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  Nicole   September 02, 2016

The first Neutrogena AD for Hydro Boots Water Gel with the new UK ambassador Gemma Arterton is here! You can watch the video below:

  Nicole   September 01, 2016

Yesterday evening (August 31), the opening ceremony of the 73rd International Venice Film Festival took place always at the Lido, together with the La La Land premiere. For the evening, Gemma wore a black Stella McCartney fitted floor length dress with a layered lace bra and a short train detail. (Fashionista)

She looked really elegant and beautiful. Several photos from the premiere have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check and enjoy them! And remember to follow the site on twitter as well @GArtertonOnline


  Nicole   September 01, 2016

Yesterday afternoon (August 31) the Jury photocall for the 73rd International Venice Film Festival took place at the Lido, in Venice (Italy). As usual, Gemma looked really really gorgeous in a white Ralph & Russo sleeveless mini dress with an braided turtleneck. Keeping the styling simple, she finished up with nude sandals, a black watch and a complimentary up-do. (Fashionista)

Several (more loads) of photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them! And remember to follow the site on twitter as well @GArtertonOnline


GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events > 73rd Venice Film Festival – Jury Photocall
  Nicole   September 01, 2016

Back on Tuesday, August 30, Gemma arrived in Venice (Italy) for the 73rd Venice International Film Festival – for which she’s part of the Jury. On the night of her arrival, she attended the Variety opening party. She looked beautiful in a Sonia Rykiel patchwork maxi dress.

– Wearing a leather belt high on her waist, the actress broke up the colours and flow of the dress by cinching it in to accentuate her slender waistline.

She teamed the dress with a pair of houndstooth peep-toe stilettos, which further defined her figure.

Accessorising her look with a black satin clutch, the actress kept her look relatively uncluttered; only choosign to wear a handful of rings and some earrings. (source) –

GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events > 73rd Venice Film Festival – Variety Opening Party
  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   July 27, 2016

Gemma’s new movie Orpheline is going to be show for the first time world wide at the Toronto Film Festival 2016 in a couple of months! The first still and the official synopsis have been released and you can see/read them below:

Orphan (Orpheline) Arnaud des Pallières, France World Premiere
Four moments in the lives of four female characters. Sandra’s youth as she moves to Paris and has a brush with disaster. Karine’s teenage years, an endless succession of runaways, men and mishaps, because anything is better than her desolate family home. The childhood of a little girl called Kiki, captured as a game of hide and seek turns to tragedy. And finally the grown-up life of Renée, a woman who thought she was safe from her own past. Gradually, we come to understand that these four characters are actually different sides of the same woman. Starring Adèle Haenel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton and Sergi López. (source)

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > Orpheline (2016) > Production Stills
  Emily   July 26, 2016

The lineup for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival has been announced! Gemma’s movie with Sam Claflin, Their Finest and “Orphan will have a gala screening! The festival runs September 8 – 18.

Their Finest Lone Scherfig, United Kingdom World Premiere
Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig’s period comedy-drama follows a group of filmmakers struggling to make an inspirational film to boost morale — and inspire America to join the war — during the London Blitz in World War II. A witty, romantic and moving portrayal of a young woman finding her way, and her voice, in the mayhem of war…and movies. Starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston, Helen McCrory, Eddie Marsan, Jake Lacy, Rachel Stirling, and Richard E. Grant.

Orphan Arnaud des Pallières, World Premiere
Four moments in the lives of four female characters. Sandra’s youth as she moves to Paris and has a brush with disaster. Karine’s teenage years, an endless succession of runaways, men and mishaps, because anything is better than her desolate family home. The childhood of a little girl called Kiki, captured as a game of hide and seek turns to tragedy. And finally the grown-up life of Renée, a woman who thought she was safe from her own past. Gradually, we come to understand that these four characters are actually different sides of the same woman. Starring Adèle Haenel, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton and Sergi López.