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  Nicole   March 13, 2015

Gemma attended a special screening of ‘The Voices’ at Hackney Picturehouse (in London) yesterday (March 12) followed by a Q&A. Photos from the event have been added to the gallery, enjoy!

GALLERY LINK:
– Public Events > The Voices Special Screening and Q&A [+11]

  Nicole   March 13, 2015

FILM NEWS.co.uk – Gemma Arterton feels like a better actress now she’s “flexed her muscles” on the stage.

The 29-year-old actress has been appearing in a production of Made in Dagenham in London, UK, about women who went on strike in the 60s because they wanted equal pay.

Gemma has also appeared in big budget flicks like James Bond movie Quantum of Solace and thinks her skills are only getting better as she diversifies.

“I think that doing theatre does [make you a better actress] because you’re constantly flexing those muscles in front of a live audience every night and you have to adapt and you have to be on the ball all the time. I definitely think doing theatre makes you a better actor, but there are loads of actors who never do theatre… and they’re not good,” she joked on BBC Radio 1.

Her time on stage will be coming to a close before long and then Gemma will go back to shooting films. Although she’s a film pro it’s still a daunting process as she’s now so used to working at a completely different pace.

“I’ve been doing theatre for so long now and I’m doing a film pretty much straight afterwards and it’s going to be so weird for me. Obviously you’re filming all day and sometimes two scenes a day whereas I’m used to doing a whole part in two hours. It’s different,” she explained.

Having starred in the Bond franchise and other major movies like Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Gemma is now going in a new direction. That involves parts in indie films with smaller budgets, and she is proud to have made that transition.

“I have to say at the moment I’m feeling what I’m doing now which is more like interesting roles in smaller things. Even though doing those big old things, they’re fun for the experience, but I’m enjoying what I’m doing now, it’s much more gratifying,” she said. (source)

Photos of Gemma arriving and leaving the BBC Radio1 Studios and a few taken during the show have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Talk and Radio Shows > 2015 03 12: BBC Radio1 Breakfast Show
– Photo Gallery > Photoshoots > BBC Radio1 Breakfast Show (2015)

  Nicole   March 11, 2015

Updated the gallery replacing some of the Stylist Magazine (2013) outtakes with HQs and added a new one, enjoy!

GALLERY LINK:
– Photoshoots > Stylist (2013)

  Nicole   March 09, 2015

MIRROR.CO.UK – Actress Gemma Arterton and singers Paloma Faith and Annie Lennox urged women to vote as they joined two of the Pankhurst Suffragette family and the Mirror’s #NoVoteNoVoice bus on the Walk In Her Shoes march.

Annie Lennox told thousands of women at London’s Tower Bridge: “You’re potential change-makers. You have so many more rights than so many women.”

She was joined by Radio One’s Gemma Cairney, broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, politicians from across the political divide and human rights campaigners, who came together as “21st Century Suffragettes” to mark International Women’s Day.

Speaking to the Mirror, Paloma Faith said that women “fought long and hard for us to have a voice”.

She added: “Being here with the descendants of suffragettes and hearing what their families fought for – it sounds a bit cheap to say I didn’t vote because nobody really appeals to me.”

Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney said she understood why young people fel so disengaged from politics. “But I want to say: use your vote, use your voice. Don’t let others speak for you.”

The march was led by Helen Pankhurst – great-granddaughter of Emmeline and granddaughter of Sylvia – and her daughter Laura, 19.

Walk In her Shoes wants people to pledge 10,000 steps a day for a week to show support for women around the world who regularly trudge miles for water.

(source)

GALLERY LINK:
– Public Events > CARE International: Walk in Her Shoes

  Nicole   March 05, 2015

Stars including Debbie Harry, Gemma Arterton and Simon Pegg are putting the T into charity by signing up to help Comic Relief.

They posed for pictures in a range of special t-shirts designed by some of fashion’s biggest names including Anya Hindmarch, Karl Lagerfeld and Matthew Williamson. The t-shirts – and a onesie designed by Henry Holland – will go on sale at TK Maxx stores with a share of the proceeds going to Comic Relief. (source)

  M.   March 05, 2015


GALLERY LINKS:
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > The Voices (2014) > Related Clippings > Glamour (France) – April 2015
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > The Voices (2014) > Related Clippings > Cinema Teaser (France) – March 2015
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > The Voices (2014) > Related Clippings > Premiere (France) – March 2015
– Photo Gallery > Photoshoots > Stylist (2013)

  M.   March 01, 2015


I’ve just added Blu-ray screencaptures of Gemma Arterton in The Voices. Don’t forget to visit our filmography page to learn more about the movie itself and Ms Arterton’s role in it: Fiona, the office hottie who likes conga lines and karaoke, but ends up as a severed head.

GALLERY LINK:
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > The Voices (2014) > Blu-ray Captures