Eva Green
Green compared her situation to that of former "Casino Royale" co-star Daniel Craig wishing to exit the James Bond franchise.
"When you appear in a B movie, you are labeled as a B actress," Green said in court proceedings over a lawsuit. "It could kill my career." 
"I'm not somebody who is like, 'I’m still the character, I’m sorry, don’t talk to me,' you know?" Green said.
"I have no doubt Johnny will emerge with his good name and wonderful heart revealed to the world."
Fortune-telling and fortune hunting make for a muddled mix in Eleanor Catton’s adaptation of her Man Booker Prize-winning novel.
Alice Winocour's piercing drama about a woman preparing to blast off satisfyingly interrogates plenty of Earth-bound troubles.
MGM reportedly did not want to spend $80 million on a Bond movie centered on Berry's "Die Another Day" character.
Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton make for the most fun Tim Burton movie in a long time, even if this anti-corporate fable is hard to swallow.
The "Casino Royale" favorite says women are better off creating their own action heroes instead.
In Vikander's third film with Swedish filmmaker Lisa Langseth, two estranged sisters take an ominous trip to a secluded mansion.
Vikander reunites with the director who gave her a movie career.
The alleged incident took place during a business meeting in Paris.
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