Encouraging Quotes by Eva Green

Encouraging Quotes by the co-star from Casino Royale Eva Green.

Eva Green
Eva Green
  • “I want to travel. Maybe I’ll end up living in Norway, making cakes.”

  • “I’m not really involved with politics… I’m living in my cocoon with my classical music around.”

  • “A film can be big or small – I have to just fall in love with it. To connect with the character, the script, and the director. Sometimes they say to you, ‘You should do that for your career; it’s a big thing, people will go and see it,’ but I wouldn’t be able to, because my heart wouldn’t be in it. I would drive people quite mad.”

  • “I’d rather be thought as an international actress rather than a French one. Because I don’t know what’s coming up for me, my ambition is not to be typecast. So I’m working on my English accent, as well as my American one. I don’t want to be like ‘Okay, I’m French, and I want to succeed in Hollywood!”

  • “I think British men build up the idea of us French girls having some magic extra sex appeal so much, they lose their heads. I can’t really understand the whole thing – but it makes me laugh. It’s such a cliche to think all French girls are well dressed, elegant, sophisticated and sexy. Some are utter slobs, I promise you that.”

  • “I like characters who have strong facades and then have secrets. They have cracks.”

  • “I don’t believe in awards. It’s very good for the ego, I suppose.”

  • “It’s quite hard to find a ballsy or complex character. So the roles I’ve taken are those. Lot’s of people put me in the dark category.”

  • “Nipples aren’t killing children. They should be more concerned about the wars that are happening. There’s so much violence in the world. There are so many legitimate things to be upset about besides nipples.”

  • “When people say ‘You’re so beautiful’ it makes me want to kill myself! As an actress you want to be seen for what you do, for the characters you can play, otherwise I’d be a model.”

  • “I’m worried because of my mother, she’s going to see my performance and she’s quite hard. She’s going to see me naked. And my Dad, woah. Yeah, they’re going to see me like a woman, you know?”

  • “When I’m at an event, I like to be an eccentric dresser. I will just keep wearing what I like.”

  • “Towards the end of ‘Dark Shadows,’ the sets are cracking and bleeding, but so is Angelique. The fact that she breaks apart physically as well as mentally lends an added dimension, and I just loved playing that.”

  • “At drama school, I always picked the really evil roles. It’s a great way to deal with your everyday emotions.”

  • “I have Algerian, Turkish, Swedish, Spanish blood: I feel like a citizen of the world. Life and cinema don’t have borders.”

  • “We all show facets, to your mother, or to your boyfriend, or a friend. You’re always a bit different.”

  • “I’m a dark blonde, yes. I dyed my hair blue, then black, when I was 14. I thought the color was more flattering and matched my skin tone. I don’t think I’d ever change back unless it was for a film.”

  • “I always start the day with a cup of hot water and lemon – I find it really cleanses and hydrates me. I have very sensitive, dry skin, so I have to be careful about what I put on my face. My must-haves are Dermatological cleansing gel and L’Or De Vie Creme Riche by Dior, which is thick and nourishing.”

  • “There’s this shop in New York I go to; it has bones and fossils and insects that are like works of art. I have a few on my wall.”

  • “I play the piano. I bought an upright piano that is actually electric, so I can practice my scales with headphones on and not make my neighbors’ lives hell!”

  • “I like style. For Dior, I did more of a collaboration shoot, not just a single image – so there was more to it. It’s a very prestigious brand. I like their style and feel like their style is mine.”

  • “For me, working out is nothing to do with looks. It’s to let it all out – the stress, the self-consciousness – you think less; it makes you more centered.”

  • “I think it’s very important to recognize talent in all facets of film-making. Making a movie is such a lengthy and intense experience, so it’s wonderful to honor actors, directors, producers and all crew members who put so much hard work and passion into a project.”

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