In March, the French actress was seen in plate-mail playing the vengeful Persian warrior-queen Artemisia in the action hit Rise of an Empire. With both the upcoming White Bird in a Blizzard and The Salvation arriving in October, has, coincidentally or not, been a renaissance for the year-old. Who knew that was possible? Here, we see Green trying to do something different from the roles she played before, playing someone that is tumbled into a raw and emotional affair with McGregor that is fuelled by lust and catastrophe as the mysterious disease starts robbing them of their humanity.
She achieved international recognition for her portrayal of Sibylla, Queen of Jerusalem in Ridley Scott 's historical epic Kingdom of Heaven Green has since starred in numerous independent films, including Cracks , Womb , and Perfect Sense Green starred as Morgan Pendragon in the Starz historical fantasy series Camelot Her father is of Breton and Swedish descent; through him, she is the great-granddaughter of composer Paul Le Flem. Green is Jewish ,     as is her mother, who has Sephardic Jewish ancestry. Green was raised in France and attended the American University of Paris , an English-speaking institution.
Bond beauty Eva Green stripped bare: Her sexiest X-rated movies and pictures
The film earned an NC rating for its graphic depiction of the sexual relationship between the siblings and Michael Pitt's Matthew, an American exchange student staying with them, who begins a relationship with Isabelle. Photo courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures. In Rise of an Empire , the follow-up to 's , Green plays a vengeful naval commander named Artemisia who seduces Athenian general Themistocles.
The French femme fatale uses her smouldering sexuality like a weapon, leaving men gasping in her wake. In honour of the Spy Who We All Love, we take a look at her most shocking and sexy scenes and pictures ever. In or out of clothes she is impossible to resist or overcome. Green steams up the screen with Josh Brolin in the unabashedly OTT graphic novel adaptation of Frank Millers boundary-pushing adult comics. Green made her on screen debut in 's torrid tale of pretty young things discovering themselves.