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Archive for the ‘“St. Trinian’s”’ Category

GALLERY LINKS:
- Candids: February 1, 2010
- Candids: February 2, 2010
- St. Trinian’s (2007) > Related Clippings: Empire (UK) – November 2007

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I’ve scanned the German DVD cover of St. Trinian’s and added five more pics from the Martin Creed & Calvin Klein party in 2007. :D

GALLERY LINKS:
- St. Trinian’s (2007): Posters & Covers
- Public Events: Martin Creed & Calvin Klein Spring/Summer ’08 Party

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Dec
14
2009
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GALLERY LINKS:
- Photoshoots: Portrait Session (October 2009)
- St Trinian’s (2007): Website

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The first images from the “St Trinian’s 2″ World Premiere in London tonight. We’ll surely add more soon.
We’ve also added a few stragglers from the BIFAs and Posters & Wallpapers from the first “St Trinian’s” movie. :D

GALLERY LINKS:
- Public Events: “St Trinian’s 2: The Legend Of Fritton’s Gold” World Premiere
- Public Events: The British Independent Film Awards
- St. Trinian’s (2007): Posters & Covers
- St. Trinian’s (2007): Wallpapers

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A couple more pics from the London ‘Alice Creed’ premiere, and two stills from 2007′s St. Trinian’s. :D

GALLERY LINKS:
- Events: The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival: “The Disappearance Of Alice Creed” – Screening
- St. Trinian’s (2007): Production Stills

It’s been nearly two years since the film’s release in the UK, but the remake of St. Trinian’s has finally arrived in theaters stateside. Set in an unruly girls’ school, the film stars a laundry list of British film actors like Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Russell Brand, Stephen Fry, Gemma Arterton, Talulah Riley, Tamsin Egerton, Juno Temple, Lena Headey and Jodie Whittaker. Mischa Barton also makes a brief cameo.

The St. Trinian’s franchise has a long history in British pop culture. In the 1940s, illustrator Ronald Searle created the St. Trinian’s cartoon series about a fictional girls’ school constantly teetering on the edge of anarchy. Those cartoons became celebrated films in the 1950s, starting with The Belles of St. Trinian’s in 1954. Comic actor Alistair Sim played the school headmistress Miss Fritton (in full drag) and her brother Clarence.

St. Trinian’s was released on August 11 on DVD in Canada, and the United States will finally get to see the bad girls in action stateside when it hits theaters on August 28 October 2 (thanks Karen for the heads-up).