Gemma is featured in the latest issue of Grazia France (March 24-30) with a brand new editorial. HD Digital Scans from the magazine have now been added to the gallery, together with some outtakes from the amazing new photoshoot! Check the gallery and enjoy! :)
On Thursday night (March 23), a special screening for Their Finest was hosted by STXfilms and EuropaCorp with The Cinema Society at SVA Theatre 2 in New York. Gemma attended it together with her co-star Bill Nighy and the movie director Lone Scherfig.
She looked amazing in a Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 dress. Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, with thanks to Emily for her great help! Enjoy :)
– Public Events > Events from 2017 > March 23: ‘Their Finest’ Special Screening in New York
Back on Thursday, March 23, Gemma – together with Bill Nighy and Lone Scherfig – were guest at AOL Build, for promoting their new movie Their Finest.
Check the gallery to see some photos of Gemma and the trio during the interview, and below you can also watch the entire interview! Big thanks to Emily from The Claflin Place for donating most of the photos!
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Back on Wednesday, March 15th, Gemma attended the Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards at the London Palladium. She looked pretty (even though I’m not much fan of the dress itself!) in a Michael Kors dress and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Several photos of her during the red carpet and the ceremony have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them and follow the site twitter @GArtertonOnline :)
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Blu-Ray HD Screencaps from one of Gemma’s latest movies 100 Streets have now been added to the gallery! The movie is really beautiful and touching. I really recommend all of you Gemma fans to watch it! :)
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– Movies & Television > 100 Streets (2016) > Blu-Ray Screencaps
Like we already said, Gemma is featured in the Spring 2017 issue of Town & Country UK. The magazine features a beautiful and brand new photoshoot and an article/interview with Gemma. Digital HD scans and outtakes have now been added in our gallery!
Be sure to check them out and remember to follow our site on twitter @GArtertonOnline!
Gemma is featured in the Spring 2017 issue of Town & Country Magazine UK with a beautiful brand new photoshoot! The issue is going to be on sale from February 23rd, and we’ll try to get our hands on it. In the meantime, enjoy the beautiful previews of the editorial and a piece of her interview for the magazine!
TOWN & COUNTRY UK – In an exclusive interview for the magazine, Arterton talks about her varied career path, which has seen her portray iconic women ranging from the Maid of Orleans in the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Saint Joan to a Bond girl in the Hollywood blockbuster Quantum of Solace. Explaining what motivates her to accept a role, she says: “If I read a script, I won’t have an agenda: if I like it, I’m behind it. But usually that means it’s based around something I care about that resonates with me, so probably it is a feminist standpoint with interesting roles for women.”
She continues: “One of the joys in my life is that in the space of a few months I can go from playing a depressed mother to a Restoration strumpet to a wartime screenwriter […] I live these different lives, asking myself, ‘Can I go to that length? Can I push myself further?’ It’s a way of exploring myself. You’re always learning with each role.”
Arterton also addresses the issue of class and race barriers within theatre, commenting: “In theatre we’ve got people from the poshest you can get, down to me. There’s a real mixture. We should just get over the whole class and race thing, and cast people who are right for the part. Am I just going to complain about it, or am I going to create work that allows me to cast the people I want to? It’s all about control.” (source)