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Gemma Arterton lit up the red carpet at the premiere of her new film The Voices in a sparkly nude dress as she confessed she finds herself drawn to darker and darker roles.

The Voices MSN Interview


Set to the music of popular hit songs from the 1980s. A beautiful coastal village, present day Italy. After a whirlwind romance, Maddie (Annabel Scholey) is preparing to marry gorgeous Italian Raf (Giulio Berruti), and has invited her sister Taylor (Hannah Arterton) to the wedding. Unbeknownst to Maddie, however, Raf is Taylor’s ex-holiday flame, and the love of her life…

This romantic comedy/musical will come out in the UK on June 27, 2014.

GALLERY LINKS:
- Hannah Arterton > Movies > Walking On Sunshine aka HOLIDAY! (2014) > Trailer, thanks to our friend Stef for the screencaptures
- Hannah Arterton > Movies > Walking On Sunshine aka HOLIDAY! (2014) > Stills

PS: Gemma and Kylie Minogue were once attached to this project.

Based on the critically acclaimed film of the same name, this very British musical comedy, set in 1960s Essex follows working class woman Rita O’Grady in her battle against the corrupt union bosses in the Ford Dagenham car plant where she works.

When it’s announced that the girls in the sewing machine room will have their pay grade dropped to ‘unskilled’, Rita leads the women in a charge against the might of the Ford Corporation. Gemma Arterton stars in this inspiring story about the meaning of fairness, friendship and love.

Don’t miss it! Made In Dagenham tickets on sale now at London Theatre Direct! (source)

Gemma Arterton stars in this week’s Inside No. 9 – check out the preview here:

GALLERY LINK:
- Movies & Television > Inside No. 9 (2013) > Trailer

Fourteen years after the opening of Shakespeare’s Globe, the vision of its founder has been fully realised.

The thatched amphitheatre on London’s South Bank now stands cheek by jowl with a brand new, old theatre: the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

This second theatre is designed to replicate the indoor playhouses of the early 17th Century.

The theatre holds 340 people with two tiers of galleried seating and an historically accurate pit seating area. The first programmed season opens officially on January 15 with The Duchess of Malfi

The play is performed entirely by candlelight as the reconstruction architect John Greenfield explains. (source)

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Duchess of Malfi