In the 2008 psychological thriller film Franklyn, Eva Green plays the character of Emma, a mysterious and enigmatic woman who the protagonists have to help in order to save their own lives. In the film, Emma is a mysterious figure who is shrouded in mystery and her past is never fully revealed. She is revealed to have a past connection with one of the main characters, and her presence in the film serves to add an extra layer of intrigue and suspense.
14 The Golden Compass
Eva Green portrayed the character of Serafina Pekkala in the 2007 film "The Golden Compass." Eva Green's portrayal brings the character to life as a wise and powerful witch queen. Serafina Pekkala plays a crucial role in guiding and assisting the film's main character, Lyra Belacqua.
13 Dark Shadows
Eva Green portrays the character of Angelique Bouchard in the 2012 film "Dark Shadows." Angelique is a witch with a complex history and a long-standing feud with the film's protagonist, Barnabas Collins. Green brings a mix of seduction, power, and vulnerability to the character, creating a memorable performance that adds depth to the film's supernatural narrative.
12 300: Rise of an Empire
In "300: Rise of an Empire," Eva Green's portrayal of Artemisia is fierce and commanding. Artemisia is a skilled and ruthless naval commander in the Persian army, and Green brings a captivating intensity to the role. Her performance showcases Artemisia's cunning, determination, and loyalty to the Persian Empire, making her a memorable and formidable character in the film.
In the science fiction drama In "Womb," Eva Green's portrayal of Rebecca is heartfelt and contemplative. Rebecca is a woman who decides to clone her deceased lover in order to bring him back into her life. Green's performance delves into the emotional complexities of the character, capturing the grief, longing, and moral dilemmas that arise from her decision.
In "Dumbo," Eva Green's portrayal of Colette Marchant is that of a French trapeze artist who works for the Medici Brothers' Circus. Colette becomes involved in the story when she forms a bond with the titular character, Dumbo the flying elephant. Green brings elegance, charm, and a touch of vulnerability to the role, showcasing her talent as an actress.
9 White Bird in a Blizzard
In "White Bird in a Blizzard," Eva Green's portrays 'Eve Connors.' Eve is the mother of the film's protagonist, Kat Connor, and her sudden disappearance sets the story in motion. Green's performance captures the turmoil and mystery surrounding Eve's character, as well as the impact her absence has on her daughter's life. Her portrayal adds depth and intrigue to the film's narrative, exploring themes of identity, sexuality, and family dynamics.
8 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
In "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Eva Green's portrayal of Ava Lord is seductive, manipulative, and dangerous. Ava is a femme fatale who lures men into her web of deceit and betrayal. Green's performance captures the allure and complexity of the character, bringing a sense of mystery and allure to the film. Her portrayal contributes to the dark and stylized atmosphere of the "Sin City" universe.
In "Cracks," Eva Green's portrayal of Miss "G" Gribben is captivating and complex. Miss G is an enigmatic and charismatic teacher who forms a close bond with her students. Green's performance captures the allure, vulnerability, and hidden depths of the character, as she navigates the complexities of power dynamics and forbidden desires.
6 The Salvation
In "The Salvation," Eva Green's portrayal of Madelaine is powerful and haunting. Madelaine is a mute woman who becomes entangled in a tale of revenge and justice. Green's performance effectively conveys the character's emotions and inner turmoil through her expressions and body language. Her portrayal adds depth and intensity to the film's gritty and violent narrative, showcasing her talent as an actress.
5 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
In "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," Eva Green plays Miss Peregrine, the headmistress of a special home for children with extraordinary abilities. Green brings a mix of strength, warmth, and eccentricity to the character, embodying the unique nature of Miss Peregrine. Her performance adds depth and charm to the film's fantastical world, capturing the essence of the beloved character from the novel.
4 Perfect Sense
In "Perfect Sense," Eva Green portrays the character of Susan, who is an epidemiologist who becomes romantically involved with a chef named Michael, played by Ewan McGregor. As a global epidemic begins to rob people of their senses one by one, Susan and Michael navigate their relationship amid the chaos. Green's performance captures the emotional journey of Susan as she faces loss, love, and the struggle to hold onto humanity.
3 Kingdom of Heaven
In "Kingdom of Heaven," Eva Green portrays the character Sibylla of Jerusalem. Sibylla is the sister of King Baldwin IV and the wife of Guy de Lusignan. Green brings depth and vulnerability to the character, capturing Sibylla's internal conflicts, desires, and struggles within the volatile political landscape of the Crusades. She also falls in love with Balian, a French blacksmith who helps her protect Jerusalem.
2 The Dreamers
In "The Dreamers," Eva Green's portrayal of Isabelle is sensual, free-spirited, and enigmatic. Isabelle is a young woman who, along with her brother, forms a complex and intense relationship with an American student named Matthew. Green's performance captures the character's emotional intensity, vulnerability, and provocative nature, bringing a sense of rebellion and exploration to the film.
In "Casino Royale," Eva Green portrays the character 'Vesper Lynd,' a British Treasury agent assigned to work with James Bond, played by Daniel Craig. Green brings depth, intelligence, and a touch of vulnerability to the character, creating a memorable and nuanced performance. Vesper's interactions with Bond form a central part of the film's plot, adding intrigue, romance, and suspense to the story.