This is probably the perfect Eva Green dress.
It’s perfectly Hollywood glam, but it’s got a slightly witchy/goth/Satanic vibe that suits the image she’s trying to sell. Our kittens so rarely agree with us on our lip color opinions, but is that not the perfect deployment of the matchy strong lip? It completes the look to perfection. And that shade of red looks amazing on her. Not entirely sold on her eye makeup, but then again, we never are with her. And that hair looks greasy. But we can’t find fault with the high-impact qualities here. Best of all, you can tell her internal monologue right now is something along the lines of “Fierce as shit fierce as shit fierce as shit FIERCE AS SHIT.”
We watched the second episode of Penny Dreadful and we’re prepared to admit we were too hasty in panning it. However, we can’t quite understand why so many TV critics are singing its praises. It’s enjoyable enough, but it’s incredibly derivative. And that reveal at the end of episode 2 had us laughing out loud at its absurdity. Watchable, and possibly improving by the episode, but we’re confused as to why so many seem to have loved it right out of the gate. This bears further scrutiny. Maybe we’ll write a review next week and see what y’all think of it so far. Warmed over “League of Extraordinary Gentleman” is all we can see. Alan Moore should sue.
Now we ask you, where else on the internet are you getting nerdy refs like that while discussing fierce Hollywood glam style and questionable makeup? Tom & Lorenzo. We are large. We contain multitudes.
[Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews, IMAXTree]
Freida Pinto in Oscar de la Renta at “The Homesman” Cannes Premiere Next Post:
Rosario Dawson Style Double Shot: Cannes Edition