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As posted on Quiet Earth (thanks to George and caro82 for the heads-up!):
We reported on this scifi drama in August of last year and have been eagerly awaiting footage since. While we don’t know where it’s premiering, Benedek Fliegauf’s cloning love story clearly leans heavily on the arthouse side and has some great dream sequences. I don’t know how heavy the science fiction aspect in this and I’m thinking it might be only to facilitate the story, but it sounds and looks incredible. The exceptional Eva Green stars in this tragi-romance and the trailer we have looks like it’s cut off at the end, but I think it’s supposed to be that way.
When Rebecca returns to her grandfather’s house, she meets her childhood sweetheart Thomas again. Thomas leaves his girlfriend Rose and their love picks up where it left off, until Thomas dies in a car accident. Devastated, the young woman contemplates suicide until she finds consolation in the idea of cloning. Although society does not fully accept it yet, she plans to give birth to Thomas, bringing her lost love to life (again). Living in Rebecca’s grandfather’s remote old house, Thomas grows up believing his father died in an accident. Rebecca never mentions cloning. In spite of their secret, Rebecca and Thomas lead an almost normal life until Rose finds out about them …
Could his contemporary fairy tale about cloning, starring Eva Green and Matt Smith, push Hungarian director Benedek Fliegauf into the mainstream? Martin Blaney visits the German set of Womb.
On the day two of the most powerful women in the German film industry visit the Berlin shoot of English-language cloning drama Womb, Benedek Fliegauf is directing lead actress Eva Green in a scene set in a meticulously recreated traditional dwelling on the North Sea coast.
And… You’ve probably noticed that we have a brand new gallery header! While I loved the last one, it was time for a change. And the responsible for this fabulous fresh new look is the talented Laura! Thank you so much dear! I hope you all love it as much as I do!
Thanks to Olga Iv, here’s an interview that took place during Eva’s trip to St. Petersburg. It was published in Hello magazine (Russia) #27. Unfortunately she can’t send us scans ’cause she doesn’t have the magazine; it was sold out. She found the interview on the website http://hello.ru/articles/belie_nochi.html
Eva, you present the jewelry company. Do you agree that diamonds are the best girls’ friends?
Maybe, yes, but partly. What girl doesn’t like jewels? I also do but I don’t like if it’s too much or if it sparkles a lot. It can draw an attention from a woman. I prefer expensive jewel but laconic one.
The 2009 Toronto Film Festival, which begins Sept. 10, will hold the world premiere of “Cracks”!!!
“Cracks,” Jordan Scott, Ireland, World Premiere. In an austere and remote girls’ boarding school, the most elite clique of girls are the illustrious members of the school’s diving team. As they compete for the attention of their glamorous teacher (Eva Green), the arrival of a beautiful Spanish girl disrupts the delicate social balance.
Anouk is letting us know that Eva is featured in the July issue of Studio Ciné Live (Public Enemies/Harry Potter on the cover) with a brand new photo taken right before the Amfar Party. She can’t provide scans, so if anyone else can, please contact me!
Our beautiful Miss Green was photographed as Miss G from her upcoming film “Cracks” for the August issue of Vanity Fair (Heath Ledger on the cover). There’s also a short article dedicated to Jordan Scott’s directorial debut.
Eva is featured in the new issue of German mag Gala and thanks to my dear friend mata we have a scan and a translation!
“Education is the most important thing.”
Eva Green about her strict upbringing, Charity – and her visit to a Hallig.
Montblanc couldn’t have chosen a more elegant ambassador. The actress with the ice blue eyes presented a pen in the store at the Neuen Wall; a part of the proceeds will go to Unicef. Side by side with the store manager Lutz Bethge she tested the quality of the writing instrument and shared that personally she also doesn’t have anything against a few written lines: “It’s been a while since I got a real love letter. A pity.”
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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2016) Role: Miss Peregrine Director: Tim Burton Status: US Release March 4, 2016
16-year-old Jacob follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.
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.
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.
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