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  Mata   November 10, 2009

Gemma Arterton, who plays Prince of Persia’s Princess Tamina, is certainly one of Britain’s up and coming actresses, having played a small but memorable role as Agent Strawberry Fields in the last James Bond movie Quantum of Solace. In the year since that movie came out (and we did the following interview), she’s been super busy to the point where she followed “Prince of Persia” with the equally large-scale epic Clash of the Titans will be coming out just two months before this movie, which she filmed six months earlier.

During this set visit, ComingSoon.net had a chance to sit down with Gemma on Day One, well before the rest of the cast and before we had a good idea what the movie was about. Read More

  Mata   November 06, 2009

Another trailer has been released, with new scenes and dialogue – watch it here on YouTube!! :mrgreen: Screencaps about to follow. :D
Bit of trivia: The score at the start is from the King Arthur (2004) soundtrack, another Jerry Bruckheimer production.

UPDATE: Screencaps from the trailer and three new stills I’ve snagged from the official site! :D

Prince of Persia (2010): International Trailer Captures
Prince of Persia (2010): Production Stills

  Mata   November 01, 2009

Even more pics from the “Alice Creed” London screening, and caps from the LFF Video Diaries. :D

– Events: The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival: “The Disappearance Of Alice Creed” – Screening
– Online Interviews: BFI “Alice Creed” Premiere – The LFF Video Diaries

  Mata   October 27, 2009

A couple more pics from the London ‘Alice Creed’ premiere, and two stills from 2007’s St. Trinian’s. :D

– Events: The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival: “The Disappearance Of Alice Creed” – Screening
– St. Trinian’s (2007): Production Stills

  Mata   October 25, 2009

More gorgeous pics from the premiere, plus some of her leaving the Ivy later on. :D

– Events: The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival: “The Disappearance Of Alice Creed” – Screening
– Candids: October 24, 2009

  Mata   September 23, 2009

Age: 23

Years on Lists: 2008, 2009

What She’s Done: She reportedly beat out 1,499 other candidates to score the role of ill-fated 007 temptress Strawberry Fields in ‘Quantum of Solace.’

What’s Next: Two mega-roles: She’ll get lo — that’s her character’s name — opposite Sam Worthington in March 2010’s ‘Clash of the Titans,’ and play princess to Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Prince of Persia’ two months later. Also, yet another ‘Wuthering Heights.’

Industry Buzz: “Arterton is movie star class in the Audrey Hepburn mold. She’s smart and sweet and was the only memorable thing in ‘Quantum of Solace.’ She still does plenty of UK theater, is a model for Avon and has ‘Clash of the Titans’ next year — quite an accomplishment for a 23-year-old.” — Jordan Hoffman,

Thanks to Andie for the heads up! :D

  Mata   September 23, 2009

Which has a few bits about Gemma. ;)

Early on comes a very disturbing scene in which you’ve just kidnapped Gemma Arterton, and you’re required to bind her to a bed and remove her clothing while she puts up an incredibly convincing fight. How did you go about approaching a sensitive scene like that, requiring so much trust between relative strangers?

MARSAN: It was horrible. She’s very brave, very stoic and very trusting. It was just an awful thing to do. But there was an air of respect on the set. Everybody was very sensitive. What it did was, it made everybody trust each other for the rest of the film, because we shot that first, we got it out of the way. Everything else, there was an air of cooperation and mutual respect, and a great deal from sensitivity from everyone.

COMPSTON: Gemma was a star. She never once complained, or said it was too much. Already it’s an incredibly uncomfortable thing for us to have to do to someone you barely know; it would have been ever more so if she was uncomfortable. But she just went on with it. Read More