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  M.   February 17, 2010

Armani has lent its sartorial edge to the West End, dressing the cast of The Little Dog Laughed starring Tamsin Greig, Gemma Arterton, Harry Lloyd and Rupert Friend at the Garrick Theatre. The play, written by Douglas Carter Beane, is as sharp as the attire and brilliantly funny.

Keira Knightley’s other half Rupert Friend leads the cast playing a homosexual actor reluctant to admit his sexuality to the world. Tamsin Greig, as his agent, has perfect comic timing, whilst Gemma Arterton – playing Friend’s wife – proves that her acting credentials go far beyond “former Bond girl”.

The costumes by Armani come from the brand’s Emporio Armani collection and are a mixture of archive pieces from previous seasons.

Source: Vogue.co.uk

  Mata   February 03, 2010

Warner Bros Pictures and Legendary Pictures announced last night [February 2] that the studio will release Clash Of The Titans worldwide in 3D on April 2.

The studio has moved back the release date from March 26 and will simultaneously release the action adventure remake in 2D. Sam Worthington stars as the Greek hero Perseus, alongside Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton and Mads Mikkelsen.

Warner Bros announced that later this year it would also release Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 in 3D, as well as Zack Snyder’s Guardians Of Ga’Hoole, and Cats & Dogs: The Revenge Of Kitty Galore.

“We are confident in the constantly evolving 3D technology, and the results for Clash Of The Titans will be presented onscreen with the highest quality images available today,” Warner Bros’ president of domestic distribution Dan Fellman said.

“Based on our track record, we know that audiences are embracing the RealD and IMAX experiences, and we see many opportunities on our film slate to provide moviegoers with these great options at the multiplex.”

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  M.   January 27, 2010

WIN a trip to London including theatre tickets, a meal for two AND a night’s stay at Hilton hotel!

Would you like a little treat on this Tuesday afternoon? Course you would!

Thanks to Grazia’s theatre land friends, you can get your hands on two tickets for Broadway’s hilarious new comedy, The Little Dog Laughed. Showing at the Garrick Theatre, the play revolves around the superficial world of show business and the game playing of the movie industry. Sound’s good, right? But wait till you hear this; the show stars Brit talent Gemma Arterton as well as the chiseled features of Rupert Friend.

And that’s not all! They’re also offering you travel to London and one night’s accommodation including breakfast at the Trafalgar Hilton Hotel, plus a meal for two at J Sheekey’s Oyster Bar (www.j-sheekey.co.uk). Now, aren’t they good to you?

To be in with a chance of winning this corker of a prize, just answer the question here.

  M.   January 22, 2010

By Sophie Eager Jan 22, 2010, 12:20 GMT

Actress Gemma Arterton says she has fallen for life on the West End stage after starring in blockbuster hits.

Arterton, 24, has already appeared in big-screen hits such as St Trinian’s, Bond film Quantum of Solace opposite Daniel Craig and Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time.

She recently made her stage debut in the play The Little Dog Laughed at the Garrick Theatre where she stars with Tamsin Greig, Harry Lloyd and Keira Knightley’s boyfriend Rupert Friend.

She told UK newspaper the Daily Express: ‘I really love coming back to the stage.

‘It is a much more rounded experience to working in films, which can be quite airy fairy, although working with Jake Gyllenhaal was great. He is lovely.’

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  M.   January 21, 2010

Fish Tank director Andrea Arnold has taken over the reins of the new film adaptation of Wuthering Heights.

Director Peter Webber left the project back in December, meaning cast Gemma Arterton and Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick officially had nobody to yell at them from behind the camera.

Arnold, who won an Oscar back in 2005 for her short film Wasp, will be adding her version of Heights to the numerous others, including the Laurence Olivier classic from 1939, and Ralph Fiennes’ stab back in 1992. Read More

  M.   January 20, 2010

Gemma Arterton stars alongside Tamsin Greig, Rupert Friend and Harry Lloyd in the West End’s hilarious comedy, The Little Dog Laughed, about the superficial world of show business and the game playing of the movie industry.

GMTV are giving away a trip to see Gemma in The Little Dog Laughed to one lucky person. This amazing prize includes two tickets to the show plus one night’s accommodation including breakfast and dinner at the luxury Trafalgar Hilton.

Rising film star, Mitchell Green, is every girl’s fantasy and soon to become a household name, thanks to his devilish agent Diane. With Mitchell on the brink of superstardom, Diane encounters one teensy-weensy obstacle – she can’t seem to keep her leading man in the closet.

With Mitchell’s new ‘friend’ Alex on the scene, and Alex’s beautiful girlfriend Ellen (yes he has a girlfriend!) causing a drama of her own, what lengths will Mitchell go to play the part? And will there be a Hollywood ending when the final credits role?

Garrick Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H OHH

For your chance to win this prize, simply answer the question here.

  M.   January 14, 2010

Keira Knightley will not play Eliza Doolittle in the new movie version of My Fair Lady.

The Oscar-nominated actress, currently energising the London theatre scene with her stage debut in The Misanthrope at the Comedy Theatre, has withdrawn herself from consideration for the role created by Audrey Hepburn in the landmark film based on the Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe musical.

Over a period of two years, the 24-year-old star met producers Cameron Mackintosh and Duncan Kenworthy to discuss the possibility of playing the Covent Garden flower girl who becomes a Maycould fair lady after she meets Professor Henry Higgins. Read More