Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 17 September 2014

Eve would kill for Tarantino role

Eve wants to work with Quentin Tarantino

Eve has revealed that she would like to star in a Quentin Tarantino film.

The 34-year-old singer and actress has worked with directors such as Drew Barrymore, Noel Clarke and Rob Cohen, having appeared in films such as xXx, Barbershop and Whip It, but admitted she would like to show off a violent streak in one of his movies.

"My dream collaborative situation or dream director would be Quentin Tarantino. I'm a huge fan plus I just wanna kill somebody or fight someone. He's just an amazing director," she said.

Although she has met him several times, Eve, whose real name is Eve Jeffers, has yet to tell him of her dream.

"I've met him a few times actually... But I never have [said anything]. I think I'm too shy. The next time I see him, I will [say something] but I think I was just too star-struck," she admitted.

She added: "He's very quirky, but I guess you have to be, to be doing the kind of stuff he does. He's really cool."

Eve - who is releasing her fourth album Lip Lock on June 3 - hopes to get back into acting in the future, but is focusing on music for now.

"I read scripts all the time. I go on readings still just to keep up the practice, but I've put it on the back-burner because this album has been my baby for the past few months and years," she said.

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