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  M.   May 27, 2009

U.K. hit comedy sets U.S. video and TV terms
By Tatiana Siegel

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group has acquired U.S. video and TV rights to the U.K. hit comedy “St. Trinian’s” from independent theatrical distributor and foreign sales agent NeoClassics Films.

NeoClassics, which acquired U.S. rights to “St. Trinian’s” from Ealing Studios, will distribute the film theatrically in the U.S. this summer.

The remake of the 1950s Ealing classic “The Belles of St. Trinian’s” grossed more than $25 million in its U.K. theatrical run. Read More

  M.   May 23, 2009

Lost in Austen and Tess of the D’Urbervilles are up for Best Drama and Gemma for Best Actress at the TV Choice and TV Quick Awards 2009 – go vote here! ;)
(It’s a quick poll, you can skip categories if you don’t want to vote in them.)

  M.   May 19, 2009

Screen goddess Gemma Arterton shows off her classical good looks — on a break from filming Greek epic Clash Of The Titans.

The ex-Bond girl, 23, looked heavenly as she stripped down to a skimpy bikini. She was lounging by a hotel pool in the Canary Islands on a day off from the movie — a remake of the 1981 classic.

An onlooker said: “Gemma’s bikini didn’t seem to be giving her a lot of support.”

Luckily, she managed to avoid a Greek tragedy.

Source: The Sun

– Candids: May 18, 2009

  M.   May 17, 2009

RISING star Gemma Arterton is reported to have landed one of cinema’s greatest romantic roles, writes LESLEY-ANN JONES.

She is said to have been cast as Cathy Earnshaw in a big screen remake of Emily Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights, a part made famous in the 1939 version by screen siren Merle Oberon.

Gemma, 23, whose screen credits have ranged from special agent Strawberry Fields in the latest James Bond film Quantum of Solace to head girl Kelly in St Trinian’s, taking in that other tragic heroine Tess of the D’Urbervilles for television along the way, is said to have beaten Sienna Miller for the part. Read More

  M.   May 16, 2009

Once the cameras start rolling, we’ll know that Wuthering Heights won’t wobble again.

Recent Bond girl — and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art-trained actress — Gemma Arterton will star with Gossip Girl hunk Ed Westwick in the story of the complicated love between Cathy and Heathcliff.

Director Peter Webber hopes to begin filming Emily Bronte’s tale by the autumn. Read More

  M.   May 14, 2009

Arterton, Westwick join Ecosse project

Gemma Arterton and Ed Westwick will play Cathy and Heathcliff in Ecosse Films’ adaptation of Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights.”

Peter Webber will direct the pic after original helmer John Maybury ankled.

Project has also seen a number of cast changes. Natalie Portman was originally tapped to play the role of Cathy. Scheduling conflicts saw her exit the project before being replaced by Abbie Cornish. Arterton will now play the iconic romantic role after producers opted to go younger with the pic.

Ecosse Films’ Robert Bernstein and Douglas Rae will produce the film with HanWay Films handling the international sales.

Source: Variety

  M.   May 14, 2009

WestEnd Films has taken on international rights to The Disappearance of Alice Creed which stars Gemma Arterton alongside Martin Compston and Eddie Marsan.

J Blakeson who wrote the screenplay made his directorial debut on the film which is in post-production. Adrian Sturges is the producer.

The plot centres around the kidnap of a millionaire’s daughter. Alice Creed’s two kidnappers discover that she isn’t going to accept her situation without a fight.

Production outfit CinemaNX, which is backed by the Isle of Man Government, is financing the project.

Source: ScreenDaily.com