Eva Green (born 5th July 1980)
Eva Green is a French actress, known for her role as Vesper Lynd in 'James Bond: Casino Royal'.
Eva Green: Net worth
Eva Green's net worth was estimated at $10 million (The Richest, 2012)
Eva Green: Childhood
Eva Green was born in Paris, along with her twin sister, Joy. Her parents are actress Marlène Jobert and dentist Walter Green.
Green is Jewish, like her mother, although was not raised in a strict religious manner.
Green attended the American University of Paris.
She decided to pursue acting at 14 after seeing Isabelle Adjani perform in 'The Story Of Adele H'. Green enrolled in an acting course at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London and studied film direction at New York University's Tisch School Of The Arts.
Eva Green: Acting Career
Eva Green was nominated for a Molière Award, for her performance in the 2001 play 'Jalousie en Trois Fax'.
Green made her film debut in 2003's 'The Dreamer', directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. The role included full frontal nudity, so her family and agent advised her not to take the role, but Green took it anyway. Her performance in the film was well received. Her next role was in the crime/adventure film 'Arsène Lupin'.
Ridley Scott cast Green in his film 'Kingdom Of Heaven' in 2005, but she was disappointed when much of her screen time was cut.
She was cast in 2005's 'Casino Royale' as Vesper opposite Daniel Craig. Her performance was highly praised and won her a BAFTA and an Empire award.
Green has since featured in films such as 'The Golden Compass', Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows' and '300: Rise of an Empire'. It was announced that Green would play Ava Lord in the 2014 'Sin City' sequel 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For'.
2014 also saw her star in the horror TV series 'Penny Dreadful' alongside Billie Piper and Reeve Carney.
Eva Green: Personal Life
Eva Green counts taxidermy and entomology among her interests and has a collection of preserved skulls and insects.
She had a relationship with New Zealand actor Marton Csokas after the two met during the making of 'Kingdom Of Heaven'. Green and Csokas split in 2009.
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Ransom Riggs' bestselling novel is appropriately adapted into a movie by Tim Burton, the gothic maestro who so expertly infuses his creepy movies with vivid emotions. The film looks flat-out amazing, with lush production design, clever effects and a cast of outrageous characters. So it's somewhat frustrating that the movie feels weighed down by a story that's more complicated than it needs to be. There's too much plot detail explained in the dialogue, and the quirkiness gets a bit exhausting by the time the film passes the two hour mark.
It's set in the present day, as Florida teen Jake (Asa Butterfield) travels to an island off the coast of Wales to bring closure after the death of his beloved grandfather (Terence Stamp). His oblivious father (Chris O'Dowd) goes with him, but doesn't notice that Jake has discovered that Grandpa's bombed-out childhood home actually still exists in a 1943 time loop created by the ymbryne Miss Peregrine (Eva Green), who can turn into a bird and maintain loops like this one. Jake also realises that the freaky Barron (Samuel L. Jackson) is on his trail, so he tries to help Miss Peregrine rescue her children, all of whom have peculiar supernatural abilities.
From here the film takes on a more traditional action trajectory, as Barron and his toothy, long-limbed Hollows try to devour the children's eyes. Yes, there are a lot of grotesque touches in this story, and Burton knows that kids in the audience love this kind of stuff. They'll also be tantalised by the busy visual landscapes, which are magnificent in 3D, grossed out by the yuckiness and excited by the thrilling set-pieces. Adults will find all of this a bit harder to stomach, simply because the wordy dialogue never quite makes sense of the messy plot.
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Eva Green attending the New York premiere of 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' held at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City, United States - Monday 26th September 2016
Eva Green leaves Claridges hotel - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 22nd September 2016
Following Sunday’s exciting season two finale, fans have been given a taste of what to expect from ‘Penny Dreadful’ next time around.
‘Penny Dreadful’ might have just finished its second season but that doesn't mean fans aren’t already early awaiting the series’ return. While Sunday night’s finale episode might have served up a few shocking moments and one surprise exit, season three already looks to be just as exciting, with the promise of a new character joining the fray.
The cast of Showtime's ‘Penny Dreadful’.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, showrunner John Logan revealed that a famous new character would be joining the series next season, though he was extra careful not to give too much away. “I can tell you this—and this is such a tease,” Logan said.
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Just when you thought no one could come up with a fresh take on the Western, the Danes arrive with this astonishingly earthy and inventive film, shot in South Africa no less. Director Kristian Levring uses all of the usual elements without ever resorting to cliches, which makes the film strikingly involving. Not only are the characters people we can identify with, but their moral dilemmas are strikingly provocative. Especially as the violence escalates.
The story opens in 1871, as Danish immigrant Jon (Mads Mikkelsen) welcomes his wife (Nanna Oland Fabricius) and young son to the American prairie where he has worked for seven years. But on the way home from the station, they are ambushed by outlaws. After a desperate struggle, Jon manages to kill them, but this puts him on the wrong side of the local boss Delarue (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who enforces cooperation from the town's mayor-undertaker (Jonathan Pryce) and sheriff-priest (Douglas Hensall). So aside from his brother Peter (Mikael Persbrandt), Jon has nowhere to turn. His only hope of justice is to deliver it himself.
