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Archive for the ‘Photoshoots’ Category
  Nicole   November 10, 2016

Gemma is featured in the December issue of CosmopolitanFrance edition. She looks fantastic in this new photoshoot! Digital scans from the magazine and a couple of outtakes have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!

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GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Cosmopolitan (France) – December
– Photoshoots & Portraits > Cosmopolitan France (2016)
  Nicole   November 07, 2016

Additional portraits of Gemma and the cast of Their Finest taken during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival – while they were there promoting it – have now been added to the gallery. Gemma looks super gorgeous so be sure to check them! Enjoy :)

  Nicole   September 19, 2016

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.”

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GALLERY LINKS:
Photoshoots & Portraits > The Observer Magazine (2016)
  Nicole   September 15, 2016

While at the Toronto International Film Festival to promote her new movie Their Finest, Gemma and the cast of the film did some portrait sessions while being interviewed for various magazines and websites. You can now see the beautiful photos in our gallery, enjoy!

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  Nicole   September 13, 2016

Gemma, together with the cast of Their Finest, were at the Variety Studios yesterday (September 12th) during the Toronto International Film Festival, for an interview and some portraits.

Some photos from the appearance and the portraits have now been added to the gallery. Gemma looks great! Be sure to check them, and follow the site’s twitter @GArtertonOnline :)


  Nicole   August 05, 2016

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   April 04, 2016

RADIO TIMESWhen you started out, what was the dream?
I came from a background where acting was seen as a poncey job, so I never thought it was something I could do and get paid for. We didn’t go to the theatre or cinema very often and we didn’t really watch TV… Even when I was at drama school, I thought, “I’ll probably have to do another job to supplement this.”

Was a film career your main goal?
It took me by surprise. After Rada, my agent said, “Now you have to go up for this and this,” and you just do. I was so naive, I went up for everything and was suddenly meeting the Bond people [for Quantum of Solace], thinking, “God, I’m never going to get that!” Then I got it and was like, “Oh, I’d better do it because it’s Bond…” That was my life for three years. I’m lucky to have got it! Especially when you’ve got a student loan.

Do you remember your first review?
I was really damaged by reviews last year when I did Made in Dagenham. It was a huge project for me and we got really good ones and REALLY bad ones. They picked on me, which is fine, but it’s hard when you’ve got to go on stage again that night, and the next night, for four months after that… So when I started in Nell Gwynn, I decided not to read any.

I did Ibsen at the Almeida a few years ago and [Guardian critic] Michael Billington came on press night and we were all so nervous – I ripped my trousers, it was a nightmare! Anyway he re-reviewed it at the end of the run and wrote an article about how it’s ridiculous that we review one performance, right at the start.

TV is now attracting big film stars and directors – why do you think that is?
There used to be a bit of snobbery around doing TV, especially for film actors, but it gives us greater scope. So much freedom comes with that. I think it’s the future actually…

And now theatre performances are on live at the cinema, which I’m unsure of… A performance is something you were either there for or not – that’s what’s magical about it. And also for my own ego, I hate the idea of doing a theatre performance on screen – it’s a totally different style of acting, and I don’t think they merge.

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