Starz is now showing a preview of its current and upcoming shows. Camelot is one of the shows featured very briefly near the end.
Thanks to edenLiao, we have a new photoshoot from Russian magazine Menu from August.
Eva is on the cover of Russian Elle’s October issue, looking absolutely breathtaking!
Huge thanks to Astrelle for the heads up and also thanks to Stereo_Flo for the scans!!!
I’ve updated Eva’s biography page tonight, but there’s still a lot to add. If you want to help (hint, hint, George :P), let me know… 😉
PS: Expect stunningly gorgeous scans soon! 😀
Films starring Keira Knightley, George Clooney, Carey Mulligan, Colin Firth and Hilary Swank will be featured at this year’s London Film Festival.
The 54th BFI London Film Festival will screen 197 feature films and 112 shorts and will showcase 11 world premieres during its 16-day run.
Events will include the European premiere of Sir David Jason’s directorial film debut, All The Way Up, about a businessman whose life changes when he meets a hotel bell-boy.
The veteran Only Fools And Horses star agreed to forgo a salary to work on the film after being impressed with the script.
Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go, an adaptation of the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro starring Knightley, Mulligan and Andrew Garfield, is opening the event with an appearance by its stars on the red carpet, while Danny Boyle’s mountain climbing drama 127 Hours will close the festival, as previously announced.
Galas and special screenings include The King’s Speech, starring Firth as King George VI alongside Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter; Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan, featuring Natalie Portman, and Mike Leigh’s comedy drama Another Year.
Freida Pinto appears in the Julian Schnabel film Miral while Swank plays a single mother who puts herself through law school in Conviction, both being shown at the festival.
Other films include The American, a thriller starring George Clooney, and Womb, a love story with “Doctor Who” star Matt Smith and French actress Eva Green.
The 54th BFI London Film Festival, in partnership with American Express, runs from October 13 to 28.
Source: The Press Association
It proved an enchanting evening for soprano Celine Byrne as she strolled on to the stage with one of the world’s most famous tenors.
The Naas-born singer shared the bill with Catalan tenor Jose Carreras as the 17th century gardens of Kilruddery House in Bray, Co Wicklow, played host to a rapt audience of more than 5,000 people.
BAFTA-winning French actress Eva Green, currently filming Camelot in Wicklow and who starred in Bond film Casino Royale, turned a few heads as she was escorted to her seat. As dusk fell on the Sugarloaf the first strings of the orchestra began to swell.
Hello all! After being extremely busy with offline life (in fact, I still am), then taking a well deserved break, I’m back from my “hiatus”. I’ll be uploading some Womb stills very soon as well as new and old scans that have been sitting on my hard disk.
I’d also like you to give a warm welcome to my friend Roberta who’ll be joining me here at Eva Green Web. In fact, she’s not new to the site. She co-ran EGW with me when it first went online, but had to leave due to personal reasons. She remained a very good friend, a fan of Eva and a frequent visitor. So, please, welcome her back after 4 years and make her feel at home here!
We’ll be revamping the site, working on a new layout, working on the contents, and adding new DVD and Blu-ray screencaps. Of course, it won’t happen overnight. So please be patient.
Thank you for the continued support and visits to this website. If you happened to email me recently, don’t think I’m ignoring you. I simply didn’t have the time to read all my emails yet. I’ll get there, eventually.
In a ‘Web Exclusive’ Vanity Fair magazine listed The Top 10 Most Stunning French Actresses – among them Eva Green, of course.
Name: Eva Green.
At her most stunning … in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers (2003), loafing around a fabulous Parisian apartment naked, embroiled in an incestuous threesome as the May 68 riots rage in the streets below. Ah, Paris…
Camelot was never this raunchy! King Arthur’s a swordsman par excellence — with the ladies, that is — in the new ten-part TV series Camelot.
The show, from the makers of The Tudors, starts shooting next month on location in Ireland, with Eva Green as sorceress Morgana la Fay, Jamie Campbell Bower as King Arthur and Tamsin Egerton as Guinevere.
Joseph Fiennes is in the early stages of negotiations to play Merlin.
The producers claim that the drama is based on Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur.