“It’s really about how you put your fears and pain into something bigger than your life.” “The idea is also to have an astronaut that can be a superheroine and at the same time a mother, because I think in movies mothers are always very weak characters.
It’s time that women should assume that you can be an astronaut and a mother too,” she said, speaking at the Deauville Film Festival, where she is on the jury.
Green was cast because she embodies an otherworldliness that Winocour has come to know in astronauts.
“I think Eva has this thing that she is here and in another world as well, that she’s not on earth.
“[It] is just before the launch, which is the worst part of the astronaut’s training.
In one particularly memorable scene, she and Johnny Depp bounce off the walls as they alternate between kissing and trying to murder each other. Her father, Walter Green, is a dentist, and her mother, Marlène Jobert, had a very successful acting career—starring in Jean-Luc Godard’s as well as other nouvelle vague classics. I blushed whenever the teacher would ask me a question.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.And I think she’s really sexy too,” said Winocour of the former Bond girl, who also stars in Tim Burton’s upcoming live-action Dumbo.“I think it’s time for her to play in her native language and to act something less gothic, maybe more human.” She cites James Cameron’s The Abyss as an inspiration for the tone of the film.“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.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.Winocour will be partnering with the ESA to film at their headquarters in Cologne, Germany, as well as the Russian Space Agency to film a launch in Kazakhstan.The director has already traveled to Kazakhstan to view a launch, fueling her passion for the project she has been researching for two years.