Eva Green On '300: Rise Of An Empire' Love Scene: "It's Not Vanilla Sex"
Watch the star discuss her character Artemisia, THAT sex scene and what is was like being the only girl training with men for the flick...
Speaking of her character, Artemisia, Green explained: "She's such an extreme character. I think lots of men are going to be scared of me from now on. I'm going to have lots of boyfriends. They will have to behave.
"Yeah, she's so kind of extreme and driven. Completely. It's about war, war, war, war - and that's it. That's her mission and her life."
Eva also tells us how extreme she is aside from being transfixed on war, she has her eye on the enemy.
"She kind of is intrigued by her enemy, Themistokles, played by Sullivan Stapleton. She wants to possess him because he turns out to be such a great enemy and very... yeah, like he's her perfect match and they end up having kind of a love scene. It's more like a love-hate fight scene. It's not vanilla sex, that's for sure. So that was full-on. I've never done a scene like this."
As the only girl training with men, Eva said of the preparation: "I took this role because it was an action film. So all of that training for free was great, to train with those guys in the gym was so cool.
"I felt like - you feel very powerful, you're the only girl too training with the guys. You feel special and it's fun.”
300: Rise Of An Empire is out now.