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Riikka   /   January 28, 2008   /   1 Comment

They come from very different backgrounds. One is the daughter of a Gravesend welder while the other was brought up by a single mum in a bleak, impoverished Ukrainian backwater.

But Gemma Arterton and Olga Kurylenko have both been plucked from obscurity for roles in the new Bond film, Quantum of Solace.

Just nine months ago, Gemma, who is 22 this week, was working in a Covent Garden beauty shop.

“We had a Bond themed night a year ago and I had dress as a Bond girl and sell make-up,” says the actress who plays MI6 operative Agent Fields. “And now here I am, a real Bond girl!

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Riikka   /   January 27, 2008   /   0 Comments

I’ve made scans of a lesser seen spread featuring Gemma and her St Trinian’s co-stars. I believe this one of Gemma’s very first covers and she looks stunning – the photo of her alone is definitely one of my personal favorites.

– Magazines: ES (UK) – December 14, 2007

M.   /   January 26, 2008   /   1 Comment

New Bond girl Gemma Arterton has revealed her boyfriend is “wary” about her landing the coveted part in Quantum Of Solace.

Gemma, who has been cast alongside Ukranian Olga Kurylenko in the latest Bond installation, said: “He’s wary of it. Who wouldn’t be? But I love him very much and I am not interested in anyone else.

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M.   /   January 26, 2008   /   0 Comments

E! News aired a short clip from the Quantum of Solace press conference and photocall yesterday and introcuded the new Bond girls Gemma Arterton and Olga Kurylenko.

– Talk Shows & Interviews: TV News Segments – E! News (January 24, 2008)

– News Segments: E! News – January 24, 2008

Riikka   /   January 25, 2008   /   0 Comments

Gemma Arterton, 21, is only six months out of drama school and is now playing Agent Fields, an MI6 field agent at the Bolivian consulate. She is possibly the youngest spy to ever appear in a Bond movie. “She doesn’t do anything too advanced, it’s not like she’s killing people,” she reveals. In response to the main question, she says: “Yes I do kiss Daniel Craig. The kiss has happened and yes [pause] it was quite incredible. It was all a bit of a daze. I felt such a giggly girl because he’s such a man.”

Arterton, who plays head girl Kelly in the current St Trinian’s movie, has been warned by another Bond girl to open her post with a letter-opener now that she has kissed Craig. “You get hate mail, apparently,” she confided.

Source: The Guardian (click for full story)

Riikka   /   January 25, 2008   /   0 Comments

Wow! We’re getting spoiled with great Bond related goodies. Check out the first still of Gemma Arterton as Agent Fields in Quantum of Solace, courtesy of Empire Online. It just surfaced online. Here’s what they had to say about Gemma’s look:

Gemma Arterton’s Agent Fields has the rather pure, buttoned up look that Rosamund Pike had in Die Another Day, and we all know what happened to her. So maybe we can expect prim facade (or at least the wig-looking ‘do) to fall away and reveal something darker. We already know she has love scenes with Bond.

Read on for the full official Quantum of Solace synopsis!

Quantum of Solace: Production Stills

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M.   /   January 25, 2008   /   1 Comment

Empire has just learned some important plot details for Bond 22, during the Sony launch of the new Bond film, Quantum of Solace.

We have learned that the plot centres on an attempted coup in a South American country. Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), who works behind the cover of an organisation called Green Planet, wants to control one of the world’s most important natural resources and to aid in this he makes a deal with an exiled South American general to get him back into power.

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