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Nicole   /   August 05, 2016   /   0 Comments

Back on Wednesday, August 03 – Gemma was at the Locarno Film Festival for the World Premiere of her new movie The Girl with all the Gifts. A press conference – in the afternoon – and a premiere – in the evening – have been held to present the movie. Gemma was accompanied by the very talented Sennia Nanua, her young co-star in the movie.

During the afternoon press conference, Gemma wore a GH Rita dress – which looked great on her!For the evening premiere she opted for a curve-hugging dusk pink dress with a flirty fishtail hem.

DAILY MAIL – Featuring a bustier-style top and elegant sheer detailing, the screen star’s pretty gown hugged her toned figure in all the right places.

Falling past her knees, the stunning tulle fabric flashed a peek of her lean legs, which she accentuated with gold open-toe heels.

The British thespian kept her make-up natural to show off her striking features and wore her brunette locks scraped back in a quiffed up-do. (source)

Several photos from the events have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them and enjoy!


Nicole   /   July 27, 2016   /   0 Comments

Gemma’s new movie Orpheline is going to be show for the first time world wide at the Toronto Film Festival 2016 in a couple of months! The first still and the official synopsis have been released and you can see/read them below:

Orphan (Orpheline) Arnaud des Pallières, France World Premiere
Four moments in the lives of four female characters. Sandra’s youth as she moves to Paris and has a brush with disaster. Karine’s teenage years, an endless succession of runaways, men and mishaps, because anything is better than her desolate family home. The childhood of a little girl called Kiki, captured as a game of hide and seek turns to tragedy. And finally the grown-up life of Renée, a woman who thought she was safe from her own past. Gradually, we come to understand that these four characters are actually different sides of the same woman. Starring Adèle Haenel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton and Sergi López. (source)

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > Orpheline (2016) > Production Stills
Emily   /   July 26, 2016   /   0 Comments

The lineup for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival has been announced! Gemma’s movie with Sam Claflin, Their Finest and “Orphan will have a gala screening! The festival runs September 8 – 18.

Their Finest Lone Scherfig, United Kingdom World Premiere
Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig’s period comedy-drama follows a group of filmmakers struggling to make an inspirational film to boost morale — and inspire America to join the war — during the London Blitz in World War II. A witty, romantic and moving portrayal of a young woman finding her way, and her voice, in the mayhem of war…and movies. Starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston, Helen McCrory, Eddie Marsan, Jake Lacy, Rachel Stirling, and Richard E. Grant.

Orphan Arnaud des Pallières, World Premiere
Four moments in the lives of four female characters. Sandra’s youth as she moves to Paris and has a brush with disaster. Karine’s teenage years, an endless succession of runaways, men and mishaps, because anything is better than her desolate family home. The childhood of a little girl called Kiki, captured as a game of hide and seek turns to tragedy. And finally the grown-up life of Renée, a woman who thought she was safe from her own past. Gradually, we come to understand that these four characters are actually different sides of the same woman. Starring Adèle Haenel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton and Sergi López.

Emily   /   July 24, 2016   /   0 Comments

VARIETY – ROME — The Venice Film Festival has announced the full roster of its main jury that will comprise Laurie Anderson, Gemma Arterton, and Joshua Oppenheimer alongside Italian writer Giancarlo De Cataldo, German actress Nina Hoss, French Actress Chiara Mastroianni, Venezuelan director Lorenzo Vigas and Chinese actress, director and singer Zhao Wei.

Vigas won the Venice Golden Lion last year with his first feature “From Afar,” about a middle-aged gay man who cruises the streets of Caracas searching for young companions.

Zhao made her directorial debut in 2013 with college romancer “So Young,” which is the highest grossing film ever made by a female Chinese filmmaker. One of China’s most popular actresses, also known as Vicky Zhao, she recently came under fire from the Communist Youth League for casting Taiwan thesp Leon Dai as the lead in her sophomore film directorial effort, “No Other Love,” and was forced to drop him. Dai is allegedly a supporter of Taiwanese independence from mainland China.

As previously announced, Sam Mendes will serve as jury president.

Venice has also announced jury members of its Horizons section, dedicated to more cutting edge fare and headed by French director Robert Guediguian.

They are: U.S. film critic and historian Jim Hoberman, longtime senior critic at “The Village Voice” and now a New York Times columnist; Egyptian actress Nelly Karim who has played several groundbreaking Arab female roles, most recently in Mohamed Diab’s “Clash”; Italian actress Valentina Lodovini (“Things From Another World”); South Korean actress and director Moon So-ri (“Oasis”); Spanish critic Jose Maria Prado, who heads the Spanish film archives in Madrid; and Indian director Chaitanya Tamhane whose first film, legal drama “Court” won the Venice Lion of the Future in 2014.

Last but not least, the members of the Lion of the Future jury presided by Italian actor and director Kim Rossi Stewart, who will select Venice’s award for first feature, are: U.S. actor and director Brady Corbet, whose historical mystery drama ”Childhood of a Leader” scooped the Lion of the Future last year, as well as the Horizons’ section nod for best director (awarded by separate juries); Spanish actress Pilar Lopez de Ayala (“The Strange Case of Angelica”); and French film critic Serge Toubiana, who co-directed docu “Hitchcock Truffaut.”

The Lion of the Future Jury will award a $100,000 dollar cash prize to the best debut feature across all competitive sections at the fest, to be divided equally between the director and the producer.

The 73nd edition of Venice will run August 31-September 10. The full lineup will be announced on July 28.

Emily   /   July 23, 2016   /   0 Comments

Allocine.fr has released a trailer for Gemma’s upcoming movie The History of Love. The film is set to release in cinemas on 9 November 2016. I have also added 3 production stills from the movie to the gallery!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > The History Of Love (2016) > Production Stills

M.   /   July 23, 2016   /   0 Comments
Emily   /   July 17, 2016   /   0 Comments

Yesterday (July 16), Gemma performed at The Food of Love concert. She performed with Patrick Stewart, conducted by Nigel Hess in front of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Cadogan Hall. Sadly there are no official photos from the event so far, but you can see how lovely Gemma looked at the concert thanks to these twitter and instagram photos we collected and added to the gallery: