Stef   /   September 07, 2011   /   2 Comments

Below is a list of some upcoming release dates of Perfect Sense. Please visit www.sweetonsigmafilms.blogspot.com for more information, links to purchase tickets and more. Thanks to Jessii for the link. 🙂

Greece: September 15, 2011
San Sebastian Film Festival: September 16-24, 2011
Woodstock Film Festival: September 24-25, 2011
Hungary: September 29, 2011
Dinard Film Festival: October 5-9, 2011
Ireland & UK: October 7, 2011
National Media Museum: October 14-20, 2011
Netherlands: January 19, 2012

M.   /   September 07, 2011   /   3 Comments

GALLERY LINK:

  • The Perfect Sense > Promotional Stills
  • M.   /   September 05, 2011   /   7 Comments

    Thanks to Nausicaa for the heads-up!

    Stef   /   September 03, 2011   /   18 Comments

    Welcome to the new and improved Eva Green Web! Our shiny new design was created by Laura of Raspberry Crush Designs and we hope you will all love it as much as we do. In addition to the new design, the site has been converted to WordPress and we have added a lot of new content to Eva’s biography page and the filmography section has also been completely revamped. There is also a new contact form which includes our new email address evagreenwebcom@gmail.com. We have been working really hard for quite a while to pull all of this together and really hope you guys will like the new additions and updated content. Have a look around and let us know what you think and please let us know if you run into any broken links so we can fix them. 🙂

    Stef   /   August 31, 2011   /   9 Comments

    Below is the trailer for Travail: Dawn of a New Day, an Indie drama by Raymond Deane starring none other than our very own Nikos! We wanted to help support his work and what better way to spread the word about the film than to share it here with you guys. Please visit film’s official site here and Facebook page here for additional information, photos and more. Enjoy!

    Stef   /   August 30, 2011   /   3 Comments

    Click here to watch a video of Eva, Martin Campbell, Daniel Craig and other cast members from the November 17, 2006 Paris premiere of Casino Royale. Thanks to kev for the link.


    GALLERY LINKS:
    Magazine scans > Glamour (France) – August 2011, thanks to kev
    Magazine scans > Madame Figaro (France) – August 27, 2011
    Photoshoots > Session #25
    Photoshoots > Elle (2005)
    Photoshoots > Gala (2007)
    Photoshoots > The Observer UK (2007), thanks to kev

    M.   /   August 12, 2011   /   11 Comments

    In a recent interview for the September issue of InStyle UK, Camelot‘s Guinevere, actress Tamsin Egerton, revealed she’s got a girl crush on co-star Eva Green:

    “She’s so poised, so elegant, always dressed in Chanel. Men drop at her feet. I don’t think Eva even tries; it’s just the way she talks to you — very intense and she kind of flirts with you.”

    M.   /   August 08, 2011   /   2 Comments
    M.   /   August 08, 2011   /   1 Comment

    Thanks to Aima for the heads-up.

    Eva Green feels she doesn’t work “as much as [she] should”.

    The 31-year-old French actress is famed for roles in movies such as 2006 James Bond picture Casino Royale.

    Eva, who is currently promoting romantic drama Perfect Sense, admits her parts in films are rather sporadic because she has to feel passionate about a picture before signing on.

    “I’m very picky, I love falling in love with things,” she told Total Film.

    “That’s why maybe I don’t work as much as I should.

    “I need to really be drawn to the character and like the director.”

    Eva was attracted to Perfect Sense, which also stars Ewan McGregor, because it was so innovative. It tells the story of a chef and a scientist who fall in love as an epidemic stealing people’s sensory perceptions begins to spread.

    “It’s very well written, very brave and very biting. I love the black sense of humour and I think the love story is very powerful,” she enthused.

    Source

    Stef   /   July 31, 2011   /   2 Comments

    Camelot will begin airing tonight at 10:00 pm (22:00 pm) on the Spanish channel Antena 3. Please visit antena3.com for additional information and check your local listings for details.

    Thanks to Chini for letting us know.

    M.   /   July 27, 2011   /   15 Comments
    Stef   /   July 23, 2011   /   3 Comments

    GALLERY LINKS:
    Autographs, thanks to Daniel for sharing
    Photoshoot > Harper’s Bazaar UK 2011 (x1 new & 2 replaced in higher quality), thanks to edenLiao
    Movies > Perfect Sense > Posters, thanks to edenLiao
    Movies > Perfect Sense > Stills, thanks to edenLiao

    Stef   /   July 22, 2011   /   0 Comments

    As you guys know, we don’t post many non-Eva related things here, but this is really important and I’d like to ask for your help. Some of you may already be familiar with Jaylen who started Jaylen’s Challenge to try and help stop bullying in schools. If you aren’t familiar with Jaylen’s mission, I highly recommend checking out his website and learning more about him and his mission. I promise you that you will be glad you did.

