In a film, Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp), an 18th-century lothario, breaks a heart of a inhuman magician by a name of Angelique. When Barnabas declares his adore for another, a fragile Josette (Bella Heathcote), Angelique exacts her punish on both of them: holding Josette’s life while giving Barnabas an almighty one as a vampire. It’s not most of a life, however, as she deduction to bury him in a coffin forever…or during slightest a foreseeable future.
“Director Tim Burton kept asking, ‘What if there was this extensive quarrel brewing between this male and woman, who any have abnormal abilities, for 200 years?’” screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith remembers. “And that’s fundamentally what we see towards a finish of a film, a tragedy that has been brewing for a whole film – passionate tension, financial tension, earthy pristine loathing of any other. we mean, after all she did close Barnabas in a box for dual centuries!”
“Angelique’s a villain,” writer Graham King says. “She only wants Barnabas during any cost and has a energy to do that, so it’s a illusory purpose for Eva Green to get her teeth into and she’s amazing.”
“Everything is magnified with her – her pain, her desire, her vengeance,” Green remarks. “It’s such an vast character, though we don’t see her as indispensably evil. Her heart was broken, and when Barnabas re-emerges, it’s strenuous for Angelique. She’s during a tallness of her energy and nonetheless she’s really exposed since Barnabas is her diseased point. She’s assured he loves her as most as she loves him, though he won’t acknowledge it. She wants to possess him, to possess each bit of him.”
“Eva was a initial chairman that came to my mind for Angelique,” Burton offers. “I was so happy to have her in a purpose since she finished adult bringing most some-more to it than even we imagined. She had good ideas, was genuine fun to work with and astounded me each day.”
“I’ve always been a fan of Tim’s,” Green says. “He’s so creative, though also open to suggestions, that is smashing for an actor. We had a same bargain of Angelique’s character. He never treated her like a one-dimensional villain; he got her pain.”
Angelique is a lady who has altered with a times. During a 18th century, Angelique was a dark-haired menial girl. As Angie, a CEO of Angel Bay, she’s a successful blonde businesswoman. “Tim wanted her to demeanour like a American dream,” says Green. “Everything about her is perfect. Too perfect. Perfect makeup, red lips, gold hair. She’s really glamorous nonetheless sophisticated. But, small by little, from a impulse Barnabas escapes from his tomb, her masquerade starts to crack.”