Adding an intriguing layer is the fact that Jon and Peter are veterans of Denmark's civil war, just as the locals are survivors of America's. So everyone has war in their blood. The Danish brothers have vowed to turn their backs on violence and build a lawful society, so the flurry of clashes, kidnappings and killings with Delarue's goons (including Eric Cantona) are tinged with regretfulness. And the script never lets the audience off lightly: in the Wild West, no one is safe. Civilisation has only begun to arrive in this isolated place, but the discovery of oil has replaced old world values with pure, unfiltered greed. Yes, there's a lot more going on here than the usual swaggering Western machismo. And the casting has as much to do with that as the script.
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Rihanna is the new face of Dior!
Rihanna has signed as the new face of Dior. The French fashion house confirmed the news on Friday (13th March). Rihanna will star in Dior's Secret Garden campaign. The series of campaign videos, shot by Steven Klein, feature models cavorting around the Palace of Versailles. Rihanna will star in the fourth instalment of the Secret Garden films, which Dior has reinvented since 2012.
Rihanna has signed as the new face of Dior.
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In the 1870s, Danish settlers travelled to the US following a brutal war with Germany. One of these people was Jon (Mads Mikkelsen), who travels to America to start a new life with his family. But, having travelled from the frying pan to the fire, Jon's world is ready to be rocked to its very core. When his family is murdered, Jon puts his military training to use, and hunts down and deals out western justice to his families killers. The problem is, one of the men his kills was the brother of a feared outlaw, who proceeds to terrorise a local town as revenge. Jon will be called upon to end the feud he started - but with nothing left, why should he?
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There's an unusual honesty to this film, which is an odyssey into the inner life of a teen girl. Gregg Araki has made a career out of understanding the often tortured inner workings of the adolescent mind, and this is one of his most beautifully crafted films yet, artfully circling around a central mystery while digging deeply into each of the characters. And while it seems a bit straightforward for an Araki movie, it's packed with his usual darker corners, especially in the surprising final act.
It's set in the autumn of 1988, when Kat (Shailene Woodley) feels her life fall apart. She's just 17, on the verge of womanhood when her mother (Eva Green) inexplicably vanishes, leaving her dad (Christopher Meloni) struggling to help her through puberty. Her best pals (Mark Indelicato and Gabourey Sidibe) are some help, but at the same time she begins to feel a growing distance from her boyfriend Phil (Shiloh Fernandez). Is all of this connected, or is this because of Phil's own family issues? As she plays through the various clues in her mind, the answers are also eluding the local tough-guy detective (Thomas Jane). A few years later, Kat returns home from her studies at Berkeley to visit her dad. And maybe this time she'll finally find out what happened.
The film is a beautiful depiction of the awkwardness of being a teenager, when everything seems wrong but feelings are so strong. Araki fills the screen with sumptuous imagery including dreamy sequences set in a snowy landscape where Kat mentally searches for her mother. And flashbacks offer more earthy glimpses into this difficult mother-daughter relationship, especially as Kat and her once-glamorous mother begin to shift in their roles. Clearly, Kat suspects that her mother ran away after seducing Phil, but the truth isn't quite this obvious.
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'White Bird in a Blizzard' appears to be a misstep from Shailene Woodley.
Shailene Woodley has made a varied start to her career in Hollywood - breaking through in Alexander Payne's superb comedy-drama The Descendants before making two of the teen-dramas of the decade, The Fault in Our Stars and The Spectacular Now. However, she's already committed to numerous movies in the Divergent franchise - the first of which suffered poor reviews last year - and her latest movie, White Bird in a Blizzard isn't exactly setting preview screenings alight.
Shailene Woodley in 'White Bird in a Blizzard'
Woodley stars as Kat Connors, a 17-year-old whose perfect mother Eve suddenly disappears. However, after discovering her newfound sexuality, Kat barely registers her mother's absence and regards it as somewhat of a relief. When times passes, she begins to come to terms with the disappearance and eventually becomes confronted with the truth.
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Shailene Woodley described filming sex scenes for 'White Bird in a Blizzard' as "awkward".
Shailene Woodley and her White Bird in a Blizzard on-screen romantic interest, Shiloh Fernandez, have very different views about sex scenes.
Shailene Woodley and director Gregg Araki.
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It is a time for sexual awakening for Kat Connors (Shailene Woodley). The 17-year-old is born again into a new world of desire and pleasure when all of a sudden, out of nowhere, her mother, Eve (Eva Green) mysteriously vanishes. Kat tries to ignore it, and continue enjoying the moment that she has created for herself, although she steadily discovers that her mother's disappearance has affected her more deeply than she originally thought. Thinking that her mother, a stunningly beautiful yet clearly haunted woman, left the family to pursue an affair, Kat finds herself seducing her way to the truth, in an attempt to find out if her mother is still out there, somewhere.
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Lea Seydoux will allegedly be the next woman James Bond falls for in the upcoming 'Bond 24'.
Lea Seydoux has reportedly been cast in the next James Bond movie. Filming for the currently untitled 24th Bond movie is set to begin in six weeks and Bond 24, as it is known, will be in cinemas next year.
Lea Seydoux at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
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Eva Green - 'Penny Dreadful' filming - Dublin, Ireland - Tuesday 23rd September 2014
Eva Green - Eva Green at Los Angeles International Airport wearing a black top with grey jeans and a long black cardigan - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 20th August 2014
Eva Green - Eva Green arrives at Los Angeles International (LAX) airport - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 1st August 2014
Date of birth
6th July, 1980
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