‘Evil', ‘peasants' and ‘vomit' - Eva Green's WhatsApp messages exude star quality | Stuart Heritage
14 days ago - By The Guardian
The actor is suing for her £830,000 fee for a film that was never made. And her honest, haughty imperiousness deserves a standing ovation A lot of Eva Green 's success is down to her sense of unknowable mystique. This is a woman who steers clear of the celebrity circuit, who isn't given to blurting her every waking thought on social media. Interviewers perennially struggle to get to her core. Since her breakthrough in Bertolucci's The Dreamers almost two decades ago, Green has preferred to let her work speak on behalf of her. She is an enigma, an image on a screen upon which we can project...
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