Green Has No Desire To Move To Hollywood

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French actress Eva Green refuses to move to Los Angeles to further her career - because she's adamant she'll be typecast as the typical Bond girl by Hollywood agents.
The Casino Royale star currently lives in London after moving from Paris, but she insists she has no desire to uproot to the bright lights of Hollywood because she wouldn't fit in.
She says, "Hollywood wouldn't suit me. In L.A. it's all about work - studio people have their five minutes with you and they go, 'Oh mah Gawd, I love your movie.' You just feel very self-conscious there.
"When I go to L.A., people just think of me as a sexy French girl who drinks and smokes. Everywhere people like to typecast you as a femme fatale."


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