M.   /   August 14, 2007   /   7 Comments

I’ve just added 4 beautiful HQs from the Madame Figaro shoot thanks to assainova and Clarisse. 🙂

M.   /   August 14, 2007   /   1 Comment

There’s a new interview with Eva about her beauty secrets in the British magazine Grazia. Many thanks to Charlotte for sending a scan!

M.   /   August 13, 2007   /   0 Comments


Vote for Eva as the “London Frenchie of the Year 2007″: http://www.grandes-ecoles-city-circle.com/vote2007.htm –> Ms Green needs your votes. Marc Levy admirors are also voting a lot.

Vote for Eva at the NRJ Ciné Awards 2007: http://nrjcineawards.nrj.fr/categorie-meilleur-jeuns-qui-debute-5.html
How do you vote if you don’t understand any French? Click on Eva’s pic among the 4 nominees on the left side of your screen. A bigger image of Eva will appear. Then click on the “Vote!” button which is located at the top on the right. Your vote isn’t complete until you see the following message on your screen: “Merci! Ton vote a bien été enregistré!”.

M.   /   August 13, 2007   /   8 Comments

Our beautiful Eva ranked at #68 at Indie Critics’ 100 Most Beautiful Faces In The World. I definitely think she should have ranked higher, but as the site itself says, beauty is very subjective.

100 Most Beautiful Faces in the World

▪ This list is only about beautiful faces.
▪ It is not based on the “sexiest”, “hottest” or “best body”.
▪ You may discover some relatively unfamiliar faces.
▪ It is certainly not a popularity contest.
▪ This is not your standard Maxim or FHM list.
▪ There will be a few big name exclusions.
▪ This is the most international list you will see.
▪ The list will be updated every couple of months.
▪ Of course, this is very subjective — you will disagree.

Source: IndependentCritics.com

M.   /   August 10, 2007   /   11 Comments

M.   /   August 07, 2007   /   11 Comments

Different version of the Dior ad.

Credit fashionista / Posted by kochie332

Reminder: Here’s the link to vote for Eva as the “London Frenchie of the Year 2007”: http://www.grandes-ecoles-city-circle.com/vote2007.htm

M.   /   August 04, 2007   /   7 Comments

French Dressing – Article on Cannes style
Scanned by Manuva


M.   /   August 02, 2007   /   12 Comments

Thanks to Eva’s management for informing me that “Franklyn” is due to start filming in the middle of September. Unfortunately, the producers decided that the cast should be a little younger: the three leads in their twenties rather than their thirties. The new cast is yet to be announced. Eva’s still in it, but the rest of the cast will be about her age. Even though this is sad news for everyone who wanted to see her co-star with Paul Bettany and Ewan McGregor (me included), we have no reasons to worry as the new cast should be very good too.

M.   /   August 02, 2007   /   4 Comments

Today, I was contacted by the association Grandes Ecoles City Circle that organises regularly events destined to the French community of London.

They wanted to inform me of the voting, via Internet, for the “Frenchie of the Year”. This election will allow the net surfers to vote for the five most remarkable Frenchies of 2007 in five different categories who live and work in London and who represent a community of 10,000 people!

Eva is nominated in the category “Artist and Writer” (“Artiste et Ecrivain”) for her contribution to this area. The other nominees in the same category are: Marc Levy (writer), Sylvie Guillem (dancer), Yasmina Reza (writer, artist), Renaud (singer) and Noémie Lenoir (model and actress).

An awards ceremony is scheduled for this September (2007).

To vote for Eva, use the following website:

(You don’t need to vote in the other categories in order to submit your vote)

Link to the Evening Stardand article:

Spread the word! 🙂

M.   /   August 01, 2007   /   4 Comments

As usual, thanks to mata. 🙂

M.   /   July 28, 2007   /   6 Comments

In the epic trilogy, comprised of the books The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass, Pullman unlocks the door to a parallel world where strange creatures live side by side with humans, and humans share souls with animals. The books center on precocious young protagonists whose adventures lead them into battle against the ultimate evil with the fate of the universe in their hands. Pullman is the first children’s author to ever win the UK’s prestigious Whitbread Book of the Year prize.

Watch the preview in HD over at Yahoo! here.

EDIT: COMIC-CON 2007: Extended Golden Compass Clip can now be downloaded from our Video Archives:

Captures from the preview were added to the gallery as well as a new promo shot.

M.   /   July 16, 2007   /   8 Comments

Thanks to Aurore, we know that Eva is nominated for the NRJ Ciné Awards 2007 as Best Newcomer for Casino Royale. She’s up against other Frenchies, including the talented Mélanie Laurent who won the Best Female Newcomer award at this year’s Césars (the French version of the Oscars). The competition is tough but you can help Ms Green by voting for her.

NRJ Ciné Awards 2007 – Best Newcomers

How do you vote if you don’t understand any French? Click on Eva’s pic among the 4 nominees on the left side of your screen. A bigger image of Eva will appear. Then click on the “Vote!” button which is located at the top on the right. Your vote isn’t complete until you see the following message on your screen: “Merci! Ton vote a bien été enregistré!”.

M.   /   July 12, 2007   /   11 Comments

I’ve added 5 new “Golden Compass” posters to the gallery and two of them features Eva Green as Serafina Pekkala. There are also individual posters for her co-stars: Nicole Kidman, Daniel Craig and Dakota Blue Richards.

M.   /   July 04, 2007   /   30 Comments

27 years ago (July 5th), Eva and her twin Joy were born in Paris…


On this very special day
I would like to say to you
I hope you’ll always find happiness
In whatever you may do.

May all your dreams and wishes come true year after year!

M.   /   July 03, 2007   /   14 Comments

British designer John Galliano marked his 10th year at the creative helm of iconic fashion house Dior with an extravagant fall/winter show in Versailles Palace inspired by Impressionist and Modern painters.

The fashion house, whose controversial creations helped build its fame, also celebrated its 60th anniversary with opulence that evoked the reign of “Sun King” Louis XIV, the 17th century monarch who transformed Versailles into a royal palace.

The fashion brand, cherished by the rich and famous, used the occasion to reflect on its evolution from Christian Dior’s 1947 “New Look” to Galliano’s theatrical dresses.

Models, who included Dior face Gisele Bündchen and Linda Evangelista, strutted in dresses inspired by painters ranging from Cocteau and Picasso to Renoir, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec.

Luxury goods maker LVMH, the owner of Dior, threw a ball complete with classical music quartet attended by actresses Monica Bellucci, Charlize Theron, Kate Hudson, Ellen Pompeo, Zhang Ziyi and Eva Green among others.

Also present were film makers Pedro Almodovar and Sofia Coppola and singer and actress Marianne Faithful.

“I love him,” said James Bond girl Eva Green, in a Dior-designed Chinese pink satin dress. “He has the Dior chic and on top of that a certain madness.”