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.
I’ve added 6 beautiful “Franklyn” stills thanks to Anouk.
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.
Thanks a lot to Lorna for the scans!
29 years ago today Eva and Joy Green were born in Paris. 29 years later we celebrate the happy event all over the world, wishing them both all the best in life, now and always!
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.”
Happy new month, everyone! A big thank you goes out to mata as usual! 😉
And, also, happy birthday to Marton Csokas who turned 43 yesterday!
Bond girl Eva Green is easily pleased. She’s French, a huge Hollywood star, and has kissed the likes of Daniel Craig – but give her a hand-written letter, and she’s yours.
She told me about a letter from The Golden Compass writer Philip Pullman: “It wasn’t an email, he took the time to write it personally, I framed it.”
See guys? You can get a Bond girl with some paper and nice handwriting…
No rest for Eva – today she attendend Montblanc’s White Nights Festival Reception and Gala Dinner in St. Petersburg. The White Nights Festival is an annual international arts festival consisting of ballet, opera and music performances. 😀
UPDATE: Added more pics from both the St. Petersburg and the Hamburg events.
Eva Green has said she doesn’t care what people think of her clothes.
The actress, who is known for her quirky style, said she makes a special effort in front of the cameras but doesn’t care what people think of her choice of outfits.
“I want to wear something that I wouldn’t wear every day, I like to be a bit eccentric and I know lots of people say ‘Oh my god blah’ but I don’t care, I want to have my style, I like to try something new,” she said.
“If I have to go to events I want to make it special,” she added.
The 28-year-old from Paris said she wishes some British high street stores would expand to her homeland.
“I love Topshop, I don’t know why they don’t have one in France because it is so great,” she said.
The Bond girl, who starred alongside Daniel Craig in Casino Royale said her favourite outfit in the film was a forties style green dress.
She added: “I couldn’t keep it afterwards, with the Bond films they do exhibitions with the objects used in the films, so I was unable to keep it.”
Source: The Press Association
June 25th, 2009
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Eva Green says she has never seen herself as a Bond Girl.
The actress – who starred opposite Daniel Craig in 2006’s Casino Royale – also revealed she doesn’t believe she’ll fall victim to the ‘Bond Girl curse’ because her character was a passionate, intelligent woman.
“I’ve never seen myself as a Bond Girl, but to me there is the character, I took it as a normal character,” said the French star.
Eva continued: “I think it is good as an actor to do big movies as well as independent ones. We made a movie that was very successful and that got people interested.”
Some women, including Daniela Bianchi and Izabella Scorupco, made appearances as Bond Girls but were seldom heard of again afterwards.
However Eva seems to be taking a different turn, with two films, Cracks and Womb, due to be released later this year.
Source: The Press Association