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  Nicole   July 29, 2018

Back on July 20 Gemma was guest at the BBC Radio 2 Chris Evans Breakfast Show, where she talked about her new movie The Escape.

Gemma wore an Emilia Wickstead Resort 2019 turquoise mini dress featuring long ruched, cuffed sleeves a belted waist and a pleated skirt. Several photos of her outside the BBC Radio 2 Studios have now been added to the gallery, and below you can also listen to her interview during the show. Enjoy!

  Nicole   July 29, 2018

Back on July 19, Gemma attended a special screening for her new movie The Escape, held at the The Curzon Bloomsbury in London (England).

Gemma was wearing a colour-block Galvan Resort 2019 dress with bronze clutch and toffee-hued sandals (I, personally, didn’t like this outfit much). Several photos from the screening have now been added to the gallery, sorry for the delay and enjoy!


– Public Events > Events from 2018 > July 19: The Escape Screening in London
  Nicole   July 16, 2018

THE GUARDIAN – A protest march is one of Gemma Arterton’s favourite things. “Oh, I love going on marches,” she beams. “They’re such an amazingly galvanising, brilliant community.” She brought her mum along on a women’s march recently, “and she loved it, too. She just loved the energy you get off it. It’s like carnival, people really together, and they’re singing and they’re chanting.” She throws her head back, exhilarated by the memory. “It’s like, you feel power.”

The 32-year-old has not always felt powerful. Her career began on the 2007 St Trinian’s movie, and a year later she became a global sex symbol as a Bond girl. “The first six years of my career were all about me learning what I didn’t want to do,” she admits. “If I’d been really, really strong-minded back then, I would have turned them down. But I wasn’t, so I own that.” She pauses for a moment to reflect.

“I think self-belief is very rare in young actors. Whenever I meet a really confident young actor, I just think, ‘Fuck, yes, go on.’ I wasn’t that person when I was younger. I wish I was.”

The terrible truth is that while Arterton is telling me this, I can’t concentrate. Her beauty is quite unlike anything I have ever seen in real life, and hopelessly distracting. We meet in a north London studio, following her photo shoot, but there is no artifice in the minimal makeup or artlessly swept-back hair, and the miraculous perfection of every feature is mesmerising. Such are our delusions about the power of beauty, the idea that it might ever confer disadvantage feels counterintuitive. And yet, for years, the Rada-trained actor found herself underestimated because of her face.

“My taste in film and theatre has always been very marginal, very arthouse, very out there, and then it always surprised me that I got these mainstream roles. I’ve done so many things that were not meaningful, and I have always wanted to do meaningful work, and I don’t get sent those meaningful scripts.” She has no regrets, she adds quickly, about her decorative roles. “But I found, in my experience, that people just think you’re a bad actor.”

(Read the rest of the article at the source)

Gemma was featured in the July 14 issue of The Guardian Weekend, with a very interesting interview and a brand new beautiful photoshoot! Outtakes and digital scans from the magazine can now be found in our gallery, enjoy!


– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2018 > The Guardian Weekend (July 14)
– Photoshoots & Portraits > The Guardian (2018)
  Nicole   June 26, 2018

VARIETY – Netflix’s “Murder Mystery” is rounding out its cast.

Gemma Arterton, Terence Stamp, and John Kani have joined the comedy, starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler.

Workaholics” co-creator Kyle Newacheck is directing from a script by James Vanderbilt. The story follows a New York cop (Sandler) and his wife (Aniston), who become prime suspects in the murder of an elderly billionaire while vacationing in Europe. Arterton is starring as an actress with a secret, while Stamp is playing the billionaire tycoon who is murdered, and Kani will portray his best friend.

Also joining the cast is Shioli Kutsuna (“Deadpool 2”), David Walliams (“Little Britain”), Adeel Akhtar (“The Big Sick”), Olafur Darri Olafsson (“The Meg”), and Dany Boon. As previously announced, Luke Evans and Luis Gerardo Mendez are also on board.

Sandler and Aniston previously worked together on the 2011 comedy “Just Go With It,” which grossed $215 million globally. “Murder Mystery” marks Sandler’s sixth feature project at Netflix, while it’s Aniston’s first time working with the streaming giant.

Filming began this week in Montreal. “Murder Mystery” will also film in locations throughout Europe. The streaming service will release the film worldwide in 2019. Happy Madison, Endgame Entertainment and Vinson Films are producing. Sandler is also producing along with Allen Covert, Tripp Vinson, James D. Stern and Jamie Vanderbilt. (source)

  Nicole   May 30, 2018

SCREENDAILY – The first image from the set of My Zoe, the forthcoming drama written and directed by Julie Delpy (the Before trilogy) and starring Gemma Arterton (Their Finest) and Daniel Brühl (Rush)

Principal photography on the film started on May 24, shooting in and around Berlin and Moscow.

Delpy plays Isabelle, a scientist and divorcée who has difficult contact with her ex-husband James (Richard Armitage) due to their co-parenting of daughter Zoe (Sophia Ally). After a tragedy befalls the family, Isabelle takes matters into her own hands, turning to a couple (played by Arterton and Brühl) in Moscow for help.

The cast also includes Saleh Bakri (The Source) and Lindsay Duncan (Gifted).

Malte Grunert (Perfect Sense) is producing for Berlin-based Amusement Park together with Gabrielle Tana (Philomena) and Metalwork Pictures’ Andrew Levitas. The filming is funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Filmförderung Hamburg as well as the German Federal Film Fund (DFFF).

UK-based Protagonist Pictures is handling worldwide sales, with the film scheduled for release in 2019.

The film is Delpy’s seventh feature as a writer-director, with her previous titles including 2 Days In New York (2012) and 2 Days In Paris (2007). (source)


– Movies & Television > My Zoe (2019) > Behind the Scenes
  Nicole   April 23, 2018

Gemma is featured in the latest issue (April 20) of Elle France, with a beautiful new photoshop. She was in Paris a few days ago for the premiere of The Escape – the movie will be out on April 25 in France.

Be sure to check the digital scans and photoshoot outtakes in our gallery!


– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2018 > Elle France (April 20)
– Photoshoots & Portraits > Elle France (2018)
  Nicole   April 20, 2018

Last night (April 19) Gemma attended the French premiere for her movie The Escape‘Une Femme Heureuse’, held at the Cinema MK2 Bibliotheque in Paris.

Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them out! :)


– Public Events > Events from 2018 > April 19: The Escape French Premiere