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  M.   April 16, 2010

Gemma Arterton will be giving the Cannes Film Festival on the Cote d’Azur some heat when she sashays up the festival’s fabled red steps.

The British actress stars with Luke Evans, Dominic Cooper, Tamsin Greig and Roger Allam in Stephen Frears’s picture Tamara Drewe, which will have a special, out-of-competition screening in Cannes next month.

The movie’s based on the Posy Simmonds graphic comic strip.

Gemma opens in another film – the cracking kidnap thriller The Disappearance Of Alice Creed – on April 30.


  M.   April 13, 2010

Pirate Radio not only hones in on this music and the forbidden nature it once had on millions of impressionable teens in the 60s but the formidable craziness it ensued on people emerging the first semblance of pop culture into our global society. Set in 1966, it tells the story of a fictitious pirate radio station broadcasting to the United Kingdom from a ship moored in the North Sea known as Radio Rock. station, which employs some of the fiercest on-air talent around, under the guidance of Captain Quentin (Bill Nighy).

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  M.   April 10, 2010

The West End run of Broadway import Douglas Carter Beane’s The Little Dog Laughed will end, as scheduled, April 10.

The Little Dog Laughed is presented in a new production directed by Jamie Lloyd at the Garrick Theatre. The play was originally produced at Off-Broadway’s Second Stage Theatre in 2006 before transferring to Broadway’s Cort Theatre, where Julie White won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play for creating the role of Diane. That role is played here by U.K comedy actress Tamsin Greig, joined by rising young film actor Rupert Friend, Harry Lloyd and Gemma Arterton. It opened at the Garrick Theatre Jan. 20, following previews from Jan. 8, and ends its limited run as scheduled April 10.

To book tickets for remaining performances of The Little Dog Laughed, contact the box office at 0844 579 1974 or visit www.nimaxtheatres.com.

  M.   March 31, 2010

The hellomagazine.com team wants to let us know that Gemma Arterton is currently in the running to be crowned “Most Elegant” woman of the week! If you feel she deserves this title, ensure her victory by voting at the following address: http://www.hellomagazine.com/vote/mostelegantwoman/index.html. Voting will close early next week so be sure to tune back in then for the results.

  M.   March 29, 2010

Monster-slaying movie Clash Of The Titans is set to have its world premiere, with stars including Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton taking to the red carpet.

The 3D epic sees Worthington take on the role of Perseus, the son of Zeus.

The 33-year-old Australian actor, who starred in Avatar and Terminator Salvation, trained six hours a day for two months to get in shape. Read More

  M.   March 16, 2010

IMDb updated Gemma Arterton’s filmography with a new project dating from 2009: a short film called Perfect, directed by Christopher “Chris” Obi. Gemma plays Poppy.

Synopsis: The innocent destruction of a Perfect soul. Adam is poor, physically disabled, lives with an embittered father (Jacques), a sickly companion (Tora) and a relentless bickering couple (Fergus and Ike). Adam saves Lost Souls. Liberty is affluent, beautiful, lives with her handsome husband-to-be (Paul), surrounded by chic friends (Poppy, Pascal and Misty) and is courted by the press. Liberty’s Soul needs saving. A sometimes fantastical love story set in Notting Hill, Perfect tells the story of what happens when Adam and Liberty’s path cross in a hospital and how consequentially their worlds impact on each other.

  M.   March 15, 2010

The organizers of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival have announced the genre films playing in the Cinemania (formerly Midnight) section of the annual event, which takes place this year April 21-May 2.


The Spotlight films include the U.S. premiere of The Disappearance of Alice Creed, written and directed by The Descent: Part 2 co-scripter J. Blakeson, about a kidnapping in which the victim (Gemma Arterton) has some nasty surprises in store for her captors. Passes for the Tribeca Film Festival are on sale now, and individual tickets will be available April 13; for more info, check out the fest’s official website.