There’s the psychologically scarred Vanessa Ives in the Showtime series out in September.
Green is perfectly cast as the time-traveling, pipe-smoking orphanage director who can transform into a falcon and is the caretaker of boys and girls with extraordinary gifts.
by Rhonda Richford Eva Green is set to star in a new astronaut action-drama from Disorder director and Mustang co-writer Alice Winocour.
Winocour is currently prepping the project, tentatively titled Proxima, for a nine-week shoot beginning in January.
Actress Alicia Vikander will attend, along with writer/director Lisa Langseth, cast members Charles Dance, Mark Stanley and fellow producers Charles Collier, Patrik Andersson and Frida Bargo.
Angela Friedman gown; Versace jacket (on shoulders).
“[It] is just before the launch, which is the worst part of the astronaut’s training.
An American co-star is soon to be announced for the bilingual drama.Miss Peregrine will kill for them.” Green smiled in a slightly wicked, knowing way. Which was fun.”Eva Green wears a Marc Jacobs dress. Foundation in Porcelain, Color Tattoo 24 Hour Crayon in Charcoal Chrome, Define-A-Lash Lengthening Mascara in Very Black, Fit Me!Blush in Deep Wine, Color Sensational Lipstick in Dynamite Red. We both have an interest in the unusual.”As a child, it was Green’s dream to work with Burton.People think she’s ‘dark,’ but she’s more interesting than that. For much of the film, Green is gloriously naked, which seemed to start a trend in her career. “I am so shy, and, at the same time, I kind of expose myself literally to thousands of people. “At first, when they approached me, I thought it would be me wearing a bikini and being beautiful, so I said I wouldn’t audition.Then they sent me the script, and I saw that Bond was falling in love with my character—that she was sensitive and full of secrets. “And in Green, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for her work on the series, swears that she is not psychologically burdened by that role.The film will be produced by Dharamsala, Winocour’s collaborators on her previous films Augustine and Disorder, and distributed by Pathe.Source EUPHORIA will have its European premiere at Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) on September 29.“Miss Peregrine is like a dark Mary Poppins,” Green said.“She has the ability to manipulate time and uses her powers to protect the children.Green, 36, had just flown to New York from Paris, where she was born and raised.Although she was warm and forthcoming and appeared down-to-earth in jeans and a white button-down shirt, it was hard not to think of her as the characters she plays.