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  Stef   March 22, 2011

Few knew her name when she was cast as James Bond’s latest female foil in the 2008 film “Quantum of Solace”, but the role of Strawberry Fields was about to launch Gemma Arterton’s career in to the stratosphere.

A graduate of RADA and a regular with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Gemma had only just made her first big screen appearance in “St. Trinian’s” when she was beckoned by director Marc Forster for a screen test. The rest, as they say, is history. After bedding Bond and coming to a sticky end, Gemma’s character won the hearts of fans as a throw-back to the classic style of Ian Fleming’s heroines.

In an interview published by MI6 Confidential magazine, Gemma explained how she wanted to bring a bit of edge to her character. “We wanted to make her really retro and a bit of a throwback. It’s typically Fleming and a little bit tongue in cheek,” she said. “She wore a typical raincoat and yet in one scene she didn’t have anything on underneath. We tried to make her straight laced but with a real naughty edge to her.”
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  Stef   March 05, 2011

The gallery has been updated with DVD screencaptures, including extras, of Gemma’s performance in Tamara Drewe. Please note that the images do contain spoilers if you haven’t had a chance to see the film yet. Enjoy the new additions!

DVD Screencaptures
DVD Screencaptures – Reconstructing Tamara Drewe
DVD Screencaptures – The Making of Tamara Drewe
DVD Screencaptures – Theatrical Trailer

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  Stef   January 20, 2011
  Stef   December 15, 2010

Warner Bros. Pictures has set a March 30, 2012 release date for Clash of the Titans 2 (AKA “Wrath of the Titans“). The other film scheduled for that date is DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods, voiced by Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener and Emma Stone.

Jonathan Liebesman will direct the sequel to Clash of the Titans, which earned $493.2 million worldwide and carried a budget of about $125 million.

Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson are expected to return for the sequel that will be shot in 3D.

Liebesman directed Battle: Los Angeles, which opens in theaters on March 11.


  Stef   December 14, 2010

Big thanks to Lorna, Mia, Karolina and Elmira!

  Stef   December 09, 2010

– Events: “The Master Builder” – Opening Night After Party (x6 new)
– Events: Pam Glew Art Exhibition (x49 new)
– Scans: The Children’s Monologue (2010) – Programme (Thanks to Lorna!)
– Scans: Premiere (France) – December 2010/January 2011 (Thanks to Ludovic!)
Tamara Drewe (2010) –> Related Clippings: Empire (Russia) – November 2010 (Thanks to Elmira!)
Tamara Drewe (2010) –> Related Clippings: Primissima (Italy) Nr. 12 – December 2010 (Thanks to Elmira!)
Tamara Drewe (2010) –> Posters & Covers (x2 new Thanks to Elmira!)

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  Stef   December 08, 2010

The film Tamara Drewe will open Sydney Moonlight Cinema for a preview screening on Thursday December 9.

It is based on Posy Simmonds’ much loved novel of the same name.

Gemma Arterton starred in the title role that is is a witty, modern look at life in the English countryside, with pompous writers, rich weekenders, bourgeois bohemians and the odd cow and chicken thrown in for good measure.

When Tamara (Arterton) returns to her childhood home of Ewedown in Dorset to sell her late mother’s house, the ugly duckling the villagers remember has transformed into a devasting beauty.

This triggers a collision of infatuations, jealousies and love affairs among the inhabitants of the neighbouring farmsteads.

Ford Fiesta Moonlight Cinema is at Centennial Park, Belvedere Amphitheatre with entry via Woollahra gate off Oxford Street.

For more information visit www.moonlight.com.au.