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Why Eva Green Ditched the Femme Fatale to Play 'a Weird Mary Poppins' for Tim Burton

"This is just like speed dating," Eva Green laughs as she slides into my booth. Along with the other main cast of "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," she's been cycling through journalists all day with new face popping by her table every few minutes for a quick chat. When she gets to me, we have 10 minutes to discuss the Tim Burton film in the Gallow Green restaurant of the McKittrick Hotel in New York City, which is a dim-lit, fantastical eatery with an antique subway decorated with potted plants serving as our lunch spot.
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