    Now for the reason I am writing today…In addition to Jaylen’s mission to end bullying, he is currently doing a very sweet thing by trying to help out his friend Carissa Bodner who was recently in a horrific accident. Carissa was participating in a group bike ride when a drunk driver, speeding at more than 60+ miles per hour, ran into her and a group of other cyclists. She was the first one hit and was thrown from her bike and ended up unconscious in a water-filled ditch. She sustained a multitude of injuries including, but not limited to, brain damage, blood on her brain, swelling of her brain, damage to her spleen and her right eye, her jaw was broken jaw in 4 places and has been wired shut, broken arm, broken leg, fractures in her pelvis and tailbone, torn ligaments in her right knee, road rash across her back and the list goes on and on. She was in a coma for a while and has also suffered from pneumonia and seizures due to the injuries she sustained in the accident.

    Donations would be great, but I know times are tough and not everyone has the means to help financially and that’s perfectly fine. If you can help by spreading the word and the link to Jaylen’s Carissa page (link below) through your blogs, Twitters and Facebooks though, that would be really great because it will allow for more people to hear about Carissa’s struggles and hopefully bring in more help for her. You can also help by simply saying a prayer for her or sending her a sweet message on Facebook to brighten her day. I’m sure she would really appreciate all the kind thoughts and good vibes that you guys can help send her way.

    Links:
    Jaylen’s Challenge
    Jaylen Cares 4 Carissa (there is a donation button in the sidebar)
    Jaylen’s Twitter
    Jaylen’s video about Carissa
    Carissa’s Facebook
    Hugs for Carissa Facebook
    Carissa Bodner Foundation

    Stef   /   July 21, 2011   /   0 Comments

    Cracks review written by Joseph Burgo.

    If you enjoy smart, well-acted and beautifully filmed British movies where psychological nuance drives the story rather than plot, then be sure to see Cracks (2009), starring Eva Green.

    This exquisite film was directed by Jordan Scott, and produced by her father Ridley Scott and uncle Tony Scott. Based on a novel by Sheila Kohler, Cracks revolves around a charismatic teacher Miss G (Eva Green) at an English boarding school for girls, located on Stanley Island in the year 1934. Miss G’s influence on her “team” of students recalls the way Maggie Smith enthralled and shaped her own young proteges in The Prime of Miss Jean Brody (1969), though with more sinister undertones.

    Miss Brody was narcissistic and self-deceived; Miss G suffers from crippling agoraphobia and takes flight from reality into grandiose fantasies of herself as a world traveler. While she inspires her students to believe in themselves and their potential, she also relies upon their adulation and belief in her lies to sustain those delusions.

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    Stef   /   July 14, 2011   /   8 Comments

    It seems likely that Game of Thrones casting would borrow from the similarly themed, but very much canceled, Starz series Camelot. Now that the show is off the air, the cast will be looking for new jobs, and Clive Standen hints that one of them will be joining HBO’s Game of Thrones. Standen, who played Gawain in Camelot, took to his Twitter and said “Just heard some massive casting news for season 2 of GOT’s…3 amazing actors (one Camelot alumnus) great choices”

    One could assume that he heard it from whoever was cast in the role. There are a few likely possibilities. James Purefoy (King Lot) has openly expressed his love for Game of Thrones. It would make sense that he’d want to work on a show he likes so much. Eva Green (Morgan) has been a fan favorite for the role of Lady Melisandre, a beautiful and dangerous woman with supernatural elements about her. And then of course, there’s the most obvious choice for who the mysterious casting could have been. Jamie Campbell Bower (King Arthur himself) was originally a part of the pilot, playing Ser Waymar Royce. He filmed scenes and everything, but the role was taken over by Rob Ostlere for the final aired version. Having already been a part of production at one point, Bower seems like the most likely person to be cast.

    At this point only two roles have been officially announced with names attached to them. Natalie Dormer was the first cast as Margaery Tyrell, the wife of Renly Baratheron. Last week, the role of Brienne, Maid of Tarth, was given to Gwendoline Christie.

    Source Thanks to George for the link.