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This specific update is all Lola related! First of all, she kindly sent us scans from You magazine featuring the article and some of the photos that I posted here yesterday. Secondly, she sent us her own photos from the premiere of “Franklyn”, including one of Miss Green herself. Thank you Lola! I’m sure that all other appreciators of Eva and her work will enjoy your contributions!
Last but not least, thanks to everyone who commented here or sent emails thanking and congratulating me for the work on this site. It definitely means a lot. As you know EGW has been around since 2004 and has supported Eva’s career since basically the beginning, way before she became a “Bond girl”. It was always meant to be an informative, complete, professional and yet friendly resource on Eva Green. And I’m glad to see that you enjoy my hard work and that I’ve achieved my goal. I’m a big cinema appreciator, and I admire Eva’s acting talent and refreshing personality. But EGW is most and foremost a hobby (one that I love, of course) for which I get absolutely no financial gain, so I’m happy to know that you guys and girls appreciate what I’m doing here, and that you give me so much positive feedback, comments, and contributions!
She made her debut as a naked nymph, says she’s better looking than Charlize Theron and that Carla Bruni dresses like a granny – and turned down the Bond-girl role when it was first offered to her. No wonder Hollywood doesn’t know what to make of the gothic, bewitching French actress Eva Green
By Maureen Paton
After arriving on the movie scene as a naked nymph at the centre of a ménage à trois in Bernardo Bertolucci’s 2003 film The Dreamers, she made her name as the double agent Vesper Lynd who broke Daniel Craig’s heart in his 007 debut Casino Royale, before going on to play the flying sorceress Serafina Pekkala in the 2007 film of Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass.
Such roles were perfect for the witchy beauty of this enigmatic French actress with the long dark hair and kohl-rimmed blue eyes, who was a 007 heroine every bit as bold as Bond.
French actress, Eva Green, right, and partner, New Zealand actor Marton Csokas, arrive for the London Film Festival world premiere of the film, Franklyn, Thursday Oct. 16, 2008, London. The film traces the fates of four characters, Jonathan Preest played by Ryan Phillippe, an atheist vigilante, young artist Emilia played by Eva Green, Milo played by Sam Riley and Gulf War veteran Peter, played by Bernard Hill.
Former Bond girl Green was asked whether she was feeling nostalgic over Bond now that his latest adventure “Quantum Of Solace” was about to hit cinema screens. She said: “I have heard it’s brilliant.”
Eva looks amazing. I swear, I think she could wear a paper sack and no makeup and still be ridiculously beautiful. I like what she’s wearing. It looks fresh and young. And Sam Riley… so pretty and sexy! :heart:
By the way, according to Miss Green’s management, there are no plans to announce yet. “Cracks” will probably launch at Cannes. But we’ll keep you posted.
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And now a “Quantum of Solace” news thanks to Lola.
It’s briefer than a Bond chat-up line, but a clip of footage featuring Daniel Craig and Giancarlo Giannini discussing Vesper Lynd has been posted on the Interweb, and at this point, we’ll take anything!
The gorgeous Miss Green posing as Miss G for a gorgeous photoshoot on the set of “Cracks”.
Thank you spot!
As mentioned here before, Eva Green plays a schoolteacher in “Cracks”. “It’s quite a dangerous story, there’s a lot of taboos, I play a swimming team teacher who seduces a student,” she said. She’s hoping the film, directed by Jordan Scott (Ridley Scott’s daughter) and set in the thirties, will make the final selection for Cannes next May. “Cracks” doesn’t have a scheduled release date yet.
I’m curious to see what our Fan Art artists will come up with! Please don’t hesitate to contact me to submit your art. And if I don’t reply, please resend your email. Sometimes I get so many emails that a few may get lost in the middle of the others.
“Franklyn” will be premiering very soon at the London Film Festival. So it is time to have a Filmography Page for it. I was waiting for the new layout to make all major updates, but it won’t be possible. So here is our awesome “Franklyn” Filmography Page thanks to Katharina and George for their equally awesome help!
It seems like Miss Green is having a busy and fun month. She’s managed to attend yet another event (with her black boots in feet) when nobody was seeing: “The Norman Conquests” Gala at the Old Vic in London.
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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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