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New 'Penny Dreadful' Teaser Shows the Demon Inside Eva Green

December 18, 2013 (4:01 am) GMT
Green, playing the show's heroine, is praying against some sort of devil as she appears to be getting possessed.

Showtime has released a fresh teaser of new series "", giving the first official look at in character. Donning a black dress, she's featured humming a prayer before she's seemingly getting possessed by the devil.

On the psycho-sexual horror show, the "" actress portrays Vanessa Ives, a "seductive and formidable beauty full of secrets and danger." She will prove herself a force to be reckoned with and is the heroine of the series.

Created by John Logan, the show takes place in Victorian London and weaves together the classic origin stories of horror icons like Dr. Frankenstein and his creature, Dorian Grey, and several characters from the novel Dracula.

lands a role as Ethan Chandler, a fake American cowboy who impresses Victorian women, but has a dark side. He isn't afraid of violence and is more complicated than he likes to admit.

Harry Treadaway will play Victor Frankenstein, Reeve Carney is cast as the immortal Dorian Gray, and stars as Brona Croft, an Irish immigrant seeking to escape her dark past.

Logan serves as executive producer alongside Sam Mendes and Pippa Harris. "" director Juan Antonio Bayona helmed the first two episodes of the show, which is slated to debut in spring 2014.



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