The fact I don’t talk much?’
Thanks to Sandrine for the screencaps. We’ve recently found out about this cameo in Eva’s recent interview for Madame Figaro.
“Bien avant que Bernardo Bertolucci la révèle dans Innocents-The Dreamers, Eva Green rappelle aussi avec malice qu’elle apparaissait dans la Pianiste, de Michael Haneke, un non-rôle, une silhouette, la petite amie de Benoît Magimel.”
Just in case you hadn’t seen the notice we posted on the bubble today, we wanted to post about it here for you as well. Mariana and I will no longer be posting or checking updates via the bubble. Due to our busy summer schedules we don’t have the time to double post both here and the bubble so we’re just going to be making updates here on the site only going forward. If you have any photos, scans, fan art, videos, etc. you’d like to send in, please feel free to send them directly to us at email@example.com and we’ll add them as we make future updates.
We do apologize for this but, as I’m sure you all understand, real life priorities always take precedence over online things and right now we both have a lot to deal with offline so we need to shift our focus a bit. The site will continue to be updated, just maybe not quite as frequently has it has been over the past couple of months. But have no fear, EGW will remain alive and kicking!
Even though we won’t be active members in the bubble anymore you guys are more than welcome to continue posting here for the time being if you like. Do keep in mind though that we will not be checking for any new content you guys might share there so if it’s something that you’d like to see posted on the site in the future, please email it to us at the email address above.
Thanks for joining and continuing to support us and the site. We both really appreciate it.
Lastly, the contest is still going on as it’s an EGW initiative. We wrote down your nicknames and will post here on the main site if we need to contact any of you. Good luck to everyone!
I’ve scanned and added to our gallery an “old” new interview with Eva for a French magazine where she explains what made her want to take part in Camelot (for example: the opportunity to work on her storyline with the screenwriter), what she thinks of Morgan, etc. It’s a very nice reading if you understand French or liked Eva as Morgan.
Welcome to the shiny new version of Eva Green Web! This gorgeous new look was created by our good friend Nicole and we hope you will all love it as much as we do. We wanted something a little lighter and brighter that showed Eva’s more playful side and Nicole did a fantastic job of doing just that. Please let us know if you spot any errors so we can fix them ASAP.
Read our exclusive interview with Penny Dreadful's resident vampire Robert Nairne. Find out what the Cheltenham-raised actor thinks about the show, transmogrification, Ireland and what it’s like to work with Eva Green.
Read our exclusive interview with Penny Dreadful's Lead Familiar Fady Elsayed. Find out what he had to say about working with Eva Green and listening to her recite her Arabic dialogue.
Read our exclusive interview with Vanessa Ives tarot card designer Anaïs Chareyre. Find out what she had to say about her craft, how the tarot cards came about, working with John Logan and meeting Eva Green.
Read our exclusive interview with Ian Bass, the illustrator of the Penny Dreadful special edition book The Picture of Dorian Gray. Find out what he has to say about his craft, working on the book with John Logan and who is his favorite character on the show.
Read our exclusive interview with Martin Stiff, the illustrator of the Penny Dreadful special edition book Dracula. Find out what he has to say about his craft, his favorite artists and working on the book with John Logan.
Read our exclusive interview with Louie De Martinis, the illustrator of the Penny Dreadful special edition book Frankenstein. Find out what he has to say about his craft, working on the book with John Logan and his thoughts on Frankenstein's monster.
Click here to view our extensive gallery containing over 29,000 photos of Eva.
Penny Dreadful (2014) Role: Vanessa Ives Creator: John Logan Status: Sundays @10pm ET/PT on Showtime
A frightening psychological thriller that weaves together classic horror origin stories into a new adult drama.
The Salvation (2014) Role: Madelaine Director: Kristian Levring Status: Complete
In 1870s America, a peaceful American settler kills his family's murderer which unleashes the fury of a notorious gang leader. His cowardly fellow townspeople then betray him, forcing him to hunt down the outlaws alone.
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