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Nicole   /   May 26, 2017   /   0 Comments

Thanks to Eva LaRue Official, we’ve been able to add in our gallery 2 exclusive outtakes from The Evening Standard photoshoot Gemma did back in April and replaced the other ones with HQs.

Be sure to check them out in our gallery! Enjoy :) and follow our site twitter @GArtertonOnline!

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– Photoshoots & Portraits > The Evening Standard (2017)
Nicole   /   May 24, 2017   /   0 Comments

Back on Monday night (May 22) Gemma attended the After Party for the Tory Burch Regent Street Store opening at Isabel in London.

Thanks to The Claflin Place we’ve been able to add several photos from the event in our gallery, be sure to check them out and enjoy!

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– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 22: Tory Burch Regent Street Opening – After Party
Nicole   /   May 23, 2017   /   0 Comments

INDEPENDENT.IE – Actress Gemma Arterton has been discussing her green fingers at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show as she prepares for her upcoming movie role.

She will play Vita Sackville-West in forthcoming release Vita And Virginia, which depicts the writer’s love affair with Virginia Woolf, as well as her famous passion for horticulture.

She will star alongside Nocturnal Animals actress Andrea Riseborough, who plays Woolf. (The role was previously of Eva Green, who had to step out).

Gemma, 31, was at the annual show’s press day on Monday and said her research for the part had made her a devoted gardener.

The Girl With All The Gifts star told the Press Association: “I would like to be a big gardener and I am constantly trying to find new ways to bring it to life. I am moving house soon just so that I can have a garden. The role came before the passion. Vita was one of the world’s most famous gardeners, so I have been trying to get into the zone for that.”

Gemma described Sackville-West as a “natural gardener”, and said finding her own green fingers came with challenges and admitted at first every plant she touched “seemed to die”.

“Like with anything sensitive, you have to put in the effort and work out went wrong. Now I just love doing it, it’s such a good thing for the soul and for mood. For anybody, it’s expressive and meditative.”

Speaking of her favourite plants, she said: “I am more into flowers than vegetables and I love anything fragrant, but you can’t really beat a good English rose.”

Gemma will spend most of the summer filming for the role in Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, the site of the famous garden designed by Sackville-West.

Gemma attended the event on Monday in her role as ambassador for the Prince’s Trust. She visited the Burncoose Nurseries garden with Gabrielle Evans, who was helped by the charity to set up her garden business.

The star said she was also keen to spend the day gathering some ideas for her new garden, especially from the French-inspired exhibits. (source)

Gemma was at the event together with her little sister, Hannah. Several photos from the show have now been added to the gallery, with big thanks to Love, Lily for helping with a good part of them!


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– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 22: Chelsea Flower Show – Press Day
Nicole   /   May 22, 2017   /   0 Comments

Back on Friday – May 19 – Gemma was in Cannes, probably trying to sell her new movie “Summerland” to buyers. She attended a couple of events while there: the Focus Features’ 15th Anniversary party at the Baoli Beach and 9th Annual Filmmakers Dinner hosted by Charles Finch and Jaeger-LeCoultre at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.

Some photos from both events have now been added to the gallery, with thanks to Katherine Langford Fan for the HQs! Enjoy them :)

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– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 19: Focus Feature’ 15th Anniversary Party At The Cannes Film Festival
– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 19: Charles Finch Hosts The 9th Annual Filmmakers Dinner
Nicole   /   May 09, 2017   /   0 Comments

Gemma – together with her sister Hannah – attended the Day Two of Audi Polo Challenge in Ascot on Sunday (May 07) afternoon. She looked very elegant in a Victoria Beckham dark blue blouse and trousers.

Some photos from the event have been added to the gallery, thanks to Dazzling Emma Stone

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– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 07: Audi Polo Challenge – Day Two
Nicole   /   May 06, 2017   /   0 Comments

Back on Tuesday (May 02) Gemma attended a dinner hosted by Emilia Wickstead at Scott’s in London. She looked really beautiful in an Emilia Wickstead Pre-Fall 2017 black dress with light green flowers.

Some photos of Gemma during the dinner and outside the restaurant have now been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

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– Public Events > Events from 2017 > May 02: Emilia Wickstead Dinner at Scott’s
Nicole   /   April 28, 2017   /   0 Comments

SCREENDAILY – Gemma Arterton will lead the cast of Summerland, the directing debut of Olivier Award-winning playwright Jessica Swale.

Swale has also penned the screenplay of the feature, which is set during the Second World War and stars Arterton in the lead role of Alice.

When an evacuee boy arrives out of the blue and is placed in her care, Alice resolves to be rid of him. Yet, as the young boy opens her heart, allowing her to unlock the secrets of her past, Alice begins to realise that sometimes imagination really can set you free.

Swale won Bafta’s JJ Screenwriting bursary for the project in 2012.

Her theatre credits include Blue Stockings, which premiered at London’s Globe theatre in 2013, and Nell Gwynn, starring Arterton, which won her the Olivier Award for best new comedy in 2016.

Guy Heeley of Shoebox Films, whose credits include Locke, is producing. Principal photography is scheduled for late summer this year.

Embankment Films is launching international sales on the project and is co-representing the US with Gersh.

Embankment’s Tim Haslam said: “Jessica and Gemma are such a potent creative duo. Jess’s writing is stunning, evocative and highly emotional, and Gemma’s charisma, quick wit and intelligence connect her performances with audiences of all ages.”

Gemma Arterton added: “Jessica gave me a wonderful gift in the character of Nell Gwynn, and she’s done it again with Alice in Summerland. Jessica is an exciting new voice in film and I’m very privileged to be able to work with her as a director. She has impeccable instincts, a clear vision and inspires confidence in everyone around her.”

Producer Guy Heeley said: “Jessica really is a fresh, stand-out voice, and is currently one of the UK’s most in-demand talents. It’s a great pleasure to team her up with Gemma again. They have an intuitive creative understanding that is sure to deliver something special on the screen – a British film to charm and inspire worldwide cinema-goers.” (source)