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  M.   July 30, 2014

GALLERY LINK:
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > Gemma Bovery (2014) > Production Stills

  M.   July 10, 2014


Fabrice Luchini : "Gemma Bovery ? Ce film est… por Europe1fr

Here’s a little preview of a great moment of radio recorded a couple of days ago at the Europe 1 Studios. It happened during a meeting with selected audience members regarding the premiere of Gemma Bovery in theaters on September 10th. You’ll find the entire recording with director Anne Fontaine and Fabrice Luchini after the summer.

  M.   July 01, 2014

Ex-Bond Girl Gemma Arterton’s latest film role in Gemma Bovery requires her to speak fluent French.

And having mastered the language of love, she is now in a relationship with French film director Franklin Ohanessian.

The pair made their public debut at Wimbledon on Saturday after a lunch hosted by Jacob’s Creek wine.

A besotted Gemma, 28, who is separated from her husband Italian fashion consultant Stefano Catelli, conversed with her beau in his native tongue.

‘Franklin doesn’t like or really want to be in the limelight, but yes, we are together,’ she told me. ‘We met when I was filming The Voices and hit it off. We speak in French and I regularly commute to Paris to be with him.’

Ohanessian is an assistant director of Gemma Bovery. Who says you can’t mix business with pleasure?

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  M.   June 27, 2014


September can’t come soon enough!

GALLERY LINK:
– Photo Gallery > Movies & Television > Gemma Bovery (2014) > Production Stills

  M.   June 20, 2014

By Kristy Puchko

One of the weirder delights of 2013 was Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, a zany horror-comedy that imagined what might have become of the lost children after they killed that candy house-owning witch. Though Paramount Pictures buried the film in January and made critics screenings hard to come by, the wild re-imagining of the German fairy tale became a box office success worthy of another adventure.

JoBlo reports Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters 2 is officially a go, and marked for a 2016 debut. That is all Paramount is revealing at this time. Still, it’s news that will be heralded among those–like myself–who found this purposely preposterous movie pretty awesome.

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters marked the English-language debut of Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola, who made a name for himself with Dead Snow. This twisted horror comedy that featured Nazi zombies (or zombie Nazis?) drew the attention of Gary Sanchez Production’s Kevin Messick, who showed the film to Adam McKay. From there, McKay met with Wirkola to see if they might collaborate on his next production. Wirkola pitched Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, and McKay and his producing partner Will Ferrell were instant fans.

Still, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters had a rocky road to its release. Production began in March of 2011, with a release date initially set up for March 2, 2012. But Paramount later bumped it to January 11th of 2013, then January 25th. And with each bump, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters’ buzz was hurt. By the time it finally hit theaters, its failure with critics and audiences seemed a self-fulfilling prophecy. But while the film was slammed by most critics–a response McKay has called “lazy” and predictable–it did well with audiences. The $50 million picture made a modest $55 mil domestically, but overseas this hard-R fairy tale pulled in $170 million.

As a defender and fan of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, I was thrilled to talk with Adam McKay for its Blu-ray release. At which point, he told me a little of what fans might expect from its then-promised sequel:

“Well, I’m not going to tell you specifically. I know what the storyline is but I will say—I’ll give one hint. Think of different kinds of witchcraft.”

Beyond that, I inquired about whether the film’s stars, Gemma Arterton and Jeremy Renner, are signed on for a sequel. McKay answered:

“I don’t think deals, and dates and schedules have been done. In fact, I’m positive that hasn’t been done. But there have been early discussions, and both of them loved working with Tommy. So, you know, Jeremy and Gemma are both very busy actors and we’re just starting on the script right now. So, everything is in its early stages. But I know they had the best time doing the movie and really loved the way it played worldwide. Everyone feels like as good as the first one is, we can really jack it up a level with the second one. So, fingers crossed everyone will come back.”

If Arterton and Renner are coming back for Hansel & Gretel 2: Witch Hunters, Paramount has chosen to withhold that announcement for now. We’d assume Tommy Wirkola would return, as the first film was described as a major passion project. But for now, that too is unconfirmed.

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  Nicole   June 19, 2014

On Monday, June 16th, Gemma attended the Limoland by Jean Pigozzi Launch in London. Few photos from the event have been added to the gallery. Also loads of new pics from the Made In Dagenham Photocall have been added as well! Enjoy :)


GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events > Limoland by Jean Pigozzi Launch
– Public Events > Made In Dagenham – Photocall

  Nicole   June 19, 2014

Gemma Arterton is set to star alongside Idris Elba in ONE SQUARE MILE. Elba is also producing the drama that follows a series of misplaced characters from a wide range of backgrounds as their lives cross paths. It’s a little light on plot details, but we know it’s set in London and revolves around love, action and gangsters. (source)