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  M.   January 14, 2011

Joan Collins believes ‘Tamara Drewe‘ actress Gemma Arterton would be the perfect person to star as Alexis Carrington in a ‘Dynasty‘ movie.

Joan Collins wants Gemma Arterton and Chris Pine to star in a film version of ‘Dynasty‘.

The British legend – who starred as catty character Alexis Carrington in the original TV series in the 1980s – is unlikely to make a return as plans are to set the film in the 1960s, but hopes ‘Tamara Drewe‘ star Gemma would take on the role.

She said: “Gemma has all the qualities that Alexis needs. She’s sexy. She looks clever and she’s kind of vixenous.” Read More

  M.   January 14, 2011

Here is a short list of actresses up for consideration by Christopher Nolan for major female roles in The Dark Knight Rises.

THR is reporting that Keira Knightley, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Biel are set to test for roles in the next two weeks. Relative newcomers Kate Mara and Charlotte Riley are also testing for a role. Gemma Arterton was also scheduled to test, but she has now been cast as the lead in Paramount’s Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters and might now have scheduling issues. Read More

  M.   January 12, 2011

Gemma Arterton sure looks good in denim!

The British Clash of the Titans star has been named the face of G-Star’s spring/summer 2011 global advertising campaign — and UsMagazine.com has your first look at Arterton’s sexy shots.

“I’ve always loved the G-Star campaigns and am really, really thrilled to work with the brand,” the actress tells Us in a statement. “The brand is ultra-modern, cool and quite unusual. It’s very different to any jean brand. It’s very edgy, raw and fresh.”

Shot by photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn, Arterton says she loved the rock ‘n’ roll vibe of the shoot.

“If I wasn’t an actress I’d probably be an opera singer or a rock star,” she tells Us. “I’ve always said I’m a rock star trapped inside an actress’s body.”

So what made the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time actress decide to partner up with the iconic clothing brand?

“G-Star came to me and approached me about working with them. I’ve always loved the brand’s edgy and raw character and the unique, strong campaigns that Anton shot,” Arterton explains. “G-Star women are portrayed as self-confident and strong but always feminine and elegant. This matches how I am and how I like to be perceived and made me very positive about working with them.”

The former Bond girl — who said wed Italian fashion manager Stefano Catelli last June — tells Us that modeling the brand’s latest fashions has been a dream come true.

“Besides the fact I like G-Star’s raw, refreshing and edgy style, for me it’s essential that what G-Star values — being authentic, self-confident and independent — are things I value myself very much as well,” she explains. “I would never collaborate with a brand that has no match with my own personality or I don’t get excited about.”

  M.   January 11, 2011

Gemma Arterton has said that her BAFTA ‘Rising Star’ nod shows that she is being taken seriously as an actress.

The Tamara Drewe star is competing for the gong with other nominees Andrew Garfield, Tom Hardy, Aaron Johnson and Emma Stone.

Arterton told Metro: “It’s just nice to been taken seriously… [and] not seen as just a sex symbol.

“This award is great because it’s not about one particular role, it’s about a body of work. I am proud that is being recognised.”

She added: “I am really excited. I am quite amazed actually. I can’t really believe it. I’m an old timer.

“I suppose for the rising star award you need a little bit of work behind you for them to celebrate – so people of note will know you. Last year I had four movies out but I have been around for three years.”


You can vote for Gemma Arterton at http://bafta.orange.co.uk/rising-star-award/gemma-arterton/

  M.   January 10, 2011

The Orange Wednesday Rising Star Award is the only BAFTA to be nominated by the British public, and previous winners include Kristen Stewart, Shia LaBeouf, Eva Green, James McAvoy and Noel Clarke.

You can vote for Gemma Arterton at http://bafta.orange.co.uk/rising-star-award/gemma-arterton/

  M.   January 10, 2011

Actress Gemma Arterton has said she is ‘thrilled’ to be one of the five actors shortlisted for this year’s BAFTA Rising Star Award.

The 24-year-old is up against Tom Hardy, Aaron Johnson, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield.

According to British newspaper the London Evening Standard, the Tamara Drewe star said: ‘I am absolutely thrilled and honoured to be one of the shortlisted actors for the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award. 2010 was an incredible year for me and to be recognised in this way by both my peers and the film-going public is amazing.

‘I’m in very good company with the other actors who have been nominated, so it is a huge compliment to be considered to win this prestigious award.’

The winner of the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award is set to be announced at the BAFTAs on February 13.


  M.   January 10, 2011

LONDON — BAFTA unveiled its nominees for the Rising Star award Monday, with Gemma Arterton, Tom Hardy, Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson and Emma Stone all up for the accolade.

Former Bond girl Arterton, who starred in Stephen Frears’ “Tamara Drewe” last year, also made the longlist of BAFTA noms in the best actress category, announced on Friday. Thesp also has featured in studio fare such as Warner Bros.’ “Clash of the Titans” and Disney’s “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.” She is set to star in Michael Winterbottom’s big screen adaptation of Martin Amis’ novel “London Fields.”

Hardy, who featured in Christopher Nolan’s film “Inception,” which generated $823.6 million at the worldwide B.O., is shooting Working Title production “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” an adaptation of John Le Carre’s 1974 spy thriller tome.

Garfield, who received a Golden Globe nom for his perf in David Fincher’s “The Social Network,” was also seen last year in the Fox Searchlight pic “Never Let Me Go,” produced by Brit shingle DNA Films. Thesp recently landed the role of Peter Parker in the next Spiderman pic, skedded for a 2012 release through Sony.

Johnson ninja-kicked his way to the big screen this year with his perf in comicbook pic “Kick-Ass.” He also starred as the young John Lennon in Sam Taylor-Wood’s “Nowhere Boy,” and is in production on Irish drama “Albert Nobbs,” starring alongside “Alice in Wonderland” thesp Mia Wasikowska and Irish thesps Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Brendan Gleeson.

U.S.-born Stone, the only non-Brit up for the award, featured in last year’s “Easy A,” “Marmaduke” and “Movie 43.” She will also join Garfield in the newest edition of “Spiderman,” playing the role of Gwen Stacy.

Winner will be announced at the BAFTA awards on Feb. 13.