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Archive for the ‘A Turtle’s Tale’ Category
  M.   March 18, 2011

British actors Dominic Cooper and Gemma Arterton talk about their new animated movie ‘A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures‘ and whether or not they believe there is one person (or turtle!) out there for everyone.

  M.   March 17, 2011

Gemma Arterton – star of Quantum of Solace, Prince of Persia, Clash of the Titans and Tamara Drewe – has been speaking to FILMCLUB, the nationwide education charity, about her role in the new animated feature film A Turtles Tale.

FILMCLUB sent two lucky Young Ambassador’s, Erin and Elliot, to chat to the Hollywood star about the new film, what it was like to play an animated character, what inspired her to get involved in the project, and what research did she do on sea turtles to help her get into character.

A Turtle’s Tale is a 3D animation that charts the adventures of Sammy the sea turtle as he swims the ocean in search of his lost love.

After hatching on a Californian beach, Sammy heads for the sea where he finds and loses the love of his life, Shelly.

Setting out on an epic journey, the tenacious turtle must battle hungry piranhas, escape a fearsome fish eagle and find a secret passage if he is to be reunited with Shelly.

A Turtle’s Tale is released in UK cinemas on 25 March 2011.

  M.   March 15, 2011

Gemma Arterton has confessed she and her husband love cosying up in front of cartoons.

The former Bond girl voices turtle Shelly in new 3D animation A Turtle’s Tale, and revealed she chose the role because she enjoys watching animations with husband Stefano Catelli, and wanted to be in a film she can show to her children.

Gemma, 25, said: “I’ve always wanted to do an animation, because me and my husband watch animations all the time. So I wanted to do something that I knew I would just love and you can show to your kids.”

And the Clash of The Titans star admitted she was surprised by how quickly she was able to lend her voice to turtle Shelly, in the underwater adventure which has an underlying environmental message.

Gemma said: “You can do it very, very quickly. I managed to do this in a day which is just incredible really. Usually you make a movie and it takes two months or something, so it was brilliant and I’d love to another one. I just had so much fun doing this one.”

Dominic Cooper, who played Gemma’s lover in Tamara Drewe, voices the part of Sammy the sea turtle.

Gemma revealed: “Unfortunately you never get to see the other actors, which is a shame.

“Although I did feel like he was there in the room with me because he’d already recorded his character, and because we’d just worked with each other I could imagine it was him there.

“And even when I watch the movie, it just is Dominic really so it was nice to work with him again, even in that indirect way.”

:: A Turtles Tale: Sammy’s Adventure in 3D is released on March 25

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  M.   February 07, 2011

A spectacular 3D animation following the wonderful adventures of Sammy the sea turtle (Dominic Cooper) as he searches the ocean for his one true love.

Sammy scrambles to the sea shortly after hatching on a beach in California and quickly finds and loses the love of his life, the beautiful Shelly (Gemma Arterton).

During the epic journey which all turtles accomplish before returning to the beach where they were born, Sammy dodges every possible danger; he battles with piranhas, escapes a fish eagle and searches for a mysterious secret passage, in the hope of meeting Shelly again.

Starring: Dominic Cooper, Gemma Arterton, John Hurt, Kayvan Novak, Robert Sheehan

A Turtle’s Tale is released 25th March.

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