Sixteen years after directing her in “Casino Royale”, director Martin Campbell will reunite with actress Eva Green for the action film “Dirty Angels” which will take place in Afghanistan. The two artists confided in this project and on their future reunion.
Eva Green reunites with Martin Campbell for ‘Dirty Angels’
In November 2006, Eva Green became famous throughout the world thanks to the role of Vesper Lynd in the twenty-second James Bond film: Casino Royale. Directed by Martin Campbell, it is best known for being the first film in the saga to feature Daniel Craig as 007.
The tragic love story between the latter and Vesper will haunt the sequel to the Craig-era saga. Until the last movie, Dying can waitreleased in 2021. Indeed, at the beginning of the feature film, he meditates on the grave of the latter in Italy.
Sixteen years after the film’s release, ScreenDaily reveals that Martin Campbell and Eva Green will soon meet again on an upcoming shoot. Indeed, Campbell wrote and will direct the feature film Dirty Angels.
The action will take place in Afghanistan, at the time of the withdrawal of American troops. On the spot, a group of female soldiers pretending to be rescuers is sent to rescue kidnapped teenagers caught between Daesh and the Taliban.
“A pure action movie role”
Following the announcement of the film, Martin Campbell showed up enthusiastic on the idea of reuniting with Eva Green:
I am overjoyed to work with Eva again. His performance in Casino Royale was phenomenal. She will bring the same talent and dedication to Dirty Angels.
For her part, the actress also confided in this next role which she is particularly enthusiastic about:
I have long wanted to immerse myself in a pure action film role. I’m very excited to work with Martin again on a project like this. He and his team have developed a script with great action scenes, irresistible characters, and an exciting story.
Before being able to discover the French actress in Dirty Angels, we can find it in several projects.
First in the series Connection (soon on Apple TV+) in which she replies to Vincent Cassel. Then in both movies The three Musketeers (scheduled for April and December 2023) in which she plays Milady. And finally in the thriller Nocebo directed by Lorcan Finnegan (Vivarium).