On Tuesday evening – October 13th – Gemma attended the premiere for “Their Finest” – Mayor’s Centrepiece Gala during the 60th BFI London Film Festival.
She looked great in an Alice Temperley jumpsuit, with Paul Andrew shoes and Venyx moon earrings. Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, with big thanks to Emily for her help with some!
As always, remember to follow the site twitter @GArtertonOnline in case of more additions!
– Public Events > 60th BFI London Film Festival – “Their Finest” Premiere
– Public Events > 60th BFI London Film Festival – “Their Finest” Premiere After Party
Gemma looked splendid and really solar during the photocall and press conference for her new movie Their Finest during the 60th BFI London Film Festival on Tuesday, October 13th.
She was stunning in an Alberta Ferretti Resort 2017 red sleeveless midi v-neck, with an cut-out bow detail shoulder and a crossover skirt.
Several photos from the events have now been added to the gallery (thanks to Emily for her help with some! Be sure to visit her Sam Clafin site!) and remember to follow the site twitter @GArtertonOnline in case of additions!
– Public Events > 60th BFI London Film Festival – “Their Finest” Photocall
– Public Events > 60th BFI London Film Festival – “Their Finest” Press Conference
Brand new production stills and promotional poster for Gemma latest movie “The Girl with all the Gifts” have now been added to the gallery, all in HQs! The movie is now playing in all the UK cinemas, be sure to go catch it!
Enjoy the additions :)
Yesterday (September 30th), Gemma attended the Dior Photocall and Front Row – Womenswear Spring/Summer 2017 – while at the Paris Fashion Week.
She looked great – as usual – all smiley and elegant. Several photos from the show have now been added to the gallery, stay tuned here and on the site twitter @GArtertonOnline in case of more additions! Enjoy :)
Gemma looked amazing yesterday night (September 19th) during a special screening for The Girl with all the Gifts that took place at the Vue West End in London.
She was wearing a blue Peter Pilotto embroidered one shoulder top with matching trousers. She was joined by her co-stars Glenn Close, Sennia Nanua and the director Colm McCarthy. Several photos from the premiere have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!
Public Events > “The Girl with all the Gifts” Special Screening in London [+50]
Yesterday morning (September 19th), Gemma was guest on ITV’s Lorraine. She was there to promote and talk about The Girl With All The Gifts (which is going to be released in the UK this Friday!) Looking gorgeous, as usual, and in shape – despite what Lorraine might say about her size! For which there is nothing wrong because Gemma is simply perfect, not fat, curvy and beautiful!
Anyway. Some photos of Gemma during the show, of some of her outside have now been added to the gallery! Below you can also watch a clip of the interview:
Talk and Radio Shows > 2016 09 19: ITV’s Lorraine [+34]
Talk and Radio Shows > 2016 09 19: ITV’s Lorraine – Outside [+27]
THE OBSERVER – If you ask Gemma Arterton if she regrets her career choices to date, she will look you straight in the eye and tell you it’s complicated. The year she graduated from Rada she appeared in Guy Ritchie’s RocknRolla; in a Brit comedy with Mackenzie Crook; as the lead in Tess of the D’Urbervilles; and as Bond girl Strawberry Fields in Quantum of Solace. From there, she went straight on to blockbusters Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Clash of the Titans. On her first day working on Quantum of Solace she filmed her death scene, lying naked for two hours on Bond’s bed, covered in black oil. It seems now that the experience gave her time to think.
It’s a hot afternoon in Soho and she is mixing a drink with the casual swing of someone just home from holidaying with her best friend; she’s tanned, freckled, quick to laugh. At the weekend, for her belated 30th birthday party, she tells me she’ll be performing TLC’s “No Scrubs”. Suddenly she’s rapping. “See if you can’t spatially expand my horizon. Then that leaves you in the class with scrubs, never rising…” And then my hands are clapping, because that’s what happens to your hands when a girl spontaneously raps.
We’re at the Dean Street Townhouse – and the sun has brought out celebrities like rain does snails. At every table is a doubletake. Arterton, her back to the room, seems profoundly at ease with herself, which makes her stories about the anger she suppressed – about her “freak-outs” after bad experiences at work, about her decision to quit films altogether – all the more compelling.
It happened slowly. Once, she remembers, she was working on a film where, apart from the make-up artist, she was the only woman on set. “Everyone just behaved so badly, people were getting fired left, right and centre. It was just power, power, power.” She hated it. “After that, for a while I was doing ‘Fuck You’ work, because I was angry about the industry. I wanted to do these aggressive films to show that I was badass and could kill people.”
Photoshoots & Portraits > The Observer Magazine (2016)