Eva Green’s film court case has not generated pity from her roots after she blamed her saucy attitude on being French and sparked outrage. Instead, French citizens are coming after her. Bond Girl goes all savage against White Lantern Films. In 2019, she was contracted to act and executive produce “A Patriot.” But it never happened.
Following a dispute over the funds, shooting sites, and other preparations, the actress severed ties with the production. Though the film never saw the light of day, she slammed the production company with a lawsuit, demanding her $1m fee.
Even Green’s film court case against White Lantern Films was countered, even after bringing the “pay or play” provision to the court. This involves the production sticking to the agreed payment even though the film was never made. But the production blamed the actress for pulling out, tagging it “animosity.”
Eva Green causes outrage in native France after blaming her insults to producers on her 'Frenchness' https://t.co/x6bErzoRrS
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Eva Green’s Film Court Case Aggravated the French and Sparked Serious Outrage
Before heading to court, the film star and BAFTA Award winner had confronted the production crew. During Eva Green’s film court case, these messages shared via WhatsApp were read. She used words like “devil,” “evil,” “peasants,” and “inexperienced pretentious moron,” but blamed it on her emotions, claiming she was lied to.
To top it all, she added that her “Frenchness” made her churn out those insulting words. But Eva Green sparks outrage with this move. The Paris native witnessed nothing close to love from her countrymen.
Some critics gave her a dose of her own medicine by releasing insulting messages and blaming their French side. Others called her out and without mincing words, pointed out that she was a disgrace to their county. Frederic Says from Radio France quipped:
“Thanks for the international image.”
“The worst excuse in the world. It’s like people who justify their faults based on their star sign.”
The Actress Said She Wasn’t Expecting Her WhatsApp Messages To Be Exposed
While struggling for her pay, Green admitted to feeling humiliated after her Whatsapp messages were shared in court.
She told the court “sometimes you say things you don’t mean,” before citing James Bond star Daniel Craig, who said he would rather slit his wrist than act as the infamous detective—but he never did.