New InStyle (Russia) magazine scans added to the our gallery.
New InStyle (Russia) magazine scans added to the our gallery.
We already know that Milla Jovovich is going to play the villain Nimue in the reboot of ‘Hellboy‘ but we haven’t seen much of who exactly her character The Blood Queen is quite yet. She has an obvious interest in Hellboy from the most recent trailer likely due to the prophecy that he is meant to bring about the end of the world and has some gnarly powers where she can turn others to dust like a mini-walking Thanos snapping his fingers for whoever is in range. Other than that? The teasers haven’t given us much.
A new interview with Milla Jovovich has the actress explain a little more about the Blood Queen, her powers and the motivation behind that “steamy kiss on Hellboy’!
As to her character, Milla says:
“The Blood Queen is literally the queen of the underworld in a sense. She is the mother of all of these creatures and monsters, she’s been around for millennia.”
That itself is a bit more detail than we’ve seen so far which is fitting. As to Nimue’s powers and what she wants from ‘Hellboy,’ that has already been hinted in the second trailer but Jovovich clarifies it just a little more:
“She’s able to throw plague and sickness on people…The Blood Queen fixates on Hellboy as a potential king for balance. The two of them could rule the world.”
It isn’t entirely clear if this Underworld which is mentioned is related to the Hell which exists in Mike Mignola‘s comics or if that might be another realm which she will eventually hope to conquer.
‘Hellboy’ will “Give Evil Hell” in your local theaters on April 12th, 2019
On January 26, 2019, Milla Jovovich and other cast was attended at the “Paradise Hills” Premiere during 2019 Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
And I have updated the our gallery with portraits:
If Paradise Hills put half the effort into its story that it does into costumes and production design, it would be a decent sci-fi film. Instead, Alice Waddington’s movie is content to crib from The Prisoner, The Stepford Wives, and The Hunger Games without bothering to understand or engage with the subtext of those stories. Paradise Hills wants to create a disturbing dystopia, but without any sense of danger or fear. Instead, it relies on weak twists that range from dull to laughably nonsensical.
At some point in the future or in an alternate reality (it’s never clear which), Uma (Emma Roberts) wakes up in a treatment facility on an island that looks like Disneyland by way of Jony Ive. She’s told by Duchess (Milla Jovovich), who runs the facility, that she’s supposed to be there for two months after rejecting a marriage proposal from the despicable Son (Arnaud Valois). Although Uma is weary of attempts to brainwash her, she reluctantly gives the treatment a shot while befriending fellow patients Chloe (Danielle Macdonald), Yu (Awkwafina), and Amarna (Eiza González), although Uma is the only one on the island who isn’t there voluntarily. As her “treatment” continues, Uma learns that the sinister facility isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
For most of its runtime, Paradise Hills looks like it will be a story about what society demands of young women and how social and economic factors (the film’s society is divided into “Uppers” and “Lowers”) try to get them to conform to stereotypes to appease men. Yes, that’s something incredibly similar to Stepford Wives, but it’s still a worthwhile theme. Unfortunately, the story is too tepid to ever unnerve the audience. The characters are so thinly drawn that we can’t sympathize with them, and they easily disappear into the exquisitely adorned decor and costumes. Ironically, Paradise Hills is a movie that’s absorbed with how things look than saying anything interesting.
And to be fair, the design is outstanding. This is a great movie to look at, and it’s probably as close as we’ll come to an actual Final Fantasy movie (The Spirits Within doesn’t count for anything) with its hodgepodge of ostentatious regalia and futuristic setting. And you can kind of see where it’s going with how fairy tales are a way of telling young women that they’re damsels instead of heroes. But because the subtext of the film is so limp and distant, the aesthetics appear superfluous.
As Paradise Hills lurches through its third act, it goes off the rails completely, trading twists for anything remotely coherent. What was previously dull and lethargic becomes idiotic as the script appears to lose all interest in playing fair with the audience. I would admire the boldness if it had any thematic heft, but the surprises drain the movie of what little thoughtfulness it possessed.
There’s nothing wrong with being inspired by classics of the sci-fi genre, but Paradise Hills has nothing to add to the conversation. It just sits there, pretty and uninterested in being more than a stab at ideas that others did far better. It’s not enough to simply cobble together premises; you have to do something with them. Dystopias are meant to disturb.
The Foundation for AIDS research has chosen to recognize actor Milla Jovovich, photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and auctioneer Simon de Pury at the 2019 amfAR Gala in New York on February 6.
Every year, at the start of fashion week, amfAR throws a party at Cipriani Wall Street to pay homage to prominent figures working toward HIV prevention and AIDS education and to raise funds for its organization. Jovovich, Alas and Piggott and de Pury have each supported the nonprofit — Jovovich in particular is entrenched in multiple AIDS-related charities, including AIDS Life and the Elton John AIDS foundation.
For the 21st iteration of this event, the amfAR evening will feature a dinner, live auction, honoree tributes and a performance by The Chainsmokers.
Tom Hughes and Mila Jovovich will star in the swashbuckling adventure movie “Corto Maltese” with French director Christophe Gans attached.
Producers see “Corto Maltese” as a potential mass-appeal franchise starter similar to the “Indiana Jones,” “Sherlock Holmes” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchises. The movie is based on the stories of an adventurous sailor, created by comic book author and novelist Hugo Pratt and set at the dawn of the 20th Century. Principal photography is slated to begin in January in Europe and China.
Milla Jovovich was shared on Instagram short official trailer of her new project “WithorWithout”.
Get ready for “WithorWithout” releasing on October 17th. This is an insane new project I did with one of my favorites bands @parcelsmusic. Check them out cause they have the coolest sound out there! Here’s the official trailer for #WithorWithout
I have updated the 2 new photoshoots what Milla was taken on the August. One is for LOVE Magazine and second L’Express Styles.
Milla Jovovich in KENZO Fall/Winter 2018 campaign. KENZO brought their latest short film to New York Fashion Week, where they debuted “The Everything”. KENZO premiered the film at the Performance Space New York, where they later held a Q&A with the cast and director where Milla Jovovich was to.
On September 7, Milla Jovovich and other cast at the “The Everything” Premiere in New York.
And here is the short film: