Eva Green is Gorgeous on the Poster for Jordan Scott's Cracks

October 27, 2009
Source: Empire

Cracks Poster

Thank you Martin Campbell for introducing me to Eva Green as a Bond girl first! She's an amazingly beautiful person and I would've been begging to see her play a Bond girl if that wasn't her big breakout role anyway. Now you're probably wondering what Cracks is about, just as I was when I first saw this over on Empire. First off, the film is the feature directorial debut of Jordan Scott, who is Ridley Scott's daughter. Let's hope his filmmaking prowess passed on to her, too. Secondly, Cracks is a drama that looks at the lives and relationships among girls at an elite British boarding school. Green plays one of their teachers, Miss G.

Cracks Poster

Update: It looks like the trailer was actually already online - you can watch it below! Our good friends over at sent over the trailer. It looks very intense, I'm even more interested in seeing it now that I know there's a lot more going on in the story. Hopefully it will be making its US debut sometime soon!

Empire provides a bit more context to the film, Green's character, and what happens. "Set at an all-girls boarding school in 1934, Cracks sees the one-time Bond girl playing Miss G, an enigmatic-yet-alluring teacher who inspires fanatical loyalty within the small clique of girls in her diving team. However, when the arrival of a Spanish girl (María Valverde) as a new boarder throws their cosy world into flux, all manner of nastiness ensues and a new side of Miss G emerges." Sounds enticing. Juno Temple (from Year One) also stars as does Imogen Poots (from 28 Weeks Later). We'll let you know when a trailer hits, so stay tuned!

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Reader Feedback - 20 Comments


Jordan is a good friend of mine, she is brilliant. I've seen parts of the can tell she is Ridley's daughter, yet she still has her own style. Very proud moment. Beautiful Poster

one on Oct 27, 2009


she looks great on this poster. sounds interesting. any knowledge of a distributer or when it may be released?

dave13 on Oct 27, 2009


Hey it stars Imogen Poots. She was really good in 28 Weeks Later, good to see her back in front of the camera. Sucks about the rather bland and unoriginal story though. Might check it out though depending on reviews.

Ben on Oct 27, 2009


Official UK trailer for "Cracks" is online, looks like a powerhouse performance by Eva Green. ^_^

S?bastián on Oct 27, 2009


Probably won't see the movie, but the poster is really well put together. Simple and elegant.

Antioch on Oct 27, 2009


Alex, you should check Eva Green out in The Dreamers if you're a fan of hers. Sexy!!!

The One on Oct 27, 2009


This looks amazing.

immature on Oct 27, 2009


I agree Alex, hot.

Nick Sears on Oct 27, 2009


SCREAMS Notes on a Scandal, but I could care less...looks amazing!

Bryan on Oct 27, 2009


woooo imogen poots. I HOPE TO SEE THIS SOOOOOOmeday.

Erik keating on Oct 27, 2009


this might get oscar nomination

darrin on Oct 27, 2009


How was your lamb? Skewered

Kevin on Oct 27, 2009


Why did you cap Gorgeous? it's not a name.

Tybalt on Oct 27, 2009


I think that the poster is incredible. Though it seems a bit simple.

Denny on Oct 27, 2009


She is a woman.

Nick on Oct 27, 2009


NOW she gets her English accent right... 😛 That said, how man European actors even try? She's a fine actress, and this looks like a fine movie.

manxome on Oct 27, 2009


That looks really good

Kevin on Oct 27, 2009


Hey Christopher Nolan, if you are thinking of using Catwoman in your next Batman film...YOU ARE LOOKING AT HER !!!

CORNBOY on Oct 27, 2009


I think a nomination should be in order for Eva Green. She is always stellar in everything she does, from The Dreamer to the Kingdom of Heaven Director's Cut (because we all know it is a totally different movie from the theatrical release). She is always amazing, but this looks like her best performance yet.

hyacinth on Oct 27, 2009


I approve #19's comment

God on Oct 28, 2009

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