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Eva Green tells UK court 'B movie' could have wrecked career

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Either you have a contract or your don't.

If either party fails to meet the requirements of what the contract states, then they default and owe the other party compensation.

"Rust" has nothing to do with this movie. Completely different production teams in different countries.

If she didn't like the contract, then she shouldn't have signed.

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“When an actor has appeared in a B movie they are labelled as a B actor, you never get offered quality work ever again,”

Tell that to Tom Hanks, Jack Nicholson, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, johnny Depp, etc.. all appeared in major B movie flops.

Which tells a lot about her "divas" attitude.

Green apologized for “some horrible things” she had said in messages. She said the tone of the messages was “an emotional response" because she felt betrayed.

This alone says a lot about her probable "diva" attitude.

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“It’s my Frenchness coming out sometimes,” she said.

No that is her playing on the British stereotypes of French people.

No one in France acts like that no one would put up with someone acting like that, only pretentious people and they are often roasted in the news and by their fellow French when they do.

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It’s my Frenchness coming out sometimes,” she said.

No that is her playing on the British stereotypes of French people.

No one in France acts like that no one would put up with someone acting like that, only pretentious people and they are often roasted in the news and by their fellow French when they do.

'My Frenchness coming out sometimes'. So is she saying that French women are mostly stuck-up divas?

That is a pretty lame excuse and it doesn't bear well on her fellow French women.

Show some class, French lass. Don't be an ass.

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