Keira Knightley appears to be doing more for the color green than Kermit the Frog ever did.
Various media have splashed the drop-dead emerald green gown the actress dons in "Atonement" in newspapers, morning shows and tabloid TV programs. There is more coverage to come, no doubt, since the upper-crust drama about love and war has racked up seven Golden Globe nominations including a leading actress one for the 22-year-old Knightley. Moviegoers get a good long look at the sweeping gown created by costume designer Jacqueline Durran, since Knightley wears it in the flick's most pivotal scene.
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