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Welcome to Gemma Arterton Online, your best and oldest source for the english rose Gemma Arterton. We strive to provide you with news, photos, in-depth information, media, fun stuff and much more on our favorite British star! Gemma is most known for her roles in: St. Trinian's, Quantum of Solace, Prince of Persia, Clash of the Titans and Gemma Bovery. Her upcoming films are Their Finest Hour and a Half and The Girl with All the Gifts. She will soon star in a new play Saint Joan, based on the life of Joan of Arc. If you have any questions, concerns or comments, then do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We hope you enjoy the site and come back often!
M.   /   February 04, 2008   /   2 Comments

Introducing… Gemma Arterton, the New Bond Girl
Gemma Arterton might be beautiful, talented and one of Britain’s brightest acting hopes but I don’t think she’s got what it takes to make it as a diva. She’s just too normal. ‘I still have student debts to pay off,’ says the 22-year-old, who recently beat 1,500 nubile hopefuls to become the newest Bond Girl. ‘I think I’ve used most of my earnings buying bits and bobs from Primark.’

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M.   /   February 04, 2008   /   0 Comments

With hundreds of millions of dollars at stake, you can see why the studios and producers behind the James Bond films want to keep plot and cast details under wraps for as long as possible.

Some cast members are finding levels of secrecy befitting a super spy somewhat scary, however.

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M.   /   February 02, 2008   /   2 Comments

I’ve scanned another British magazine from last year featuring the fabulous girls of St Trinian’s. There were no interviews, but an article about girl power, rebellion, and never seen before cast photos.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazines: The Sunday Times Magazine (UK) – November 25, 2007

M.   /   February 01, 2008   /   0 Comments

I’ve made scans of another lesser seen spread featuring Gemma and her St Trinian’s co-stars. Not only does Cine World Unlimited call St Trinian’s their Film of the Month and put it on their cover, but rising star Gemma was the only girl that they interviewed.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazines: Cine World Unlimited (UK) – December 2007/January 2008

M.   /   February 01, 2008   /   0 Comments

She led a school revolution in the recent St. Trinian’s film and will soon be dicing with death in the new Bond movie, but actor Gemma Arterton faced her toughest assignment yet on Monday when she was grilled by pupils at a Hampstead school.

The 23-year-old star, who beat 1,500 other contenders to the ­coveted Bond girl role, was quizzed by the enquiring minds of year 5 and 6 youngsters at Christchurch Primary School.

Thanks to close ties between parents of pupils at the school and the movie industry, the children are taking on the mantle of Hollywood producers. Over the course of the term, they will learn how to use ­camcorders, edit their shots and will work with costume designers from The Golden Compass before premiering the short films they have made at The Everyman Cinema ­later in the year.

Source: Camden New Journal

Riikka   /   February 01, 2008   /   0 Comments

I’ve added DVD captures and video clips of Gemma’s short appearance in Capturing Mary. She does a great job on her very first movie role as Liza. I know the DVD is rather hard to come by to non-UK fans so be sure not to miss out on these!



GALLERY LINKS:

Capturing Mary: DVD Screencaptures
Capturing Mary: DVD Screencaptures – Photo Gallery

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Capturing Mary: Movie Clips

M.   /   January 30, 2008   /   1 Comment

New Bond girl spills the beans on Quantum of Solace.
by Chris Tilly, IGN UK

UK, January 29, 2008 – Gemma Arterton has only been acting for six months, but the 22-year-old has already won plum parts in Brit flicks St. Trinian’s, 3 and Out and Guy Ritchie’s forthcoming RocknRolla. If that wasn’t enough, she’s also playing a Secret Service agent in new Bond film Quantum of Solace, and IGN interviewed her on set last week to discuss landing one of cinema’s most sought after roles.

You’ve been a Bond girl for a little while now — is it still exciting or is the novelty starting to wear off a bit?

Gemma Arterton: No, every day there’s something exciting that happens, like I just got asked to present at the BAFTAs, which I can’t do because I’m filming this, but little things like that. I’ve only just left drama school and have been working professionally for six months, so all of this is out of this world. It doesn’t feel real still. That’s why I wasn’t too nervous on the first day because I just felt like it was a game. The size of it hasn’t hit me yet, but I’m sure that it will.

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